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
51 Rolex Very Rare and Well Preserved, Datejust, Automatic Wristwatch in Steel, UAE Logo Dial, With Papers and Booklets, Reference 16 014
Estimate: € 4,000 – 8,000
Sold € 11,050
Reference: 16 014
Case Material: Stainless Steel
Bracelet Material: Stainless Steel
Case N°: 6 228 669
Dimensions: 36 mm
Signed: Dial, Movement and Case
Accessories: Warranty and Booklets
For decades, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust has been the archetype classic dress wristwatch. The present example of Rolex Datejust is a reference 16 014. Its tonneau-shaped water-resistant case in stainless steel is a delight with its fluted white-gold bezel, screw down crown and back, and has been nicely preserved. The beautiful dial has centered seconds and applied baton numerals and has aged heavenly gaining a cream color. Powered by the automatic caliber 3035, this is a really cool example of the everyday watch. The dial comes with a special logo: the “UAE Armed Forces” Hawk as a special order for governments or prominent royals. Rolex watches have long been favored by sheiks, army officials and the ruling party in the Middle East.