the Patek Philippe Ref. 5004 in platinum. It is an important water-resistant wristwatch made in 1998 with split-seconds chronograph, registers, perpetual calendar, moon phases, leap year and 24 hour indication. Further accompanying the watch is the original fitted wooden box, Certificate of Origin, instructions, additional solid case back and setting pin. Estimated price USD200,000 - USD300,000
Patek Philippe Ref. 5016 in yellow gold. Made in 2001, this is an extremely rare and important, astronomic, minute-repeating, 18K yellow gold wristwatch with one-minute tourbillon regulator, retrograde perpetual calendar, moon phases and a custom grey dial never before seen on a Ref. 5016. Estimate USD450,000 - USD650,000.
The Patek Phillipe Ref. 3974 in yellow gold. This fine timepiece, produced in 1992, is a fine, astronomic, minute repeating, self-winding 18K yellow gold wristwatch with perpetual calendar, leap year indication and moon phases. It is accompanied by the original Patek mahogany fitted box, spare solid 18K yellow case back, Certificate of Origin and setting pin. Estimate USD250,000-USD450,000.
The Jaeger Le-Coultre collector will want to bid on the Ref. 149.6.07.S Gyrotourbillon 1, made in a limited edition of 75 pieces in platinum. The exceptional and highly complicated 8 day going wristwatch, sold in 2008, features a visible Jaeger-LeCoultre caliber 177 with inclined lightweight two-cage multi-axis spherical tourbillon, two barrels with sapphire covers, equation of time, perpetual calendar with retrograde month indication, leap-year indication, patented instant date display by means of two retrograde hands and power reserve indication. It is accompanied by the original fitted box, guarantee and 2 books. Estimate USD250,000-USD350,000.
Rock n Roll fans will be competing for Elvis's Omega Black Dial Constellation Calendar. This fine and rare watch, produced circa 1960, is a self-winding, center-seconds, water-resistant, stainless steel and pink gold-capped chronometer wristwatch with black dial. It is accompanied by a letter of attestation from Elvis's longtime friend, Charlie Hodge. Estimate USD10,000-20,000.