Exclusive Timepieces 21 –⁠ 22 October 2023 | Monaco

Auction Details

The timepieces that we are offering at this auction are coming from all over the world and from some of the most prominent collections.
An incredibly impressive selection of truly rare Rolex Daytonas. A stunning and rare Cartier watch. A Patek Philippe in platinum from the 1920s, coming to auction for the first time, the John Goldberger Calatrava, which is one of the most sought-after reference 530s, to name but a few.

Session I: Saturday 21 October, 2:30 PM – lots 1 to 108
Session II: Sunday 22 October, 10:30 AM – lots 109 to 172
Session III: Sunday 22 October, 2:30 PM – lots 173 to 281

269 Rolex Very Well Preserved and Rare, Datejust, Automatic Wristwatch in Steel, Made for the “100 Club”, With Papers and Booklets, Reference 16 014

Estimate: € 4,000 –⁠ 8,000

Sold € 11,050

Model: Datejust
Reference: 16 014
Case Material: Stainless Steel
Bracelet Material: Stainless Steel
Year: 1983
Movement: Automatic
Caliber: 3035
Case N°: 8 158 684
Dimensions: 36 mm
Signed: Dial, Movement and Case
Accessories: Warranty and Booklets

Since the launch of the Rolex Datejust in 1945, the date only model is one of the brand’s most recognizable winning card. The epitome of a classic wristwatch, the Datejust model boasts a wide array of innovative dial variations. Among the various iterations, preserved in excellent overall condition, the present reference 16 014 is a rare example of a steel watch. The dial of this timepiece is special: often ordered upon request by organizations, it presents a silvered background and a logo at six o’clock: the 100 Club Logo. The 100 Club is a 32,000-member non-profit organization that began in 1953, which provides financial support to the dependents of law enforcement officers and firefighters who are killed or seriously injured in the line of duty in 32 counties surrounding Houston. This exceptional watch is definitely the uptime goal for a collector considering the scarcity of specimens made and the fact that these watches were never available to the public