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Phillips & Blackbird: SPORTS Hong Kong, 27 May

Sale Information Hong Kong, 27 May 2019, 6.30pm

Watch Department

Auction and Viewing Location JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong

Hong Kong Head of Watches, Asia Thomas Perazzi +852 2318 2030 thomasperazzi@phillips.com

香港JW萬豪酒店 金鐘道88號

Head of Watches, Hong Kong Jill Chen +852 2318 2033 jchen@phillips.com

Auction 27 May 2019, 6.30pm Lot 801 – 882 6.30pm Viewing 22 May 2019 10am-6pm Blackbird Concessionaires Showroom 60 Repulse Bay Road Hong Kong 23 May 2019 10am-6pm 24 May 2019 10am-6pm 25 May 2019 10am-7pm 26 May 2019 10am-6pm 27 May 2019 10am-6pm JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong Sale Designation When sending in written bids or making enquiries please refer to this sale as HK080219 or The Phillips and Blackbird Sports Absentee and Telephone Bids Tel +852 2318 2029 Fax +852 2318 2010 bidshongkong@phillips.com

Head of Sale & Specialist Zi Yong Ho +852 2318 2032 ziyongho@phillips.com Cataloguer Kenneth Chan +852 2318 2045 kennethchan@phillips.com Administrator Jacky Lam +852 2318 2031 jackylam@phillips.com Senior Business Manager Othniel Jai Prakash +852 9662 2034 othnieljp@phillips.com

Geneva Senior Consultant Aurel Bacs +41 22 317 8188 abacs@phillipsbacsrusso.com

London International Specialist James Marks +44 20 7901 7916 jmarks@phillips.com

Senior Consultant Livia Russo +41 22 317 8188 lrusso@phillipsbacsrusso.com

Administrator & Client Liaison Helena Cross +44 20 7901 2907 helena.cross@phillips.com

Executive Assistant to Senior Consultants Clara Kessi +41 22 317 8188 ckessi@phillipsbacsrusso.com

New York Head of Watches Americas, International Strategy Advisor Paul Boutros +1 212 940 1293 pboutros@phillips.com

Head of Sale & Specialist Alexandre Ghotbi +41 22 317 8189 aghotbi@phillips.com Specialist Tiffany To +41 22 317 96 63 tto@phillips.com

Senior International Specialist Doug Escribano +1 212 940 1382 describano@phillips.com Associate Specialist, Cataloguer Isabella Proia +1 212 940 1285 iproia@phillips.com

Specialist Virginie Liatard-Roessli +41 22 317 8182 vliatard@phillips.com

Business Development Manager Daniella Rosa +1 212 940 1395 drosa@phillips.com

Specialist & Head of Digital Strategy Arthur Touchot +41 22 317 96 62 atouchot@phillips.com

Consultant Geoff Hess +1 917 297 6328 ghess@phillips.com

Specialist & Business Development Associate Marcello de Marco +41 22 317 81 81 mdemarco@phillips.com

Paris International Business Development Director Pansy Ku +33 1 53 71 77 89 pku@phillips.com

Regional Director, Business Development Director Nathalie Monbaron +41 22 317 8183 nmonbaron@phillips.com Business Development Manager Diana Ortega +41 22 317 8187 dortega@phillips.com Administrator Alexia Bénard +41 22 317 9667 abenard@phillips.com Shipping & Office Coordinator Alban Aubertin +41 22 317 96 60 aaubertin@phillips.com Finance & Office Administration Francesco Campi +41 22 317 96 71 fcampi@phillips.com Watchmaker, Technical Support Nicolas Commergnat info@alliance-geneve.com

Tokyo Senior Specialist Consultant Genki Sakamoto +81 3 6273 4818 gsakamoto@phillips.com Senior Consultant Kaz Fujimoto +81 3 6273 4818 kfujimoto@phillips.com Taiwan Senior Specialist Cindy Yen +886 963 135 449 cyen@phillips.com Consultant Zachary Lu +852 2318 2034 zlu@phillips.com Advisory Board Jean-Claude Biver Henry Chan Helmut Crott Ike Honigstock Stephen Charles Li David Lou Auro Montanari Jason Singer Kenneth Wong


THOMAS PERAZZI

Head of Watches, Asia, Phillips

Ever since the first wristwatch was conceived, these timekeeping devices have always been inextricably connected to a remarkable avalanche of glorious victories, record-breaking moments, as well as the greatest achievements in sports. Wristwatches have accompanied us in numerous spacefaring missions. They have been our most intimate and reliable tools in sub-aquatic expeditions. We have also counted on them when we ascended the highest mountains and glaciers in the world. For the most significant human achievements of the century, we owe in large part to these mechanical wonders that we don around our wrists. Following the success of our Hong Kong sales over the previous four years and the first thematic sale Rolex Milestones in 2016, this Spring, Phillips in Association with Bacs & Russo is honored to jointly present with Blackbird and its founder Mr. TK Mak the second thematic evening sale in Hong Kong, featuring a carefully curated selection of exceptional sports watches. With a shared vision of offering timepieces of nonpareil quality, rarity and provenance, we endeavor to celebrate the rendezvous of collectors’ watches and athleticism through this exciting and revolutionary thematic sale. It was very enjoyable working with Mr. TK Mak and the Blackbird team deciding on our 6 categories, which can run the gamut of Wind, Air, Snow, Tarmac, Lawn, and Water — a symbolic nod to the most popular sport activities and athletic achievements in history. Our selection includes a wide array of epoch-defining timepieces, including

an extraordinary Rolex ref. 6538 "Big Crown", an awe-inspiring Patek Philippe ref. 2499/100 with crisp and vivid hallmarks, and other watches that are closely intertwined with athleticism and the history of sports. To commemorate this groundbreaking sale, every watch is accompanied with a special presentation box jointly designed by Phillips and Blackbird with the special assistance from Noble & Graff. Being the first ever watch auction curated by an Asian collector, the sale highlights the significance of Asia in the world of watch collecting. We are truly excited with the timepieces our clients have entrusted us with, especially the numerous freshto-market pieces and references which appear at auction for the first time — all of these timepieces were well researched and cared for, and are set to regale even the most discerning collector. This carefully arranged expedition into the important milestones of horology and sports would not be possible without the hard work and support from the Blackbird team, especially Mr. TK Mak and Mr. Nicholas Biebuyck, who I both deeply thank. I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to Phillips’ global team of dedicated specialists, whose enthusiasm and professionalism actualized this thematic sale. I would also like to extend my thanks to the local collector who generously helped to arrange with the shooting of the portrait. We look forward to personally welcoming the global community of watch collectors in the previews and auction.


TK MAK

Founder & Chairman, Blackbird Automotive Group

Watch collecting is often viewed as an exclusive club, where the focus is on the most granular differences in dial variations of incredibly rare and exceptionally valuable watches. But what if it was viewed from another angle? Less about a change in font formatting that is only visible with a loupe (and being able to point that out to others), and more focused on what these iconic models represent historically and how they can fit with our own personal identities? This is not to detract from the scholarly research that takes place to put together an auction such as this: studying the condition of each watch to share accurate reports to prospective buyers, tracing their provenance as far back as possible to verify the history of these pieces, and giving some perspective to what these things represent in the collectors’ community to those who are not intimately familiar with it. It must be said that sports watches provide the ideal canvas to delve into the stories behind what makes these objects so great, where they fit into a wider historical context of exploration and endeavours, allowing a wider audience to be welcomed into the world of horology. Curating an auction such as this has been a hugely enjoyable experience as it represents a chance to give context to incredible watches that are not defined by their value: from a Rolex Oysterquartz Datejust of the same configuration worn by the great mountaineer Reinhold Messner, to a Patek

Philippe reference 2499/100, this is a sale which we really hope can offer something for everyone. The evolution of the auction catalogue has been interesting to follow, from the days of simple text descriptions and no images, to low resolution black and white pictures, before the arrival of digital desktop publishing and cameras allowing for high definition photographs showing every detail. It now seems we are entering a new phase with the arrival of messaging applications on smartphones featuring excellent cameras, meaning unlimited condition images can be shared between specialists and prospective bidders prior to the sale. This means that the physical catalogue can be used to present the watch as beautifully and honestly as possible. Creating a new format for displaying the lots within this catalogue has been satisfying as a collector, allowing a visual aesthetic which I believe will meet the demands of other enthusiasts, giving the watches room to breathe, and shooting them as naturally as possible. When you hold the hard copy of this publication in your hand, you will notice the refined dimensions, modeled on the proportions of the catalogues produced in decades past, something which left an indelible mark in my mind from the early days of my journey as a collector. It should be remembered that ownership is only part of the experience, and it is our hope that this catalogue can provide a resource for enthusiasts, much as our other publications do. Welcome to Phillips & Blackbird: Sports.


THE PRESENTATION BOX

Noble & Graff What an immense honour for us to share the stage with the esteemed auction house Phillips and automobile extraordinaire Blackbird Automotive Group in this thematic auction. As an avid traveller, trunks have always been loyal companions in my life. As a passionate watch collector, I have gained insight into how a quality case is the ultimate home of our prized timepieces. The intricate art of trunk-making is nothing short of comparison to fine watch engineering. Every individual part is fashioned to precision without the need to refer defects as a ‘feature’ of being handmade. For us at Noble & Graff, only top-notch quality resonates with us. If any detail

comes up as less than quintessential, our dedicated craftsmen simply remake it until it breathes absolute impeccability. In a world of fast-paced production, our uncompromising workmanship is what makes our creations delicate art pieces in their own right. In this collaboration, our team has brought into existence specialist leather trunks to accommodate the watches in the auction. Inspired by one of our debut designs from years ago (‘The Cube’ jewellery case), these statement trunks are an exquisite symphony of Blackbird’s air of mysteriousness (matte black leather) and Phillips’ sophistication (light grey linings echoing its monochromatic colour theme). The trunk is also partly based on our much-loved watch nightstand, which can be placed on the side table and can convert your watch into an evening clock. Each of our objects of desire is entirely handcrafted from scratch by our masterly skilled crafts team, paying homage to centuries-old leather, metal and wood-making techniques. Capturing the best of this heritage, the trunks are protected by sumptuous scratch-resistant leather from the United Kingdom. Hand-painted personalisation is also available on request, as true refinement finds its roots in distinctiveness. Again we would like to express our utmost gratitude to Mr. TK of Blackbird and to Phillips for entrusting this project to the hands of Noble & Graff. Sharing the same language of dedication and aesthetics, it is one dream realised indeed.


WIND

LOT 801 - 812

801 R  OLEX REF. 16618 SUBMARINER

802 R  OLEX REF.116515 DAYTONA

803 R  OLEX REF. 116655 YACHT-MASTER

804 P  ATEK PHILIPPE REF. 3800

805 P  ATEK PHILIPPE REF.5980/1A

806 P  ATEK PHILIPPE REF.5711/1A 'TIFFANY'

807 P  ATEK PHILIPPE REF.5713/1G

808 T  UDOR OYSTERDATE CHRONOGRAPH

809 U  LYSSE NARDIN REF. 7536-2

810 R  OLEX REF. 6265 DAYTONA

811 R  OLEX REF. 6263 DAYTONA

812 R  OLEX REF. 6240 'PAUL NEWMAN'


AIR LOT 813 - 829

813 L  ONGINES WEEMS

814 B  LANCPAIN AIR COMMAND

815 B  REGUET TYPE XX

816 I WC REF. 3705

817 OMEGA REF. 145.022 TIFFANY

818 O  MEGA APOLLO XI 1969

819 O  MEGA MIR 365 DAYS

820 Z  ENITH STRATOS FLYBACK

821 PATEK PHILIPPE REF. 1415

822 P  ATEK PHILIPPE REF.5131G

823 P  ATEK PHILIPPE REF.5524G

824 R  OLEX REF. 16710 GMT-MASTER II

825 ROLEX REF. 1675 GMT-MASTER

826 R  OLEX REF. 1675 GMT-MASTER

827 R  OLEX REF. 1675 GMT-MASTER

828 R  OLEX REF. 1675 GMT-MASTER

829 R  OLEX REF. 6542 GMT-MASTER


SNOW LOT 830 - 842

830 R  OLEX REF. 1016 EXPLORER

831 R  OLEX REF. 5500 EXPLORER

832 R  OLEX REF. 1655 EXPLORER II

833 R  OLEX REF. 17000 OYSTERQUARTZ

834 R  OLEX REF. 16570 EXPLORER II

835 T  UDOR REF. 7926 ADVISOR

836 ROLEX REF. 1019 MILGAUSS

837 A  UDEMARS PIGUET ROYAL OAK

838 C  YMA REF. 295806

839 R  OLEX REF. 3525 MONOBLOCCO

840 ROLEX REF. 4500

841 R  OLEX REF. 6238 'PRE-DAYTONA'

842 ROLEX REF. 6036


TARMAC

LOT 843 - 859

843 E  BERHARD SPLIT SECONDS

844 P  ATEK PHILIPPE REF. 1463

845 U  NIVERSAL GENEVE TRI-COMPAX

846 H  EUER REF. 1133B MONACO

847 H  EUER REF. 1163 AUTAVIA 'SIFFERT'

848 T  UDOR REF. 7031/0 MONTE CARLO

849 R  ICHARD MILLE 850 R  ICHARD MILLE RM005 FELIPE MASSA RM11 FELIPE MASSA

851 R  OLEX REF. 16520 DAYTONA

852 R  OLEX REF. 16520 DAYTONA

853 ROLEX REF. 16528 DAYTONA

854 R  OLEX REF. 6264 'PAUL NEWMAN'

855 R  OLEX REF. 6262 DAYTONA

856 R  OLEX REF. 6262 DAYTONA

857 R  OLEX REF. 6241 'PAUL NEWMAN'

858 R  OLEX REF. 6241 'PAUL NEWMAN'

859 R  OLEX REF. 6234 PRE-DAYTONA


LAWN

LOT 860 - 869

860 U  NIVERSAL GENEVE POLEROUTER

861 P  ATEK PHILIPPE REF.5035R AC MILAN

862 G  IRARD-PERREGAUX OLIMPICO

863 R  OLEX REF. 6263 DAYTONA 'BIG RED'

864 P  ATEK PHILIPPE REF. 1579

865 P  ATEK PHILIPPE REF. 5959P

866 P  ATEK PHILIPPE REF. 5960A

867 P  ATEK PHILIPPE REF. 3971E

868 P  ATEK PHILIPPE REF. 5960P

869 PATEK PHILIPPE REF.2499/100


WATER

LOT 870 - 882

870 L  ONGINES REF. 7594-3 DIVER

871 J AEGER-LECOULTRE MEMOVOX POLARIS

872 O  MEGA SEAMASTER 300

873 S  EIKO REF.6159-7001

874 R  OLEX REF.116600 SEA-DWELLER

875 R  OLEX REF. 1665 SEA-DWELLER

876 R  OLEX REF. 1665 'PATENT PENDING'

877 R  OLEX REF. 5513 SUBMARINER

878 R  OLEX REF. 5514 COMEX

879 R  OLEX REF. 5513 MILSUB

880 R  OLEX REF. 5512 SUBMARINER

881 R  OLEX REF. 5508 SUBMARINER

882 R  OLEX REF. 6538 SUBMARINER


WIND

Timekeeping and the wide-open ocean.

Timekeeping has long been closely tied to the world of sailing and naval navigation. From the earliest days of marine chronometers, and the work of John Harrison to perfect his ingenious H1 in order for ships to be able to calculate longitude accurately, watches have been at sea in some capacity for centuries. The second half of the 20th century proved a golden age for horology on water; as both water resistance and timekeeping performance improved in wristwatches, the heavy wooden boxes containing spring detent escapements and chain fusĂŠes, mounted in gimbals paired with their relatively more portable deck clocks started to disappear. In their place, intrepid explorers and competitive sailors started wearing sports watches that have become legendary not just for their time at sea but in other disciplines as well. This lead to the creation of dedicated models with built-in regatta timers for events such as the America's Cup, including the Rolex Yacht-Master.

As more oceans got crossed by a single man or woman in their boat, and all the pertinent records were set, the idea of watches and sailing became more about lifestyle. The professional models from Rolex started to appear in gold, and even the extremely traditional "big three" of Audemars Piguet, Patek Philippe, and Vacheron Constantin offered steel bracelet watches with nautically inspired elements, to appeal to an emerging market demographic. Now with the waterborne watch conjuring up visions of owners sunbathing on the deck of a Benetti yacht, turning their skin, and sometimes the dials of their watches, a more tropical shade, we have seen the full transition to opulent luxury, with references offered in a variety of precious metals and full diamond setting. In this section we present a cross-section of these models, from utilitarian steel chronographs for timing the leg of a tack, to decadent gold references, more accustomed to the riviera than the high seas.


SIR FRANCIS CHICHESTER

Single-handed sailing around the world

It's almost unimaginable in this day and age to set out for a meeting without checking a mapping application on a smartphone, to work out where we are going and how long it will take. So it is hard to imagine the courage required in the 1960s, before satellite navigation existed, for someone to complete a solo circumnavigation of the Earth. The Clipper Route represents the fastest way for a sailing vessel to complete a lap of the globe through the Southern Ocean, and the associated Roaring Forties, the strong westerly winds found between latitudes of 40 and 50 degrees. Requiring safe navigation around the Cape of Good Hope and Cape Horn, it is extremely treacherous, and claimed many a ship in its heyday as trade route during the mid-20th century. On 27th August 1966, Francis Chichester, at the age of 64, set out from Plymouth aboard his 53-foot ketch Gypsy Moth IV, and following the Clipper Route, arrived in Sydney 107 days later. Following a layover in Australia, he continued on and arrived back in Plymouth on 28th May 1967, after a total of 226 days at sea, covering 28,500 miles.

Of course the journey was extremely challenging with multiple incidents along the way, not helped by the fact that his boat was not the most suitable for the task, and all the while navigation was done with a sextant and his trusty Rolex Oyster Perpetual. A pioneer of single-handed ocean racing, Chichester had established himself as a highly capable yachtsman by winning the grueling Observer Single-handed Trans-Atlantic Race during its first running in 1960, crossing from Plymouth to New York in 40 days 12 hours and 30 minutes, and coming second when it took place again in 1964. Before his time aboard boats, he was also wellknown for his aerial exploits. Having learnt to fly at Brooklands in 1929, he flew a de Havilland Gipsy Moth (that would give its name to his yacht later) to Australia and went on to become the first person to make a solo flight across the Tasman Sea. Truly one of the great adventurers, Chichester will always be remembered as one of the great pioneers of aviation and solo sailing.


801

ROLEX REF. 16618 SUBMARINER

A fine and attractive yellow gold diver’s wristwatch with date, sweep center seconds, bracelet, guarantee, hang tag and box

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1991

REFERENCE NO.

16618, case back stamped 16610

CASE NO.

X619’101

MODEL NAME

Submariner

MATERIAL

18K yellow gold

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 3135, 31 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

18K yellow gold Rolex Oyster bracelet stamped 46B, max length 200 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

18K yellow gold Rolex deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

40 mm diameter

SIGNED

Dial, case, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 180,000 - 250,000 USD 23,000 - 32,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied with original Rolex Guarantee,product literature, hang tag and fitted presentation box 勞 力士 , 「 S u b m a r i n e r 」型 號 1 6 6 1 8 ,精 細 ,1 8 K 黃 金自動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,中 心 秒 針 和日期 顯 示 ,約 1 9 9 1 年 製 。附 證 書、錶 盒 和 配 件

Beyond doubt, the Submariner is one of Rolex’s most coveted models in the history of horology. The 18K yellow gold case further adds an aura of lavishness to the very durable tool watch. Not only is the stylish proportions retained, but it is now even more opulent in a yellow gold case which contrasts perfectly with the pitch black dial. Definitely aimed to be enjoyed by the most exclusive watch lovers, the yellow gold case and bracelet add an aura of sophistication to this timepiece. The present watch is, according to our research, fresh to the market. The watch is not only meticulously preserved in like new condition, but it is also complete with Rolex guarantee, hang tags and Rolex fitted presentation box. Crafted in 18K yellow gold, very few tool watches come close to the stature, eminence and timelessness of the Rolex reference 16618, it is easy to imagine a capable day skipper on the Mediterranean sporting a gold Submariner.


802

ROLEX REF.116515 DAYTONA

A very fine pink gold chronograph wristwatch with guarantee, presentation box and hang tag

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 2018

REFERENCE NO.

116515LN

CASE NO.

78AD5110

MODEL NAME

Cosmograph Daytona

MATERIAL

18K Everose gold

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 4130, 44 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Rubber

CLASP/BUCKLE

18K Everose gold Rolex deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

40 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement

ESTIMATE HKD 100,000 - 140,000 USD 12,000 - 18,000

and clasp signed

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with International Guarantee stamped in 2018, Rolex green presentation box, product literature, hang tags and outer packaging 勞力士 , 「 C os mog r ap h

D a y t o n a 」型 號 1 1 6 5 1 5 L N ,非

常 精 美 ,1 8 K 玫 瑰 金自動 上 弦 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 ,約 2 0 1 8 年 製。附 證 書 ﹑錶 盒 及 配 件

An instant success, the Daytona Everose reference 116515LN debuted at the Baselworld 2012, and was much praised by collectors for finally offering a precious metal Daytona which could be worn under all circumstances. While the version with full bracelet is often considered rather heavy, and the alternative configuration with alligator strap can wear quickly, the innovative Rolex Oysterflex rubber strap is not only extremely comfortable, but offers all-day wearability and is very durable. In never-been-used condition, the present watch is an attractive and extremely well-preserved example of the model, featuring a pitch black dial, pink gold subsidiary dials and black Cerachrom bezel. It is furthermore offered with a full set of accessories, and still retains all of the original factory stickers to the casing.


803

ROLEX REF. 116655 YACHT-MASTER

A fine and attractive pink gold wristwatch with pavé diamond set dial, date, sweep center seconds, guarantee and presentation box

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 2018

REFERENCE NO.

116655

CASE NO.

49G5V024

MODEL NAME

Yacht-Master

MATERIAL

18K Everose gold

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 3235, 31 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Rubber

CLASP/BUCKLE

18K Everose gold Rolex Oyster deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

40 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and clasp signed

ESTIMATE HKD 200,000 - 350,000 USD 25,000 - 45,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Rolex official guarantee dated 08 September 2018 with retailer stamped by Shiy Mei Zai Watch Co, green wallet, hang tags, bezel protector, product literature, fitted outer packaging and presentation box 勞力士 , 「 Ya c h t - M a s t e r 」型 號 1 1 6 6 5 5 ,精 細 ,1 8 K 玫 瑰 金 自動 上 弦 腕 錶 ,配 滿 鑽 錶 盤 、中心 秒 針 和日期 顯 示 ,約 2 0 1 8 年製 。附 保 證 書 ﹑錶 盒 和 配 件

Cased in decadent 18K Everose gold case, the present watch is by all means a majestic iteration of the Rolex Yacht-Master series. The dial is fitted with large hour markers which remains to be extremely legible in all situations. Lavishly adorned with imposing fine diamonds atop the dial which unerringly dazzles the beholder's vision, the present Yacht-Master exemplifies the perfect union of Haute Horlogerie and Joaillerie. The striking dial is further ornamented with a bi-directional revolving matte black "Cerachrom" bezel which exudes an unmissable voguish flair. Within the case of this handsome Rolex beats an automatic calibre 3235 movement. Most notably, the watch is preserved in an unused "new-oldstock" condition, retaining the original transparent caseback stickers and bezel protector. A seamless epitome of performance and luxury, the Everose gold watch also comes with all its original accessories, including box, guarantee and outer packaging, and is an ever-so-stylish timepiece which will feed off its owner with joy and amazement.


804

PATEK PHILIPPE REF. 3800 NAUTILUS

A fine and very rare yellow gold wristwatch with date, sweep center seconds, bracelet, certificate of origin and fitted presentation box

MANUFACTURER

Patek Philippe

YEAR

1987

REFERENCE NO.

3800/1

MOVEMENT NO.

1'426'036

CASE NO.

2'832'026

MODEL NAME

Nautilus

MATERIAL

18K yellow gold

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 335 SC, 29 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

18K yellow gold Patek Philippe bracelet, max length 190 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

18K yellow gold Patek Philippe clasp

DIMENSIONS

37.5 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 200,000 - 300,000 USD 25,000 - 38,000 百達翡麗, 「 N a u t i l u s 」型 號 3 8 0 0 / 1 ,精 細 及 十 分 罕 有 ,1 8 K 黃 金 自 動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 中 心 秒 針 和 日 期 顯 示,1987年 製 。附 原 裝 證 書 ﹑錶 盒 及 後 補 證 書

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with certificate of origin dated August 27, 1987 and Patek Philippe presentation box. Further delivered with Extract from the Archives confirming production in 1987 and its subsequent sale on June 5, 1987 In production between 1981 and 2006, the reference 3800 was the mid-size edition of the legendary Patek Philippe Nautilus series. Extremely stunning and irresistibly eye-catching, this particular example is housed in a beautifully crafted yellow gold case. Contrasting beautifully with the lustrous yellow tone of the case and bracelet, this example is fitted with a black matte ribbed dial with applied yellow gold hour markers. Preserved in overall excellent condition, the hallmarks are crisp and clear and the factory finish is retained. By all means versatile and good-looking, the present watch can easily go from the outdoors to a fancy cocktail party in a single day.


805

PATEK PHILIPPE REF. 5980 NAUTILUS

A very fine and attractive stainless steel flyback chronograph wristwatch with date, bracelet, certificate of origin and fitted presentation box MANUFACTURER

Patek Philippe

YEAR

2008

REFERENCE NO.

5980/1A-001

MOVEMENT NO.

3’667’595

CASE NO.

4’442’347

MODEL NAME

Nautilus

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. CH 28520 C, 35 Jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Patek Philippe bracelet, max length 165 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Patek Philippe double deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

43.5 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement

ESTIMATE HKD 275,000 - 470,000 USD 35,000 - 60,000

and bracelet signed

百達翡麗, 「 N a u t i l u s 」型 號 5 9 8 0 / 1 A ,非 常 精 美 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 飛 返 計 時 功 能 及日曆 顯 示 ,2 0 0 8 年 製 。附 原裝 證 書 ﹑錶 盒 和 後 補 證 書

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Certificate of Origin signed by retailer Eldorado Watch Co Ltd and dated 4th August 2008, fitted presentation box, original invoice, product literature, hangtag, setting pin, extra links, leather wallet and outer packaging. Further accompanied by Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch in 2008 and its subsequent sale on 13th March, 2008 With the release of the reference 3700 in 1976, Patek Philippe created one of the greatest stainless steel luxury wristwatches. The reference 5980 released in 2006 featured a chronograph mechanism with bull’s eye subsidiary dial at Basel during the 30th anniversary of the Nautilus. Featuring the caliber 28-250 C first used on the reference 5960, Patek Philippe modified the automatic annual calendar chronograph movement for the reference 5980 to remove the day and month windows. The present watch is fresh to the market and offered in excellent overall condition, complete with accessories.


806

PATEK PHILIPPE REF. 5711 'TIFFANY'

A highly attractive and extremely rare stainless steel wristwatch with white dial, sweep center seconds, date, bracelet, certificate of origin and fitted presentation box, retailed by Tiffany & Co. MANUFACTURER

Patek Philippe

YEAR

2015

REFERENCE NO.

5711/1A

MOVEMENT NO.

5’656’717

CASE NO.

4’934’757

MODEL NAME

Nautilus

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 324SC, 29 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Patek Philippe bracelet, max length 190 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Patek Philippe deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

42.5 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and clasp signed by Patek Philippe, dial double signed by retailer Tiffany & Co.

ESTIMATE HKD 360,000 - 720,000 USD 45,000 - 90,000 百達翡麗, 「 N a u t i l u s 」型 號 5 7 1 1 / 1 A ,非 常 精 美 及 罕 有 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配白色 錶 面 ﹑日期 顯 示 和中心 秒 針 ,由 蒂芙尼銷售,2015年製。附保證書﹑錶盒和配件

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Patek Philippe Certificate of Origin stamped by Tiffany & Co and dated September 16, 2015, leather pouch, product literature, fitted presentation box and Tiffany blue outer packaging Take a look at one of the most sought-after models right now from Patek Philippe — the Nautilus. Reference 5711 was launched in 2006 to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Nautilus, and in recent years has become one of the most desirable watches in the world, with waitlists that are closed, causing prices in the secondary market to skyrocket. The present watch, double signed by Tiffany & Co., is in overall excellent condition and was conceivably never been polished in the past. It is also accompanied by all its original accessories, including the instantly recognizable Tiffany blue outer packaging and an original certificate signed by the jeweller. Fresh to the auction market, this is the 3rd white dial reference 5711 double signed by Tiffany & Co. that has appears at auction according to our records.


807

PATEK PHILIPPE REF. 5713 NAUTILUS

A very rare and elegant white gold wristwatch with diamondset bezel, date, sweep center seconds, bracelet, certificate of origin and fitted presentation box

MANUFACTURER

Patek Philippe

YEAR

2014

REFERENCE NO.

5713/1G

MOVEMENT NO.

5’820’759

CASE NO.

4’660’278

MODEL NAME

Nautilus

MATERIAL

18K white gold and diamonds

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 324 SC, 29 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

18K white gold Patek Philippe bracelet, max length 200 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

18K white gold Patek Philippe clasp

DIMENSIONS

40 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 800,000 - 1,200,000 USD 100,000 - 150,000 百達翡麗, 「 N a u t i l u s 」型 號 5 7 1 3 / 1 G ,典 雅 及 精 緻 ,1 8 K 白 金 自 動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 鑲 鑽 錶 圈 、中 心 秒 針 和 日 期 顯 示,2014年 製 。附 原 裝 證 書 和 錶 盒

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Certificate of Origin dated September 6, 2014, Patek Philippe wooden fitted presentation box, product literature, leather holder and outer packaging The present 5713/1G is an extraordinary example of the diamond-set Nautilus. As confirmed on the Certificate of Origin, the bezel is set with 48 brilliant-cut diamonds for a weight of approximately 1.50 carats. The splendid white gold case of the watch displays an aura of elegance, further underscoring the brilliance and beauty of the precious diamonds. The watch is complete with original certificate, box, and preserved in excellent condition. This model has taken the centuries-old tradition of Swiss Haute Horlogerie, and infused it with the fine design of Haute Joaillerie. Fresh to the auction market and in lovely condition, this timepiece makes a grand addition to a collection of complicated Patek Philippe wristwatches.


808

TUDOR OYSTERDATE CHRONOGRAPH

A rare and fine stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with date, bracelet, guarantee and fitted presentation box

MANUFACTURER

Tudor

YEAR

1993

REFERENCE NO.

79170, caseback stamped 79160

CASE NO.

B540’852

MODEL NAME

Oysterdate Chronograph, 'Big Block'

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 7750, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Tudor bracelet stamped 78360, endlinks stamped 589, max length

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Tudor clasp stamped R1 & 78360

DIMENSIONS

40 mm diameter

SIGNED

Dial and bracelet signed Tudor; Case signed Rolex

ESTIMATE HKD 40,000 - 62,000 USD 5,000 - 8,000 帝舵 , 「 O y s t er d at e

C h ro n o g ra ph,

Big

B l o ck 」型 號

7 9 1 7 0 ,罕 有 及 精 細 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 和日期 顯 示 ,1993年 製 。附 保 證 書 及 錶 盒

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with official Tudor punched guarantee dated 1993, caseback sticker and Tudor red fitted presentation box Launched in 1974, the "Big Block" marked an impressive milestone in the history of Tudor as the brand presented its frst chronographs equipped with an automatic mechanical movement begun. The new model incorporates an hour register and a quick-set date — features which further enhance the collectability of the watch. The "Big Block" oeuvre has three major references, which can run the gamut of: the reference 79160, which featured a fxed tachymetre bezel, the reference 79170, such as the present example, with a bi-directional hour bezel, and the 79180, which was ftted with a steel tachymeter bezel. The present watch is an excellent example of Tudor "Big Block" chronograph, further enhanced by its rarity and superb condition. This watch is believed to be a rare example of a model that only has a limited production run, and is sure to make a great addition to any collection of fne timepieces.


