Rare Timepieces from A. Lange & Sohne, Patek Philippe & Rolex Highlight Antiquorum’s April Auction

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Antiquorum Auctioneers, the world’s premier watch auctioneer, is pleased to present its’ April 15th auction of “Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces” to be held at Antiquorum’s new US headquarters located at 805 Third Avenue in New York City. Collectors can look forward to bidding on 272 outstanding timepieces. Amongst the highlights are a Richard Lange Pour Le Merite tourbillon and a Patek Philippe Ref. 5102 “Celestial” as well as a number of highly collectible Rolex timepieces. Prior to the auction, the collection will be on view at Antiquorum’s offices in New York.

Antiquorum experts are proud to offer the A. Lange and Sohne Ref. 7604 Richard Lange Pour Le Merite Tourbillon in pink gold.  Made in 2013, this is an extremely fine and rare wristwatch with visible one-minute tourbillon, off-center hour dial, large central minute dial. It is further accompanied by a fitted box, instruction booklet and warranty.

Estimate: $150,000 $250,000

Another outstanding highlight of the sale is the Patek Philippe Ref. 5102 “Celestial.” Produced in 2006, it is a rare and unusual astronomic 18K white gold wristwatch with mean time indication, nocturnal sky chart of the Northern Hemisphere, moon phases and moon orbit, time of the meridian passage of Sirius and moon. It is offered with the original fitted wooden box, Certificate of Origin, guarantee and a leather folder with complete technical and instruction information.

Estimate: $150,000 -$250,000

Also from Patek Philippe is the Patek Philippe Ref. 5270 Perpetual Calendar Chronograph in white gold. Made in 2012, it is a rare and large 18K white gold wristwatch with perpetual calendar, moon phases, square-button chronograph and register. Accompanying the timepiece is  the original wooden box, Certificate of Origin, instructions, booklets, setting pin and a solid 18K white gold caseback.

Estimate: $120,000 -$180.000
Fake Rolex Watches collectors will want to bid on the highly sought-after Rolex Ref. 6239 Paul Newman with black dial. Produced in 1969, it is a very rare stainless steel wristwatch featuring a round button chronograph, registers, tachometer and a stainless steel Ref. 7205 Oyster riveted bracelet.

Estimate: $90,000 -$150,000
Antiquorum is also very pleased to present two exceptional examples of the Rolex Milgauss in the April sale. The Milgauss model was introduced in 1954 and primarily created for people working on scientific experiments in power stations who required their watches remain accurate while working in a highly magnetic environment. The watch’s distinctive name comes from the French word ‘Mille’ meaning one thousand and ‘Gauss’ which is a measurement of magnetic induction.

The first example presented is the Rolex Ref. 6541 Honeycomb Tropical Milgauss offered at auction for the first time from the family of the original owner.  Made in 1958, it is an extremely rare anti-magnetic, center-seconds stainless steel wristwatch with honeycomb dial and a stainless steel Oyster expansion bracelet accompanied by a box.

Estimate: $70,000 – $ 100,000

The other outstanding Milgauss presented in the auction is the Rolex Ref. 1019 Milgauss Special Air Service (SAS). Made in 1979, it is a fine and rare, anti-magnetic, center-seconds stainless steel chronometer wristwatch with a stainless steel Oyster bracelet Ref. 78360. The watch is accompanied by 2 hang tags and service papers dated 29/01/96 from Replica Rolex UK.

Estimate: $30,000 -$40,000

Patek Philippe enthusiasts will be competing for the Patek Philippe Ref. 5139 Perpetual Calendar in white gold offered in the auction. Sold in 2013, it is a very fine and rare 18K white gold wristwatch with perpetual calendar, 24 hour and leap year indication and moon phases. It is presented with the original wooden winding box, world power conversion charger plugs, Certificate of Origin, setting pin, solid 18K white gold case and booklets.

Estimate: $45,000- $65,000
For the pocket watch collector, Antiquorum is pleased to offer the Portratit of Abd-Ul-Mejid Sultan of the Ottoman Empire Pocket Watch in yellow gold.  Made for the Turkish market circa 1850, it is a very fine and rare 18K yellow gold and painted on enamel hunting cased pocket watch.  The back cover of the watch is decorated with an engraved and black enamel view of the Hagia Sophia mosque in Constantinople.

Estimate: $7,000- $10,000

Finally, Antiquorum experts are pleased to offer an exceptional selection of modern tourbillons including the following timepieces.

Jaeger LeCoultre Ref. 146.8.345 Master Tourbillon in Steel. Sold in 2009, this is a rare two time zone, stainless steel wristwatch with visible one minute tourbillon regulator, independently adjustable hour hand for a second time zone, 24-hour indication, and patented semi-instantaneous special date function. Accompanied by the original fitted box, Certificate, hang tag, instruction booklet and service papers dated November 25th, 2014.

Estimate: $25,000 -$35,000
Breguet Ref. 5317 Tourbillon in Yellow Gold.  Sold in 2011, it is a rare, large, skeletonized wristwatch with visible one-minute tourbillon regulator, 5-day power reserve. Presented with the original Breguet fitted box, Certificate of Origin, guarantee and instruction manual.

Estimate: $40,000-$60,000

Girard-Perregaux Tourbillon with Three Gold Bridges in Pink Gold.  Made circa 2007, it is a fine, rare and important, 18K pink gold  wristwatch with one-minute tourbillon regulator under three 18K gold bridges. Accompanied by the original fitted box and two books.

Estimate: $50,000 – $70,000

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