• MAY - 2022

    Welcome to our second timed auction. May's selection of five watches includes an early Journe, a Roger Dubuis in an unusual case material, a couple of rare limited editions and a less commonly-seen Monopusher chronograph from Cartier's CPCP line. Good luck to all the bidders!

Auction Watches

Bulgari

Octo Finissimo Automatic

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Cartier

Tank Monopoussoir CPCP

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F.P. Journe

Chronomètre Bleu, Nr. “007”

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Roger Dubuis

Hommage Calatrava

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Urban Jürgensen

Big 8, London Limited Edition

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Cartier

Tank Monopoussoir CPCP | Ref. 2846 | Rose Gold

Part of the well-loved Collection Privée Cartier Paris, this Tank Monopoussoir is a piece with an intriguing combination of geometrical shapes. It is powered by the calibre 045MC, a creation of THA ébauche, a movement manufacture that was co-founded by F.P. Journe and played a pivotal role in the early careers of independent watchmakers Denis Flageollet and Vianney Halter.

Auction Ended 18/05/2022
Sold For £40,000
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F. P. Journe

Early Chronomètre Bleu | Nr. “007” | Tantalum

Housed in a 39mm case, this early Chronomètre Bleu is one of very few watches to be produced in the rare, dark-grey metal, tantalum. Seldom used in watchmaking due to its difficulty to work with, tantalum is highly resistant to both corrosion and wear.

Auction Ended 18/05/2022
Sold For £76,000
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Roger Dubuis

Hommage Calatrava | H37 576 | Palladium

An example of Roger Dubuis’ earliest work, this time-only reference H37 576 is a piece that makes use of an unusual material – palladium, the use of which is a testament to Dubuis’ skill and experimental nature. Further to this, the clean, classically-leaning design cements it as an exceptionally rare and early piece in Dubuis’ career, created when he was just beginning to develop his design language.

Auction Ended 18/05/2022
Sold For £21,000
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Urban Jürgensen

Big 8 | London Limited Edition Nr. 08/10 | Steel

Released in 2020 as part of a limited, 10-piece collaboration between Urban Jürgensen and A Collected Man, the proceeds from the original sale of this "London Edition" went towards research on COVID-19. We are thrilled to reoffer this piece for sale on behalf of the original owner.

Auction Ended 18/05/2022
Sold For £48,000
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Bulgari

Octo Finissimo Automatic | “Tadao Ando” Limited Edition | Titanium

This Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automatic is one of 200 pieces from the Tadao Ando Limited Edition, designed in collaboration with the renowned Japanese architect. The piece combines Bulgari’s bold geometric case design with a pared back dial featuring a spiral motif, further accentuating the watch’s minimalist, almost postmodern, feel.

Auction Ended 18/05/2022
Sold For £18,500
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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register to bid online?

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

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

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What happens if I am outbid?

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