809

ULYSSE NARDIN REF. 7536-2

An attractive and rare stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with "tropical" dial and tachymeter scale

MANUFACTURER

Ulysse Nardin

YEAR

Circa 1969

REFERENCE NO.

7536-2

CASE NO.

7’500’907

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. N 13 B,

Established in 1846, Ulysse Nardin is a widely acclaimed Swiss watch manufacturer that received its recognition for its precision chronometers in the mid-twentieth century. In particular, aficionados around the globe look for its large vintage chronograph wristwatches, especially the reference 7536-2 such as the present example.

17 jewels BRACELET/STRAP

Rubber

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel buckle

DIMENSIONS

38 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial and movement signed

ESTIMATE HKD 160,000 - 200,000 USD 20,000 - 30,000 雅 典 ,型 號 7 5 3 6 - 2 ,精 細 及 罕 有 ,精 鋼 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 及 「Tro p ic al」棕 色 錶 盤 ,約 1 9 6 9 年 製

The case design, dial configuration with its subsidiary dials, and hour markers of this watch are reminiscent of the Rolex Cosmograph Daytona. The allure of this execution is shown in its finer details, such as its heavy sculptured lugs, white chronograph hand, applied Ulysse Nardin logo and hour markers. Absolutely flawless in all its graphics, the black background acquired an awe-inspiring milk chocolate tone, giving the wristwatch an almost climatic appearance. Already a very rare reference, hardly ever does such outstanding example grace the market, and there is no telling when another timepiece will appear in the public sphere.


810

ROLEX REF. 6265 DAYTONA 'BIG EYES'

A very attractive and rare stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with oversized "Big Eye" subsidiary dials, bracelet and original guarantee MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1973

REFERENCE NO.

6265; inner caseback stamped 6264

CASE NO.

3’821’832

MODEL NAME

Cosmograph Daytona

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 727, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet, reference 78350, max length 210mm, end links stamped no. 571

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex deployant clasp, stamped DE3

DIMENSIONS

37 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 550,000 - 1,100,000 USD 70,000 - 140,000 勞力士 , 「 C os mog r ap h D a y t o n a 」型 號 6 2 6 5 ,罕 有 ,精 鋼 鏈帶 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 和「 B i g E y e 」錶 盤 ,約 1 9 7 3 年 製 。附 原裝 保 證 書

ACCESSORIES Accompanied by Rolex guarantee punched with matching numbers, Rolex one-year factory service guarantee, product literature and holder In 1969, Rolex simultaneously launched references 6263 and 6265, replacing the first Oyster Cosmograph - reference 6240. These models were fitted with the Oyster chronograph pushers ensuring water resistance up to 50 meters and the reference 6263 also featured a bezel with black acrylic insert featuring a tachometer scale printed in white. In production for almost 20 years, references 6263 and 6265 were offered in either stainless steel or gold. Lovingly dubbed by watch collectors as "Big Eyes", the dial layout of the present lot is most likely part of a series of test dials, as the subsidiary dials are notably larger than those found on other examples. Furthermore, the Rolex Oyster Cosmograph signature is located further from the crown - a detail that is characteristic of the earlier Cosmograph examples.


811

ROLEX REF. 6263 DAYTONA 'CHAMPAGNE'

A highly attractive and very rare yellow gold chronograph wristwatch with bracelet, original guarantee, hang tag and presentation box MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1985

REFERENCE NO.

6263, inner caseback stamped C.R.S

CASE NO.

8’751’073

MODEL NAME

Cosmograph Daytona

MATERIAL

18K yellow gold

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 727, 17 jewels 18K yellow gold Rolex

BRACELET/STRAP

Oyster bracelet, endlinks stamped 71, max length 200 mm 18K yellow gold Rolex

CLASP/BUCKLE

Oyster deployant clasp stamped with Helvetia hallmarks DIMENSIONS

37 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 550,000 - 940,000 USD 70,000 - 120,000 勞力士 , 「 C os mog r ap h

D a y t o n a 」型 號 6 2 6 3 ,非 常 精 細

及 罕 有 ,1 8 K 黃 金 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 ,香 檳 色 錶 盤 ,約 1985年 製 。附 證 書 ﹑錶 盒 及 配 件

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with original punched guarantee stamped by Bucherer on Nov 5, 1988, Rolex brown presentation box, green leather wallet, microfiber cleaning cloth, calendar of 1984, product literature, hang tag, an additional alligator strap and an additional leather strap While the reference 6263 and 6265 are professional-grade timekeeping devices, the model was also offered in 18K yellow gold as a luxurious alternative. Contrasting beautifully with the lustrous yellow tone of the case, this example is fitted with a black acrylic bezel which further bestows upon the watch a glorious flair. The present chronograph from circa 1985 is rife with connotations of taste and style unlikely to be missed by watch enthusiasts, and is futhered offered in excellent overall condition, and complete with guarantee, presentation box, and a wide variety of accessories including a green leather wallet, a micro-fiber cleaning cloth, a calendar of 1984, hang tag, an additional alligator strap and an additional leather strap.


812

ROLEX REF. 6240 'PAUL NEWMAN'

An extremely rare, very well-preserved and attractive stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with black "Paul Newman" dial and screw-down pushers

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1966

REFERENCE NO.

6240, repeated on the inner caseback

CASE NO.

1’658’442

MODEL NAME

Cosmograph Daytona, 'Paul Newman'

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 722-1, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Leather

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel buckle

DIMENSIONS

37 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial and movement signed

ESTIMATE HKD 1,100,000 - 2,000,000 USD 140,000 - 250,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied with a service letter from Rolex Japan 勞力士 , 「 C os mogr ap h D a y t o n a 」型 號 6 2 4 0 ,極 度 罕 有 及 非 常 精 細,精鋼腕錶,配 計時 功 能 和 黑 色「 P aul N e wm a n 」錶 盤 ,約 1 9 6 6 年 製


In production from 1965 to approximately 1969, the reference 6240 is generally considered to be an experimental model from Rolex. This model was cased in stainless steel exclusively, and fitted with an acrylic bezel that marks the tachymeter scale. Most notably, the reference 6240 was the first from the "Cosmograph" line to be equipped with screwdown chronograph pushers, greatly improving the water resistance of the watch. Manufactured for approximately four years only, the reference 6240 eventually evolved to the well-known references 6263 and 6265. While the reference 6240 is already extremely rare and highly revered in the market, only an exceedingly small part of the reference was fitted with "Paul Newman" dials, according to various scholarships and studies. The serial number of this particular watch, 1’658’442, sits well within the range around 1.658 million which is generally accepted by the market to be correct for reference 6240 with Paul Newman dials. In addition, it is worth noting that the present watch is only 31 numbers away from the ref. 6240 Paul Newman

that was sold in The Geneva Watch Auction: SEVEN. In the world of vintage Rolex, arguably the most critical topic is the originality of a timepiece, and the present watch, fitted with a 200 graduation bezel, beautiful "Paul Newman" stepped dial and Mark 0 pushers, are all original upon inspection by our specialists. The present wristwatch is offered by the family of the original owner. It is also accompanied by a Rolex service letter from Japan, providing documentation of the originality of the watch. The condition of the watch is absolutely amazing. The well-proportioned case is preserved in overall excellent condition, and the numbers between the lugs are very crisp and clear. The step to the outer track is very vivid and pronounced; the "T Swiss T" designation is, as expected from this time: with tall center and short extremities, giving it a sort of pyramidal or "roof" look, ergo its Italian moniker "a casetta", which literally means "little house" style.


AIR

Air races and the Jet Age.

Usually the first thing that springs to mind when the worlds of aviation and horology are discussed together is the almighty two time-zone watch: the Rolex GMT-Master. And while it represents an important piece of the history of watches and aircraft, it is not the entire story. Starting with the pioneers of manned flight at the beginning of the 20th century, such as Charles Lindbergh and his creation of the Longines Weems, which was named after United States Navy officer P.V.H. Weems who had taught Lindberg celestial navigation, the 1920s and 1930s proved an exciting time for aviation. Following the Great War, aircraft became increasingly sophisticated, with the Schneider Trophy races leading to the first planes capable of exceeding 400 mph. While competitive flying would take an understandable pause during World War II, its spirit would be rekindled with the Reno Air Races that were established in 1964, using surplus pilots and aircraft from the conflict, and of course requiring extremely accurate timing equipment to determine the winner.

While all of this was taking place in the sporting arena of the air, on the commercial side, the 1950s were extremely important as the Jet Age meant that all of a sudden, people could travel huge distances in extremely short periods of time. The story of Pan Am and their use of the aforementioned GMT-Master to allow pilots to know their home time and local time at a glance is well-known now, and proved to be one of the most useful functions of a mechanical watch today: being able to tell the time in two places with a quick look at one’s wrist. Given the money that was required for these long distance flights when they first began, it was inevitable that brands such as Patek Philippe would introduce travel time and world time wristwatches, which are well bookended here by the references 1415 and 5131. The development of professional references for pilots in recent times has lead to some of the most utilitarian and hard-wearing watches available. The IWC Fleigerchronograph, Breguet Type XX, and other models that have been tested to endurance such as the Zenith Stratos Flyback prototype featured here prove that those models issued to pilots are among the ultimate sports watches.


FELIX BAUMGARTNER

Fearless Felix and his giant leap of faith.

For many people the moment on the 14th October 2012 when Felix Baumgartner jumped from a helium balloon, flew 39km to the surface of the earth (reaching Mach 1.25), and breaking multiple records, is indelibly marked in their mind. The mission was officially named Red Bull Stratos, thanks to its sponsorship by the energy drink company, and set a record at the time for the most concurrent livestreams on YouTube at 9.5 million viewers. This combination of technology to allow people to witness live the 9 minutes it took Baumgartner to descend to earth, the culmination of years of preparation, directly over the internet, wherever they were, would lay the foundations for how we would consume these sorts on monumental events in the future.

Of course the space dive was also extremely useful from a scientific research perspective, allowing those close to the project to study the effect on the human body when breaking the sound barrier, as well as contributing to the development of full pressure suits, both of which will prove useful as commercial space flights become ever closer. During the dive, Baumgartner wore two Zenith El Primero Stratos Flyback Striking 10th, one under the suit on a regular strap, and another clearly visible on the outside of the suit on a specially developed extended strap. Incredibly the watches were standard production pieces that had been thoroughly tested by Zenith, and their diligence was proven when the pieces worked perfectly after the jump.


813

LONGINES WEEMS

A fine, rare and large stainless steel pilot’s wristwatch with center seconds and enamel dial, retailed by Wittnauer

MANUFACTURER

Longines

YEAR

1940

REFERENCE NO.

4356

MOVEMENT NO.

5’939’204

CASE NO.

20’852

MODEL NAME

"Weems" Second Setting

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 37.9, 15 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Leather

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel buckle

DIMENSIONS

46.5 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial and movement signed

ESTIMATE HKD 110,000 - 150,000 USD 14,000 - 20,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch and its subsequent sale on 26 April 1940 to LonginesWittnauer Company, which was at the time their agent for the USA 浪琴, 「 W e e m s , S e c o n d S e t t i n g 」型 號 4 3 5 6 ,精 美 及 罕 有 ,精 鋼 飛 行 員 腕 錶 ,配 中 心 秒 針 和 琺 瑯 錶 盤 ,由 Wi t t nauer 銷 售 ,1940年 製 。附 後 補 證 書

During the early 1930s, Charles Lindbergh — one of the most celebrated American pilots in the history of aviation — designed the Longines Hour Angle using the Weems system which enabled aviators to calculate and determine longitude swiftly. The Weems Second Setting Watch, featuring a rotatable central dial allowing the seconds hand to be synchronized with a reference clock, and was an evolution from the Hour Angle. According to the archival information from Longines, the watch was sold on April 26, 1940 to Longines-Wittnauer, the Longines USA agent at the time, in accordance with the ‘LXW’ import code found on the movement. The oversized 47mm case is in great condition. Fully embodying all the appeal and thrill a pilot’s wristwatch stimulates in the heart of collectors, this Weems Second Setting presents one of the earliest and intriguing aviation timepieces at auction.


814

BLANCPAIN AIR COMMAND

An extremely rare, important and large stainless steel fly-back chronograph wristwatch with glossy black dial, tachymeter scale, rotatable bezel and presentation box

MANUFACTURER

Blancpain

YEAR

Circa 1960s

CASE NO.

15’016

MODEL NAME

Air Command

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. Valjoux 222, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Leather

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Blancpain buckle

DIMENSIONS

42 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case and dial signed

ESTIMATE HKD 390,000 - 780,000 USD 50,000 - 100,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Blancpain black leather box

One of the rarest and most epic vintage aviation watches, Blancpain’s Air Command model is shrouded in a haze of myth, legend and glory. As a matter of fact, no official documentations can be found about this mysterious model, and scholars have asserted that it was never serially manufactured or commercialized. At the turn of the 1950s, Blancpain decided to enter the market for pilot’s wristwatches, and offered the Air Command to the U.S. Air Force. No orders were placed and the Air Command project was not pursued. When the quartz crisis struck Blancpain in the early 1970s, the brand had to sell many of its properties, including some of its unfinished examples. This speaks volumes for the unmatched rarity and originality, especially also considering that only an extremely small number of specimen are known to have survived. With its history, the Air Command is one of those rare cases when the watch is truly deserving the moniker "icon".

寶珀 , 「 A ir C ommand 」,非 常 重 要 及 罕 有 ,精 鋼 腕 錶 ,配 飛 返計 時 功 能 及 黑 色 錶 圈 ,約 1 9 6 0 年 代 製 。附 錶 盒

The thick and robust 42 mm case houses the Valjoux caliber 222 featuring the ultra-desirable fly-back function. This function provides improved accuracy for aviators by no longer requiring the wearer to use the stop function prior to resetting the chronograph. Preserved in excellent condition, the present watch is only 26 numbers apart from another example that was sold at START-STOP- RESET: 88 Epic Stainless Steel Chronographs.


815

BREGUET TYPE XX

A rare and attractive stainless steel fly-back chronograph wristwatch with rotatable bezel

MANUFACTURER

Breguet

YEAR

1971

CASE NO.

20'359

MODEL NAME

Type XX

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. Valjoux 235

BRACELET/STRAP

Leather

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel buckle

DIMENSIONS

40.5 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial and movement signed

ESTIMATE HKD 150,000 - 240,000 USD 20,000 - 30,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Breguet Attestation confirming production of the present watch in 1971 and its subsequent sale on June 12, 1972. 寶璣 , 「Type

X X」,十 分 罕 有 ,精 鋼 腕 錶 ,配 飛 返 計 時 功 能

及黑 色 錶 圈 ,1971年 製

Breguet developed their very first prototypical chronograph Type XX wristwatches in the 1950s, and in 1958, the French Aéronavale — the Air Force of the French Navy — commissioned Breguet to create a series of 500 Type XX pieces. The present watch, made in 1971, is a rare iteration of the legendary Type XX oeuvre and belongs to the second generation of Type XX, which features both two and three- register layouts, with the caliber Valjoux 235 and 725 respectively. Both versions offer the flyback chronograph function which the original military contract of the French Aéronavale specified. The present timepiece is an outstanding example of this highly coveted watch model. The watch is preserved in overall excellent condition, showing the extensive level of care and attention from its original owner. The watch is also accompanied with an official attestation from Breguet, confirming production of the present watch in 1971 and its subsequent sale on June 12, 1972.


816

IWC REF. 3705 DER FLIEGERCHRONOGRAPH

A rare and fine ceramic and stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with German day and date indication

MANUFACTURER

IWC

This pilot’s chronograph is a rare modern classic

YEAR

Circa 1990s

that was introduced in 1994 and remained in

MOVEMENT NO.

3705

production until only 1998. According to research

CASE NO.

2’601’719

performed by Phillips and IWC, only 999 ceramic

MODEL NAME

Der

examples were made, with a larger production

Fliegerchronograph

number for the reference 3706, the stainless steel

Ceramic and stainless

model. The reference 3705 has an appeal of

steel

machismo and stylish flair with its dark ceramic

Automatic, cal. 7902,

case — a fully compressed, molded ceramic, not

25 jewels

just a surface coating.

MATERIAL CALIBRE BRACELET/STRAP

Leather

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel buckle

The present example is in excellent overall

DIMENSIONS

39 mm diameter

condition with sharp case and clean original

SIGNED

Case, dial and

dial with luminous hour markers that have aged

movement signed

beautifully to a warm creamy color. As would be

ESTIMATE HKD 39,000 - 78,000 USD 5,000 - 10,000

expected of a watch from IWC, the calendar is in German, and it is worth noting that this particular watch is exactly 50 numbers apart from the example that was previously owned by Günter Blümlein,

萬國, 「 D e r F l i e g e r c h r o n o g r a p h 」型 號 3 7 0 5 ,陶 瓷 及 精 鋼自動 上 弦 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 ,日期 和 德 文 星 期 顯 示 ,約 1990年 製

and sold at the STYLED auction held by Phillips in New York, December 2018.


817

OMEGA REF. 145.022 SPEEDMASTER 'TIFFANY'

An attractive and rare stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with bracelet, retailed by Tiffany & Co.

MANUFACTURER

Omega

YEAR

1970

REFERENCE NO.

145.022-69ST

MOVEMENT NO.

30'585'566

CASE NO.

184

MODEL NAME

Speedmaster

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 861, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Omega bracelet, endlinks stamped 516, max length 185 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Omega deployant clasp stamped 1039 & 2.69

DIMENSIONS

42 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed; Dial double signed by Tiffany & Co.

ESTIMATE HKD 120,000 - 200,000 USD 15,000 - 25,000 歐米茄, 「 S p e e d m a s t e r 」型 號 1 4 5 . 0 2 2 - 6 9 S T ,精 細 及 罕 有 ,精 鋼 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 ,由蒂 芙 尼 銷 售 ,1 9 7 0 年 製 。 附後補證書

ACCESSORIES Accompanied by Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch in September 1970 and its delivery to the USA. The Omega reference 145.022-69 is the last "PreMoon" iteration of the legendary Speedmaster, as it was designed before the Apollo XI landing in July 1969, but only launched December 1969 and produced until around 1971. The present watch is extremely rare thanks to the fact that, the name of the prominent retailer "Tiffany & Co." is printed in white right under the model name on the dial. In addition, the Hippocampus engraved on the case back has been replaced by the engraving ""first watch worn on the moon"" - known by collectors as "straight writing". Also, the watch has its rare and correct "dot over 90" bezel. According to the archival information from Omega, the watch was manufactured in 1970 and delivered to the retailer Tiffany & Co. in the USA. To the best of our knowledge, only 3 examples of the reference 145.022-69 with Tiffany signature have appeared on the market.


818

OMEGA SPEEDMASTER APOLLO XI 1969

A fine and rare limited edition yellow gold chronograph wristwatch with burgundy bezel, Apollo XI engraved case back and bracelet, numbered 184 of a limited edition of 1,014 pieces MANUFACTURER

Omega

YEAR

1969

REFERENCE NO.

145.022

MOVEMENT NO.

28’420’093

CASE NO.

184

MODEL NAME

Speedmaster Apollo XI 1969

MATERIAL

18K yellow gold

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 861, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

18K yellow gold Omega bracelet, max length 200 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

18K yellow gold Omega deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

42 mm diameter

SIGNED

Dial, case, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 120,000 - 200,000 USD 15,000 - 25,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied by Omega Extract confirming its date of production on December 15, 1969 and delivery to Italy 歐米茄, 「 S p e e d m a s t e r 」型 號 1 4 5 . 0 2 2 ,精 細 及 罕 有 ,限 量 版 1 8 K 黃 金 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 和 酒 紅 色 錶 圈 ,為 紀 念 阿 波 羅 十 一 號 限 量 發 行 1 0 1 4 枚 ,編 號 第 1 8 4 號 ,1 9 6 9 年 製 。 附後 補 證 書

The history of the Omega Speedmaster is closely intertwined with some of the greatest spacefaring achievements of mankind. It was the not only the first watch to be flight-qualified by NASA, but also the first timepiece to be worn on the surface of the moon, when Buzz Aldrin took his historic steps on the lunar surface. The present Speedmaster is a rare reference made in 1969 — the year of the Apollo 11 moon landing mission. Lavishly encased in 18K yellow gold to commemorate the significant accomplishment, it was one of the earliest special edition Speedmasters, with only 1,014 of the pieces created. While number one and number two were presented to the President and Vice President of the United States, numbers 3 to 32 were given to astronauts and various personalities. The remaining examples were publicly sold. The present watch is one among this historical line of commemorative timepieces. Those sold publicly bore the inscription "The First Watch Worn on the Moon" along with the limited edition number. Preserved in excellent condition with its original bracelet, the watch is accompanied with an Extract confirming its date of production, delivery, and that it was a special numbered edition to celebrate the "Apollo XI" moon landing.


819

OMEGA SPEEDMASTER MIR 365 DAYS

An exceptional and rare limited edition stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with "Mir – 365 Days" caseback inscription, bracelet, international warranty and box, numbered 12 of a limited edition of 28 pieces which flown in space for a year MANUFACTURER

Omega

YEAR

1993

REFERENCE NO.

ST 345.0022.105 – PIC 3596.50.00

MOVEMENT NO.

48’294’626

CASE NO.

12/28

MODEL NAME

Speedmaster, "MIR

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with International Warranty stamped by Barth AG, limited edition Certificate, Omega red watch holder, VHS tape and Omega black book-like presentation box. Further delivered with Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch in 1993 and its delivery to Switzerland

365 Days" MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 861, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Omega bracelet, max length 200 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Omega deployant clasp stamped 1479

DIMENSIONS

42 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, bracelet and movement signed

ESTIMATE HKD 310,000 - 620,000 USD 40,000 - 80,000

歐米茄, 「 S p e e d m a s t e r , M I R 3 6 5 D a y s 」型 號 S T 3 4 5 . 0 0 2 2 . 1 0 5 ,限 量 版 精 鋼 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 ,限 量 發 行 2 8 枚 ,編 號 第 1 2 號 ,曾 載 於 和 平 號 太 空 站 歷 時 一 年 , 於1993年 製 。附 原 裝 保 證 書 ﹑錶 盒 ﹑配 件 和 後 補 證 書

While many commemorative endeavors were made for various space missions and accomplishments, the present watch is actually part of an aerospace project, as it physically stayed in space for 365 days at the MIR space station, earning the coveted title of "flown". MIR, meaning peace or world in Russian, was a space station that operated in low Earth orbit from 1986 to 2001, serving as a microgravity research laboratory. One of the research projects that was conducted on MIR was in July 1993, which allowed for 35 Speedmaster Professionals to be taken to the space station for 365 days with the purpose of observing and forming the effects of the microgravity on watch movements. There are in total 28 stainless steel version, 18 of them with bracelet and 7 pieces made in yellow gold. When the 35 Speedmaster Professionals that were tested on MIR, flown in space, returned to Earth, Omega scrutinized them and later offered them for sale with an engraved case back noting this epoch-defining milestone.


820

ZENITH EL PRIMERO STRATOS PROTOTYPE

An attractive stainless steel flyback chronograph prototype wristwatch with warranty and presentation box MANUFACTURER

Zenith

YEAR

Circa 2012

REFERENCE NO.

03.2066.405/69.M2060

MOVEMENT NO.

434’513

CASE NO.

293’611

MODEL NAME

El Primero Stratos

MATERIAL

Flyback

CALIBRE

Stainless steel

BRACELET/STRAP

Automatic

DIMENSIONS

NATO

SIGNED

45 mm diameter

ESTIMATE HKD 80,000 - 150,000

Case and dial signed

USD 10,000 - 20,000 LOT OFFERED WITH NO RESERVE

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with International Warranty stamped in 2019, Zenith wooden presentation box, product literature, leather cardholder and outer packaging 真力時, 「 E l P r i m e r o S t r a t o s F l y b a c k 」型 號 0 3 . 2 0 6 6 . 4 0 5 / 6 9 . M 2 0 6 0 ,精 美 ,原 型 精 鋼自動 上 弦 腕 錶 , 配飛 返 計 時 功 能 ,約 2012 年 製 。附 原 裝 證 書 及 錶 盒

It is incredible to think that there was a time when one could walk into a manufacturers boutique or authorised dealer, and buy a watch that is identical to one that fell from the edge of space, and survived. But this was exactly the case when Zenith offered the El Primero Flyback at standard retail, which was exactly the same as the watches worn by Felix Baumgartner when he fell 39.45 km in 4 minutes and 19 seconds, at a maximum speed of 1,357.6 km per hour. Prior to the jump, Zenith rigorously tested half a dozen watches to ensure that they could withstand the extreme conditions the watches carried by Felix would be subject to, and the piece offered here is from that very batch. The process included low temperature testing in liquid nitrogen at -78°C, which proved that the "regular" sapphire crystals were perfectly up to the task. Next up was a pressure test and vacuum test, to ensure they could withstand the absence of atmosphere, and the wind force during free fall, which the watches passed with flying colours. The last was a shock test that exposed the watches to an incredible 5,000G of force, in which some of the test pieces from the test batch passed, while others did not. In the end it was decided to go ahead with the standard production pieces, and the risk paid off, with both the watch worn outside the suit, and the other underneath on Baumgartner's wrist, functioning perfectly when he landed on Earth in 2012. It is an immense privilege to be able to offer one of these very special test watches that formed a part a defining moment of human history, directly from the manufacturer with new warranty and strap that was purposely developed to allow the watch to be fitted over the space suit worn by Felix. As a wonderful gesture from Zenith, the proceeds from this lot will be donated to charity.


821

PATEK PHILIPPE REF. 1415 WORLD TIME

A very fine and rare yellow gold world time wristwatch

MANUFACTURER

Patek Philippe

YEAR

1946

REFERENCE NO.

1415

MOVEMENT NO.

929'573

CASE NO.

647'115

MODEL NAME

World Time

MATERIAL

18K yellow gold

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 12'''120, 18 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Alligator

CLASP/BUCKLE

18K yellow gold Patek Philippe pin buckle

DIMENSIONS

31 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial and movement signed

ESTIMATE HKD 400,000 - 620,000 USD 50,000 - 80,000

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch in 1946 with raised gold hour-markers and its subsequent sale on November 22, 1949 百 達 翡 麗 ,型 號 1 4 1 5 ,非 常 精 細 及 罕 有 ,1 8 K 黃 金 腕 錶 ,配 世界 時 區 顯 示 ,1946年 製 。附 後 補 證 書

Patek Philippe started serially producing world time watches in the late 1930s with the reference 1415 in extremely small numbers. Since its first appearance, the Patek Philippe world time model, also referred as Heure Universelle, has been very popular amongst watch connoisseurs all over the world. The hour and minute hands of the present watch display local time in the middle of the dial. Surrounding it are two fascinating rings, the outer one with the names of metropolises that stand for the time zones of the world, the inner ring with a 24hour scale featuring a brighter part for the daytime hours and a darker one for the nocturnal hours. Beautiful and extremely useful, the world time mechanism was a significant breakthrough in the history of horology. Indeed, Patek Philippe advertising from the period marketed world time watches to "the man whose interests go beyond the horizon". The present example actually features a very rare bezel variation, with the Chinese capital spelt with a very unusual "Peiping" rather than the common "Peking". This is a rare chance for any watch collectors to possess a piece that represents horological finesse at its best.


822

PATEK PHILIPPE REF. 5131 WORLD TIME

A very fine and rare white gold world time wristwatch with cloisonné enamel dial, certificate of origin, fitted presentation box and Tiffany & Co. packaging, factory sealed

MANUFACTURER

Patek Philippe

YEAR

Circa 2013

REFERENCE NO.

5131G-001

MOVEMENT NO.

5’684’617

CASE NO.

4’594’182

MODEL NAME

World Time

MATERIAL

18K white gold

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 240 HU, 33 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Alligator

CLASP/BUCKLE

18K white gold Patek Philippe deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

39.5 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial and movement signed

ESTIMATE HKD 620,000 - 1,200,000 USD 80,000 - 150,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Certificate of Origin stamped by Tiffany & Co. Salon on April 22, 2013, Patek Philippe wooden presentation box, leather certificate holder, product literature and Tiffany & Co. outer packaging 百 達 翡 麗 ,型 號 5 1 3 1 G - 0 0 1 ,非 常 精 細 及 罕 有 ,1 8 K白金自 動 上 弦 腕 錶 ,配 世 界 時 區 和 歐 亞 非 澳 地 圖 掐 絲 琺 瑯 錶 盤 ,原 廠單 封 ,約 2013年 製 。附 原 裝 證 書 、錶 盒 和 蒂 芙 尼 包 裝 盒

The present timepiece, the reference 5131G-001, incorporates distinctive features of two of Patek Philippe’s most desired models: the movement of the reliable World Time reference 5130, and the cloisonné enamel map reminiscent of the vintage world-time references 1415 and 2523. Initially only available in yellow gold with a map of the Americas, the model was later introduced in white gold featuring a map of Asia, Africa, Australia and Europe – as seen in the present watch, and later in pink gold. The reference 5131 is scarce in the public market, as very few are made every year due to the sublime prowess and craftsmanship required to create hand-made cloisonné enamel dials. Uniquely beautiful and extremely fine, the cloisonné enamel of this watch is literally an artwork for the wrist, and since the reference 5131 has now been superceded by the reference 5231, this added scarcity will only add to the demand. This Patek Philippe reference 5131G is completed with a Certificate of Origin stamped by Tiffany & Co. Salon on April 22, 2013, a Patek Philippe wooden presentation box and Tiffany & Co. iconic turquoise-colored outer packaging. Most importantly, the watch is factory sealed, making it an invaluable asset to add to any collection.


823

PATEK PHILIPPE REF. 5524

A fine and rare white gold dual time wristwatch with date, center seconds, certificate of origin, hang tag, setting pin, and fitted presentation box, factory double sealed

MANUFACTURER

Patek Philippe

YEAR

2016

REFERENCE NO.

5524G-001

MOVEMENT NO.

5’913’840

CASE NO.

