The sale will include a never before publicly seen Rolex Submariner which is expected to go for in excess of $500,000.
18ct gold perpetual calendar Patek Philippe reference 2499 with moon phase hailing from Caracas, Venezuela, is signed by the retailer Serpico Y Laino, Caracas, that sold it in the early 1950s.
The auction will be led by Bonhams’ international director of watches, Asia, Tim Bourne and director of watches in Asia, Sharon Chan.
Top of the lots is a piece called The Asprey by Patek Philippe with a pre-sale estimate of $2-4 million.
Thierry Stern insists that the exhibition has a future, while also reflecting on Patek's own booming global trade that vindicates its retail model
Patek Philippe describes the Twenty-4 Automatic as a timepiece for modern, self-confident women with taste who are decision-makers and pursue active lifestyles.
Watches from Patek Philippe, Omega and Audemars Piguet are also set to fetch some hefty sums.
The watch was last sold for a record breaking CHF 2.2m in 2006.
The top piece, a Rolex ‘Paul Newman’ Daytona, is expected to fetch up to $250,000.