One of the rarest Patek Philippes in history set for auction

Phillips auction house has announced another vintage watch auction, including a one-off Patek, unique Rolexes and rare Breguets.

Seven, The Geneva Watch Auction hosted by Phillips in Association with Bacs & Russo, will see around 200 watches go under the hammer.

Highlighted pieces include the Patek Philippe Reference 2499/100 with a champagne dial (pictured above), the only perpetual Patek of its kind to have a champagne dial. The piece is estimated to go for between 800,000 CHF and 1,600,000 CHF.

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Next up are two Rolexes from the 50s, the 6062 Stainless Steel and 6062 Yellow Gold. The two pieces are thought to be the only full calendar pieces from Rolex to also boast a moonphase function. The steel edition is suspected to go for between 700,000 CHF and 1,400,000 CHF. The gold however is estimated at between 400,000 CHF and 800,000 CHF.

Finally, the auction house teases at a collection of Breguets collected from numerous devout collectors.

Seven will take place during the weekend of May 12th and 13th at the Hôtel la Réserve in Geneva, Switzerland.

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