6’065’310

MODEL NAME

Calatrava Pilot Travel Time

MATERIAL

18K white gold

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 324 S C FUS, 29 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Leather

CLASP/BUCKLE

18K white gold Patek Philippe buckle

DIMENSIONS

42 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and buckle signed

ESTIMATE HKD 200,000 - 300,000 USD 25,000 - 38,000 百達翡麗, 「 C a l a t r a v a P i l o t T r a v e l T i m e 」型 號 5 2 7 1 / 1 2 P - 0 0 1 ,罕 有 及 精 細 ,1 8 K白金自動 上 弦 腕 錶 ,配 兩 地 時 間 ﹑中 心 秒 針 和日期 顯 示 ,約 2 0 1 6 年 製 。附 錶 盒 和 原 裝 證書 ,全 新 原 廠 雙 封

ACCESSORIES With Certificate of Origin dated 28 January 2016, product literature, hang tag, setting pin, slip case, leather wallet, outer packaging and fitted presentation box Making a splash at Baselworld in 2015, Patek Philippe’s Calatrava Pilot Travel Time reference 5524G was met with mixed reactions from the collectors community, although the long waitlists that were soon established at authorised retailers made it clear the model was to be a huge success. Harking back to Patek Philippe’s first pilot watches made in the 1930s, when a few prototypes were produced with hour angle displays that made immense prices at auction, the new watch proved extremely wearable due to its case dimensions and its practical application of complications. Features two hour hands, blue for the local time and skeletonized white to indicate home time, the dial of the reference 5524 also includes a local and home day and night indicator, as well as oversized applied luminous numerals to make the time legible at night. Preserved exactly as it left the manufacture three years ago, the watch remains double factory sealed, and comes complete with its certificate of origin, box, and accessories.


824

ROLEX REF. 16710 GMT-MASTER II

An attractive stainless steel dual time wristwatch with date, sweep center seconds, bracelet, guarantee, hang tags and box

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 2000

REFERENCE NO.

16710

CASE NO.

P536’681

MODEL NAME

GMT-Master II

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 3185, 31 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet stamped 78790, max length 190mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

39 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 64,000 - 100,000 USD 8,000 - 12,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Rolex punched guarantee stamped by Zurich Watch Company, Hong Kong, presentation box, hang tag and outer packaging 勞力士 , 「 G M T- M as t er II」型 號 1 6 7 1 0 ,精 細 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 兩 地 時 區 、日期 顯 示 及中心 秒 針 ,約 2 0 0 0 年 製。附 證 書 ,錶 盒 及 配 件

The Rolex GMT-Master series is one of the most recognizable watch models in the modern world of horology, owing largely to its awe-inspiring design, fine proportions, and authentic aviation pedigree. While Rolex introduced a new model, the GMT Master II reference 16760, in 1983, the manufacturer once again amazed watch collectors around the world by launching the reference 16710 in 1989. Housing a caliber 3185 movement, the reference 16710 retains the essence of the muchloved dual time watch model in a slimmer case. With Luminova hour markers and hands, the Reference 16710 departed from its Pepsi-bezel forefathers in that it was also offered with an allblack bezel or a red and black "Coke" bezel, featured here. Most impressively, with this example is the well preserved case back sticker showing the outstanding condition the watch has been kept in since it was sold in Hong Kong in 2001. The Reference 16710 is a seamless and ingenious amalgamation of old and new, with vintage look and modern technical finesse — all that one could ask for in a Rolex.


825

ROLEX REF. 1675 GMT-MASTER

An attractive and rare stainless steel dual time wristwatch with date, sweep center seconds, bracelet, guarantee, hang tags, box and original invoice from a Hong Kong retailer MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

1978

REFERENCE NO.

1675

MOVEMENT NO.

D432’231

CASE NO.

5’223’707

MODEL NAME

GMT-Master

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 1570, 26 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet, stamped 580 and 78360, max length 190 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

39.5 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 120,000-240,000 USD 15,000 - 30,000 勞力士 , 「 G M T- M a s t e r 」型 號 1 6 7 5 ,精 細 及 罕 有 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 兩 地 時 區 、日期 顯 示 和中心 秒 針 ,1 9 7 8 年 製。附 證 書 、錶 盒 、配 件 和 香 港 零 售 商 原 裝 發 票

ACCESSORIES Accompanied by original punched Rolex guarantee stamped by King Ngai Jewellery & Watch Co., original invoice, Rolex hang tags, leather wallet and Rolex green presentation box The Rolex GMT-Master was an ingenious innovation which epitomizes the golden age of air travel. The present lot was purchased by its original owner from a now defunct retailer called "King Ngai Jewellery & Watch Co." in Nathan Road, Hong Kong in the late-1970s, when Hong Kong's economy was vigorously accelerating amidst increased capital flows, commercial opportunities and business investment. With the economic boom, more and more Hong Kongers were able to travel the world, and for them a robust and reliable dualtime wristwatch was by all means essential. Imaginably, the original owner wore the piece with extra care as the watch was preserved in excellent condition. The two-tone "Pepsi" bezel has aged beautifully into the wondrous hues of azure and light crimson, bestowing a unique aura onto the watch. Featuring a "mark IV" dial, the watch was accompanied by a punched Rolex guarantee, green leather box and hang tags. Most impressively, the original invoice dated in 1978 was also retained, stating that the original owner made a partial payment of $1,500 when he acquired the watch, with $420 to be paid later.


826

ROLEX REF. 1675 GMT-MASTER

A very fine and very rare stainless steel dual time wristwatch with date, sweep center seconds and bracelet

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1965

REFERENCE NO.

1675, inner caseback stamped II.65

MOVEMENT NO.

D537’050

CASE NO.

1’427’134

MODEL NAME

GMT-Master

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 1570, 26 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet stamped 7206, endlinks stamped 58, max length 185 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster deployant clasp stamped 2.69

DIMENSIONS

39.5 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 200,000 - 400,000 USD 25,000 - 50,000 勞力士 , 「 G M T- M a s t e r 」型 號 1 6 7 5 ,罕 有 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦 鏈 帶腕 錶 ,配 兩 地 時 區 、日期 顯 示 和中心 秒 針 ,約 1 9 6 5 年 製

Made in circa 1965, this stainless steel GMTMaster ref.1675 features an exceedingly rare Mark 0 matte dial — the dial configuration which predates the Mark 1 dial. The present watch signifies Rolex’s transition from gilt to matte dial, which would grace the ref. 1675 for the rest of its production run. The dial bears the same font and lettering placement as the latter gilt dial, with the printing in white. The shape of the coronet is also identical the one seen on the gilt dial before the transition. Another significant characteristic of the Mark 0 dial is the luminous materials applied on the hour markers and hands which would react under UV light. Preserved in excellent condition, the case displays crisp edges and sharp numbers between the lugs. Most notably, the colors of the iconic Pepsi bezel have aged into the charming hues of light sapphire and pastel pink, confidently exuding an authentic aura of classic charm.


827

ROLEX REF. 1675 GMT-MASTER 'GILT DIAL'

A rare and attractive stainless steel dual-time wristwatch with gilt lacquered dial, date, sweep center seconds, guarantee and box MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

1966

REFERENCE NO.

1675

MOVEMENT NO.

D28’228

CASE NO.

1’365’059

MODEL NAME

GMT-Master

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 1570, 26 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet stamped 6636, endlinks stamped 80, max length 200 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Rolex stainless steel Oyster deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

39.5 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 150,000 - 320,000 USD 20,000 - 40,000 勞力士 , 「 G M T- M a s t e r 」型 號 1 6 7 5 ,罕 有 及 精 美 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 兩 地 時 區 、黑 色 亮 漆 面 錶 盤 、日期 顯 示 和 中心秒 針 ,約 1966年 製 。附 保 證 書 和 錶 盒

ACCESSORIES Accompanied by original Rolex guarantee booklet dated 1970, original invoice issued by Bucherer, product literature and Rolex green presentation box Picture the heydays of the jet set era of the 1960s — the time when sharply clad travelers were crossing the Atlantic Ocean over 90,000 feet above the ground in a Boeing 727. What did these modern nomads have on their wrist to keep track of their home and destination time zones as they sojourned their way around the world? It was likely a Rolex GMT-Master. The GMT-Master reference 1675 is by all means an epoch-defining item from the golden age of air travel, and the present watch is a lovely example of the series. The case remains crisp with sharp beveled edges, and the luminous materials on the indexes have developed a creamy patina over the years, bestowing upon the watch an authentically retro appearance. The bezel has metamorphosed into the attractive tones of sapphire blue and rose red. Accompanied by the original invoice and guarantee booklet, both stamped by the retailer Bucherer, this watch is a true collectors’ dream.


828

ROLEX GMT-MASTER 'CONCORDE'

A very rare and attractive yellow gold dual time wristwatch with date, sweep center seconds, riveted bracelet, guarantee from a Hong Kong retailer, COSC certificate and box MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1969

REFERENCE NO.

1675

MOVEMENT NO.

D228’521

CASE NO.

1’919’559

MODEL NAME

GMT-Master 'Concorde'

MATERIAL

18K yellow gold

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 1570, 26 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

18K yellow gold Rolex Oyster riveted bracelet,

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Rolex punched guarantee dated May 14, 1969, punched COSC certificate dated January 10, 1969, hang tag and Rolex green fitted presentation box While vintage GMTs are nowadays very sought after in the market, the present watch is distinguished by its extremely rare baton hands dubbed by collectors as "Concorde" hands, in reference to the original Rolex advertisement from the late 1960s which boldly states "If you were flying the Concorde tomorrow you’d wear a Rolex".

endlinks stamped 80, max length 200 mm CLASP/BUCKLE

18K yellow gold Rolex Oyster bracelet stamped 1.68

DIMENSIONS

39mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement

ESTIMATE HKD 235,000 - 390,000 USD 30,000 - 50,000

and bracelet signed

勞力士 , 「 G M T- M as t er, C o n co rde 」型 號 1 6 7 5 ,罕 有 及 精 細 ,1 8 K 黃 金自動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 兩 地 時 區 ﹑中心 秒 針 和日 期顯 示 ,約 1969年 製 。附 證 書 ,天 文 台 證 書 和 錶 盒

The watch is preserved in an exceptionally beautiful condition, showing the previous owners' care and love for the watch. The watch is also accompanied by its original punched guarantee issued by a Hong Kong retailer, a Rolex green presentation box, and, perhaps most importantly, the original COSC certificate, which will surely please seasoned collectors and newcomers alike. Made in 1969, the year of Concorde’s first flight and man’s first Moon landing, and lavishly cased in 18K yellow gold, the present watch is a tangible chronicle which proudly records the golden era of aviation and space exploration.


829

ROLEX REF. 6542 GMT-MASTER

A very attractive, rare and well-preserved stainless steel dual time wristwatch with date, sweep center seconds, Bakelite bezel, bracelet and COSC certificate

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1959

REFERENCE NO.

6542

MOVEMENT NO.

DN904’157

CASE NO.

482’987, inner caseback stamped III.59

MODEL NAME

GMT-Master

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 1066, 25 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet, end links stamped 65, max overall length 190 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex deployant clasp stamped 2.59

DIMENSIONS

39 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 1,000,000 - 1,900,000 USD 120,000 - 240,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied with COSC certificate stamped in 1960 勞力士 , 「 G M T- M a s t e r 」型 號 6 5 4 2 ,非 常 精 美 及 罕 有 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 「 B a k e l i t e 」塑 膠 錶 圈 、兩 地 時 區 、中心 秒 針 和日期 顯 示 ,約 1 9 5 9 年 製 。附 原 裝 天 文 台證 書


Destined to inspire admirations and wonders, this spectacular Rolex GMT-Master with Bakelite bezel epitomizes the perfect amalgamation of fine artistry and the brand’s ingenious design. The present GMT-Master 6542 remains in wonderfully condition with a Bakelite bezel that has successfully stood the test of time. Astoundingly, the bezel has aged to the hypnotizing tones of Prussian blue and burgundy, further bolstering the uniqueness and splendor of this timepiece.

It is worth noting that an example of reference 6542 fitted with its wondrously preserved Bakelite bezel is extremely rare, as these bezels are very fragile and delicate, showing the previous owners' love and care of the watch. The black glossy dial is further embellished by luminous indexes and gilt printing which have developed a warm and creamy patina. With the original COSC certificate, the present lot offers a now-or-never opportunity for watch connoisseurs to collect a fine museum-grade timepiece.


SNOW

Survival in cold climates.

Some would consider those timepieces issued to the explorers of sub-zero environments to be the original sports watch. From the beginning of the 20th century, efforts were made to produce something that would prevent the ingress of dust and water, to ensure accurate timekeeping on long days with little to break them up. From such greats as Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, Sir John Hunt, and George Band, through to more recent adventurers including Ralph Plaisted and Reinhold Messner, they all appreciated the importance of a watch that would survive the entirety of the gruelling journeys, from the obvious choice of the Rolex Explorer, to the Omega Speedmaster, and beyond to the Rolex Oysterquartz Datejust.

Of course, another great test of human endurance that takes place on snow is that of the skier. It is easy to think back to 1950s St Moritz with its air of elegance, representing something very different to those struggling through the arctic or the Himalayas, and imagine runs being timed on a screw-back chronographs. Celebrities of the more recent ski set include Alberto Tomba, who was a fan of Audemars Piguet and is often seen wearing watches from the Le Brassus manufacturer, including the Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph. Perhaps it is the relatively minimalist nature of the watches produced for these demanding environments, and the towering examples of human bravery, that make them so appealing to enthusiasts today.


JEAN-CLAUDE KILLY

Success on and off the slopes.

Jean-Claude Killy’s rise to fame was truly meteoric. While he had had significant success prior to the 1968 Olympic Games in Grenoble, it was his victories in all three alpine disciplines, downhill, slalom and giant slalom, that really put him in the hearts and minds of an international audience. At the grand old age of 25, he decided to hang up his skis and pursue a new career path.

Killy also was a capable driver, who competed in

His post-skiing career was equally interesting. Off the back of his triplet of Olympic golds, he secured lucrative endorsement deals with Rolex, Head skis, American Express and Chevrolet cars, which was profiled by Hunter S. Thompson in his article "The Temptations of Jean-Claude Killy". He also appeared in TV shows, even having two series of his own, and starred in a number of movies, including "Snow Job", where he met his wife, actress Danielle Gaubert. He did not leave winter sports behind entirely, serving as a member of the International Olympic Committee from 1995 until 2014, and chaired the Coordination Commission for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.

finishing an impressive 10th. Perhaps his greatest

the 1967 Targa Florio, finishing 7th overall and 1st in class in a works Porsche 911S co-driven by Bernard Cahier, and only beaten by a raft of Porsche 910s, a Ford GT40 and a Ferrari 206P. Following on from this, he took park in the 1968 NĂźrburgring Monza 1000 Kilometres coming in 26th overall, and the 1968 Monza 1000 Kilometres accomplishment in motorsport was an entry to the 1969 24 Hours of Le Mans, where having lead his class in an Alpine A210, with Bob Wollek as the other driver, they were forced to retire after 20 hours with a broken suspension mount. Perhaps it is these incredible feats being achieved with relative youth, combined with his sense of style which made him a fashion icon, as well as the maturity and sensibility to retire from the sport that he loved and pursue other interests, that makes Killy such a lauded and respected individual.


830

ROLEX REF. 1016 EXPLORER

A fine and rare stainless steel wristwatch with sweep center seconds and bracelet

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1972

REFERENCE NO.

1016, inner caseback stamped I.72

CASE NO.

2’989’841

MODEL NAME

Explorer

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 1570, 26 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex bracelet, stamped 7836, endlinks stamped 380, max length 190 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

36 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 80,000 - 120,000 USD 10,000 - 15,000 勞力士 , 「 E x p l o r e r 」型 號 1 0 1 6 ,精 細 及 罕 有 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦 鏈帶 腕 錶 ,配中心 秒 針 ,約 1 9 7 2 年 製

As the popular saying goes: "The watch makes the man." Ian Fleming, an Egnlish author best known for his James Bond series of novels, not only wrote that his James Bond character sported a Rolex, but Fleming himself, in fact, wore a stainless steel Rolex Explorer ref. 1016. One of the most popular vintage sports models, the ref. 1016 is today highly coveted by Rolex collectors around the world as it impeccably combines athletic look and fine proportions. Featuring a Matte dial, the present watch displays a robust appearance unmissable by watch enthusiasts. The example here was made in 1972, further evidenced by the inner inscription I.72. More importantly, the case is in excellent condition, and the lugs are well preserved. The dial is preserved in overall excellent condition. The luminous materials have developed a creamy patina which is very fine looking. The reference 1016 was replaced by the reference 14270 in 1989, marking the end of plexiglass crystals for the Explorer line.


831

ROLEX REF. 5500 EXPLORER

A fine stainless steel wristwatch with sweep center seconds, bracelet, guarantee and box

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1970

REFERENCE NO.

5500, caseback stamped 1002 & III.71

CASE NO.

2’797’436

MODEL NAME

Explorer

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 1520, 26 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet stamped 7835, endlinks stamped 357, max length 180 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

34 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 40,000 - 80,000 USD 5,000 - 10,000 勞力士 , 「 E x p l o r e r 」型 號 5 5 0 0 ,精 細 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶,配中心 秒 針 ,約 1970年 製 。附 證 書 和 錶 盒

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with original Rolex guarantee dated 1973, Rolex green fitted presentation box, original invoice stamped by Tom Evans in 1973 and outer packaging The Explorer is one of the most popular sports watch models, and its popularity has never ceased to increase after Edmund Hillary reached the summit of Mount Everest in 1953 with a Rolex timepiece on his wrist. The reference 5500 was debuted in late 1950s. Traditionally, the 5500 reference number has corresponded to Rolex’s Air-King line of watches. For more than a decade, however, Rolex fitted reference 5500 watches with Explorer dials. These reference 5500 Explorer wristwatches also housed the smaller Rolex’s classic "Mercedes" hands. The dial is original, unrestored and in beautiful condition - the original bracelet to the watch, being an Oyster of unfolded construction, is in excellent firm condition which is an added plus. Retailed by a Jeweler in Swansea, Wales, the watch is accompanied by a guarantee, Rolex green box, and an invoice dated 1973.


832

ROLEX REF. 1655 EXPLORER II

A well-preserved and rare stainless steel wristwatch with 24hour indication, date, bracelet, guarantee, hang tags and box MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1972

REFERENCE NO.

1655, caseback stamped II.72

MOVEMENT NO.

D276’210

CASE NO.

3’181’610

MODEL NAME

Explorer II

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 1570, 26 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet stamped 78360, endlinks stamped 580, max length 190 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster deployant clasp stamped N4 & 78360

DIMENSIONS

39 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 120,000 - 200,000 USD 15,000 - 25,000 勞力士 , 「 E xp lor er I I 」型 號 1 6 5 5 ,精 細 及 罕 有 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 2 4 小 時 顯 示 、中 心 秒 針 和日期 顯 示 ,約 1 9 7 2 年製 。附 保 證 書 和 錶 盒

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Rolex guarantee booklet dated May 25, 1976, Rolex green leather presentation box, Rolex service guarantee dated October 20, 1995, Rolex sales tag, hang tag, product literature, original receipt and outer packaging When the reference 1655 Explorer II arrived in 1971, its target audience was about as niche as it gets, although thanks to the signature aesthetic it did find some clients outside of the cave exploring demographic it was intended for. With its large orange 24-hour hand and associated stainless steel bezel, plus the interesting application of luminous material to the dial, it presented a curious new addition to the Rolex sports watch range. While the reference is commonly referred to as the "Steve McQueen", there is no evidence that the actor wore one in his lifetime, so perhaps the more fitting name would be the "Reinhold Messner". The Italian explorer made famous by is prolific bibliography, his summit of Everest without oxygen, and the first person to climb all 14 peaks over 8,000 meters, he was frequently photographed wearing a reference 1655. The present watch is a well-preserved example of the first generation for the reference, featuring straight seconds hand, mark 1 bezel, and mark 1 dial.


833

ROLEX REF. 17000

A rare and attractive stainless steel quartz wristwatch with date, center seconds and bracelet

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1979

REFERENCE NO.

17000, inner caseback stamped 17000B

MOVEMENT NO.

0’012’986

CASE NO.

6’253’401

MODEL NAME

Oysterquartz Datejust

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Quartz, cal. 5035, 11 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex bracelet stamped 17000, max length 195 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

35 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 20,000 - 40,000 USD 2,500 - 5,000 勞力士 , 「 O y s t e r Q u a r t z D a t e j u s t 」型 號 1 7 0 0 0 ,罕 有 及 精細,精鋼石英鏈帶腕錶,配日期顯示和中心秒針,1979年製

The Rolex Oysterquartz Datejust reference 17000 first appeared in 1977, and was the first foray for the brand into the world of quartz as they sought to meet the demand of clients for the new technology. While the reception was some what mixed, it found its place in history when, in 1978, the legendary mountaineer Reinhold Messner reached the summit of Everest together Peter Habeler without oxygen, but with the reference 17000 on their wrist. This particular example is being offered by a collector who is a connoisseur of Oysterquartz range, and it shows in the wonderful condition of the piece. With its signature angular case retailing crisp edges and original finishing, a beautiful soleil silvered dial that appears to be blemish free, and its distinctive bracelet that is still tight, the watch has been recently serviced and ready to be worn on the next great adventure.


834

ROLEX REF. 16570 EXPLORER II

A highly attractive and rare stainless steel wristwatch with "ivory rail" dial, 24-hour indicator, sweep centre seconds, date, bracelet and guarantee

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1990

REFERENCE NO.

16570

CASE NO.

E780’438

MODEL NAME

Explorer II

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 3185, 31 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet stamped 93150, endlinks stamped 501 B, max length 190 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex deployant clasp stamped P3 & 93150

DIMENSIONS

39 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 120,000 - 200,000 USD 15,000 - 25,000 勞力士 , 「 Exp lor er I I 」型 號 1 6 5 7 0 ,非 常 精 細 及 罕 有 ,精 鋼 自動上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 罕 有 象 牙 色「 Iv o ry R a i l D i a l 」錶 盤 計 時 功 能 ﹑中 心 秒 針 ﹑2 4 小 時 和日期 顯 示 ,約 1 9 9 0 年 製 。附 證書

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with guarantee stamped by Henry Birks Jlrs Inc., hang tags with matching numbers, product literature and cardholder. Rolex unveiled an updated version of the Explorer II in 1989. The ref. 16570 was initially upgraded with the new caliber 3185, such as the present example, and subsequent examples would house the caliber 3186. The present Explorer II is a particularly imposing example with its beautifully aged dial, which has metamorphosed into an off-white, ivory-colored tonality — flawlessly exemplified here. It is also fitted with the very sough-after "rail dial", named for the printing in the dial with the gap between the words "superlative" and "chronometer", "officially" and "certified", is making a kind of "rail". A very early example of the reference, it furthermore offers collectors an early example of the reference with the original guarantee and hang tags stamped with matching numbers.


835

TUDOR REF. 7926 ADVISOR

A fine and rare stainless steel wristwatch with sweep center seconds, alarm and bracelet

MANUFACTURER

Tudor

YEAR

Circa 1958

REFERENCE NO.

7926

CASE NO.

239’685

MODEL NAME

Advisor

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 1475, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex oyster bracelet stamped 7835.19, endlinks stamped 361B, max length 185 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex oyster deployant clasp stamped 2.71

DIMENSIONS

34 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement signed Tudor, bracelet signed Rolex

ESTIMATE HKD 32,000 - 62,000 USD 4,000 - 8,000 帝舵, 「 A d v i s o r 」型 號 7 9 2 6 ,精 細 及 罕 有 ,精 鋼 鏈 帶 腕 錶 , 配中心 秒 針 和 響 鬧 功 能 ,約 1 9 5 8 年 製

The Advisor ref. 7926 was introduced in 1957 and was produced until 1969, and it was Tudor’s first and only alarm watch. As a direct response to the sought after models such as the Jaeger-LeCoultre Memovox, the Advisor presented something unique and exciting to the consumer. Unlike its competitors, the Advisor counted on a pin affixed to the inside of the case back, upon which a hammer struck, striking the sound of the alarm. This particular example of the Advisor has a silvered dial that exudes late-50s design on the wrist. The cal. 1475 movement is housed in a 36mm Oyster case, making it extremely stylish and wearable.


836

ROLEX REF. 1019 MILGAUSS

A fine and rare stainless steel anti-magnetic wristwatch with sweep center seconds, additional Rolex Jubilee bracelet, gurantee and box

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1979

REFERENCE NO.

1019

MOVEMENT NO.

M885’409

CASE NO.

6’136’676

MODEL NAME

Milgauss

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 1580, 26 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet stamped 78360, endlinks stamped 580, max length 200 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

38 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed. Caseback

ESTIMATE HKD 120,000 - 200,000 USD 15,000 - 25,000

stamped II.70

勞力士 , 「 M ilg aus s 」型 號 1 0 1 9

,精 細 及 罕 有 ,精 鋼自動 上

弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配中心 秒 針 和 防 磁 功 能 ,約 1 9 7 9 年 製 。附 額 外 備用勞力士「 J ub ilee」錶 帶 和 配 件 、錶 盒 和 保 證 書

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with original Rolex punched guarantee dated 1989 stamped Astrua Torino, additional Rolex Oyster Jubilee bracelet, wallet, hang tag, box and outer packaging In 1956, Rolex launched the Milgauss — an antimagnetic wristwatch designed for use in strong magnetic environments such as power plants, laboratories and medical facilities. Named for its capability to withstand fields of up to 1000 gauss, the Milgauss soon became an industry standard anti-magnetic timepiece. With its classic Oyster case design, dial detail, and unmissable model name in red, this is a supremely attractive to wear even outside of magnetic fields. The unusual nature and function of the Milgauss made the watch an interesting collector's piece today. The watch is provided not only with its 1989 Rolex punched guarantee, but also with its original box and outer packaging. The watch is also accompanied by an additional Rolex "Jubilee" bracelet, made in the same year when the watch was bought. The watch is preserved in an overall extremely well condition, with only negligible signs of wear, and it is safe to say that the original owner worn it carefully and wisely.


837

AUDEMARS PIGUET ROYAL OAK OFFSHORE

A fine and attractive titanium chronograph wristwatch with grey dial, date, bracelet, guarantee and box

MANUFACTURER

Audemars Piguet

YEAR

Circa 2000

REFERENCE NO.

25721TI

MOVEMENT NO.

461’849

CASE NO.

E5287-0229

MODEL NAME

Royal Oak Offshore

MATERIAL

Titanium

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 2226, 54 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Titanium Audemars Piguet bracelet, max length 190 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Audemars Piguet double deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

42 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 80,000- 150,000 USD 10,000 - 20,000 愛彼 , 「皇家

橡 樹 離 岸 型」型 號 2 5 7 2 1 T I, 金 屬自動 上 弦

腕錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 和 灰 色 錶 盤 ,約 2 0 0 0 年 製 。附 證 書 和 錶 盒

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Audemars Piguet guarantee dated May 30, 2000 and stamped Audemars Piguet Deutschland Gmbh, outer packaging and fitted presentation box There are certain models that define a watch brand, informing its design philosophy and staying forever iconic in the minds of collectors. For Audemars Piguet, that model is indisputably the Royal Oak — in all its variations including the Royal Oak Offshore collection. The Offshore Chronograph in paricular will always hold a special place in the hearts of many collectors, as it was frequently seen on the wrist of the legendary Italian skier, Alberto Tomba. Exuding a cool and icy charm, the present Royal Oak Offshore, fitted with an ashen grey patterned dial, confidently conveys a robust sense of boldness. The present watch is furthermore preserved in an overall excellent condition. A combination of great technical prowess, top-notch material and daring design, the present lot, completed with original guarantee and box, is not simply a luxury sports wristwatch but also a grand attention-grabber.


838

CYMA REF. 295806

A very rare stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with glossy black dial telemeter and tachymeter scales

MANUFACTURER

Cyma

YEAR

Circa 1950s

REFERENCE NO.

295806

CASE NO.

189’190, outer caseback stamped 8020-56

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. Valjoux 22, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Leather

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel buckle

DIMENSIONS

37.3 mm diameter

SIGNED

Dial signed Cyma, movement signed Tavannes

ESTIMATE HKD 80,000- 150,000 USD 10,000 - 20,000 C y m a ,型 號 2 9 5 8 0 6 ,十 分 罕 有 ,精 鋼 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 和 黑色 錶 盤 ,約 1950年 代 製

In the year of 1871, famous watchmaker Henri Sandoz established Sandoz & Cie in Le Locle. Sandoz later relocated to Tavannes in 1891, where he focused on the production of complicated chronographs and repeaters. Soon after this move, Sandoz developed a business with the Schwob brothers, and Cyma was officially registered in 1903. Sandoz applied the most modern manufacturing techniques and produced very high quality timepieces, trademarked as Tavannes, Cyma and Cyma Tavannes. The quality of the product allowed Tavannes/ Cyma to become one of the biggest Swiss watch manufacturers by the early twentieth century. The dial of the present watch is signed Cyma and the movement is signed Tavannes, evidencing the history of the brand. Furthermore, the eye catching printing contrasts impeccably with the glossy black dial surface, bolstering the character of an already interesting vintage chronograph timepiece for the most discerning collectors.


839

ROLEX REF. 3525 MONOBLOCCO

A very rare and attractive stainlees steel chronograph wristwatch with telemeter and tachymeter scales

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1945

REFERENCE NO.

3525

CASE NO.

363’367

MODEL NAME

Oyster Chronograph "Monoblocco"

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 13’’, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Leather

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel buckle

DIMENSIONS

35 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial and movement signed

ESTIMATE HKD 400,000 - 620,000 USD 50,000 - 80,000 勞力士 , 「 O y s t er

C h r o n o g ra ph,

M o n o b l o cco 」型 號

3 5 2 5 ,非 常 罕 有 及 十 分 精 細 ,精 鋼 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 和 黑 色

Brought to the world in 1939, the ref. 3525 was Rolex’s very first chronograph wristwatch to be housed in an Oyster case and featured a water resistant screw down case back as well as a screw down winding crown. The ref. 3525 was offered in yellow gold, pink gold and stainless steel, such as the present execution. The ref. 3525 has delightfully been nicknamed the "Monoblocco" by Italian collectors, in reference to the fact that the entire case including the lugs and bezel were manufactured in "one block" with the exception of the screw-down caseback. Likely the most awe-inspiring feature, the black glossy dial of the present watch impresses its beholders with a stunning tone which contrasts beautifully with the gilded indexes and scales. The brushed finishing of the stainless steel case, with its flat, wide bezel, matches well with the overall design of the dial. The multi-scale dial with gilded print remains stunning and sharp. The present wristwatch is undoubtedly a fascinating and highly collectible piece of Rolex history.

錶盤 ,約 1945年 製

Literature: Other examples of reference 3525 are illustrated in 100 Superlative Rolex Watches by John Goldberger, pp. 96-107, and in I Cronografi Rolex - La Leggenda, Pucci Papaleo Editore, pp. 162-192.


840

ROLEX REF. 4500

A very rare and attractive yellow gold chronograph wristwatch with telemeter and tachymeter scales

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1947

REFERENCE NO.

4500

CASE NO.

533’629

MODEL NAME

Oyster Chronograph

MATERIAL

18K yellow gold

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 13’'', 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Leather

CLASP/BUCKLE

Rolex gold-plated buckle

DIMENSIONS

35 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and buckle signed

ESTIMATE HKD 310,000 - 560,000 USD 40,000 - 70,000 勞力士 , 「 O y s t er

C h r on o g ra ph」型 號 4 5 0 0 ,非 常 罕 有 及

精細 ,18K 黃 金 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 ,約 1 9 4 7 年 製

Conceived in the mid-1940s, the Rolex Oyster Chronograph ref. 4500 was the great grandfather of the modern Cosmograph Daytona model that we all treasure and admire today. From its debut, this highly attractive and charismatic model stood out from Rolex’s product lineup thanks to its clean design which seamlessly combine debonair fair with sporty chic. The launch of this reference 4500 chronograph introduced an all new case style with straighter, more pointed lugs that is until today, which can still be found on Rolex’s Oyster models today. The present ref. 4500 in 18K yellow gold is particularly a remarkable execution. The multiscale dial features an eye-catching blue telemeter within the black tachymeter scale found along its outer circumference. The case retains its welldefned lugs and original curves, boldly showcasing its original beauty.


