• APRIL - 2022

    Our first online auction comprises of five hand-selected pieces that we wanted to offer you through this new format. You can expect to see this once a month, from now on. Ensure you have registered before placing a bid and best of luck from everyone at A Collected Man.

    We will be donating an amount equivalent to the total selling price of the highest-performing watch to the Red Cross Ukraine Crisis Appeal.

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Auction Watches

Daniel Roth

Tourbillon C187 | Yellow Gold

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Cartier

CPCP Tank à Guichets, Rose Gold

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Jaeger-LeCoultre

Reverso “London Edition”, Steel

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A. Lange & Söhne

Lange 1 “Blue Series”, 191.028

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Roger Dubuis

Hommage Chronograph H40 560

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A. Lange & Söhne

Lange 1 “Blue Series” | 191.028 | White Gold

One of the most recognisable pieces in modern watchmaking, this Lange 1 bears a distinctive twist thanks to its blue dial. The watch is part of the Blue Series, which was a limited release in 2017, and is a compelling take on the classic design.

Auction Ended 13/04/2022
Sold For £59,000
Auction Ended

Roger Dubuis

Hommage Chronograph H40 560 | Rose Gold

With its striking ultramarine dial and combination of a classic, traditional complication with a distinctly contemporary style, this Roger Dubuis Hommage Chronograph is a testament to the watchmaker’s skill and aesthetic sensibilities. The watch is in virtually "new old stock" condition, having only ever been worn a handful of times by the original owner.

Auction Ended 13/04/2022
Sold For £42,000
Auction Ended

Jaeger-LeCoultre

"01/26" Reverso London Edition | Steel

Numbered "01/26", this London Edition Jaeger-LeCoultre Grande Reverso could be considered one of the most desirable Reversos of the modern era. It is distinguished by the “racing green” dial and British symbols engraved on the reversible caseback, making this a truly British piece.

Auction Ended 13/04/2022
Sold For £33,000
Auction Ended

Cartier

CPCP Tank à Guichets | Rose Gold

Part of the Collection Privée Cartier Paris, this Cartier Tank à Guichets is an intriguing piece that features a closed-off dial with a digital display and jumping hours. Rendered in rose gold, it is part of a limited series of 100 pieces. Of Cartier’s most notable, iconic models, the Tank à Guichets in one of the the rarest in its execution. Some of the other iconic models - such as the Cintrée, Crash, or Cloche - have been reissued in modern times, whilst the Tank à Guichets remains remarkably scarce.

Auction Ended 13/04/2022
Sold For £77,000
Auction Ended

Daniel Roth

Tourbillon C187 | Yellow Gold

Often considered a rite of passage for independent watchmakers looking to prove themselves, this tourbillon certainly showcases Roth's horological ability and aesthetic refinement. Trained at Audemars Piguet and having played a significant role the resuscitation of Breguet, Roth offered a creative take on traditional, Breguet-inspired styling, of which this piece is an enduring testament.

Auction Ended 13/04/2022
Sold For £71,000
Auction Ended

To bid in our auctions, you will first need to sign-in to your A Collected Man account. After you have completed a simple ID verification process, you will then be able to place your bids.

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Whether you are an experienced collector or a first-time seller, our team of in-house experts are available to support and advise you at every stage. While our strong online presence will ensure that your pieces will reach a wide audience of modern collectors, helping secure far greater returns.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register to bid online?

To bid in our auctions, you will first need to sign-in to your A Collected Man account. After you have completed a simple ID verification process, you will then be able to place your bids.

If you have previously bid in our Charity Auction, you will need to register again to participate in these auctions. However, once you are registered, you will be able to bid in all future auctions without re-registering.

How do I place bids?

First, ensure that you are signed into your account and have completed the registration process. To place a bid, visit the individual page for the watch you intend to bid on, then use the plus (+) button next to the bid total to increase your bid, then click on the “bid now” button. You will receive an email confirmation to confirm that you have the highest bid, as well as an email notification if you are subsequently outbid.

What is the difference between a bid an an automatic bid?

A regular bid will instantly place a bid for your chosen amount, regardless of what the current bid is. For example, if bidding is at £10,000, you could instantly place a bid for £25,000. Meanwhile, by setting up an automatic bid, our system will automatically place new bids on your behalf each time you are outbid. All you need to do is enter the maximum price you are willing to bid for an item. Our system will then keep on bidding for you, by the smallest possible increase each time, until your maximum price is reached.

Can I cancel or reduce my bid if I change my mind?

No. All bids placed in our auctions are final and cannot be removed or reduced once placed.

When does the bidding close?

A countdown clock is displayed on both the main auction page and bidding page. Individual lot pages will have their own countdown clocks, indicating the specific closing time for that lot.

If a bid is placed on a lot within the final two minutes of the closing time, two minutes will be added to the original closing time for that lot. Please note that the extension of closing time for one lot does not affect the closing time of the other lots.

What happens if I win the item I’m bidding on?

If you have won the lot you were bidding on, you will receive an email confirmation immediately following the end of the auction. Our Accounts department will send you an invoice, in addition to payment and shipping instructions.

What happens if I am outbid?

If you are outbid during the auction, you will receive an email notification. If you are on the product page, you will receive an alert.