• JUNE - 2022

    Welcome to our third auction. June’s selection includes five exceptional neo-vintage watches. We have three platinum pieces, including an incredibly rare, Monopusher Chronograph from Daniel Roth, a Star Wheel from Audemars Piguet and a limited edition, salmon-dial, Cartier Santos-Dumont. These are completed by a wonderfully detailed, yellow god Mercator from Vacheron Constantin and a very early, prototype chronograph from Franck Muller in stainless steel. Best of luck to all the bidders!

Auction Watches

Daniel Roth

Monopusher, Platinum

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Audemars Piguet

Star Wheel reference 25720PT

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Vacheron Constantin

43050 Mercator, Yellow Gold

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Franck Muller

“Prototype” Chronograph, Stainless Steel

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Cartier

Santos-Dumont, 1575, 90th Anniversary

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Daniel Roth

Monopusher | Early | Platinum

This rare Monopusher Chronograph was made by Daniel Roth in 1991, with only 16 pieces having been produced in platinum. Combining a vintage Lemania 2220 movement, wonderfully finished white gold dial and his distinctive case design, this piece stands out as one of the most significant creations of Daniel Roth.

Auction Ended 29/06/2022
Sold For £90,000
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Audemars Piguet

Star Wheel | 25720PT | Platinum

Part of the neo-vintage movement of the 1990s, this Audemars Piguet Star Wheel reinvents a 17th-century method of telling time. With its intriguing and appealing design, the revival of this concept has had a strong influence on other watchmakers since.

Auction Ended 29/06/2022
Sold For £40,000
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Vacheron Constantin

Mercator | 43050 | Yellow Gold

Inspired by the work of the pioneering cartographer Gerardus Mercator, this Vacheron Constantin Mercator 43050 integrates one of the most unusual ways of displaying time. The piece combines two retrograde hands, with the hours jumping every 60 minutes, against a map depicting Europe, Asia, and Africa.

Auction Ended 29/06/2022
Sold For £35,000
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Franck Muller

“Prototype” Chronograph | Stainless Steel

With a “PROTOTYPE” engraving on the caseback, this piece was likely one of the several prototypes which the brand developed during the early days, to test and experiment different designs. Its vintage-inspired aesthetic is a reminder of where the Franck Muller brand first started.

Auction Ended 29/06/2022
Sold For £17,500
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Cartier

Santos-Dumont | 1575 | 90th Anniversary | Platinum

Marking a significant time in the history of horology, the Cartier Santos-Dumont was one of the first pilots’ watches, with a design that has endured through the years. This limited-edition piece features a subtle salmon dial complemented by a platinum case, combining vintage and modern aesthetics.

Auction Ended 29/06/2022
Sold For £47,000
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Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a Buyer's Premium?

Our auctions do not have a buyer’s premium. The winning bid is the final price, so you can bid as much as you would like to purchase the watch for.

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 and 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.

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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.