841

ROLEX REF. 6238 'PRE-DAYTONA'

A rare and attractive stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with silvered dial, tachymeter scale and bracelet

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1964

REFERENCE NO.

6238

CASE NO.

1’000’359

MODEL NAME

Chronograph, "Pre-Daytona"

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 72B, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Rolex stainless steel bracelet, endlinks stamped 57, max length 180 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Rolex stainless steel deployant clasp stamped 3.68

DIMENSIONS

36 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 200,000- 280,000 USD 25,000 - 35,000 勞力士 , 「 C h r onog r ap h ,

P re -D a y t o n a 」型 號 6 2 3 8 ,罕

有 及 精 細 ,精 鋼 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 和 銀 色 錶 盤 ,約 1 9 6 4 年製

"Bond surveyed his weapons. They were only his hands and his feet, his Gillette razor and his wristwatch, a heavy Rolex Oyster Perpetual on an expanding metal bracelet. Used properly, these could be turned into most effective knuckle busters," wrote Ian Fleming in his James Bond novel On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. In the 1969 movie adaptation of the same name, Bond, played by none other than the legendary George Lazenby, was seen on the silver screen with a ref. 6238 on his wrist. So robust and reliable, the ref. 6238 was Bond’s most reliable tool when he makes his epic escape by skiing down Piz Gloria while the antagonists chase in the film. The watch has an equally epic background story off the silver screen as well. The Rolex ref. 6238 epitomizes a turning point in the history of Rolex history of chronograph. Produced for a short period from the beginning of the 1960s to 1967, it was not only the last Rolex chronograph to feature a smooth bezel with a tachymeter scale on the dial, but also a model that paved the way to the ref. 6239. Collectors today refer to ref. 6238 as the "PreDaytona", as it is the immediate predecessor of ref. 6239 — the first Cosmograph Daytona made by Rolex. In overall excellent condition with a sharp bezel, the present ref. 6238 is a very pleasing example. With a very elegant chic, the watch is easily wearable on any occasion and is a great timepiece for the savvy collector.


842

ROLEX REF. 6036 'JEAN-CLAUDE KILLY'

An exceedingly rare, highly attractive and important yellow gold chronograph wristwatch with triple calendar, bracelet, guarantee and presentation box

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1951

REFERENCE NO.

6036, repeated inside caseback

CASE NO.

685’523

MODEL NAME

Oyster Chronograph, "Jean-Claude Killy"

MATERIAL

18K yellow gold

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 72C, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

18K yellow gold Rolex Oyster riveted bracelet, endlinks stamped 57, max length 190 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

18K yellow gold Rolex deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

37.5 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 2,000,000 - 4,000,000 USD 250,000 - 500,000

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Rolex guarantee stamped with matching number, Rolex green decorated presentation box, paper hang tag, additional crystal and leather holder 勞力士 , 「 O y s t er C h r on o g ra ph, J e a n -C l a u de K i l l y 」型 號 6 0 3 6,非常精細﹑罕 有 及 重 要 ,1 8 K 黃 金 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 和 全 曆 顯 示 ,約 1 9 5 1 年 製 。附 原 裝 證 書 和 雕飾 錶 盒


The only vintage Rolex series to feature a triple calendar and chronograph complication, the ref. 6036 is named after the legendary three-time Olympic ski champion and Rolex ambassador JeanClaude Killy, who was often seen sporting the watch. Ever since its debut in 1951, the "Jean-Claude Killy" ref. 6036 has been considered an icon by collectors around the world. Donning a clean white dial with gold indexes and blue calendar, this timepiece was one of the most luxurious complex wristwatches available on the market in the early 1950s. The reference was typically cased in stainless steel. Yet, for their most prominent clients, Rolex also offered the model in gold, such as the present example. Exuding an aura of grandeur and lavishness, it would not be an overstatement to call the present watch an excellent artwork for the wrist.

One of the most technically complex vintage Rolex models ever created, the present lot is preserved in remarkable condition, accompanied by its original riveted, expandable bracelet, also in excellent condition, and a hardly ever seen dial featuring yellow gold indexes and hands that contrast beautifully against the white dial. Showing the passage of time, parts of the case have gorgeously developed a fine layer of patina, giving a unique personality to the watch. This exceptional example is a must have trophy watch for the discerning connoisseur seeking to own one of Rolex’s rarest and most prestigious complicated watches of its history. Literature For another example of reference 6036, please see 100 Superlative Rolex Watches by John Goldberger, p. 154


TARMAC

The affinity between watches and cars.

There is no shortage of specific watch models that have been produced to signal their association with motorsport, from legendary names such as the Monaco, Daytona, Autavia, and Monte Carlo; they are well represented on the following pages. Beyond mere naming rights, the number of drivers who are watch enthusiasts, included everyone from Malcolm Campbell,

Jo Siffert, Paul Newman,

Felipe Massa and many more, it says something about the emotional role time plays in their lives. It speaks volumes of the close connection between the worlds of cars and horology. At the most basic level, it is due to the need for a precision time keeper to benchmark competitors, while providing something resilient enough to withstand the open cockpit of the Mille Miglia in the pouring rain.

But on a high level it is about the role of precision engineering in both types of devices, that a symphony of gears turning can give an output that is so tangible, yet is not fully understood by the majority of users. It also nicely summarises the vast array of talents and the individuals that harness them, to produce something really incredible: from design and conception, to the many types of fabrication, onwards into testing, and eventual delivery, there are so many parallels between these worlds. Unsurprisingly, this has resulted in no shortage of collaborations, from a superficial situation of placing a logo on a dial and calling it a day, to more involved efforts, such as calling on a high profile driver to test the watch in action, or working together on a new space age material and its applications in each sector.


GILLES VILLENEUVE

The acrobat who drove at ten tenths.

It is sometimes the case that even the greatest competitor doesn't win a title that is sorely deserved, and in the process prove that it is not always the best benchmark of success. Gilles Villeneuve, widely considered to be one of the greatest drivers of his generation, no easy feat when competing against the likes of Lauda, Hunt, Mass, Peterson, Andretti, Regazzoni, was widely revered by all those around him.

He enamoured fans and built up an incredible

Born in Canada and finding his love for motorsport early, as well as being a world championship winning snowmobile racer, Villeneuve also found success in Formula Ford. Following an impressive performance against James Hunt when they both raced in Formula Atlantic in 1976, Villeneuve was introduced to McLaren, but was passed up in place of Patrick Tambay. Not long after he received a call summoning him to Maranello, and with Enzo Ferrari recognising elements of the great Tazio Nuvolari, later referring to him as the "acrobat", he was signed.

orders and passed Jody Scheckter, but in the event

following with his spectacular no-limits driving style. A firm believer that he would win races by being the fastest through every corner of every lap, he would push his 312 to breaking point on multiple occasions when driving for Ferrari. An unpretentious man, he may well have been world champion in 1979 if he had ignored team they would finish 1st and 2nd in the championship that season. Due to uncompetitive cars in the 1980 and 1981 seasons, sadly Villeneuve would pass away before he had another shot at the title; during qualifying at Zolder in 1982, Villeneuve collided at high speed with a slow moving Jochen Mass and was thrown from the car. Serendipitously, Gilles’ son, Jacques, would win the Formula One World Championship in 1997.


843

EBERHARD SPLIT SECONDS

A highly attractive and rare yellow gold split-seconds chronograph wristwatch with stop function, snail-shaped tachymeter scale and telemeter scale

MANUFACTURER

Eberhard

YEAR

Circa 1940s

CASE NO.

1’948

MATERIAL

18K yellow gold

CALIBRE

Manual, Valjoux 86, 16’’’, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Leather

CLASP/BUCKLE

Gold-plated buckle

DIMENSIONS

39.5 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial and movement signed

ESTIMATE HKD 350,000 - 520,000 USD 45,000 - 65,000 E b e r h a r d ,精 細 及 罕 有 ,1 8 K 黃 金 腕 錶 ,配 追 針 計 時 功 能 , 約1940年 代 製

The present watch is fitted with an interesting and rarely seen implementation of the split-seconds chronograph complication. The start, stop and reset functions are all controlled by a single push piece that is integrated into the winding crown. The top pusher is responsible for the split-seconds function, meant to measure intermediate times without interrupting the timekeeping of an event. Appearing to look like a third chronograph pusher, the lower pusher at 4 o’clock instead works as a "stop and lock" mechanism controlled by simply sliding the bottom button up towards the crown. When the slide is moved upwards, the precise time is protected, and can be recorded by the user. The lock prevents the accidental actuation of the chronograph’s pushers that would result in losing the measurement. With its 39.5-mm case, this watch stands out from the crowd of its counterparts of the time, when smaller cases were considered to be the standard. Housed in an oversized 18K yellow gold case, the watch stands out with its extraordinary good looks. The case is well preserved, retaining crisp edges and sharp lines along the stepped bezel and lugs, illustrating how carefully it was worn over its 75year life.


844

PATEK PHILIPPE REF. 1463

An extremely rare and highly attractive pink gold chronograph wristwatch with two-tone dial and tachymeter scale

MANUFACTURER

Patek Philippe

YEAR

1952

REFERENCE NO.

1463

MOVEMENT NO.

868’507

CASE NO.

672’787

MODEL NAME

Tasti Tondi

MATERIAL

18K pink gold

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 13''', 23 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Alligator

CLASP/BUCKLE

18K pink gold Patek Philippe buckle

DIMENSIONS

35 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and buckle signed

ESTIMATE HKD 2,300,000 - 4,000,000 USD 300,000 - 500,000

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch in 1952 and its subsequent sale on September 10, 1954 百達 翡 麗 , 「 T as t i

Tondi 」型 號 1 4 6 3 ,極 度 罕 有 及 非 常 精 美 ,1 8 K 玫瑰金腕錶,配計時

功能 ﹑ 「 T w o- t one」錶 盤 和 旋 入 式 後 底 蓋 ,約 1 9 5 2 年 製 。附 後 補 證 書


Within the vintage watches collecting community, there are trophy timepieces considered to be the culmination of any collection, and the Patek Philippe reference 1463 chronograph is worthy of this honour. Released in circa 1940, and produced for the next 25 years, the model was the earliest vintage waterproof chronograph wristwatch serially produced by Patek Philippe. One can say that reference 1463 was Patek Philippe’s first sports chronograph designed for a modern society with an increasing interest in outdoor activities, as it featured a screw-down back and a revised design for the pushers to improve water resistance. The reference 1463 is not only functionally competent, but also aesthetically compelling. The majestic grandeur of the 18K pink gold case and

buckle of this particular example, is the ultimate proof that good taste never goes out of style. Atop the grand and sophisticated two-tone dial, the present example comprises of elegant dauphine hands applied hour markers and hard enamel for the signature and outer scales. The majority of reference 1463 watches were cased in yellow gold, although some were cased in steel and even more scarce were examples in pink gold — such as the present timepiece. The archival information from the manufacturer confirms that the watch was produced in 1952 and based on our research is fresh to the auction market. Preserved in wonderful condition, this remarkable example offers unparalleled exclusivity and beauty, and is deserving of a prominent position in any important collection.


845

UNIVERSAL GENEVE TRI-COMPAX

A fine and very rare stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with triple calendar, moon phases, bracelet, guarantee and presentation box MANUFACTURER

Universal Geneve

YEAR

1966

REFERENCE NO.

881101/02

CASE NO.

2’471’956

MODEL NAME

Tri-Compax

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 281, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Gay Frères/Universal stainless steel bracelet, endlinks stamped UP, max length 190 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Gay Frères/Universal stainless steel deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

36 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 150,000 - 320,000 USD 20,000 - 40,000 宇宙, 「 T r i - C o m p a x 」型 號 8 8 1 1 0 1 / 0 2 ,精 細 及 非 常 罕 有 , 精 鋼 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 、全 曆 和月相 顯 示 ,1 9 6 6 年 製 。 附保 證 書 和 錶 盒

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Universal Geneve certificate of guarantee signed by a Japanese retailer, blank registration card, service manual, Universal Geneve azure presentation box and outer packaging To commemorate their golden jubilee anniversary in 1944, Universal Genève released the TriCompax as the new flagship model. The TriCompax gets its name from the three complications featured in the watch — triple calendar (day, date and month), chronograph and moon phases. The watch is by all means one of the most groundbreaking chronograph wristwatches of the period. With so much going on, the beauty of the TriCompax is how perfectly balanced and legible the dial is. The registers are well-proportioned, among the hour markers accented by luminous hour plots. The Tri-Compax reference 881101 is often referred to by the name of the famous person who wore it — none other than celebrated guitarist Eric Clapton. The present Tri-Compax, made in 1966 and confirmed by the manufacturer, is from the second series of the legendary reference, featuring a bright red chronograph hand. The luminous materials on the dial are intact, and react well under the UV light. Most notably, the watch is also complimented by a vintage azure presentation box, papers, and comes with a stainless steel strap manufactured by Gay Frères. In this complete condition, this watch is an excellent example of an early execution of this iconic model.


846

HEUER REF. 1133B MONACO

A very fine and rare square shaped stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with date, warranty, box and additional bracelet

MANUFACTURER

Heuer

YEAR

Circa 1969

REFERENCE NO.

1133B

MOVEMENT NO.

863'094

CASE NO.

163’692

MODEL NAME

Monaco, "McQueen"

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 11, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Leather

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Heuer buckle 45.5 mm length,

DIMENSIONS

44 mm width Case, dial, movement

SIGNED

and buckle signed ESTIMATE HKD 120,000 - 200,000 USD 15,000 - 25,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Heuer warranty signed by a retailer in Zurich , Heuer red presentation box and Heuer stainless steel bracelet 豪雅 , 「 M onac o,

M c Q u e e n 」型 號 1 1 3 3 B ,十 分 精 細 及 罕

有 ,精 鋼 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 和日期 顯 示 ,約 1 9 6 9 年 製 。 附保 證 書 ﹑錶 盒 和 配 件

Introduced to the world in 1969, the Heuer Monaco was one of the first self-winding chronograph wristwatches available in the market. Along with the Zenith El Primero and the Seiko 6139, these chronograph watches were at the vanguard of pioneering design and technology of the 1960s. With its attention-grabbing square case, the watch was named after the famous principality that hosts the Formula One street circuit, and most notably worn on the silver screen by none other than the legendary Steve McQueen in the 1971 classic film ‘Le Mans’. The present example of Heuer’s legendary Monaco model is preserved in exceptional condition, still retaining the original Heuer sticker on the caseback. It also comes with a red presentation box, an additional stainless steel bracelet and stamped warranty. The mid-20th century is generally deemed to be the golden era of chronograph wristwatches, and a Heuer Monaco is a crucial addition in the evolution of any collection — a grail watch for discerning collectors seeking to own one of the most prestigious and ground- breaking watches ever made by Heuer, acquired during the 50th anniversary year of the revolutionary models introduction.


847

HEUER REF. 1163 AUTAVIA 'SIFFERT'

A rare and attractive stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with silver dial, black registers and date

MANUFACTURER

Heuer

YEAR

Circa 1970

REFERENCE NO.

1163T

CASE NO.

204'341

MODEL NAME

Autavia, 'Siffert'

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 11, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Leather

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Heuer buckle

DIMENSIONS

42 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial and movement signed

ESTIMATE HKD 80,000 - 150,000 USD 10,000 - 20,000 豪雅, 「 A u t a v i a 」型 號 1 1 6 3 T ,罕 有 及 精 細 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦 鏈帶 腕 錶 ,配「 J o 1970年 製

S iffe rt 」錶 盤 、計 時 功 能 和日期 顯 示 ,約

A result of the contraction of the two words "Automobil" and "Aviation", the Autavia was Heuer’s tribute to automobile race. In the 1960s and 70s, Autavia models were hugely popular, and today some of them are referred to amongst collectors by their ambassador’s name. This is the case with the present reference 1163T that became famous as the watch worn by Swiss double Formula 1 Grand Prix champion, Jo Siffert. The present watch, featuring a tachymeter scale, two black registers on a silver dial and a date, is the exact same version as the one Jo Siffert wore. With a so-called 3rd execution dial, the watch is fitted with a blue chronograph hand that wondrously matches the color of the indexes. The newly redesigned stainless steel hour markers feature the same black stripes as found on the hands. Housing a self-winding caliber 11, this watch is the perfect tool watch for racecar drivers around the world. Presented in exceptionally excellent condition, with the factory sticker still retained on the case back and a very charismatic perforated leather strap, this powerful chronograph should take the pole position in any watch collection dedicated to motorsports. Literature: Reference 1163T "Siffert" - 3rd Execution Dial is illustrated in Heuer Autavia Chronographs 19621985 by Richard Crosthwaite & Paul Gavin, pp. 126-127.


848

TUDOR REF. 7031/0 MONTE CARLO

A fine and very rare stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with date and bracelet

MANUFACTURER

Tudor

YEAR

Circa 1971

REFERENCE NO.

7031/0

CASE NO.

756’799

MODEL NAME

Monte Carlo, 'Home Plate'

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 7734, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Tudor Oyster bracelet, max length 205 mm Stainless steel Tudor

CLASP/BUCKLE

folding deployant clasp DIMENSIONS

40 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 310,000 - 620,000 USD 40,000 - 80,000 帝舵 , 「 M ont e

C ar lo,

Home

P l a t e 」型 號 7 0 3 1 / 0 ,精

細 及 十 分 罕 有 ,精 鋼 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 和日期 顯 示 ,約 1971年 製

The present watch is a wondrous execution of the Tudor Oysterdate Chronograph with 40-mm case, screw down pushers, and the very iconic "Monte Carlo" dial, a nickname given as the dial is reminiscent of the casino chips from the city. The dial configuration of the present watch is also dubbed as a "home-plate"" dial due to the its design resembling a home plate in baseball games. The present example is preserved in excellent condition. With sharp bevels, the lugs are thick and well-defined. The luminous materials on the hour markers have turned a warm yellow hue, perfectly matching the hands. Extremely rare and made for the Japanese market, the bracelet is conceivably original and highly distinctive, as it matches with the ones pictured in vintage advertisements. The rarity of this timepiece cannot be overstated: of course, it is one of the rarest Monte-Carlos ever created and a crown jewel for the discerning vintage sports watch collector.


849

RICHARD MILLE RM005 FELIPE MASSA

A very fine limited edition titanium tonneau-shaped wristwatch with sweep center seconds, semi-instantaneous date aperture, warranty and box, numbered 89 of a limited edition of 300 pieces

MANUFACTURER

Richard Mille

YEAR

Circa 2007

REFERENCE NO.

RM005-1

MOVEMENT NO.

2243

CASE NO.

089

MODEL NAME

Felipe Massa AG TI

MATERIAL

Titanium

CALIBRE

Automatic

BRACELET/STRAP

Rubber

CLASP/BUCKLE

Titanium Richard Mille buckle 45 mm length x

DIMENSIONS

37.8 mm width Case, dial, movement

SIGNED

and buckle signed ESTIMATE HKD 180,000 - 400,000 USD 23,000 - 50,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Richard Mille warranty stamped by TJI – Las Vegas, portfolio, product literature, presentation box and outer packaging R i c har d M ille, 「 F elip e M a ssa AG T I」型 號 R M 0 0 5 -1 , 十 分 精 細 ,限 量 版

金 屬 酒 桶 形 腕 錶 ,配中心 秒 針 和 半 瞬 時

日期 顯 示 ,限 量 發 行 3 0 0 枚 ,編 號 第 8 9 號 ,約 2 0 0 7 年 製 。附 錶盒 、保 證 書 和 配 件

The rise to fame of Richard Mille and the huge success the brand has seen would be hard to believe if it had not take place before our very eyes. With its first watches having gone on sale less than 20 years ago, it is incredible to see the long wait lists for its models, and the most complicated references being specially developed with celebrities from Rafael Nadal and Bubba Watson, to Sylvester Stallone and Jackie Chan. The quest for exceptional quality and perfection is the constant driving force behind Richard Mille, and RM-005 is an epitome of such brand philosophy. Debuted in 2004, RM005 was the brand’s first automatic wristwatch and was offered in a variety of case materials during its production run. One of the most distinctive is the version shown here in its All Grey finish, and yellow inner bezel, and colourful accents to the dial, produced especially for the former Ferrari Formula One driver Filipe Massa. The present watch is numbered 89 of a limited edition of 300 pieces, and is offered in excellent condition completed with box and papers.


850

RICHARD MILLE RM11 FELIPE MASSA

A highly attractive and very rare limited edition carbon tonneau-shaped flyback chronograph wristwatch with date, original warranty and presentation box, limited edition of 10 pieces, specially made for the Japanese market MANUFACTURER

Richard Mille

YEAR

Circa 2014

REFERENCE NO.

RM011 AMCA-JAP

MOVEMENT NO.

3'541

CASE NO.

3'545

MODEL NAME

Felipe Massa

MATERIAL

Carbon

CALIBRE

Automatic

BRACELET/STRAP

Rubber

CLASP/BUCKLE

Titanium Richard Mille deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

50 mm length x 44.5 mm width

SIGNED ESTIMATE HKD 785,000 - 1,200,000 USD 100,000 - 150,000

Case, dial, movement and clasp signed

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Richard Mille original warranty stamped by a Japanese retailer in 2014, Richard Mille winding presentation box, product literature, additional Richard Mille rubber strap and outer packaging R i c har d M ille, 「 F elipe M a ssa 」型 號 R M 0 1 1 A M C A JA P ,十 分 精 細 及 罕 有 ,限 量 版 超 輕 碳 纖 維自動 上 弦 腕 錶 ,配 飛 返 計 時 功 能 和日期 顯 示 ,限 量 發 行 1 0 枚 ,約 2 0 1 4 年 製 。附 原裝 證 書 和 錶 盒 ,特 別 為日本 市 場 限 量 生 產

Marking a turning point in the history for the brand, RM011 is one of the most successful and demanded models since its launch in 2007. A limited edition of 10 pieces, the present watch was specifically manufactured for the Japanese market, and is the first time that the model is offered at auction, to our best knowledge. With this special edition model, Richard Mille took the RM11-03 to a greater height, emphasizing changes to the case making the structural lines more geometrical, cutouts are more clearly visible to give a strong impression. Adding another element of collectability, the present watch incorporates a flyback mechanism which enables the wearer to reset the watch without stopping it. All in all, the watch has a modish appeal and is an example of uncompromising quality and desirability. It is a timepiece that any watch connoisseur will treasure.


851

ROLEX REF. 16520 DAYTONA '4 LINER'

A fine and extremely rare stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with bracelet, guarantee and presentation box

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1990

REFERENCE NO.

16520, case back stamped 16500

CASE NO.

L244’658

MODEL NAME

Cosmograph Daytona '4 liner'

MATERIAL

Stainless steel Automatic, cal. 4030,

CALIBRE

31 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet stamped 78360, endlinks stamped 503, max length 190 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex

ACCESSORIES Accompanied by Rolex guarantee stamped by Oeding-Erdel punched with matching numbers, product literature, green presentation box and outer packaging Housing a "Mark II" black dial, the present lot was made two years after reference 16520 was introduced. The present lot is fitted with a highly attractive and uncommon "Mark II" black dial in excellent condition. There are several characteristics that make the "Mark II" widely revered nowadays. First of all, the dial configuration was only made for a limited period of time and fitted on very few early L serial 16520 Daytonas, making it an extremely scarce configuration to own. Additionally, the lettering "Officially Certified" is left out of the dial, a trait that distinguishes this dial from the previous Mark I design.

deployant clasp stamped N4 & 78360 DIMENSIONS

39 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 200,000 - 280,000 USD 25,000 - 35,000 勞力士 , 「 C os mogr ap h D a y t o n a 」型 號 1 6 5 2 0 ,精 細 及 非 常罕有,精鋼自動上弦鏈帶腕錶,配計時功能,約1990年製 。附 錶 盒和 保 證 書

Most noticeably, the "Cosmograph" designation is now together with the rest of the writing on the top of the dial, different from the earlier "floating cosmograph" design. The subsidiary dials contain the same characteristics as the Mark I dial, such as the upside down "6" digit on the lower subsidiary register. The present watch is fitted with a "Mark II" bezel, with scale up to 400 units/hour with measurements at intervals of 1 unit up to 100 and intermediate at 225 and 250, which is period correct for the L serial. This watch has been preserved in excellent condition with full proportions and a crisp case, with its original caseback sticker still retained.


852

ROLEX REF. 16520 DAYTONA 'PORCELAIN'

An attractive and very rare stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with "Floating Cosmograph" white porcelain dial, bracelet, guarantee, hang tag and presentation box MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1988

REFERENCE NO.

16520, case back stamped 16500

CASE NO.

R786’973

MODEL NAME

Cosmograph Daytona

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 4030, 31 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet stamped 78360, endlinks stamped 503, max length 210 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster deployant clasp stamped 78360

DIMENSIONS

39 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 620,000 - 1,200,000 USD 80,000 - 160,000 勞力士 , 「 C os mog r ap h D a y t o n a 」型 號 1 6 5 2 0 ,精 美 及 非 常 罕 有 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 及「 F l o a t i n g C o s m o g r a p h 」白色 陶 瓷 錶 盤 ,約 1 9 8 8 年 製 。附 證 書 ﹑配 件 及錶 盒

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Rolex guarantee dated January 20, 1989 stamped by the retailer Orologeria Verga, Rolex green fitted presentation box, Rolex hang tag, product literature and outer packaging Bearing a "R" case number, the present watch is one of the earliest executions of the reference 16520, Rolex’s first serially manufactured automatic chronograph wristwatch. Likely the most aweinspiring element of the watch — the rare "Mark I" white porcelain dial exhibits a beautiful luster unmissable by its beholder. With the "Cosmograph" lettering separated from the other four lines of text, the "Floating Cosmograph" design pops out from the gorgeously crafted dial. The eye is drawn from the dial to the finely preserved stainless steel case which is in immaculate condition. Today, the porcelain dial version with R serial has become hugely coveted amongst watch collectors due to its rarity. This watch also features a period-correct bezel which is marked until the unit of 200. Accompanied by a Rolex box and guarantee stamped by the prestegious retailer Orologeria Verga that was founded in Milan in 1945, the present lot is a great addition to any collection.


853

ROLEX REF. 16528 DAYTONA 'PORCELAIN'

A fine and very rare yellow gold chronograph wristwatch with "Floating Cosmograph" white porcelain dial, bracelet, guarantee and presentation box

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1988

REFERENCE NO.

16528, inner caseback stamped 16500

CASE NO.

R985’280

MODEL NAME

Cosmograph Daytona

MATERIAL

18K yellow gold

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 4030, 31 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

18K yellow gold Rolex Oyster bracelet, max length 190 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

18K yellow gold Rolex deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

39 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 620,000 - 1,200,000 USD 80,000 - 160,000 勞力士, 「 C o s m o g r a p h D a y t o n a 」型 號 1 6 5 2 8 ,精 美 及 非 常 罕 有 ,1 8 K 黃 金 自 動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 及 「Flo at ing 附證 書 及 錶 盒

C os mogr a ph」白色 陶 瓷 錶 盤 ,約 1 9 8 8 年 製 。

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Rolex guarantee punched with matching numbers, Rolex presentation box, leather wallet, product literature and calendar of 1989 and 1990 Fitted in an awe-inspiring 18K yellow gold case, the current wristwatch stands out with its wonderful "Mark I" white porcelain dial. One of the most desired configurations today, a number of unique characteristics contribute to the fervent following towards the "Mark 1" design. Most remarkably, the "Cosmograph" lettering is separated from the other four lines of text "Rolex, Oyster Perpetual, Superlative Chronometer, Officially Certified", contributing to its "Floating Cosmograph" moniker. Today, the porcelain dial with serial R has become hugely popular amongst watch collectors due to its rarity. This watch also features a period-correct 18K yellow gold bezel which was marked till the unit of 200. Being from the very first R-series, the present example is accompanied by a guarantee punched with matching numbers, box, in addition to other accessories.


854

ROLEX REF. 6264 'PAUL NEWMAN'

A highly rare, attractive and well-preserved stainless steel chronograph with "Paul Newman" white dial, tachymeter bezel and bracelet

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1969

REFERENCE NO.

6264, inner caseback stamped 6241 & C.R.S

CASE NO.

2’425’681

MODEL NAME

Cosmograph Daytona,

Amongst all of the Cosmograph Daytona references, the ref. 6264 is generally regarded as one of the most exclusive and rarest that were ever serially manufactured by Rolex. In production for a few years in the early 1970s together with its sister model the ref. 6262, these two models were fitted with the upgraded Valjoux movement cal. 727.

"Paul Newman" MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 727, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet, stamped 7205, endlinks stamped 60, max length 200mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex deployant clasp, stamped 3.71

DIMENSIONS

37 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 1,600,000 - 3,200,000 USD 200,000 - 400,000 勞力士 , 「 C os mog r ap h D a y t o n a 」型 號 6 2 6 4 ,非 常 罕 有 及 十分 精 細 ,精 鋼 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 和「 P a u l N e wm a n 」 白色 錶 盤 ,約 1969年 製

The luminous dots of this example have aged to a pleasing warm creamy tone, making the present lot an indelibly eye-catching and attractive wristwatch. The condition and quality of the watch are outstanding, which posit this "Paul Newman" at the very top of the tree. The rarity, well-preserved quality, and absolutely stunning dial allow the present watch to be one of the most collectable "Paul Newman" Daytonas to appear on the market. Intriguingly, the present watch is only 27 numbers away from the example sold at the Hong Kong Watch Auction: SIX.


855

ROLEX REF. 6262 DAYTONA 'CHERRY'

A very fine and attractive stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with black "cherry" dial and bracelet

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1969

REFERENCE NO.

6262, caseback stamped 6239

CASE NO.

2’379’278

MODEL NAME

Cosmograph Daytona

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 727, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet stamped 7835 & 19, endlinks stamped 271, max length 190 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

37 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 620,000 - 1,200,000 USD 80,000 - 150,000 勞力士 , 「 C o s m o g r a p h D a y t o n a 」型 號 6 2 6 2 ,非 常 精 細 , 精鋼鏈帶腕錶,配計時功能和「Cherry」黑色錶盤,1969年製

Rolex's wonderful motorsports chronograph is a winner in any variant — vintage or modern. Beginning at the end of the 1960s, Rolex began manufacturing the references 6262 and 6264. This new generation of Daytonas featured on the 6262 a steel bezel, and on the 6264 a black plastic bezel. Reference 6262 and its sister model 6264 are the last references of the Daytona with pump pushers. The reference was fitted with new calibre 727, which improved the accuracy, increasing the vibration per hour from 18,000 to 21,600. The present Daytona is highlighted by the large red Daytona signature atop the lower subsidiary dial. The piece is further enhanced with its overall attractive condition, and is fresh to the auction market. Most importantly, the present watch features a stunning black "cherry" dial which gives the watch a uniquely beautiful appearance. This stunning 6262 looks stunning and well-preserved even though it has just celebrated its 48th birthday.


856

ROLEX REF. 6262 DAYTONA 'TROPICAL'

A highly attractive and rare stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with "tropical" subsidiary dials

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1970

REFERENCE NO.

6262, inner caseback stamped 6239 & C.R.S

CASE NO.

2’533’437

MODEL NAME

Cosmograph Daytona

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 727, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Leather

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel buckle

DIMENSIONS

36.5 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial and movement signed

ESTIMATE HKD 620,000 - 1,200,000 USD 80,000 - 150,000 勞力士 , 「 C os mog r ap h

D a y t o n a 」型 號 6 2 6 2 ,非 常 精 細

及 罕 有 ,精 鋼 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 和「 T r o p i c a l 」棕 色 子 盤 ,約 1970年 製

The present example here, is a fine wristwatch with many finer details. The subsidiary dials have turned tropical, presenting us with an alluring tone of tawny brown, giving the wristwatch an almost climatic appearance which perfectly contrasts with the silvered dial. The Daytona signature is clearly visible atop the lower subsidiary dial. Both the dial and the case of the present watch are preserved in superb condition. With its overall excellent condition and striking dial, the present timepiece is sure to please all who sees its attractive and unique look. As the ref. 6262 was only produced for a year, this model is a highly collectible variation of the Daytona series.


857

ROLEX REF. 6241 'PAUL NEWMAN'

An extremely rare, beautiful and well-preserved yellow gold chronograph wristwatch with champagne "Paul Newman" dial, bracelet and box

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1968

REFERENCE NO.

6241

CASE NO.

1’947’419

MODEL NAME

Cosmograph Daytona, "Paul Newman"

MATERIAL

18K yellow gold

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 722-1, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

18K yellow gold Rolex bracelet, endlinks stamped 57, max length 200 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

18K yellow gold Rolex deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

36.5 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 2,100,000 - 4,000,000 USD 270,000 - 500,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied with a Rolex presentation box 勞力士 , 「 C os mog r ap h D a y t o n a 」型 號 6 2 4 1 ,非 常 罕 有 及 極 度 精美,18K 黃金腕錶, 配計 時 功 能 及 香 檳 色「 P au l N e wm a n 」錶 盤 ,約 1 9 6 8 年 製 。附 錶 盒


Exquisite, exemplary and extraordinary, it would not be an overstatement to call the present timepiece a fine artwork for the wrist. The present watch is particularly desirable with a gorgeous champagnecolored dial and 18K yellow gold case, conferring a perfectly luxurious flair onto the watch. Donning an awe-inspiring "Paul Newman" dial with gold indexes and sunken subsidiary registers, this timepiece is one of the most majestic iterations of the vintage Daytona line. "Paul Newman" dials are highly prized among connoisseurs today, making this execution an incredibly rare masterpiece from the 1960s. Our research suggests that about 2000 examples were made in stainless steel, 300 in 18K yellow gold and

400 in 14K gold during the production run from 1966 to 1969. Created over half a century ago, the present watch is still extremely beautiful, with its wondrous state of preservation. The case and the dial are crisp and well defined, with very light traces of gentle wear seen on the original satin surfaces. This grand Paul Newman Daytona is by all means a trophy watch that would please even the most discerning Daytona collectors. Literature For a similar example, please see Pucci Papaleo, Ultimate Rolex Daytona Editions, pp. 252 - 255


858

ROLEX REF. 6241 'PAUL NEWMAN'

An iconic, rare and highly attractive stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with black "Paul Newman" dial and bracelet

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1967

REFERENCE NO.

6241, repeated in the inner caseback with C.R.S.

CASE NO.

1’767’539

MODEL NAME

Cosmograph Daytona, "Paul Newman"

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 722-1, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet stamped 7205, end links stamped 60, max length 190 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

37.5mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 930,000 - 1,400,000 USD 120,000 - 180,000 勞力士 , 「 C os mog r ap h D a y t o n a 」型 號 6 2 4 1 ,非 常 罕 有 及 十分 精 細 ,精 鋼 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 和「 P a u l N e wm a n 」 錶盤 ,約 1967年 製

Today, the ref. 6241 with the "Paul Newman" stepped exotic dial configuration is among the most coveted grail watches, appreciated by aficionados for its rarity, quality and celebrated history. The ref. 6241 was produced approximately between 1966 and 1969. Scholars estimate that less than 3000 examples were produced during the reference’s production run, and only a small portion of them were fitted with "Paul Newman" dials. The present watch is distinguished by its excellent condition and quality. The case is kept in overall excellent condition. The scale marks on the black bezel is still clearly visible. The numbers between the lugs are also crisp and clear. Kept in similarly great condition is the dial, with the cherry-red "Daytona" designation pops out from the ebony dial.


859

ROLEX REF. 6234 PRE-DAYTONA

An extremely rare and highly attractive stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with black glossy dial, tachymeter and telemeter scales MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1960

REFERENCE NO.

6234

CASE NO.

530’467

MODEL NAME

Oyster Chronograph, "Pre-Daytona"

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 72B, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Leather

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel buckle

DIMENSIONS

36 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial and movement signed

ESTIMATE HKD 2,000,000 - 4,000,000 USD 250,000 - 500,000 勞力士 , 「 O y s t er

C h r o n o g ra ph,

P re -D a y t o n a 」型 號

6 2 3 4 ,十 分 罕 有 及 精 細 ,精 鋼 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 和 黑 色 錶 盤,約 1960年 製 。


First introduced in 1955, the ref. 6234 "pre-Daytona" was, and is still considered to be one of the most desired model within the Rolex Oyster chronograph family. The present lot, with its well-preserved black glossy dial with tachymeter and telemeter scales, makes it one of the most awe-striking executions of the reference to appear on the market in recent years.

Its dial showcases both telemeter and tachymeter scales along its outer circle. The watch is presented with a finely kept oyster case, showcasing a design that is ever so appealing and eye catching. Examples of any reference 6234 presented in such excellent condition are few and far between. With its extraordinary black dial, the present lot is certainly a trophy for the collector of vintage Rolex sport watches.


LAWN

Watches for more than just telling the time.

There has long been an association of complicated wristwatches with horse racing, especially in Hong Kong. The owners of many of the top horses inevitably have the means to acquire the most important references from the most prestigious manufacturers, with many of them building up extensive and important collections. The obvious choice is a chronograph from Patek Philippe, able to time their horse as it runs the course, but also to indicate a level of access with ones retailed of choice in Hong Kong, be it Eldorado, Emperor, or King Fook. It is easy to imagine two member of the Hong Kong high-society 'old money' in 1986 watching the racing from the voting members box at Shatin, and comparing notes on the recently discontinued reference 2499 and the newly introduced reference 3970.

Equestrian sports aren't the only thing to take place on turf of course, and it is in these other disciplines where the art of a presentation watch surfaces regularly. Be it a regional tournament, or a pinnacle of excellence such as the Masters or Wimbledon, pieces to commemorate a great achievement or a particular event. In a similar vein, there are those watches that a present from superstars of their discipline to the people that support them. It is a privilage to include such a watch from someone who had such a huge influence on the history of Hong Kong. While few of these watches are wore 'in action' for their specific disciplines, it certainly does not diminish the emotional connection for the owner, perhaps even elevating it due to the monumental moments that they are present for.


SILENT WITNESS

A dominant force in Hong Kong horse racing

While it may seem curious to be writing a profile of a thoroughbred racehorse, there are few that have been quite so dominant in recent years as Silent Witness, and it seems especially fitting given his connection and embodiment of the spirit of Hong Kong, during an incredible period marking the rise of the SAR's own racehorses on the international stage, a particularly proud achievement for the Hong Kong Jockey Club. Ranked the world's fastest sprinter three years in a row in the World Thoroughbred Racehorse Rankings of the International Federation of Horseracing Authorities, voted Hong Kong Horse of the Year twice in a row, earning over USD 8 million during his career, and amassing a spectacular 17 successive victories from his first start, by all measures Silent Witness was dominant.

Foaled in New South Wales in 1999 and arriving in Hong Kong three years later, his victories came thick and fast from the beginning. Beyond Hong Kong, Silent Witness also saw success in Japan, winning the prestigious Sprinters Stakes in 2005. Owned by Arthur Antonio and Betty de Silva, trained by Tony Cruz, and ridden by Felix Coetzee, Silent Witness helped to attract further international attention to the Hong Kong racing scene through his incredible success. Although now retired and back in Australia, Silent Witness will always be remembered by horse racing fans in Hong Kong, thanks to a life-size statue of him at Sha Tin Racecourse, unveiled during the 125th anniversary of the Hong Kong Jockey Club in 2009.


860

UNIVERSAL GENEVE POLEROUTER

A very rare and historically interesting yellow gold-plated stainless steel wristwatch with sweep center seconds and a letter of provenance, formerly owned by legendary actor and martial artist Bruce Lee MANUFACTURER

Universal Geneve

YEAR

Circa 1950

MODEL NAME

Polerouter

MATERIAL

Yellow gold-plated stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 215, 28 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Leather

CLASP/BUCKLE

Metallic buckle with patina

DIMENSIONS

35 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial and movement signed

ESTIMATE HKD 80,000 - 150,000 USD 10,000 - 20,000 LOT OFFERED WITH NO RESERVE

ACCESSORIES A letter of provenance written and signed by Mark Ashton-Jackson, son of Herb Jackson, attesting that the watch was a gift from Bruce Lee to his father. Also accompanied by a period photograph of Lee wearing his signature aviator sunglasses. 宇宙, 「 P o l e r o u t e r 」,非 常 罕 有 及 獨 特 ,精 鋼 鍍 黃 金 腕 錶 ,配中心 秒 針 ,為 著 名 武 術 大師 李 小 龍 的 藏 品 ,1950 年 代 製 。附 證 明 信 件


Considered one of the greatest and most influential martial artists ever, Bruce Lee was also an actor and director who found stardom in both the East and West. He was, in short, a cultural icon of the 20th century.

former owner confirming that Lee gifted the watch to his father, Herb Jackson, one of Lee's earliest students and later a close friend. The letter further states the watch was owned and worn by Lee, who gave it to Jackson around 1968.

Lee battled giants in the realm of martial arts, in real life and on film, and founded his own school of martial arts, Jeet Kune Do. Along the way he conquered both social and cultural barriers, and even today is hailed for having transformed the perception of Asian actors in the West.


Further enhancing the provenance, the exact same timepiece was featured in a profile of Jackson published in Jeet Kune Do magazine in 2001. The story not only detailed Jackson's experience as a student and friend of Lee, illustrated with the custom training equipment Jackson built for Lee, but also featured exact same Universal Genève wristwatch, described as "a watch that Bruce gave to Herb".

Decades after his death, Lee continues to shape popular culture - Time magazine named him one of the 100 most influential people of the 20th century in 1999. And in 2005, a larger than life bronze statue of Lee was unveiled in Hong Kong, right on the water's edge and facing the city's famous Victoria Harbour. Throughout his epic career, Lee was photographed on multiple occasions with a wristwatch. Notably, Lee, who was also famed for his distinctive personal style, usually had his watches on a cuff-style leather strap, presumably his favourite way to wear a wristwatch. Lee's selection of timepieces includes this very Universal Genève Polerouter, once owned and worn by the legend himself. Confirming the provenance of the watch, the present lot is accompanied by a letter from the

The incredible provenance of this historic timepiece is enriched by photos showing Lee wearing the watch, as far as one can see, when he was martial arts choreographer for The Wrecking Crew, a film produced in 1968, the same year the watch was given to Jackson. Lee was known to have owned an array of watches, with some having been presented to him on important occasions. More significant were Lee's own, personal watches, which he was known to gift to close friends and colleagues like Jackson. The present lot therefore presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own one of the most historically and culturally important watches we have ever had the privilege to offer.


861

PATEK PHILIPPE REF.5035R AC MILAN

A fine and rare limited edition pink gold wristwatch with annual calendar, sweep center seconds, certificate of origin and fitted presentation box, made to commemorate the 100th anniversary of A. C. Milan, numbered 89 of a limited edition of 100 pieces MANUFACTURER

Patek Philippe

YEAR

1999

REFERENCE NO.

5035R

MOVEMENT NO.

3'130'718

CASE NO.

4'060'120

MATERIAL

18K pink gold

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 315, 35 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Alligator

CLASP/BUCKLE

Patek Philippe 18K pink gold buckle

DIMENSIONS

37 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and buckle signed

ESTIMATE HKD 150,000 - 240,000 USD 20,000 - 30,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Certificate of Origin, Patek Philippe wooden presentation box, setting pin, product literature, leather envelope and outer packaging 百 達 翡 麗 ,型 號 5 0 3 5 R ,精 細 及 非 常 罕 有 ,限 量 版 1 8 K 玫 瑰 金自動 上 弦 腕 錶 ,配 年 曆 顯 示 和中心 秒 針 ,特 別 為 AC 米 蘭 足 球會 100週 年 製 作 ,1999 年 製 。附 錶 盒 和 原 裝 證 書

What might appear as an archetypical Patek Philippe modern annual calendar wristwatch is in fact an example of a limited edition model that was created to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Associazione Calcio Milan, commonly dubbed as A. C. Milan. By all means a legendary soccer club, A. C. Milan has spent its entire history, with the exception of the 1980–81 and 1982–83 seasons, in the top tier of Italian soccer, known as Serie A since 1929–30. 
 Numbered 89, the present example is from a limited edition of 100 pieces created in 1999 to celebrate the centenary of the fabled soccer club. The entire collection was reserved for club members only, and was not available to the general public. Preserved in overall excellent condition, the watch gives a very sophisticated and modern look to the wearer. It is also offered with fitted box with engraved commemorative medallion, setting pin, papers, certificate and outer packaging.


862

GIRARD-PERREGAUX OLIMPICO

A very rare and well-preserved stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with tachymeter scale, bracelet and certificate

MANUFACTURER

Girard-Perregaux

YEAR

1968

REFERENCE NO.

9075-AF

CASE NO.

953'189

MODEL NAME

Olimpico

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. Excelsior Park 40-68, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel bracelet, max length 190 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

39 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case and dial signed

ESTIMATE HKD 50,000 - 100,000 USD 6,000 - 12,000

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with original Girard-Perregaux guarantee stamped by Hotoy Ltd. and product literature 芝柏, 「 O l i m p i c o 」型 號 9 0 7 5 - A F ,非 常 罕 有 及 精 細 ,精 鋼 鏈帶 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 ,19 6 8 年 製 。附 原 裝 證 書

In the 1950s, Girard-Perregaux debuted the Olimpico series to celebrate the Olympic Games, and for the next 30 years the manufacturer released a different model every four years. The present watch, made in 1968, was Girard-Perregaux's commemorative endeavor dedicated to the 1968 Games in Mexico. In terms of its aesthetics, the combination of wondrously preserved luminous indexes, stepped case, and radiantly printed subsidiary registers form a harmonious caprice of wondrous colors. On the wrist, it looks very modern, given the thick lugs and the respectable 39mm case diameter. The movement fitted in this chronograph was made by Excelsior Park. The present chronograph is in excellent condition, with a certificate and product literature. Given the surging demand from connoisseurs for vintage chronographs, the present watch is an exclusive opportunity to own one of the finest and rarest Olimpicos to ever come to auction.


863

ROLEX REF. 6263 DAYTONA 'BIG RED'

An attractive and extremely rare stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with "1st Place – 1981 Rolex – J.B. Hudson Classic" case back and bracelet

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1979

REFERENCE NO.

6263

CASE NO.

5'847'038

MODEL NAME

Cosmograph Daytona,

The present lot is an exclusive trophy of triumph, speed and extraordinary fervor, both literally and figuratively speaking. This particular example is special and exceptional as the caseback is engraved with "1st Place – 1981 Rolex – J.B. Hudson Classic", which was most likely presented as a gift or a memento for achieving the 1st place at the Hudson Cup in 1981.

"Big Red" MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 727, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet stamped 78350 & 19, endlinks stamped 571, max length 185 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

The present Cosmograph Daytona appears to be fresh to market based on our research and is, by all means, a supreme grail for serious Daytona enthusiasts, displaying excellent with no indications of heavy wear.

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

37.5 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 400,000 - 780,000 USD 50,000 - 100,000 勞力士, 「 Cosmograph Daytona, Big Red」 型號6263 , 精美 及 非 常 罕 有 ,精 鋼 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,底 蓋 刻 有「 1 st

P l a ce

1 9 8 1 R o l e x – J . B . H u d s o n C l a s s i c 」,配 計 時 功 能 , 約19 79年 製

The ref. 6263 is arguably one of the most iconic manually wound chronograph wristwatches ever manufactured by Rolex, which was launched together with the ref. 6265 at the beginning of the 1970s. The only major difference which separates the 6263 and the 6265 is the bezel insert.


864

PATEK PHILIPPE REF. 1579

A very attractive and rare pink gold chronograph wristwatch with "spider" lugs, tachymeter scale, certificate of origin and presentation box, retailed by Freccero

MANUFACTURER

Patek Philippe

YEAR

1949

REFERENCE NO.

1579

MOVEMENT NO.

867'573

CASE NO.

654'222

MATERIAL

18K pink gold

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 13"', 23 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Leather

CLASP/BUCKLE

18K pink gold buckle

DIMENSIONS

36 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case and movement signed. Dial double signed Patek Philippe and Freccero

ESTIMATE HKD 780,000 - 1,560,000 USD 100,000 - 200,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Patek Philippe original certificate stamped by Freccero and brown presentation box. Further delivered with Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch in 1949 and its subsequent sale on December 15, 1949. 百 達 翡 麗 ,型 號 1 5 7 9 ,非 常 精 細 及 罕 有 ,1 8 K 玫 瑰 金 腕 錶 ,配 計 時 功 能 和「 S p i d e r Lugs 」蜘 蛛 錶 耳 ,由F r ec ce ro 銷 售 ,1 9 4 9 年 製 。附 錶 盒 ﹑證 書 和 後 補證書


A timeless model — the Patek Philippe reference 1579 is definitely one of Patek Philippe's sportier models from the late 1940s with a clean dial design, larger case, chronograph movement, and tachymeter scale. Introduced 7 years after the ref. 130, the ref. 1579 features a case that measures a full 3 mm larger than its preceding model, enabling better legibility in a sports event. The reference 1579 is immediately distinguished by its gorgeously faceted "spider lugs" ("anse a ragno" in Italian), thanks to the intriguing resemblance of the watch profile to the silhouette of an arachnid. While the appearance granted to the watch by the spider lugs is very attractive, equally unusual, and by all means unmissable, is its dial which is double signed by Patek Philippe and Freccero a

highly renowned South American retailer based in Montevideo, Uruguay which is still in business today. The dial configuration of the present watch belongs to the first series created by the manufacturer, with its applied Arabic numerals and baton hour markers. Only seven examples of reference 1579 in pink gold, including the present lot, have appeared to the market with the Freccero signature on the dial according to our records. Among these extremely rare pieces, only two of them have enamel indexes and this watch is the only known piece to come with its box and original certificate. The case retains its elegant angles, and has wondrously oxidized with an awe-inspiring layer of natural patina, not unlike a majestic testimony of time.


865

PATEK PHILIPPE REF. 5959

A very rare and highly attractive platinum split seconds chronograph wristwatch with Breguet numerals, certificate of origin, additional straps and fitted presentation box

MANUFACTURER

Patek Philippe

YEAR

Circa 2008

REFERENCE NO.

5959

MOVEMENT NO.

3'637'039

CASE NO.

4'414'144

MATERIAL

Platinum

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. CHR 27525PS, 27 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Crocodile

CLASP/BUCKLE

Platinum Patek Philippe buckle

DIMENSIONS

33 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case and movement signed

ESTIMATE HKD 1,250,000 - 1,800,000 USD 160,000 - 240,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Patek Philippe Certificate of Origin dated 2008, leather portfolio, photo, hang tag, product literature, additional crocodile leather strap, outer packaging and fitted presentation box

百 達 翡 麗 ,型 號 5 9 5 9 ,非 常 精 細 及 罕 有 ,鉑 金 腕 錶 ,配 追 針 計 時 功 能 和 寶 璣 字 時 標 ,約 2 0 0 8 年 製 。附 證 書 ﹑備 用錶 帶 及 錶盒

Debuted in 2005, reference 5959 was created to pay homage to Patek Philippe's highly complex timepieces in the late 1920s. The reference was produced in platinum only and houses the brand's very first completely in-house chronograph movement featuring a 60-minute chronograph register. The watch is fitted with a white dial and adorned with black Breguet numerals, exuding an unmissable vibe of debonair sophistication. Inside the platinum case, the split seconds chronograph mechanism comes to life in the hands of the brand's master watchmakers. In the realm of sports, splitsecond chronographs are widely used in horse races. During a race, watches with a split-second chronograph movement can measure two time intervals at once, meaning that lap times can be recorded with the split-second hand. The watch is today considered a classic and has an increasing popularity and demand amongst collectors. The present watch is not only completed with all accessories and in like new condition, but is also fresh to the market.


866

PATEK PHILIPPE REF. 5960A BLACK DIAL

A very rare and well-preserved stainless steel annual calendar chronograph wristwatch with black dial, power reserve, day and night indicator, certificate of origin and fitted presentation box MANUFACTURER

Patek Philippe

YEAR

2017

REFERENCE NO.

5960/1A

MOVEMENT NO.

5'998'035

CASE NO.

6'103'525

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. CH 28-520 IRM QA 24H, 40 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Patek Philippe bracelet, max length 205 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Certificate of Origin dated February 13, 2018, Patek Philippe wooden presentation box, product literature, leather holder and outer packaging An instant success — the ref. 5960, introduced in 2006, was Patek Philippe's first automatic chronograph wristwatch to incorporate an annual calendar complication. In fact, it was the very first automatic chronograph ever serially produced by Patek Philippe. The reference was launched in platinum with a grey dial, and later offered in variants in white gold, pink gold, and stainless steel.

Stainless steel Patek Philippe clasp

DIMENSIONS

40.5 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 350,000 - 550,000 USD 45,000 - 70,000 百 達 翡 麗 ,型 號 5 9 6 0 / 1 A ,非 常 精 細 及 罕 有 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 極 罕 有 黑 色 錶 盤 ﹑年 曆 ﹑計 時 功 能 ﹑動 力 儲 存 和日夜 顯 示 ,2 0 1 7 年 製 。附 原 裝 證 書 和 錶 盒 ,百 達 翡 麗 型 號 5960 ,精鋼材質配置黑色錶盤的版本,為首次現身拍賣市場

The present configuration, made in stainless steel with a black dial, was released in late 2017 and only offered for one year. Phillips is honoured to offer the first example of reference 5960/1A with black dial and bracelet at auction, which is not only fresh to the market, but also accompanied with original certificate, box, and other accessories. It will be an absolute pleasure for any collectors to have in their collection, to own one of the most exclusive modern complications created by Patek Philippe.


867

PATEK PHILIPPE REF. 3971E

A fine and very rare yellow gold perpetual calendar chronograph wristwatch with moon phases, 24 hours, leap year indicator, transparent sapphire case back, certificate of origin, setting pin and fitted presentation box MANUFACTURER

Patek Philippe

YEAR

1989

REFERENCE NO.

3971E

MOVEMENT NO.

875'329

CASE NO.

2'851'213

MATERIAL

18K yellow gold

CALIBRE

Manual, CH27-70Q, 24 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Alligator

CLASP/BUCKLE

Patek Philippe 18K yellow gold buckle

DIMENSIONS

36 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial and movement signed

ESTIMATE HKD 470,000 - 700,000 USD 60,000 - 90,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Certificate of Origin dated March 10, 1989 by Gübelin, Patek Philippe wooden presentation box, setting pin, product literature and outer packaging. Further delivered with Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch in 1989 and date of sale on April 17, 1989 百 達 翡 麗 ,型 號 3 9 7 1 E ,精 細 及 非 常 罕 有 ,1 8 K 黃 金 腕 錶 , 配 萬 年 曆 、計 時 功 能 、月 相 、透 明 底 蓋 ﹑2 4 小 時 和 閏 年 顯 示,1989年 製 。附 原 裝 證 書 、後 補 證 書 、調 整 筆 和 錶 盒

Introduced in 1986 together with its sister model reference 3970, the reference 3971 represents a rare chance to see the handiwork of Patek Philippe, through the transparent caseback, having succeeded the legendary reference 2499 that had features a solid case back. Initially offered with a snap on back, it was later revised to a screw down version to improve water resistance, such as the example offered here. Preserved in excellent overall condition, the case has clearly visible hallmarks on 3 lugs and the rarely seen Patek Philippe case maker stamp - number 28 in the key Poinçon de Maître - punched on the lower left lug. The left side of the case has developed a highly attractive patina which shows the level of preservation for this particular example. The dial is also in immaculate condition and features the feuille hands and rectangular markers from the earlier series of the reference 3970. With less than 300 pieces made of the reference 3971E, the reference is even more of a collectors item when accompanied by the original certificate, presentation box, and fresh to the auction market, such as the watch offered here.


868

PATEK PHILIPPE REF. 5970P

A rare and highly attractive platinum perpetual calendar chronograph wristwatch with moonphases, additional caseback, setting pin, certificate of origin and fitted presentation box, factory sealed MANUFACTURER

Patek Philippe

YEAR

Circa 2009

REFERENCE NO.

5970P-001

MOVEMENT NO.

3'931'574

CASE NO.

4'491'187

MATERIAL

Platinum

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. CH 27-70 Q, 24 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Alligator

CLASP/BUCKLE

Platinum Patek Philippe deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

40 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial and movement signed

ESTIMATE HKD 900,000 - 1,300,000 USD 115,000 - 165,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied by Patek Philippe wooden fitted presentation box, Certificate of Origin dated November 24, 2009, additional solid caseback, setting pin, hang tag, leather envelop, product literature and outer packaging 百 達 翡 麗 ,型 號 5 9 7 0 P ,非 常 精 細 及 罕 有 ,鉑 金 腕 錶 ,配 萬 年 曆 、計 時 功 能 和月相 顯 示 ,原 廠 單 封 ,約 2 0 0 9 年 製 。附 錶 盒 、 原裝 證 書 、後 錶 蓋 、調 整 筆 和 配 件

Combining a complicated perpetual calendar chronograph mechanism with an enigmatic black dial, along with finely crafted platinum case, the reference 5970P is a wondrous symbiosis of Haute Horlogerie and supreme craftsmanship. At the time, it was the latest in a long series of widely-adored wristwatches to house this specific complication. The production run of each serially-produced perpetual calendar chronograph wristwatch is as follows: ref. 5970 (2004 – 2011), ref. 3970 (1987 - 2004). ref. 2499 (1949 - 1987), and ref. 1518 (1940 - 1951). According to our research, the ref. 5970 was the first model developed and designed by Thierry Stern after he took the reins of leadership. The 5970 was available in all four precious metals, and was only produced for seven short years — the shortest production run of any Patek Philippe perpetual calendar chronograph. It was also the last to use the modified Lemania 2310, as the 5270 replaced the 5970 and featured an inhouse movement. The case of the 5970 presents a significant increase in size, from 36mm in the 3970 to a more modern 40mm. The present example in platinum is factory-sealed, and in never-beenused condition. Few brands in the world carry the gravitas of their name like Patek Philippe, and this is an exceptional opportunity for connoisseurs of fine perpetual calendar wristwatches.


869

PATEK PHILIPPE REF. 2499 '4TH SERIES'

An exceedingly rare, highly attractive and important yellow gold perpetual calendar chronograph wristwatch with moonphases

MANUFACTURER

Patek Philippe

YEAR

1980

REFERENCE NO.

2499/100

MOVEMENT NO.

869'399

CASE NO.

2'779'160

MATERIAL

18K yellow gold

CALIBRE

Manual, cal. 13''Q, 23 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Leather

CLASP/BUCKLE

Gold-plated buckle

DIMENSIONS

37.5 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial and movement signed

ESTIMATE HKD 3,200,000 -6,200,000 USD 400,000 - 800,000 ACCESSORIES Further delivered with Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch in 1980 and its subsequent sale on June 30, 1980 百 達 翡 麗 ,型 號 2 4 9 9 / 1 0 0 ,極 度 罕 有 ﹑非 常 精 細 及 重 要 ,1 8 K 黃 金 腕 錶 ,配 萬 年 曆 、 計時 功 能 和月相 顯 示 ,198 0 年 製 。附 後 補 證 書


Few manufacturers in the world carry the gravitas of their name like Patek Philippe. The brand's commitment to excellence in Haute Horlogerie is unwavering, and their track record of innovation in design is matchless. For decades, the ref. 2499 has stood on the nucleus of Patek Philippe collecting circles, and its popularity and following are unquestionably justified. Successor to the legendary Patek Philippe ref. 1518 — the world's first serially produced perpetual calendar wristwatch with chronograph function, the ref. 2499 was launched in 1950 and has since been in public consensus to be one of the most beautiful, impeccable and elegant wristwatches of all time. It is undisputedly a masterpiece of horology. The present watch belongs to the 4th series of this legendary model, featuring round chronograph buttons, applied baton numerals, outer seconds divisions and sapphire crystal. With the 4th series, Patek Philippe added /100 to the reference number which consequently became ref 2499/100.

Made in 1980, this watch is kept in an awe-inspiringly amazing condition. This bedazzling example has a beautiful case, fitted with an achingly gorgeous dial and a flawless movement. Most noticeably, the signature stepped lugs of the dial remain to be very well-defined and powerful. Accompanied by an Extract from the Archives confirming the dial configuration and production, this reference 2499/100 is a potent mix of historical relevance, horological mastery and artistic craftsmanship, and presents a now-or-never opportunity to own Patek Philippe's most iconic model. Literature Reference 2499 is illustrated in Patek Philippe Wristwatches by Martin Huber & Alan Banbery, second edition, pp. 302 & 304, and in Patek Philippe Museum - Patek Philippe Watches, Volume II, pp. 306-307.


WATER

Vital timing below the waves.

Dive watches have become so iconic, with some models having vast amounts of folklore surrounding them, that it is easy to forget the originals. While the earliest applications were military, given birth by the conflict of World War II and the clandestine sub-aquatic missions to block harbours, lay mines, and destroy fleets while they were in port, it was the rise of recreational diving in the 1950s and 1960s that firmly put the dive watch in the minds of many. Thanks to the invention of the aqualung by Émile Gagnan and Jacques-Yves Cousteau, individuals were able to begin to understand the mysteries of the deep, which had gained popularity following on from Cousteau's book "The Silent World" and the Palme d'Or winning movie he co-directed of the same name.

Throughout the late 1950s and early 1960s, the watches improved dramatically as professional divers, and once again the military, used them as vital timing devices to ensure they had sufficient reserves in the tanks. The Submariner, Fifty Fathoms, Seamaster, Polaris, and Seiko divers all saw their introduction and iteration during this period, culminating in models suitable for saturation diving, such as the Sea-Dweller that saw extensive testing on missions including Tektite I and Sealab III. We are now at a point where so few dive watches ever see significant time below the waves that their owners are often jokingly referred to as "desk divers". But where they may not be literally diving, the tie back to the heroes that influence the inception and evolution of these models allows collectors to know that they are wearing what might well be considered the ultimate utilitarian watch.


JACQUES-YVES COUSTEAU

A legacy of exploration and conservation.

It is hard to overstate the importance of JacquesYves Cousteau to the world of diving. An explorer, an investor, a conservationist, a film director and photographer; Cousteau was truly a multi-talented individual who excelled in every arena he set his mind to. Born in 1910 in southwest France, Cousteau studied at the École Navale with plans to become a pilot, before a car accident put a stop to that and he decided to pursue his interest in the ocean. During World War II, Cousteau worked with Émile Gagnan, an employee at Air Liquide, whose boss happened to be the Cousteau's fatherin-law, to develop the Aqua Lung. Gagnan had already developed a demand regulator intended for fuel systems that was adapted for diving, and after the war, the pair formed the company La Spirotechnique as a division of Air Liquide to commercialise the device that would eventually be called the CG45, and in the English speaking world, the Aqua Lung.

As the technology for the regulator became more mature, the limits could be tested and studied. Working under a succession of research groups within the French Navy, Cousteau toured the Mediterranean aboard Élie Monier, and his adventures during this time would form the basis for The Silent World. In 1950, a relationship that would last the rest of Cousteau's life was established. The British MP Loel Guinness purchased a former Royal Navy minesweeper, and leased her to Cousteau for the symbolic price of one Franc. The vessel was named the Calypso and refitted it as a waterborne laboratory to assist Cousteau with his research and filming. His lasting legacy will be of conservation and education; Cousteau was president of the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, a founding member of the Confédération Mondiale des Activités Subaquatiques, established his own Cousteau Society for the Protection of Ocean Life, and the producer of extensive filmography.


870

LONGINES REF. 7594-3 DIVER

A rare and attractive stainless steel diver's wristwatch with bracelet, sweep center second, inner rotating bezel and "tropical" dial

MANUFACTURER

Longines

YEAR

1966

REFERENCE NO.

7594-3

MOVEMENT NO.

13'218'654

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 290, 24 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Longines stainless steel bracelet, max length 195 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Longines stainless steel deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

42 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 100,000 - 200,000 USD 12,000 - 25,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Extract from the Archives confirming the watch was invoiced on 16 September 1966 to the company Binda, which was at the time Longines' agent for Italy. 浪 琴 ,型 號 7 5 9 4 - 3 ,罕 有 及 精 細 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 , 配中心 秒 針 ﹑內 轉 錶 圈 和「 T r o p i c a l 」棕 色 錶 盤 ,1 9 6 6 年 製 。 附後 補 證 書

In the world of horological art, nothing can compare to the purely enigmatic aesthetics of a "tropical" dial. A sun-kissed dial can acquire a unique tropical glow varying from a very intense milk chocolate to a sophisticated color of double espresso. There is, however, something undeniably appealing about the dial of the present watch that has gone tropical, as it displays the top-down ombré graduating from a burnt umber tone to a hue of caramel gold. Apart from its fine appearance, the watch is equally fascinating in terms of its functionality. Instead of an outer bezel to time diving lapses, Longines opted for an ingenious rotating inner bezel that can be altered via the crown located at 2 o'clock. To guarantee water resistance, Longines contacted case manufacturer Ervin Piquerez who had patented a "super compressor" case, whereby the deeper the watch went, the tighter the back sealed against the gasket. Fresh to the market, according to our research, the watch truly deserves to be called an artwork for the wrist.


871

JAEGER-LECOULTRE MEMOVOX POLARIS

A very rare and well-preserved stainless steel diver's wristwatch with sweep center seconds, date, alarm function, additional bracelet, blank guarantee and box

MANUFACTURER

Jaeger-LeCoultre

YEAR

1965

REFERENCE NO.

E859

MOVEMENT NO.

1'542'558

CASE NO.

987'297

MODEL NAME

Memovox Polaris

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. K825, 17 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Rubber

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel buckle

DIMENSIONS

42 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, and movement signed

ESTIMATE HKD 150,000 - 240,000 USD 20,000 - 30,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied with blank guarantee, JaegerLeCoultre green presentation box, manual booklet, additional off-brand stainless steel bracelet and outer packaging. Further Accompanied by JaegerLeCoultre Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch in 1965 積家, 「 M e m o v o x P o l a r i s 」型 號 E 8 5 9 ,十 分 精 細 及 罕 有 ,精 鋼 自 動 上 弦 腕 錶 ,配 日 期 顯 示 ﹑中 心 秒 針 和 響 鬧 功 能 ,1 9 6 5 年 製 。附 備 用 錶 帶 ﹑錶 盒 和 保 證 書

Launched in 1950 by Jaeger-LeCoultre, the Memovox — a portmanteau of voice and memory — is by all means one of the most desirable and reliable vintage alarm wristwatches on the market. Created as a response to an increasing demand for diver's wristwatches, in 1959 Jaeger-LeCoultre launched an upgraded model of their alarm wristwatch series: the Memovox Polaris ref. E859. For this legendary model, Jaeger-LeCoultre created a patented caseback, which intended to optimize the sound transmission of the alarm in subaquatic environments. The outer case, with its 16 holes, allowed for the alarm tone to be heard and also felt on the wrist, while the inner case is sealed to protect the movement. The Memovox Polaris was made in 1714 examples and presents two distinct series: the present version was made for the European market as indicated with the full Jaeger-LeCoultre brand name on the dial, whereas the simplified "LeCoultre" brand was used on dials of models intended for the American market. Complimented with a blank guarantee and fitted presentation box, the present lot is not only a fine example from the iconic ref. E859 series, but is also highly collectable for watch collectors around the world.


872

OMEGA SEAMASTER 300

A rare and attractive stainless steel diver's wristwatch with Bakelite bezel, sweep center seconds and bracelet

MANUFACTURER

Omega

YEAR

1967

REFERENCE NO.

ST 165.024

MOVEMENT NO.

25'577'887

MODEL NAME

Seamaster 300

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 550, jeweled

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Omega bracelet, endlinks stamped 516, max length 190 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Omega deployant clasp stamped 1039 & 4.67

DIMENSIONS

40 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 50,000 - 80,000 USD 6,000 - 10,000 歐米茄, 「 S e a m a s t e r 3 0 0 」型 號 S T 1 6 5 . 0 2 4 ,罕 有 及 精 細 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配「 B a k e l i t e 」塑 膠 錶 圈 和中心 秒針 ,1967年 製 ,附 後 補 證 書

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch on November 28, 1967 for the USA market In 1957, Omega released the Seamaster 300 model, which, together with the Speedmaster and the Railmaster, was dubbed by watch enthusiasts as the "Holy Trinity" of Omega's professionalgrade wristwatches. The Seamaster 300 was a "professional" watch that met the challenges of the deep-sea. The design featured a spring device in the crown assembly that became tighter as pressure built during a dive, creating more waterproof capability. The present Seamaster 300 stands out by its beautifully ghosted bezel, which has metamorphosed into a gorgeous tone of midnight blue that contrasts nicely with the creamy indexes. The Seamaster 300 features the rare and attractive broad hands, giving the watch an extremely recognizable look which has become highly coveted amongst watch enthusiasts around the globe. This Omega Seamaster 300 wristwatch is a rare opportunity for collectors of sports watches to own an extremely rare example of one of Omega's most sought after diver's watches.


873

SEIKO REF.6159-7001

A fine and rare stainless steel diver's wristwatch with date and sweep center seconds

MANUFACTURER

Seiko

YEAR

Circa 1969

REFERENCE NO.

6159-7001

CASE NO.

901'199

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 6159A, 25 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Rubber

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel buckle

DIMENSIONS

44 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, and movement signed

ESTIMATE HKD 32,000 - 48,000 USD 4,000 - 6,000 精 工 ,型 號 6 1 5 9 - 7 0 0 1 ,精 細 及 罕 有 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦 腕 錶 , 配中心 秒 針 和日期 顯 示 ,約1 9 6 9 年 製

In 1967, Seiko released the legendary ref. 62157000 - a pioneering professional diver's wristwatch with monobloc case rated to an impressive 300m of water resistance – such as the one sold by Phillips in The Hong Kong Watch Auction: SEVEN. With its constant pursuit of technical excellence, Seiko updated and improved the watch a year later, and unveiled the ref. 6159-7001.   The iconic one-piece case of the preceding ref. 6215-7000 was beautifully retained, but the movement inside was significantly upgraded to the same high frequency calibre found inside the Grand Seiko watches of the period.   Achieving an exceptional level of technical prowess for a "tool" watch, the ref. 6159-7001 was fitted with the cal. 6159A, a cutting edge calibre at the time. The cal. 6159A was a high-beat, 36,000bph automatic movement, a marked advance from the low-beat, 18,000bph movement used in its predecessor. The key quality of a high-beat movement is increased precision, thanks to the higher inertia of the regulating organ, a major advantage for a professional diver.   As a result of the upgraded movement, the ref. 6159-7001 has "Hi-Beat" on the dial at 12 o'clock, as well as the star-shaped logo at six used exclusively for high-frequency watches."


874

ROLEX REF. 116600 SEA-DWELLER 4000

A fine stainless steel diver's wristwatch with date, center seconds, gas escape valve, bracelet, guarantee, hang tag and presentation box

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 2015

REFERENCE NO.

116600

CASE NO.

146R11N8

MODEL NAME

Sea-Dweller 4000

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 3135, 31 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet, max length 210 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

40 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 62,000 - 80,000 USD 8,000 - 10,000

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with official Rolex Guarantee dated February 11, 2015 stamped by Charles Greig Jewellers Capetown, South Africa, hang tag, green wallet, plastic bezel protector, product literature, outer packaging and fitted presentation box 勞力士 , 「 S e a - D w e l l e r 4 0 0 0 」型 號 1 1 6 6 0 0 ,精 細 ,精 鋼 自動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配日期 顯 示 ﹑中 心 秒 針 和 排 2015年 製 。附 國 際 保 證 卡 和 錶 盒

裝 置 ,約

The Rolex Sea-Dweller was essentially created to be a professional-grade tool watch. Each element that went into design emphasizes function over form. The artful symmetry of the dial, with its large luminous indexes, stemmed from the need to be easily legible whether on the surface or at depth, while the thicker and larger stainless steel Oyster case could withstand exposure to the crushing subaquatic force. Nonetheless, the Sea-Dweller is as impressive and good-looking as anything you would ever want to clap on your wrist. Introduced at Baselworld in 2014, the reference 116600 is Rolex Sea-Dweller 4000 is the last 40mm Sea-dweller created by the manufacturer, which was later replaced by the reference 126600. The watch carries the characteristics of the original SeaDweller featuring an upgraded cerachrome bezel with minute divisions all around, compared to only the first 15 minutes seen on the earlier models. The current example also features an upgraded glidelock bracelet, allowing divers to increase the bracelet length by 5mm to fit over their wetsuits. Preserved in like-new condition, the present example comes in a full set with the bezel protector still attached on the bezel, and is fresh to the market.


875

ROLEX REF. 1665 SEA-DWELLER

An attractive and very rare stainless steel diver's wristwatch with "rail dial", gas escape valve, date, sweep center seconds, bracelet, guarantee, hang tags and box

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1978

REFERENCE NO.

1665

MOVEMENT NO.

D562'454

CASE NO.

5'727'814

MODEL NAME

Sea-Dweller

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 1570,

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Rolex punched Guarantee stamped in 1980, Rolex green leather fitted presentation box, Rolex "2000 feet" anchor, original Rolex sales tag, red Rolex hang tag, Rolex official service estimate, invoice and letter all dated 1988

26 jewels BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet stamped 93150, endlinks stamped 585, max length 195 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster deployant clasp stamped 8

DIMENSIONS

40 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 120,000 - 200,000 USD 15,000 - 25,000 勞力士, 「 S e a - D w e l l e r 」型 號 1 6 6 5 ,精 美 及 十 分 罕 有 , 精鋼自動上弦鏈帶腕錶,配罕有「Rail Dial」錶盤、排

閥門、

日期顯 示 和中心 秒 針 ,約 1 9 7 8 年 製 。附 保 證 書 ﹑錶 盒 和 配 件

Made by the Stern Company, this design was only in production from 1977-79. A number of characteristics make the "Rail Dial" configuration an exceptionally attractive timepiece amongst watch aficionados. Most notably on the dial, the "C" of Chronometer lines up with the "C" of Certified of the line below. The font of the depth marking is also always in italics. It is also the only version of the Sea-Dweller lineup in which the dial is marked "T SWISS T <25", in addition to COMEX 1665. The watch was proactively preserved in good hands under of its first owner, even after he brought the watch from Trinidad to his home country. The watch was sent to the Rolex official service center in 1988 and received a full service. The original hang tags, including an extremely rare green dot 610 meters/2000 feet anchor, were retained and kept in mint condition, showing the first owner's love and care of the watch. Almost as remarkable as the history and rarity of this piece is its great condition, with only few marks of wear on the case.


876

ROLEX SEA-DWELLER 'PATENT PENDING'

An early and very rare stainless steel wristwatch with date, sweep center seconds, gas escape valve, "Double Red" Mk I dial, "Patent Pending" caseback and bracelet MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

1967

REFERENCE NO.

1665, repeated on the caseback with IV.67

MOVEMENT NO.

D288'822

CASE NO.

1'718'492

MODEL NAME

Sea-Dweller, 'Double Red'

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 1570, 26 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster prototype bracelet stamped 7206, max length 195 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster deployant clasp stamped 4.68 and engraved with case number 1'718'492

DIMENSIONS

40 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement, and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 620,000 - 1,300,000 USD 80,000 - 160,000 勞力士, 「 Sea-Dweller」型號1665

,早期及非常罕有,精

鋼自動上弦鏈帶腕錶,配罕有雙紅「Double Red」Mk I錶 盤、 中心秒計、 日期顯示﹑排 底蓋,1967年製

裝置及「Patent Pending」

The "Double-Red" Sea-Dweller ref. 1665 is one of the most sought-after Rolex wristwatches, likely because of its genesis as one of the ultimate vintage professional-grade timepieces. The earliest Mk1 examples, such as the present lot, were engraved with "Patent Pending Rolex Oyster Gas Escape Valve" on their casebacks. These early models were essentially prototypes, and the inner caseback is stamped IV.67 indicating production in the fourth quarter of 1967. The helium valve had been developed and the patent had been applied, but Rolex had not received final approval. Therefore, the engraving on the caseback of these early sea dwellers stated in parenthesis "Patent Pending". The Mark 1 dial is a second defining feature of these prototype models. The initial "Sea-Dweller" designation is in red, possibly printed over white pain. Through the years, the red wordings for some examples would have metamorphosed into a fascinating hue of rosy pink, including the present watch. The bezel has also "ghosted" into a nice shade of grey. The bracelet of the present watch is a prototype model created by Rolex. The extension of the bracelet state "Pat. Pend.", and the deployant clasp is engraved with the serial number of the watch.


877

ROLEX REF. 5513 'PRE-COMEX'

A fine and rare stainless steel diver's wristwatch with sweep center seconds, guarantee, box and hang tags

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1978

REFERENCE NO.

5513

CASE NO.

5'133'526

MODEL NAME

Submariner, 'pre-COMEX'

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 1520, 26 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

stamped 93150, endlinks stamped 580, max length 190 mm Stainless steel Rolex Oyster deployant clasp DIMENSIONS

39.5 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 150,000 - 240,000 USD 20,000 - 30,000 勞力士 , 「 S ub mar iner, pre -C OM E X 」型 號 5 5 1 3 ,精 細 及 罕 有 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配 中 心 秒 針 ,約 1 9 7 8 年 製 。 附錶 盒 ﹑保 證 書 和 配 件

Dubbed by watch collectors as the "pre-COMEX" dial due to its similarities to the dial fitted to some of the reference 5514 issued to COMEX, they are usually associated with watches in the five million case number range.

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet

CLASP/BUCKLE

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with original punched Rolex guarantee dated 1981, hang tags, green fitted presentation box and outer packaging

Completed with a punched guarantee, hang tags and presentation box, the present watch is a beautiful and well-preserved example that could easily be a collector's favorite. Adding another element of collectability, the watch is also fresh to the auction market.


878

ROLEX REF. 5514 SUBMARINER COMEX

A highly attractive and rare stainless steel wristwatch with sweep center seconds, gas escape valve, bracelet, ghost bezel and additional bracelet, made for COMEX

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1978

REFERENCE NO.

5514, inner caseback stamped 5513

CASE NO.

5'228'358, Comex issue number: 897

MODEL NAME

Submariner

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 1520, 26 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet stamped 9315, endlinks stamped 285, max length 190 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

39 mm diameter

SIGNED

Dial, case, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 620,000 - 1,200,000 USD 80,000 - 150,000 勞力士 , 「 S ub mar iner, C OM E X 」型 號 5 5 1 4 ,十 分 精 細 及 罕 有 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦 鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配中心 秒 針 、排

裝置和變色

錶圈 ,為 C O M EX 特 別 於 約 1 9 7 8 年 製 。附 備用錶 帶

ACCESSORIES Accompanied with additional stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet In the 1960s, Rolex supplied diver's watches to COMEX (Compagnie Maritime d'Expertise), a firm specializing in deep diving operations in Marseilles. Unfortunately, the Submariner reference 5513 encountered difficulties when exposed to the extreme depths at which the COMEX divers worked. In particular, the helium molecules would lead to a build-up of pressure inside the watch that would blow off the crystals of their watches in helium-rich subaquatic habitats. COMEX approached Rolex with this problem, and Rolex came up with an ingenious solution — to install a helium escape valve on the case at nine o'clock. Later Rolex issued a new reference number, 5514, for COMEX. These watches were usually issued to their specialist divers of the company, and feature the COMEX logo on the dial and engraved COMEX issue numbers to the back. The back is engraved with the issue number, in this instance 897, preserved in similarly excellent condition.


879

ROLEX REF. 5513 MILTARY SUBMARINER

A very attractive and highly rare stainless steel military wristwatch with revolving bezel, fixed bar lugs and military engravings, made for the British Military

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1972

REFERENCE NO.

5513

CASE NO.

3'764'831

MODEL NAME

Military Submariner

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 1520, 26 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

NATO

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel NATO buckle

DIMENSIONS

39 mm diameter

SIGNED

Dial, case, movement and bracelet signed; Case, dial and movement signed, case back further engraved with military issue numbers W10/6645-99-9237697 801/77

ESTIMATE HKD 900,000 - 1,600,000 USD 120,000 - 200,000 ACCESSORIES Accompanied with Rolex Internaional service guarantee dated Nov 11, 2005 and letters from Rolex confirming production of the watch and its supply to the Ministry of Defence in November 1977 for onward transmission to Central Ordnance depot in Donnington 勞力士 , 「 M ilit ar y

S ub m a ri n e r」型 號 5 5 1 3 ,非 常 精 細 及 罕 有 ,精鋼自動上弦腕錶,

配活 動 錶 圈 ,約 1972年 製 。為 英 國 皇 家 海 軍 於 特 別 製 作


Arguably the most iconic military diver's wristwatch in history, the British Ministry of Defence commissioned a very limited batch of Rolex Submariners in the early 1970s. These militaryissued variants, or "MilSub", were designed in accordance with enhanced specifications to meet the demands from the Special Forces. When Rolex accepted the commission from the British Ministry of Defence, Rolex modified the reference 5513 in regards to specifications provided by the British Ministry of Defense. Most noticeably, "MilSubs" have wide sword-shaped hour hand for enhanced readability, a circled "T" desgination on the dial, indicating the use of luminescent tritium.

Another feature was the 60-minute revolving bezel insert, which is different from the non-military 15-minute calibrated bezel. The British Ministry of Defence also required a stop seconds feature as well as fixated spring bars welded to the lugs. Another noticeable difference between the military and civilian models are their case back engravings â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the present lot marked with the "W-10" code for Central Ordnance depot in Donnington, "9237697" code for NATO, followed by the issue number, "801", and year of issue, "77". Most impressively, these characteristics are all displayed on the present lot.


880

ROLEX REF. 5512 SUBMARINER

A fine and rare stainless steel diver's wristwatch with sweep center seconds and bracelet

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1967

REFERENCE NO.

5512, case back stamped 5513

MOVEMENT NO.

93'621

CASE NO.

1'799'912

MODEL NAME

Submariner, 'Meters First'

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 1570, 26 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet stamped 7836, endlinks stamped 358, max length 200 mm Stainless steel Rolex

CLASP/BUCKLE

Oyster deployant clasp DIMENSIONS

40 mm diameter

SIGNED

Dial, case, movement and bracelet signed. Case back inscribed with service marks

ESTIMATE HKD 80,000 - 120,000 USD 10,000 - 15,000 勞力士 , 「 S ub mar iner,

M e t e rs

Fi rst 」型 號 5 5 1 2 ,精 細

及罕 有 ,精 鋼自動 上 弦 鏈 帶腕 錶 ,配中心 秒 針 ,約 1 9 6 7 年 製

An icon among icons — the Rolex Submariner ref. 5512 is always wearing a crown in the horological hall of fame. The idiosyncratic Oyster case, black rotating bezel, and iconic three-hand black dial design with perfectly balanced proportions is for many the singular most desirable wristwatch in the world. This present example from the 1967, with its matte dial and matching hands, clean case and crystal is an eye-popping example of a classic series. The most remarkable point of the watch is, however, the luminous materials that were applied to the hour markers and hands. In 1964, Rolex began applying tritium luminous material on gilt dials, signing chanced from "Swiss" to "Swiss – T<25" & "T-Swiss-T". The matte dial with a new generation of tritium luminous was introduced in 1967, in which the tritium signings include "T Swiss T<25" or "T-Swiss-T". The present example, made with a matte dial in the transitional year, appears to have been applied with the tritium luminous material for gilt dial, ergo reacting strongly under UV light. It is also worth noting that the tritium signing is "Swiss – T<25". Made in the transitional year, this piece exemplifies Rolex's never-ending pursuit in perfecting their watches.


881

ROLEX REF. 5508 'SMALL CROWN'

An extremely attractive and rare stainless steel wristwatch with center seconds, no crown guards, "exclamation mark" black glossy dial and bracelet MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

Circa 1962

REFERENCE NO.

5508, repeated on the inner caseback with II.62

MOVEMENT NO.

57'518

CASE NO.

762'896

MODEL NAME

Submariner, 'Small Crown'

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 1530, 26 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel riveted Rolex Oyster bracelet, endlinks stamped 64, max length 195 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex deployant clasp stamped 4.60

DIMENSIONS

38 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 620,000 - 1,200,000 USD 80,000 - 160,000 勞力士 , 「 S ub mar iner, S m a l l C ro wn 」型 號 5 5 0 8 ,非 常 精細及十分罕有,精鋼自動上弦鏈帶腕錶,配中心秒針和黑色 「Exclamat ion M ar k 」錶 盤 ,約 1 9 6 2 年 製

Launched in 1953, the Rolex Submariner represents something so pure in its utilitarian perspective that its resonates with a vast cross section of collectors. Prior to the arrival of the reference 5512 and 5513 with crown guards, the model was offered with both an 8 mm crown and thicker case to increase water resistance to 200 meters, and a smaller 6 mm and thinner case profile certified to withstand the pressures up to 100 meters. This particular specimen of the reference 5508 offered here, represents the last of the small crown breed, having been produced in approximately the second quarter of 1962, with the so called 'exclamation point' dial. What really distinguishes the watch is the incredible condition: with crisp cases edges, original brushed finishing to the top of the lugs, and wide bezels, as well as the case back sticker still present, combined with radiant glossy dial and attractively ages luminous material, the watch appears to be virtually untouched since the day it left the Rolex manufacture.


882

ROLEX REF. 6538 'BIG CROWN'

An incredibly rare and highly attractive stainless steel wristwatch with sweep center seconds, black lacquer "four liner" dial, big crown and big logo bracelet

MANUFACTURER

Rolex

YEAR

1958

REFERENCE NO.

6538, repeated inside caseback with IV.1958

MOVEMENT NO.

N824'378

CASE NO.

426'222

MODEL NAME

Submariner, 'Big Crown'

MATERIAL

Stainless steel

CALIBRE

Automatic, cal. 1030, 25 jewels

BRACELET/STRAP

Stainless steel Rolex bracelet, endlinks stamped 65, max length 195 mm

CLASP/BUCKLE

Stainless steel Rolex 'big logo' deployant clasp

DIMENSIONS

37.5 mm diameter

SIGNED

Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

ESTIMATE HKD 3,200,000 - 6,200,000 USD 400,000 - 800,000 勞力士 , 「 S ub mar iner, B i g C ro wn 」型 號 6 5 3 8 ,極 度 罕 有 及 非 常精細,精鋼自動上 弦鏈 帶 腕 錶 ,配中心 秒 針 ﹑極 罕 有 黑 色 亮 漆 面「 Fo u r 鏈帶 ,1958年 製

Li n e r」錶 盤 ﹑特大錶冠和大標誌


Extraordinary, exemplary and exquisite â&#x20AC;&#x201D; these are but a few of the many expressions which can be used to describe this ref. 6538 from 1958. Most fascinatingly, the present watch is not only all original with the correct dial, bezel and winding crown, it is also wisely preserved in an absolutely stunning condition. The watch is, indisputably, a grail-level "Big Crown" Submariner for connoisseurs in terms of its quality, historical relevance, and fine aesthetics. The pantheon of James Bond movies epitomizes some of the greatest films in the history of motion pictures. The charismatic mien and action of the British secret agent, and his witticism to deliver a clever barb in the face of his enemies, were all qualities that we admired â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and still do. Even though many vintage Rolex Submariners are being referred to as "James Bond" watches, only the ref. 6538 with big crown has really been worn by James Bond in movies including Dr. No (1962), From Russia with Love (1963), Goldfinger (1964), Thunderball(1965) led by the legendary Sean Connery.

It would not be an overstatement to call the present watch a masterpiece for the wrist. The awe-inspiring black lacquer dial is beautifully preserved, and has developed some extremely gorgeous spiderlines which bestow upon the watch a spectacular appearance. Exceptionally, the luster of the black lacquer dial is still superbly sleek, further underscored by the cream-colored Radium indexes and hands. The Radium lumes have puffed up evenly, and read very strongly under the Geiger counter. Furthermore, four lines on the dial make a collector's dream come true: while a large portion of earlier examples only featured two lines, "200m = 660ft" and "SUBMARINER". The present watch further displays two additional lines "OFFICIALLY CERTIFIED, CHRONOMETER". Dubbed by collector as "Big Crown", the iconic enlarged winding crown is preserved in exceptionally incredible condition. Most impressively, the bezel insert is by all means beautiful. The bright red triangle is gorgeously retained, and the pearl atop is most miraculously kept. The watch is furthermore fitted with finely-preserved stainless steel "Big Logo" bracelet.


Guide for Prospective Buyers Buying at Auction The following pages are designed to offer you information on how to buy at auction at Phillips. Our staff will be happy to assist you. Conditions of Sale The Conditions of Sale and Authorship Warranty which appear later in this catalogue govern the auction. Bidders are strongly encouraged to read them as they outline the legal relationship among Phillips, the seller and the buyer and describe the terms upon which property is bought at auction. Please be advised that Phillips generally acts as agent for the seller. Bidders should also read the Important Notices immediately following this Guide for Prospective Buyers. Buyer’s Premium Phillips charges the successful bidder a commission, or buyer’s premium, on the hammer price of each lot sold. The buyer’s premium is payable by the buyer as part of the total purchase price at the following rates: 25% of the hammer price up to and including HK$3,000,000, 20% of the portion of the hammer price above HK$3,000,000 up to and including HK$30,000,000 and 13.5% of the portion of the hammer price above HK$30,000,000. The purchase price payable for any lot is the sum of the hammer price plus the buyer’s premium plus any applicable tax and charges. 1 Prior to Auction Catalogue Subscriptions If you would like to purchase a catalogue for this auction or any other Phillips sale, please contact us at +852 2318 2000, +41 22 317 8181, +44 20 7318 4010 or +1 212 940 1240. Pre-Sale Estimates Pre-sale estimates are intended as a guide for prospective buyers. Any bid within the high and low estimate range should, in our opinion, offer a chance of success. However, many lots achieve prices below or above the pre-sale estimates. Where ‘Estimate on Request’ appears, please contact the specialist department for further information. It is advisable to contact us closer to the time of the auction as estimates can be subject to revision. Pre-sale estimates do not include the buyer’s premium or any applicable taxes. Pre-Sale Estimates in US Dollars and Euros Although the sale is conducted in Hong Kong dollars, the pre-sale estimates in the auction catalogues may also be printed in US dollars and/or euros. Since the exchange rate is that at the time of catalogue production and not at the date of auction, you should treat estimates in US dollars or euros as a guide only. Catalogue Entries Phillips may print in the catalogue entry the history of ownership of the property, as well as the exhibition history and references to the work in art publications. While we are careful in the cataloguing process, provenance, exhibition and literature references may not be exhaustive and in some cases we may intentionally refrain from disclosing the identity of previous owners. Please note that all dimensions of the property set forth in the catalogue entry are approximate. Condition of Lots Our catalogues include references to condition only in the descriptions of multiple works (e.g., prints). Such references, though, do not amount to a full description of condition. The absence of reference to the condition of a lot in the catalogue entry does not imply that the lot is free from faults or imperfections. Solely as a convenience to clients, Phillips may provide condition reports. In preparing such reports, our specialists assess the condition in a manner appropriate to the estimated value of the property. While condition reports are prepared honestly and carefully, our staff are not professional restorers. We therefore encourage all prospective buyers to inspect the property at the pre-sale exhibitions and recommend, particularly in the case of any lot of significant value, that you retain your own restorer or professional advisor to report to you on the property’s condition prior to bidding. Moreover, condition reports are not exhaustive and may not specify all mechanical replacements or imperfections to the movement, case, dial, pendulum, separate bases(s) or dome. The absence of a condition report or the absence of a reference to damage in the catalogue does not imply that the lot is in good condition, working order or free from restoration or repair.

Pre-Auction Viewing Pre-auction viewings are open to the public and free of charge. Our specialists are available to give advice and condition reports at viewings or by appointment. Deposit If you wish to bid on a lot designated with the symbol * (a “Premium Lot”), Phillips may require you to pay a deposit of HK$2,000,000 or such higher amount as Phillips in our sole discretion deems appropriate and to provide such financial references, guarantees and/or other security as Phillips may require in our sole discretion as security for the bid. Phillips will also require you to complete the Premium Lot pre-registration prior to the date of the auction at which the Premium Lot will be offered for sale. Upon our receipt of the deposit and a completed pre-registration form, Phillips will provide you with a numbered Premium Lot paddle for identification purposes. The auctioneer will usually only accept bids on Premium Lots made with the Premium Lot paddle or by its registered bidder. This applies to saleroom, telephone and absentee bids. Payment of the deposit may be made by wire transfer or credit card acceptable to Phillips for the prospective purchase. If you are not the successful bidder on a Premium Lot and do not owe Phillips or any of our affiliated companies any debt, the deposit will be refunded to you by wire transfer (in the same currency in which you paid the deposit) or credit card refund, as the case may be, the refund will be processed within seven days after the date of the auction. Symbol Key The following key explains the symbols you may see inside this catalogue. O ♦ Guaranteed Property The seller of lots designated with the symbol O has been guaranteed a minimum price financed solely by Phillips. Where the guarantee is provided by a third party who places an irrevocable bid or jointly by us and a third party, the property will be denoted with the symbols O ♦. When a third party has financed all or part of our financial interest in a lot, it assumes all or part of the risk that the lot will not be sold and will be remunerated if they are not the successful bidder. Such compensation will be a fixed fee, a percentage of the hammer price or the buyer’s premium or some combination of the foregoing. The third party may bid on the guaranteed lot during the auction in excess of their irrevocable bid. If the third party is the successful bidder, they will be required to pay the full hammer price and buyer’s premium and will not be otherwise compensated. Δ Property in which Phillips has an Ownership Interest Lots with this symbol indicate that Phillips owns the lot in whole or in part or has an economic interest in the lot equivalent to an ownership interest. • No Reserve Unless indicated by a •, all lots in this catalogue are offered subject to a reserve. A reserve is the confidential value established between Phillips and the seller and below which a lot may not be sold. The reserve for each lot is generally set at a percentage of the low estimate and will not exceed the low pre-sale estimate. ∑ Endangered Species Lots with this symbol have been identified at the time of cataloguing as containing endangered or other protected species of wildlife which may be subject to restrictions regarding export or import and which may require permits for export as well as import. Please refer to Paragraph 4 of the Guide for Prospective Buyers and Paragraph 11 of the Conditions of Sale. * Premium Lots Lots with this symbol carry a low pre-sale estimate of HK$8,000,000 or more and are referred to by Phillips as Premium Lots. Prospective buyers who wish to bid on Premium Lots must complete the preregistration form and pay the Premium Lot deposit, as described more fully in this Paragraph 1 of the Guide for Prospective Buyers. ▼ Restricted Importation Lots with this symbol may be subject to importation restriction in the US. Please refer to the Important Notices which appear in this catalogue immediately following this Guide for Prospective Buyers.


2 Bidding in the Sale Bidding at Auction Bids may be executed during the auction in person by paddle, by telephone, online or prior to the sale in writing by absentee bid. Proof of identity in the form of government-issued identification will be required, as will an original signature. We may also require that you furnish us with a bank reference. Bidding in Person To bid in person, you will need to register for and collect a paddle before the auction begins. New clients are encouraged to register at least 48 hours in advance of a sale to allow sufficient time for us to process your information. All lots sold will be invoiced to the name and address to which the paddle has been registered and invoices cannot be transferred to other names and addresses. Please do not misplace your paddle. In the event you lose it, inform a Phillips staff member immediately. At the end of the auction, please return your paddle to the registration desk. Bidding by Telephone If you cannot attend the auction, you may bid live on the telephone with one of our multilingual staff members. This service must be arranged at least 24 hours in advance of the sale and is available for lots whose low pre-sale estimate is at least HK$8,000. Telephone bids may be recorded. By bidding on the telephone, you consent to the recording of your conversation. We suggest that you leave a maximum bid, excluding the buyer’s premium, which we can execute on your behalf in the event we are unable to reach you by telephone. To arrange a telephone bid please contact the Hong Kong bids department at +852 2318 2029. Online Bidding If you cannot attend the auction in person, you may bid online on our online live bidding platform available on our website at www. phillips.com.The digital saleroom is optimized to run on Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer browsers. Clients who wish to run the platform on Safari will need to install Adobe Flash Player. Follow the links to ‘Auctions’ and ‘Digital Saleroom’ and then pre-register by clicking on ‘Register to Bid Live.’ The first time you register you will be required to create an account; thereafter you will only need to register for each sale. You must pre-register at least 24 hours before the start of the auction in order to be approved by our bid department. Please note that corporate firewalls may cause difficulties for online bidders. Absentee Bids If you are unable to attend the auction and cannot participate by telephone, Phillips will be happy to execute written bids on your behalf. A bidding form can be found at the back of this catalogue. This service is free and confidential. Bids must be placed in the currency of the sale. Our staff will attempt to execute an absentee bid at the lowest possible price taking into account the reserve and other bidders. Always indicate a maximum bid, excluding the buyer’s premium. Unlimited bids will not be accepted. Any absentee bid must be received at least 24 hours in advance of the sale. In the event of identical bids, the earliest bid received will take precedence. Employee Bidding Employees of Phillips and our affiliated companies, including the auctioneer, may bid at the auction by placing absentee bids so long as they do not know the reserve when submitting their absentee bids and otherwise comply with our employee bidding procedures.

HK$50,000 to HK$100,000 HK$100,000 to HK$200,000 HK$200,000 to HK$300,000 HK$300,000 to HK$500,000

HK$500,000 to HK$1,000,000 Above HK$1,000,000

by HK$5,000s by HK$10,000s by HK$20,000s by HK$20,000, 50,000, 80,000 (i.e., HK$320,000, HK$350,000, HK$380,000) by HK$50,000s at the auctioneer’s discretion

The auctioneer may vary the increments during the course of the auction at his or her own discretion. 3 The Auction As noted above, the auction is governed by the Conditions of Sale and Authorship Warranty. All prospective bidders should read them carefully. They may be amended by saleroom addendum or auctioneer’s announcement. Interested Parties Announcement In situations where a person allowed to bid on a lot has a direct or indirect interest in such lot, such as the beneficiary or executor of an estate selling the lot, a joint owner of the lot or a party providing or participating in a guarantee on the lot, Phillips will make an announcement in the saleroom that interested parties may bid on the lot. Consecutive and Responsive Bidding; No Reserve Lots The auctioneer may open the bidding on any lot by placing a bid on behalf of the seller. The auctioneer may further bid on behalf of the seller up to the amount of the reserve by placing consecutive bids or bids in response to other bidders. If a lot is offered without reserve, unless there are already competing absentee bids, the auctioneer will generally open the bidding at 50% of the lot’s low pre-sale estimate. In the absence of a bid at that level, the auctioneer will proceed backwards at his or her discretion until a bid is recognized and will then advance the bidding from that amount. Absentee bids on no reserve lots will, in the absence of a higher bid, be executed at approximately 50% of the low pre-sale estimate or at the amount of the bid if it is less than 50% of the low pre-sale estimate. If there is no bid whatsoever on a no reserve lot, the auctioneer may deem such lot unsold. 4 After the Auction Payment Buyers are required to pay for purchases immediately following the auction unless other arrangements have been agreed with Phillips in writing in advance of the sale. Payment must be made in Hong Kong dollars by wire transfer, as noted in Paragraph 6 of the Conditions of Sale. Cash and cheques are not accepted. Credit Cards As a courtesy to clients, Phillips accepts payment by credit card up to HK$800,000. A processing fee will apply. For details on credit card payment please contact the Client Services department at +852 2318 2000.

Bidding Increments Bidding generally opens below the low estimate and advances in increments of up to 10%, subject to the Auctioneer’s discretion. Absentee bids that do not conform to the increments set below may be lowered to the next bidding increment.

Collection It is our policy to request proof of identity on collection of a lot. A lot will be released to the buyer or the buyer’s authorized representative when Phillips has received full and cleared payment and we are not owed any other amount by the buyer. After the auction, all lots will be stored externally, please call our shipping department on +852 2318 2000 prior to arranging collection. We will levy removal, interest, storage and handling charges on uncollected lots.

HK$1,000 to HK$2,000 HK$2,000 to HK$3,000 HK$3,000 to HK$5,000

Loss or Damage Buyers are reminded that Phillips accepts liability for loss or damage to lots for a maximum of seven days following the auction.

HK$5,000 to HK$10,000 HK$10,000 to HK$20,000 HK$20,000 to HK$30,000 HK$30,000 to HK$50,000 HK$5,000,

by HK$100s by HK$200s by HK$200, 500, 800 (i.e., HK$4,200, HK$4,500, HK$4,800) by HK$500s by HK$1,000s by HK$2,000s by HK$2,000, HK$8,000

Transport and Shipping As a free service for buyers, Phillips will wrap purchased lots for hand carry only. We do not provide packing, handling or shipping services directly. However, we will coordinate with shipping agents instructed by you in order to facilitate the packing, handling and shipping of property purchased at Phillips. Please refer to Paragraph 7 of the Conditions of Sale for more information.


Important Notices Export and Import Licences Before bidding for any property, prospective bidders are advised to make independent enquiries as to whether a licence is required to export the property from Hong Kong or to import it into another country. It is the buyer’s sole responsibility to comply with all import and export laws and to obtain any necessary licences or permits. The denial of any required licence or permit or any delay in obtaining such documentation will not justify the cancellation of the sale or any delay in making full payment for the lot. Endangered Species Items made of or incorporating plant or animal material, such as coral, crocodile, ivory, whalebone, Brazilian rosewood, rhinoceros horn or tortoiseshell, irrespective of age, percentage or value, may require a licence or certificate prior to exportation and additional licences or certificates upon importation to the US or to any country within or outside the European Union (EU). Please note that the ability to obtain an export licence or certificate does not ensure the ability to obtain an import licence or certificate in another country, and vice versa. We suggest that prospective bidders check with their own government regarding wildlife import requirements prior to placing a bid. It is the buyer’s sole responsibility to obtain any necessary export or import licences or certificates as well as any other required documentation. Please note that the US prohibits the importation of any item containing African elephant ivory. Asian elephant ivory may be imported in to the US only if accompanied by independent scientific analysis regarding continent of origin and confirmation the object is more than 100 years old. We have not obtained a scientific analysis on any lot prior to sale and cannot indicate whether elephant ivory in a particular lot is African or Asian elephant. Buyers purchase these lots at their own risk and will be responsible for the costs of obtaining any scientific analysis or other report required in connection with their proposed import of such property into the US. With regard to any item containing endangered species other than elephant ivory, an importer into the US must provide documented evidence of the species identification and age of an object in order to demonstrate that the object qualifies as an antique. This will require the buyer to obtain an independent appraisal certifying the species of endangered material on the object and certifying that the object is not less than 100 years of age. A prospective buyer planning to import an object into the US may not rely on Phillips cataloguing to establish the species of endangered material on the object or to establish the age of the object and must consult with a qualified independent appraiser prior to placing a bid on the lot. Please note that lots containing potentially regulated plant or animal material are marked as a convenience to our clients, but Phillips does not accept liability for errors or for failing to mark lots containing protected or regulated species. Privacy Our Privacy Policy is available at www.phillips.com or by emailing dataprotection@phillips.com and sets out: (i) the types of personal data we will or may collect and process; (ii) the purposes for which we will or may process your personal data; (iii) the lawful bases we rely on when processing your personal data; (iv) your rights in respect of our processing of your personal data; and (v) various other information as required by applicable laws. Phillips premises, sale, and exhibition venues are subject to CCTV video surveillance and recording for security, client service and bid monitoring purposes. Phillips’ auctions will be filmed for simultaneous live broadcast on Phillips’ and third party websites and applications. Your communications with Phillips, including by phone and online (e.g. phone and on-line bidding) may be recorded for security, client service and bid monitoring purposes. Where we record such information we will process it in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

Condition Phillips makes no representation or warranty that any watch or clock is in working order, and no catalogue description of any lot should be construed as so stating. Prospective buyers are advised to have watches and clocks checked by a competent watchmaker or watch or clock restorer before use. As a service to prospective buyers, we may provide a description of the condition of watches and clocks in the catalogue entry, including references to defects and repairs, and furnish a condition report, but such information is not necessarily complete and may not specify all mechanical replacements, restorations or defects. Please note that Phillips does not guarantee the authenticity of any individual components parts, such as wheels, hands, crowns, crystals, screws, bracelets and leather bands, since prior repairs and restoration work may have resulted in the replacement of original parts. Nor does Phillips warrant that watches in water-resistant cases are currently water-resistant. Prospective buyers should inspect all watches and clocks prior to the auction to evaluate the condition of property offered for sale. Exportation of Watch Bands Incorporating Material from Endangered Species Some of the watches offered for sale in the catalogue may have bands made of endangered or protected animal materials, such as alligator or crocodile, and may not lawfully be exported from the auction site without a CITES export permit. As explained in Paragraph 1 & 4 of the Guide for Prospective Buyers, these lots are marked with ∑ in the catalogue. Accordingly, for purchased watches that are to be shipped out of the sale site for delivery, Phillips may need to remove and retain the band before shipping the watch and buckle. Authenticity Certificates Certain manufacturers do not issue certificates of authenticity, and Phillips has no obligation to furnish a buyer with a certificate of authenticity from the manufacturer, except when specifically noted in the catalogue. Unless Phillips is satisfied that we should cancel the sale in accordance with the Authorship Warranty provided in the Conditions of Sale, the failure of a manufacturer to issue a certificate will not constitute grounds for cancellation of the sale. Premium Lots Any prospective buyer interested in any Premium Lot, which is marked in the catalogue with the symbol *, must complete Premium Lot pre-registration and make a deposit of HK$2,000,000 or such higher amount as Phillips shall require in order to bid on a Premium Lot. For details, please contact the Client Services Department at +852 2318 2000.


Conditions of Sale The Conditions of Sale and Authorship Warranty set forth below govern the relationship between bidders and buyers, on the one hand, and Phillips and sellers, on the other hand. All prospective buyers should read these Conditions of Sale, the Important Notices immediately following the Guide for Prospective Buyers and the Authorship Warranty carefully before bidding. 1 Introduction Each lot in this catalogue is offered for sale and sold subject to: (a) the Conditions of Sale and Authorship Warranty; (b) additional notices and terms printed in other places in this catalogue, including the Guide for Prospective Buyers and Important Notices and (c) supplements to this catalogue or other written material posted by Phillips in the saleroom, in each case as amended by any addendum or announcement by the auctioneer prior to the auction. By bidding at the auction, whether in person, through an agent, by written bid, by telephone bid or other means, bidders and buyers agree to be bound by these Conditions of Sale, as so changed or supplemented, and Authorship Warranty. These Conditions of Sale, as so changed or supplemented, and Authorship Warranty contain all the terms on which Phillips and the seller contract with the buyer. 2 Phillips as Agent Phillips acts as an agent for the seller, unless otherwise indicated in this catalogue or at the time of auction. On occasion, Phillips may own a lot directly, in which case we will act in a principal capacity as a consignor, or a company affiliated with Phillips may own a lot, in which case we will act as agent for that company, or Phillips or an affiliated company may have a legal, beneficial or financial interest in a lot as a secured creditor or otherwise. 3 Catalogue Descriptions and Condition of Property Lots are sold subject to the Authorship Warranty, as described in the catalogue (unless such description is changed or supplemented, as provided in Paragraph 1 above) and in the condition that they are in at the time of the sale on the following basis. (a) The knowledge of Phillips in relation to each lot is partially dependent on information provided to us by the seller, and Phillips is not able to and does not carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers acknowledge this fact and accept responsibility for carrying out inspections and investigations to satisfy themselves as to the lots in which they may be interested. Notwithstanding the foregoing, we shall exercise such reasonable care when making express statements in catalogue descriptions or condition reports as is consistent with our role as auctioneer of lots in this sale and in light of (i) the information provided to us by the seller, (ii) scholarship and technical knowledge and (iii) the generally accepted opinions of relevant experts, in each case at the time any such express statement is made. (b) Each lot offered for sale at Phillips is available for inspection by prospective buyers prior to the auction. Phillips accepts bids on lots on the basis that bidders (and independent experts on their behalf, to the extent appropriate given the nature and value of the lot and the bidder’s own expertise) have fully inspected the lot prior to bidding and have satisfied themselves as to both the condition of the lot and the accuracy of its description. (c) Prospective buyers acknowledge that many lots are of an age and type which means that they are not in perfect condition. As a courtesy to clients, Phillips may prepare and provide condition reports to assist prospective buyers when they are inspecting lots. Catalogue descriptions and condition reports may make reference to particular imperfections of a lot, but bidders should note that lots may have other faults not expressly referred to in the catalogue or condition report. All dimensions are approximate. Illustrations are for identification purposes only and cannot be used as precise indications of size or to convey full information as to the actual condition of lots. (d) Information provided to prospective buyers in respect of any lot, including any pre-sale estimate, whether written or oral, and information in any catalogue, condition or other report, commentary or valuation, is not a representation of fact but rather a statement of opinion held by Phillips. Any pre-sale estimate may not be relied on as a prediction of the selling price or value of the lot and may be revised from time to time by Phillips at our absolute discretion.

Neither Phillips nor any of our affiliated companies shall be liable for any difference between the pre-sale estimates for any lot and the actual price achieved at auction or upon resale. 4 Bidding at Auction (a) Phillips has absolute discretion to refuse admission to the auction or participation in the sale. All bidders must register for a paddle prior to bidding, supplying such information and references as required by Phillips. (b) As a convenience to bidders who cannot attend the auction in person, Phillips may, if so instructed by the bidder, execute written absentee bids on a bidder’s behalf. Absentee bidders are required to submit bids on the ‘Absentee Bid Form’, a copy of which is printed in this catalogue or otherwise available from Phillips. Bids must be placed in the currency of the sale. The bidder must clearly indicate the maximum amount he or she intends to bid, excluding the buyer’s premium. The auctioneer will not accept an instruction to execute an absentee bid which does not indicate such maximum bid. Our staff will attempt to execute an absentee bid at the lowest possible price taking into account the reserve and other bidders. Any absentee bid must be received at least 24 hours in advance of the sale. In the event of identical bids, the earliest bid received will take precedence. (c) Telephone bidders are required to submit bids on the ‘Telephone Bid Form’, a copy of which is printed in this catalogue or otherwise available from Phillips. Telephone bidding is available for lots whose low pre-sale estimate is at least HK$8,000. Phillips reserves the right to require written confirmation of a successful bid from a telephone bidder by fax or otherwise immediately after such bid is accepted by the auctioneer. Telephone bids may be recorded and, by bidding on the telephone, a bidder consents to the recording of the conversation. (d) Bidders may participate in an auction by bidding online through Phillips’s online live bidding platform available on our website at www.phillips.com. To bid online, bidders must register online at least 24 hours before the start of the auction. Online bidding is subject to approval by Phillips’s bid department in our sole discretion. As noted in Paragraph 3 above, Phillips encourages online bidders to inspect prior to the auction any lot(s) on which they may bid, and condition reports are available upon request. Bidding in a live auction can progress quickly. To ensure that online bidders are not placed at a disadvantage when bidding against bidders in the room or on the telephone, the procedure for placing bids through Phillips’s online bidding platform is a one-step process. By clicking the bid button on the computer screen, a bidder submits a bid. Online bidders acknowledge and agree that bids so submitted are final and may not under any circumstances be amended or retracted. During a live auction, when bids other than online bids are placed, they will be displayed on the online bidder’s computer screen as ‘floor’ bids. ‘Floor’ bids include bids made by the auctioneer to protect the reserve. In the event that an online bid and a ‘floor’ or ‘phone’ bid are identical, the ‘floor’ bid may take precedence at the auctioneer’s discretion. The next bidding increment is shown for the convenience of online bidders in the bid button. The bidding increment available to online bidders may vary from the next bid actually taken by the auctioneer, as the auctioneer may deviate from Phillips’s standard increments at any time at his or her discretion, but an online bidder may only place a bid in a whole bidding increment. Phillips’s bidding increments are published in the Guide for Prospective Buyers. (e) When making a bid, whether in person, by absentee bid, on the telephone or online, a bidder accepts personal liability to pay the purchase price, as described more fully in Paragraph 6 (a) below, plus all other applicable charges unless it has been explicitly agreed in writing with Phillips before the commencement of the auction that the bidder is acting as agent on behalf of an identified third party acceptable to Phillips and that we will only look to the principal for such payment. (f) By participating in the auction, whether in person, by absentee bid, on the telephone or online, each prospective buyer represents and warrants that any bids placed by such person, or on such person’s behalf, are not the product of any collusive or other anticompetitive agreement and are otherwise consistent with federal and state antitrust law. (g) Arranging absentee, telephone and online bids is a free service provided by Phillips to prospective buyers. While we undertake to exercise reasonable care in undertaking such activity, we cannot accept liability for failure to execute such bids except where such failure is caused by our willful misconduct.


(h) Employees of Phillips and our affiliated companies, including the auctioneer, may bid at the auction by placing absentee bids so long as they do not know the reserve when submitting their absentee bids and otherwise comply with our employee bidding procedures. 5 Conduct of the Auction (a) Unless otherwise indicated by the symbol •, each lot is offered subject to a reserve, which is the confidential minimum selling price agreed by Phillips with the seller. The reserve will not exceed the low pre-sale estimate at the time of the auction. (b) The auctioneer has discretion at any time to refuse any bid, withdraw any lot, re-offer a lot for sale (including after the fall of the hammer) if he or she believes there may be error or dispute and take such other action as he or she deems reasonably appropriate. Phillips shall have no liability whatsoever for any such action taken by the auctioneer. If any dispute arises after the sale, our sale record is conclusive. The auctioneer may accept bids made by a company affiliated with Phillips provided that the bidder does not know the reserve placed on the lot. (c) The auctioneer will commence and advance the bidding at levels and in increments he or she considers appropriate. In order to protect the reserve on any lot, the auctioneer may place one or more bids on behalf of the seller up to the reserve without indicating he or she is doing so, either by placing consecutive bids or bids in response to other bidders. If a lot is offered without reserve, unless there are already competing absentee bids, the auctioneer will generally open the bidding at 50% of the lot’s low pre-sale estimate. In the absence of a bid at that level, the auctioneer will proceed backwards at his or her discretion until a bid is recognized and will then advance the bidding from that amount. Absentee bids on no reserve lots will, in the absence of a higher bid, be executed at approximately 50% of the low pre-sale estimate or at the amount of the bid if it is less than 50% of the low pre-sale estimate. If there is no bid whatsoever on a no reserve lot, the auctioneer may deem such lot unsold. (d) The sale will be conducted in Hong Kong dollars and payment is due in Hong Kong dollars. For the benefit of international clients, pre-sale estimates in the auction catalogue may be shown in US dollars and/or euros and, if so, will reflect approximate exchange rates. Accordingly, estimates in US dollars or euros should be treated only as a guide. If a currency converter is operated during the sale, it is done so as a courtesy to bidders, but Phillips accepts no responsibility for any errors in currency conversion calculation. (e) Subject to the auctioneer’s reasonable discretion, the highest bidder accepted by the auctioneer will be the buyer and the striking of the hammer marks the acceptance of the highest bid and the conclusion of a contract for sale between the seller and the buyer. Risk and responsibility for the lot passes to the buyer as set forth in Paragraph 7 below. (f) If a lot is not sold, the auctioneer will announce that it has been ‘passed’, ‘withdrawn’, ‘returned to owner’ or ‘bought-in’. (g) Any post-auction sale of lots offered at auction shall incorporate these Conditions of Sale and Authorship Warranty as if sold in the auction. 6 Purchase Price and Payment (a) The buyer agrees to pay us, in addition to the hammer price of the lot, the buyer’s premium, plus any applicable taxes and charges (the ‘Purchase Price’). The buyer’s premium is 25% of the hammer price up to and including HK$3,000,000, 20% of the portion of the hammer price above HK$3,000,000 up to and including HK$30,000,000 and 13.5% of the portion of the hammer price above HK$30,000,000. (b) Unless otherwise agreed, a buyer is required to pay for a purchased lot immediately following the auction regardless of any intention to obtain an export or import license or other permit for such lot. Payments must be made by the invoiced party in Hong Kong dollars by wire transfer in accordance with the bank transfer details provided on the invoice for purchased lots.

(c) As a courtesy to clients, Phillips will accept American Express, Visa and MasterCard to pay for invoices of HK$800,000 or less. A processing fee will apply. (d) Title in a purchased lot will not pass until Phillips has received the Purchase Price for that lot in cleared funds. Phillips is not obliged to release a lot to the buyer until title in the lot has passed and appropriate identification has been provided, and any earlier release does not affect the passing of title or the buyer’s unconditional obligation to pay the Purchase Price. 7 Collection of Property (a) Phillips will not release a lot to the buyer until we have received payment of its Purchase Price in full in cleared funds, the buyer has paid all outstanding amounts due to Phillips or any of our affiliated companies, including any charges payable pursuant to Paragraph 8 (a) below, and the buyer has satisfied such other terms as we in our sole discretion shall require, including completing any anti-money laundering or anti-terrorism financing checks. As soon as a buyer has satisfied all of the foregoing conditions, he or she should contact us at +852 2318 2000 to arrange for collection of purchased property. (b) The buyer must arrange for collection of a purchased lot within seven days of the date of the auction. After the auction, all lots will be stored externally, please call our shipping department on +852 2318 2000 prior to arranging collection. We will levy removal, interest, storage and handling charges on uncollected lots. Purchased lots are at the buyer’s risk, including the responsibility for insurance, from (i) the date of collection or (ii) seven days after the auction, whichever is the earlier. Until risk passes, Phillips will compensate the buyer for any loss or damage to a purchased lot up to a maximum of the Purchase Price paid, subject to our usual exclusions for loss or damage to property. (c) As a courtesy to clients, Phillips will, without charge, wrap purchased lots for hand carry only. We do not provide packing, handling, insurance or shipping services. We will coordinate with shipping agents instructed by the buyer, whether or not recommended by Phillips, in order to facilitate the packing, handling, insurance and shipping of property bought at Phillips. Any such instruction is entirely at the buyer’s risk and responsibility, and we will not be liable for acts or omissions of third party packers or shippers. (d) Phillips will require presentation of government-issued identification prior to release of a lot to the buyer or the buyer’s authorized representative. 8 Failure to Collect Purchases (a) If the buyer pays the Purchase Price but fails to collect a purchased lot within 30 days of the auction, the buyer will incur a late collection fee of HK$80 per day for each uncollected lot. We will not release purchased lots to the buyer until all such charges have been paid in full. (b) If a purchased lot is paid for but not collected within six months of the auction, the buyer authorizes Phillips, upon notice, to arrange a resale of the item by auction or private sale, with estimates and a reserve set at Phillips’s reasonable discretion. The proceeds of such sale will be applied to pay for storage charges and any other outstanding costs and expenses owed by the buyer to Phillips or our affiliated companies and the remainder will be forfeited unless collected by the buyer within two years of the original auction. 9 Remedies for Non-Payment (a) Without prejudice to any rights the seller may have, if the buyer without prior agreement fails to make payment of the Purchase Price for a lot in cleared funds within seven days of the auction, Phillips may in our sole discretion exercise one or more of the following remedies: (i) store the lot at Phillips‘s premises or elsewhere at the buyer’s sole risk and expense; (ii) cancel the sale of the lot, retaining any partial payment of the Purchase Price as liquidated damages; (iii) reject future bids from the buyer or render such bids subject to payment of a deposit; (iv) charge interest at 12% per annum from the date payment became due until the date the Purchase Price is received in cleared funds; (v) subject to notification of the buyer, exercise a lien over any of the buyer’s property which is in the possession of Phillips and instruct our affiliated companies to exercise a lien over any of the buyer’s property which is in their possession and, in each case, no earlier than 30 days from the date of such notice arrange the sale of such property and apply the proceeds to the amount owed to Phillips or any of our affiliated companies after the deduction


from sale proceeds of our standard vendor’s commission, all sale-related expenses and any applicable taxes thereon; (vi) resell the lot by auction or private sale, with estimates and a reserve set at Phillips’s reasonable discretion, it being understood that in the event such resale is for less than the original hammer price and buyer’s premium for that lot, the buyer will remain liable for the shortfall together with all costs incurred in such resale; (vii) commence legal proceedings to recover the hammer price and buyer’s premium for that lot, together with interest and the costs of such proceedings; (viii) set off the outstanding amount remaining unpaid by the buyer against any amounts which we or any of our affiliated companies may owe the buyer in any other transactions; (ix) release the name and address of the buyer to the seller to enable the seller to commence legal proceedings to recover the amounts due and legal costs; or (x) take such other action as we deem necessary or appropriate. (b) The buyer irrevocably authorizes Phillips to exercise a lien over the buyer’s property which is in our possession upon notification by any of our affiliated companies that the buyer is in default of payment. Phillips will notify the buyer of any such lien. The buyer also irrevocably authorizes Phillips, upon notification by any of our affiliated companies that the buyer is in default of payment, to pledge the buyer’s property in our possession by actual or constructive delivery to our affiliated company as security for the payment of any outstanding amount due. Phillips will notify the buyer if the buyer’s property has been delivered to an affiliated company by way of pledge. (c) If the buyer is in default of payment, the buyer irrevocably authorizes Phillips to instruct any of our affiliated companies in possession of the buyer’s property to deliver the property by way of pledge as the buyer’s agent to a third party instructed by Phillips to hold the property on our behalf as security for the payment of the Purchase Price and any other amount due and, no earlier than 30 days from the date of written notice to the buyer, to sell the property in such manner and for such consideration as can reasonably be obtained on a forced sale basis and to apply the proceeds to any amount owed to Phillips or any of our affiliated companies after the deduction from sale proceeds of our standard vendor’s commission, all sale-related expenses and any applicable taxes thereon. 10 Rescission by Phillips Phillips shall have the right, but not the obligation, to rescind a sale without notice to the buyer if we reasonably believe that there is a material breach of the seller’s representations and warranties or the Authorship Warranty or an adverse claim is made by a third party. Upon notice of Phillips election to rescind the sale, the buyer will promptly return the lot to Phillips, and we will then refund the Purchase Price paid to us. As described more fully in Paragraph 13 below, the refund shall constitute the sole remedy and recourse of the buyer against Phillips and the seller with respect to such rescinded sale. 11 Export, Import And Endangered Species Licences and Permits Before bidding for any property, prospective buyers are advised to make their own enquiries as to whether a licence is required to export a lot from Hong Kong or to import it into another country. Prospective buyers are advised that some countries prohibit the import of property made of or incorporating plant or animal material, such as coral, crocodile, ivory, whalebone, Brazilian rosewood, rhinoceros horn or tortoiseshell, irrespective of age, percentage or value. Accordingly, prior to bidding, prospective buyers considering export of purchased lots should familiarize themselves with relevant export and import regulations of the countries concerned. Please note that the US prohibits the importation of any item containing African elephant ivory. Asian elephant ivory may be imported in to the US only if accompanied by independent scientific analysis of continent of origin and confirmation the object is more than 100 years old. With regard to any item containing endangered species other than elephant ivory, an importer into the US must provide documented evidence of the species identification and age of an object in order to demonstrate that the item qualifies as an antique. This will require the buyer to obtain an independent appraisal certify the species of endangered material on the object and certifying that the object is not less than 100 years of age. A prospective buyer planning to import an object containing endangered species into the US may not rely on Phillips cataloguing to establish the species of endangered material on the object or to establish the age of the object and must consult with a qualified independent appraiser prior to placing a bid on the lot.

It is solely the buyer’s responsibility to comply with these laws and to obtain any necessary export, import and endangered species licences or permits. Failure to obtain a licence or permit or delay in so doing will not justify the cancellation of the sale or any delay in making full payment for the lot. As a courtesy to clients, Phillips has marked in the catalogue lots containing potentially regulated plant or animal material, but we do not accept liability for errors or for failing to mark lots containing protected or regulated species. 12 Personal Data (a) You acknowledge and understand that we may process your personal data (including potentially special category data) in accordance with our Privacy Policy as published at www.phillips. com or available by emailing dataprotection@phillips.com. (b) Our Privacy Policy sets out: (i) the types of personal data we will or may collect and process; (ii) the purposes for which we will or may process your personal data (including for example the provision of auction, private sale and related services; the performance and enforcement of these terms and conditions; the carrying out of identity and credit checks; keeping you informed about upcoming auctions, exhibitions and special events; and generally where reasonably necessary in the management and operation of our business); (iii) the lawful bases on which we rely in undertaking our processing of your personal data; (iv) your rights in respect of our processing of your personal data; and (v) various other information as required by applicable laws. (c) Phillips premises and sale and exhibition venues may be subject to CCTV video surveillance and recording and your communications with Phillips, including by telephone and online (e.g. telephone and on-line bidding) may also be recorded. Where we record such information we will process it in accordance with our Privacy Policy. 13 Limitation of Liability (a) Subject to sub-paragraph (e) below, the total liability of Phillips, our affiliated companies and the seller to the buyer in connection with the sale of a lot shall be limited to the Purchase Price actually paid by the buyer for the lot. (b) Except as otherwise provided in this Paragraph 13, none of Phillips, any of our affiliated companies or the seller (i) is liable for any errors or omissions, whether orally or in writing, in information provided to prospective buyers by Phillips or any of our affiliated companies or (ii) accepts responsibility to any bidder in respect of acts or omissions, whether negligent or otherwise, by Phillips or any of our affiliated companies in connection with the conduct of the auction or for any other matter relating to the sale of any lot. (c) All warranties other than the Authorship Warranty, express or implied, including any warranty of satisfactory quality and fitness for purpose, are specifically excluded by Phillips, our affiliated companies and the seller to the fullest extent permitted by law. (d) Subject to sub-paragraph (e) below, none of Phillips, any of our affiliated companies or the seller shall be liable to the buyer for any loss or damage beyond the refund of the Purchase Price referred to in sub-paragraph (a) above, whether such loss or damage is characterised as direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential, or for the payment of interest on the Purchase Price to the fullest extent permitted by law. (e) No provision in these Conditions of Sale shall be deemed to exclude or limit the liability of Phillips or any of our affiliated companies to the buyer in respect of any fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation made by any of us or in respect of death or personal injury caused by our negligent acts or omissions. 14 Copyright The copyright in all images, illustrations and written materials produced by or for Phillips relating to a lot, including the contents of this catalogue, is and shall remain at all times the property of Phillips and such images and materials may not be used by the buyer or any other party without our prior written consent. Phillips and the seller make no representations or warranties that the buyer of a lot will acquire any copyright or other reproduction rights in it.


Authorship Warranty 15 General (a) These Conditions of Sale, as changed or supplemented as provided in Paragraph 1 above, and Authorship Warranty set out the entire agreement between the parties with respect to the transactions contemplated herein and supersede all prior and contemporaneous written, oral or implied understandings, representations and agreements. (b) Notices to Phillips shall be in writing and addressed to the department in charge of the sale, quoting the reference number specified at the beginning of the sale catalogue. Notices to clients shall be addressed to the last address notified by them in writing to Phillips. (c) These Conditions of Sale are not assignable by any buyer without our prior written consent but are binding on the buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s successors, assigns and representatives. (d) Should any provision of these Conditions of Sale be held void, invalid or unenforceable for any reason, the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect. No failure by any party to exercise, nor any delay in exercising, any right or remedy under these Conditions of Sale shall act as a waiver or release thereof in whole or in part. (e) If there is any inconsistency or conflict between the English text of the Conditions of Sale, Guide for Prospective Buyers and/ or Important Notices and their Chinese translations, the English text will prevail. 16 Law and Jurisdiction (a) The rights and obligations of the parties with respect to these Conditions of Sale and Authorship Warranty, the conduct of the auction and any matters related to any of the foregoing shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with Hong Kong law. (b) For the benefit of Phillips, all bidders and sellers agree that the courts of Hong Kong are to have exclusive jurisdiction to settle all disputes arising in connection with all aspects of all matters or transactions to which these Conditions of Sale and Authorship Warranty relate or apply. All parties agree that Phillips shall retain the right to bring proceedings in any court other than the courts of Hong Kong. (c) All bidders and sellers irrevocably consent to service of process or any other documents in connection with proceedings in any court by facsimile transmission, personal service, delivery by mail or in any other manner permitted by Hong Kong law, the law of the place of service or the law of the jurisdiction where proceedings are instituted at the last address of the bidder or seller known to Phillips.

Phillips warrants the authorship of property in this auction catalogue described in headings in BOLD or CAPITALIZED type for a period of five years from date of sale by Phillips, subject to the exclusions and limitations set forth below and the Important Notices set out in this catalogue immediately following the Guide for Prospective Buyers. (a) Phillips gives this Authorship Warranty only to the original buyer of record (i.e., the registered successful bidder) of any lot. This Authorship Warranty does not extend to (i) subsequent owners of the property, including purchasers or recipients by way of gift from the original buyer, heirs, successors, beneficiaries and assigns; (ii) property where the description in the catalogue states that there is a conflict of opinion on the authorship of the property; (iii) property where our attribution of authorship was on the date of sale consistent with the generally accepted opinions of specialists, scholars or other experts; (iv) property whose description or dating is proved inaccurate by means of scientific methods or tests not generally accepted for use at the time of the publication of the catalogue or which were at such time deemed unreasonably expensive or impractical to use or likely in our reasonable opinion to have caused damage or loss in value to the lot; or (v) property where there has been no material loss in value from the value of the lot had it been as described in the heading of the catalogue entry. (b) In any claim for breach of the Authorship Warranty, Phillips reserves the right, as a condition to rescinding any sale under this warranty, to require the buyer to provide to us at the buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s expense the written opinions of two recognized experts approved in advance by Phillips. We shall not be bound by any expert report produced by the buyer and reserve the right to consult our own experts at our expense. If Phillips agrees to rescind a sale under the Authorship Warranty, we shall refund to the buyer the reasonable costs charged by the experts commissioned by the buyer and approved in advance by us. (c) Subject to the exclusions set forth in subparagraph (a) above, the buyer may bring a claim for breach of the Authorship Warranty provided that (i) he or she has notified Phillips in writing within three months of receiving any information which causes the buyer to question the authorship of the lot, specifying the auction in which the property was included, the lot number in the auction catalogue and the reasons why the authorship of the lot is being questioned and (ii) the buyer returns the lot to Phillips to the salesroom in which it was purchased in the same condition as at the time of its auction and is able to transfer good and marketable title in the lot free from any third party claim arising after the date of the auction. Phillips has discretion to waive any of the foregoing requirements set forth in this subparagraph (c) or subparagraph (b) above. (d) The buyer understands and agrees that the exclusive remedy for any breach of the Authorship Warranty shall be rescission of the sale and refund of the original Purchase Price paid. This remedy shall constitute the sole remedy and recourse of the buyer against Phillips, any of our affiliated companies and the seller and is in lieu of any other remedy available as a matter of law or equity. This means that none of Phillips, any of our affiliated companies or the seller shall be liable for loss or damage beyond the remedy expressly provided in this Authorship Warranty, whether such loss or damage is characterized as direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential, or for the payment of interest on the original Purchase Price.


Please return this form by email to bidshongkong@phillips.com at least 24 hours before the sale. Please read carefully the information in the right column and note that it is important that you indicate whether you are applying as an individual or on behalf of a company.

Please select the type of bid you wish to make with this form (please select one):

In-person Absentee Bidding Telephone Bidding

Paddle Number

Please indicate in what capacity you will be bidding (please select one):

As a private individual On behalf of a company

14/F St. George’s Buidling, 2 Ice House Street, Central, Hong Kong

• PRIVATE PURCHASES Proof of identity in the form of government-issued identification and proof of address will be required. • COMPANY PURCHASES We require a Letter of Authorisation signed by a company director for the noted individual to transact on the company’s behalf and a copy of government-issued identification (such as the certificate of incorporation) to verify the status of the company. • CONDITIONS OF SALE All bids are placed and executed, and all lots are sold and purchased, subject to the Conditions of Sale printed in the catalogue. Please read them carefully before placing a bid. Your attention is drawn to Paragraph 4 of the Conditions of Sale. • If you cannot attend the sale, we can execute bids confidentially on your behalf.

Address

• Phillips charges the successful bidder a commission, or buyer’s premium, on the hammer price of each lot sold. The buyer’s premium is payable by the buyer as part of the total purchase price at the following rates: 25% of the hammer price up to and including HK$3,000,000, 20% of the portion of the hammer price above HK$3,000,000 up to and including HK$30,000,000 and 13.5% of the portion of the hammer price above HK$30,000,000.

City

• “Buy” or unlimited bids will not be accepted. Alternative bids can be placed by using the word “OR” between lot numbers.

Sale Title Title

Sale Number First Name

Sale Date

Surname Account Number

Company (if applicable)

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• For absentee bids, indicate your maximum limit for each lot, excluding the buyer’s premium and any applicable VAT. Your bid will be executed at the lowest price taking into account the reserve and other bidders. On no reserve lots, in the absence of other bids, your bid will be executed at approximately 50% of the low pre-sale estimate or at the amount specified, if less than 50% of the low estimate.

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Phone number to call at the time of sale (for Phone Bidding only) 1.

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• Your bid must be submitted in the currency of the sale and will be rounded down to the nearest amount consistent with the auctioneer’s bidding increments.

Language to be used (for Phone Bidding only)

• If we receive identical bids, the first bid received will take precedence.

Please complete the following section for telephone and absentee bids only Lot number In Consecutive Order

Brief description

Maximum bid price in HK$* Absentee Bids Only

• Arranging absentee and telephone bids is a free service provided by us to prospective buyers. While we will exercise reasonable care in undertaking such activity, we cannot accept liability for errors relating to execution of your bids except in cases of wilful misconduct. Agreement to bid by telephone must be confirmed by you promptly in writing or by fax. Telephone bid lines may be recorded. • Please submit your bids to the Bid Department by fax at +852 2318 2010 or scan and email to bidshongkong@phillips.com at least 24 hours before the sale. You will receive confirmation by email within one business day. If you have not received our confirmation, please resubmit your bids(s) and contact the Bid Department at +852 2318 2029. • Payment for lots can be made by credit card (up to HK$800,000) or by wire transfer. Please note that credit cards are subject to a surcharge. • Lots cannot be collected until payment has cleared and all charges have been paid.

* Excluding Buyer’s Premium

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準買家指引

拍賣現場購買 以下指引有助閣下了解如何在富藝斯拍賣會上購買拍品,本公司職員 將竭誠為您服務。

業務規定 拍賣會乃根據圖錄末段所載之業務規定及著作保證而運作。競投者 請務必細閱業務規定及著作保證以了解本公司與賣家及買家之間的 法律關係;以及於拍賣會上購買之條款。富藝斯在一般情況下為賣家 之代理人。競投者亦應細閱列印於本準買家指引後的重要通告。

買家支付之酬金 本公司會按每件拍品成交價向競投成功者收取佣金或買家支付之酬 金。買家應支付酬金費率為:拍賣品成交價首港幣3,000,000 元之 25%,加逾港幣3,000,000 元以上至港幣30,000,000元部份之20% ;加逾港幣30,000,000元之餘款的13.5%計算。 買家須就每件拍品支付其成交價、買家支付之酬金及任何適用之稅 項及費用。

1 拍賣前 訂購圖錄 如欲購買是次或其他富藝斯拍賣圖錄,請致電 + 852-23182000, +41 22317 8181, +44 20 73184010 , +1 212 940 1240 聯絡我們。 拍賣前估價 拍賣前估價用意為提供指引予準買家。本公司認為任何介乎於高至 低估價範圍之間的競投價皆有成功機會。然而,拍品亦有可能在低 於或高於拍賣前估價拍出。如欲對標示為「估價待詢」之拍賣品了 解更多,請與專家部門聯繫。由於估價可予修改,因此閣下可於臨 近拍賣前聯絡我們。拍賣前估價並不包括買家支付之酬金或其他適 用稅項。

拍賣前估價以美元及歐元為單位 本拍賣會將以港元為競投貨幣,但載於拍賣圖錄內的拍賣前估價除 以港元為單位外,亦或會用美元及或歐元。由於圖錄中的貨幣兌換率 是根據圖錄付印時而非拍賣當日的兌換率而訂,因此美元或歐元的 拍賣前估價只供參考用。

圖錄編列 富藝斯或會在圖錄內刊印有關拍品之出處及過往展覽、引述於藝術 刊物之紀錄。儘管我們以審慎的態度進行編列,但拍賣品的出處、展 覽及文獻或未能詳盡;及在某些情況下我們或會有意地不揭露物主 身份。請注意所有陳述於圖錄內拍賣品之量度均為約數。

拍賣品之狀況 本公司之圖錄只會在多件型作品 (例如印刷品)的描述中提到狀況事 宜。但該些狀況資料並不等於狀況之完整說明。未有提及此等狀況 資料亦不表示拍品全無缺陷或瑕疵。品狀報告乃富藝斯為方便買家 提供的一項服務。我們的專家以物品估價相應的方式評估及撰寫品 狀報告。雖然我們以真誠及謹慎的態度撰寫品狀報告,惟本公司職 員並非專業修復者。故我們建議所有準買家應親臨拍賣前展覽並親 自檢查拍品;特別是估價較高的拍品,我們建議閣下保留您的專業修 復者或顧問對拍賣品於競投前的狀況所作的報告。另外,品狀報告並 不等於狀況之完整說明及或未能具體說明所有瑕疵。沒有品狀報告 或未有於圖錄內提述有關損毀說明並不表示拍賣品狀況良好、能正 常運轉或無修補或維修。 拍賣前預展 拍賣前預展乃免費並對外公開,我們的專家可於預展或預約時提供 意見及品狀報告。

保證金 如欲競投標有*記號之拍賣品 (高額拍賣品),富藝斯或要求閣下交付 港幣2,000,000元或其他由富藝斯決定之更大金額的保證金及任何 財務狀況證明,擔保及/或其他由富藝斯可全權酌情決定要求的抵 押作為參加富藝斯競投的保障。富藝斯亦會要求閣下於該高額拍賣 品拍賣日前完成高額拍賣品預先登記。當我們確認收到保證金及已 填妥之預先登記表格後,閣下將獲發高額拍賣品競投牌以資識別。 拍賣官一般只接受以高額拍賣品競投牌或其登記競投人士作出之競 投。此亦適用於拍賣現場、電話及書面競投。閣下可以電匯或富藝斯 可接受之信用卡繳付保證金。如閣下未有成功競投高額拍賣品,於富 藝斯或我們任何附屬公司亦無任何欠款,保證金將以電匯(與閣下繳 付保證金時相同之貨幣)或信用卡退還,視乎個別情形,本公司將安 排於拍賣日期後7天內安排退還保證金。

符號圖例 圖錄內提述有關以下符號之意思

O ♦ 保證項目 拍賣品標有O符號代表該賣家獲富藝斯承擔保證最低出售價。若保 證由第三方(已進行不可撤銷的競投)提供或與本公司共同提供,該 拍賣品將標有O ♦。若第三方在拍賣品中持有全部或部分財政權益, 該方亦會承擔全部或部分拍品不被賣出的風險,在該方並非拍賣品 投得者的情況下亦可獲得相應之補償金。補償金可為一固定費用、 成交價或買家支付之酬金的一定比例或由上述的組合而成。第三方 可於拍賣時競投已獲保證之拍賣品,而競投金額必須高於其不可撤 銷的競投。若該第三方競投成功,其必須繳付拍賣品的成交價和買 家支付之酬金,而不會獲得任何補償。

Δ 富藝斯擁有業權權益之拍賣品 拍賣品標有Δ符號代表富藝斯擁有該拍賣品之全部或部分業權,或在 拍賣品中擁有相等於業權權益之經濟利益。 • 無底價 除非標有•符號,否則所有本圖錄內所載之拍賣品均有底價。底價是 由富藝斯和賣家共同訂立且機密之價格。拍賣品不會以低於該價售 出。每件拍賣品的底價一般以低估價之一定比例來定,並且不會高於 拍賣前低估價。 ∑ 瀕危物種 標有此符號的拍賣品表示在編列圖錄時該拍賣品已確定含有瀕危或 其他受保護野生動物物種並可能受到就有關出口或入口之限制及可 能需要出口及入口許可證。詳情請參閱準買家指引第4段及業務規 定第11段。

* 高額拍賣品 標有此符號的拍賣品其拍賣前低估價為港幣8百萬或以上均被富藝 斯列為高額拍賣品。如欲競投高額拍賣品,準買家必須填妥預先登記 表格及繳付高額拍賣品保證金,詳情請參閱準買家指引第1段。 ▼ 限制進口 標有此符號的拍賣品或受美國入口限制。詳情請參閱列印於此準買 家指引後的重要通告。 2 拍賣競投

於拍賣會上競投 競投可於拍賣會上由個人親臨舉競投牌進行,亦可透過電話、網上進 行競投或在拍賣前以書面形式參加。請提供政府發出的身份證明文 件及原有簽名。我們或需要閣下提供銀行證明。 親身競投 親身競投之人士須於拍賣會開始前登記及領取競投牌。我們建議新 客戶於拍賣舉行前至少48小時辦理登記,以便有充足時間處理閣下 之資料。所有售出之拍賣品發票抬頭人均為登記競投牌之人士及其 地址,並不得轉讓至他人及其他地址。請勿遺失競投牌,如有遺失請 立即通知富藝斯職員。拍賣完結時,請將競投牌交回登記處。 電話競投 如閣下未能出席拍賣會,您可透過電話與本公司通曉多國語言之職 員進行實時競投。此服務須於拍賣會開始前至少24小時安排,及 只適用於拍賣前低估價為港幣8,000元以上之拍品。電話競投將 可被錄音。以電話競投即代表閣下同意其對話將被錄音。我們建 議閣下表明最高競投價(不包括買家支付之酬金)以便我們在無法以 電話聯絡閣下時代您競投。如欲安排電話競投,請致電香港投標部 +852-2318 2029。

網上競投 如閣下未能親自出席拍賣會,您可透過我們於網站www.phillips. com內的實時競投平台進行網上競投。我們建議使用Google Chrome、Firefox、Opera及Internet Explorer執行網上拍賣。閣下如 欲以Safari運行網上拍賣需先行安裝Adobe Flash Player。於網站內 按「拍賣」、「實時拍賣」然後「實時競投登記」以作預先登記。第一 次登記時需先建立帳戶,此後只需登記個別拍賣即可。閣下須於拍賣 前至少24小時作網上預先登記以便投標部確認。請注意網上競投者 或會因企業防火牆而未能競投。 書面競投 如閣下未能出席拍賣會及參與電話競投,富藝斯樂意代表閣下進行 書面競投。本圖錄末附有競投表格。此服務乃免費並且保密。投標價 必須是以拍賣會當地的貨幣為單位。本公司之職員將參考底價及其 他競投價,盡力以最低價進行競投。請標明最高競投價(不包括買家 支付之酬金) 。無限價競投標將不獲接納。所有書面競投須於拍賣24 小時前收到。倘本公司就同一項拍賣品收到相同之競價,則最先收到 之競價會獲優先


辦理。

僱員競投 富藝斯及其附屬公司之僱員,包括拍賣官只可在不知底價及全面遵守 本公司的僱員競投內部規例之情況下進行書面競投。

競投價遞增幅度 競投一般由低於最低估價開始,通常每次喊價之遞增幅度最高為 10%,拍賣官亦可於拍賣時自行決定更改每次喊價增加之額度。書面 競投價若與下列之遞增幅度不一致,將被調低至下一個喊價幅度。 競投價 1,000-2,000 港元 2,000-3,000港元 3,000-5,000港元

5,000-10,000港元 10,000-20,000港元 20,000-30,000港元 30,000-50,000港元

50,000-100,000港元 100,000-200,000港元 200,000-300,000港元 300,000-500,000港元

500,000-1,000,000港元 1,000,000港元或以上

每次喊價之遞增金額 100港元 200港元 200, 500, 800 港元 (例 4,200, 4,500, 4,800港元) 500港元 1,000港元 2,000港元 2,000, 5,000, 8,000港元 (例 32,000, 35,000, 38,000 港元) 5,000港元 10,000港元 20,000港元 20,000, 50,000, 80,000港元 (例 320,000, 350,000, 380,000港元) 50,000港元 拍賣官自行決定

在拍賣時拍賣官可酌情更改每次增加之額度。 3 拍賣

如上所述,拍賣會受業務規定及保險書所規限,所有準買家應仔細 閱讀。該等業務規定及保證書可經在拍賣會場張貼通告或由拍賣官 作出公佈之方式進行修改。

有利害關係的各方公佈 在某些情況下對拍賣品有直接或間接利害關係的一方可能對拍賣品 作出競投,如出售拍賣品之遺產之受益人或執行者;拍賣品之聯權共 有人或提供或參與保證的一方,富藝斯將會於拍賣廳內公佈有利害關 係的各方可能對拍賣品作出競投。

接連投標及競投;無底價拍賣品 拍賣官可代表賣家為任何拍賣品叫第一口價以開始競投。拍賣官更 可代表賣家以接連投標或競投之方式,就拍賣品作出競投直至達到 底價。就不設底價的拍賣品,除非已有競投,否則拍賣官一般會以拍品 的拍賣前低估價的50%開始拍賣。若在此價格下並無投標,拍賣官會 自行斟酌將價格下降繼續拍賣,直至有客戶開始競投,然後再由該投 標價向上繼續拍賣在沒有更高叫價的情況下,以書面投標競投無底價 拍賣品會以拍賣前低估價大約50%成交。 但若該投標價低於拍賣前 低估價的50%, 則以該投標價成交。如果無底價拍賣品沒有任何叫 價, 拍賣官會自行決定該拍賣品為流拍。 4 拍賣後

付款 除非與富藝斯於拍賣前已達成書面安排,否則買家須於拍賣後即時以 港元付款。閣下可依照業務規定第6段所述以電匯方式付款。現金及 支票恕不接納。 信用卡 為方便客戶, 富藝斯可接受以信用卡支付不多於港幣80萬元的付款。 使用信用卡將會被收取附加費。 如欲了解更多以信用卡付款詳情, 請 聯絡客戶服務部+852 2318 2000。

提取 提取拍賣品時請出示身份證明。富藝斯收到全數結清之貨款及確認 買家在本公司及其附屬公司沒有欠款後,會將拍賣品交予買家或買家 授權之代表。拍賣後所有拍品會被轉移到本公司的辦公室, 地址為香 港中環置地廣場約克大廈13樓1301室。

損失或損壞

買家請注意富藝斯對拍賣品損失或損壞之責任期限最多為拍賣後 七天。

運輸及付運 作為一項予買家的免費服務,富藝斯只可包裝拍品作手提用。我們並 不會直接提供包裝、處理及付運服務。但我們可依據閣下之指示與 付運代理協調以促成閣下於本公司購買貨物之包裝、處理及付運。詳 情請參閱業務規定第7段。 出口及入口許可證 在競投任何拍賣品前,我們建議準買家對拍賣品先作獨立調查以 確定是否需要以許可證出口香港或進入其他國家。買家須遵守所有 入口及出口之法律及應取得有關的出口或入口許可證。不獲發任何 所需之許可證或執照並不構成取消買賣或延遲繳付全數貨款之充 分理由。

瀕危物種 由植物或動物材料如珊瑚、鱷魚、象牙、鯨骨、巴西玫瑰木、犀牛角 或玳瑁殼,不論其年份、百分比率或價值,均可能須申領許可證或證 書方可入口至美國或其他歐盟以內或外的國家。請注意能取得出口 許可證或證書並不能確保可在另一國家取得進口許可證或證書,反 之亦然。我們建議準買家在競投前向相關政府查核有關野生動植物 進口之規定後再參與競投。買家須負上所有責任取得任何所需出口 或進口許可證或證書,以及任何其他所需文件。請注意美國禁止入 口任何含有非洲象牙的產品。亞洲象的象牙可被進口到美國,而該進 口必須附有獨立科學分析報告以證明有關物品的起源地及確認物品 的年期已超過一百年。我們在銷售任何藏品前,均無對藏品進行科學 分析,所以無法確認相關藏品的象牙是來自亞洲及非洲。買家凡購買 有關藏品並計畫將有關藏品進口美國,必須承擔風險並負責支付任 何科學分析報告或其他報告的費用。 有關任何含有象牙以外的瀕危物種藏品,進口者須提供證明文件鑑 定物種及藏品之年期以顯示該藏品為古董。買家須進行獨立評估以 認證藏品上之瀕危物種物料及認證藏品之年期為不少於一百年。如 欲計劃入口藏品到美國的準買家不應依靠富藝斯編列於圖錄內藏品 上的瀕危物種物料或藏品之年期及必須諮詢具有專業資格的獨立鑑 定者後再參與競投。 請注意我們為方便客戶而在含有可能受管制植物或動物物料的拍賣 品上附加標記,但附加標記時如有任何錯誤或遺漏,富藝斯恕不承 擔任何責任。


重要通告

狀況 富藝斯對於任何鐘錶之正常運作均不作任何陳述或保證,及圖錄內 任何拍賣品之描述不應理解為聲明。準買家應於使用前請專業鐘錶 匠或鐘錶修復者先行檢查鐘錶。為方便準買家,我們或會於圖錄編 列時提供鐘錶狀況之描述,包括缺陷及維修說明及提供品狀報告。 但品狀報告並不等於狀況之完整說明及或未能具體說明所有機械的 更換、修復或缺陷。請留意富藝斯不保證任何組件之原廠真品,如鐘 錶輪、錶針、錶冠、晶體、螺釘、手鐲及皮革錶帶,因之前的修復或導 致更換原裝配件。富藝斯亦不保證防水錶殼的手錶目前仍為防水。準 買家應於拍賣前檢查所有鐘錶以評估拍賣品之狀況。

出口含有瀕危物種物料錶帶 部分於圖錄內的手錶的錶帶或由瀕危或受保護動物物料所造,如鱷 魚皮或鱷魚,及在沒有CITES出口許可證下不能合法地從拍賣當地出 口。 如準買家指引第1及4段所說明,該些拍賣品於圖錄中附有Σ符 號。 同樣地, 如欲將手錶付運離開拍賣當地, 富藝斯 或需在付運手錶 及手錶釦前先將錶帶拆除及保留。 真品證書 某些製造商並不會發出真品證書, 除非於圖錄中特別列明, 否則富藝 斯並沒有義務向買家提供由製造商所發的真品證書。 除非富藝斯根 據業務規定之保證書同意取消,否則製造商未能發出證書並非取消 買賣之充分理由。

高額拍賣品 所有準買家如欲競投任何高額拍賣品(標有*記號之拍賣品)必須完成 高額拍賣品預先登記及交付港幣2,000,000元或其他由富藝斯決定 之更大金額的保證金。詳情請聯絡客戶服務部+852 2318 2000。

業務規定

準競投者與買家以及富藝斯與賣家的關係受下面闡述之業務規定及 著作保證所規限。 所有準買家須於參與競投前小心細閱業務規定, 於 準買家指引後的重要通告及著作保證。

1 序言 圖錄內所列拍賣品之銷售及售出均根據(a)業務規定及著作保證;(b) 圖錄其他地方所載之任何附加通知條款, 包括準買家指引及重要通 告及(c)補充本圖錄或其他富藝斯張貼於拍賣廳內之書面資料, 或由 拍賣官於拍賣前作出公佈之方式進行修改。透過於拍賣中競投, 不 論以親身,經代理人,以書面競投, 以電話或其他方式競投, 競投者和 買家均同意接受並遵守經改變或補充的業務規定及著作保證。該些 經改變或補充的業務規定及著作保證包括富藝斯及賣家與買家合約 成立之條款。

2 富藝斯作為代理人 除非於本圖錄中或於拍賣時另有說明, 否則富藝斯作為賣家的代理 人。 在個別情況下富藝斯可能擁有拍賣品, 在該情況下以委託人之身 份作為賣家行事; 或富藝斯其附屬公司可能擁有拍賣品, 在該情況下 則作為該公司的代理人, 或富藝斯或其附屬公司可能以抵押債權人或 其他身份擁有拍賣品之法律、實益或財務利益。

3 圖錄說明及拍賣品狀況 拍賣品均受著作保證所限制出售, 如圖錄所述(除非該說明如上面第1 段所述被修改或補充) 及依據以下基礎陳述拍賣品於拍賣時的狀況。

(a) 富藝斯對各拍賣品之認識部份依賴賣家向其提供之資料, 且富藝 斯無法及不會就各拍賣品進行全面盡職審查。 準買家知悉此事, 並 承擔進行檢查及檢驗之責任, 以使滿意彼等可能感興趣之拍賣品。 儘管如前所述, 富藝斯在圖錄描述或品狀報告作出之明示聲明, 應以 有關拍賣中有關拍賣品之拍賣官身份相符之合理審慎態度作出; 以 及基於(I)賣家向其提供之資料; (II)學術及技術知識; 及(III)相關專家 普遍接納之意見作出之明示聲明, 在各情況下應以合理審慎態度作 出明示。

(b) 富藝斯提呈拍賣時出售之各拍賣品於拍賣前可供準買家檢查。 在 競投人(鑑於有關拍賣品之性質及價值及競投人之專業知識而屬合 適者,以及代表彼等之獨立專家)已當作在投標前全面檢驗拍賣品, 並 滿意拍賣品之狀況及其描述之準確性, 富藝斯會接受競投人對拍賣 品之投標。 (c)準買家確認眾多拍賣品年代久遠及種類特殊, 意味拍賣品並非完 好無缺。 為方便準買家, 富藝斯或會準備及提供品狀報告以方便準 買家檢查拍賣品用。 圖錄描述及品狀報告在若干情況下可用作拍 賣品某些瑕疵之參考, 但競投人應注意, 拍賣品可能存在其他在圖錄 或品狀報告內並無明確呈視出之瑕疵。 所有量度皆為約數。 解說 只供鑑定用途, 將不能當作為拍賣品尺寸之精確量度或真實狀況之 全部資料。

(d) 提供予準買家有關任何拍賣品之資料包括任何拍賣前預測(無論 為書面或口述)及包括任何圖錄所載之資料、規則及其他報告、評論 或估值, 該等資料並非事實之陳述, 而是富藝斯所持有之意見之聲明, 故不應依賴任何拍賣前預測作為拍賣品售價或價值之預測, 且該等 資料可由富藝斯不時全權酌情決定修改。 富藝斯及並附屬公司皆不 會為任何拍品拍賣前估價與於拍賣或轉售所達之實際價錢之間的差 距負上任何責任。

4 拍賣會上競投出價 (a) 富藝斯可全權酌情決定拒絕進入拍賣場地或參與拍賣。 所有競投 者需於競投前登記競投牌, 並提供富藝斯所需資料及參考。

(b) 為方便未能親身出席拍賣的競投者, 富藝斯或根據競投者之指示 代其進行書面競投。書面競投者須遞交”書面競投表格”, 此表格列 印於圖錄末部或可向富藝斯索取。 投標價必須是以拍賣會當地的貨 幣為單位。 競投者需清楚標明最高之投標價 (不包括買家支付之酬 金)。拍賣官將不會接受任何沒有標明最高投標價之書面競投。 本公 司之人員將參考底價及其他競投價,盡力以最低價進行競投。所有 書面競投須於拍賣前24小時收到。 倘本公司就同一項拍賣品收到相 同之競價,則最先收到之競價會獲優先辦理。 (c)電話競投者須遞交”電話競投表格”, 此表格列印於圖錄末部或可 向富藝斯索取。 電話競投只適用於拍賣前低估價最少達港幣8000 元之拍品。富藝斯保留要求電話競投者以傳真或其他方式儘快於拍 賣官接受其競投後以書面確認成功競投之權利。電話競投將可被錄 音。以電話競投即代表閣下同意其對話將被錄音。

(d) 競投者可透過富藝斯於網站內www.phillips.com的實時競投平台 進行網上競投。競投者須於拍賣前至少24小時作網上預先登記。 網 上競投須得富藝斯投標部許可及


投標部有酌情權。 如上述第3段, 富藝斯建議網上競投者於拍賣前檢 視有興趣競投之拍賣品, 及可要求索取品狀報告。 拍賣中競投速度 或會很迅速。 為確保網上競投者與現場或電話競投者競投時不處於 劣勢, 透過富藝斯網上競投平台競投為單一步驟過程。 透過按下電腦 屏幕上的競投鍵, 競投者即遞交一投標價。 網上競投者確認及同意 遞交之投標價為已確實及任何情況下或不能修改或退回。 於拍賣進 行中時, 當有非網上投標出現時, 該些投標會於網上競投者的電腦屏 幕上顯示為 “現場”投標。 “現場”投標包括拍賣官為保障底價的 投標。倘就同一項拍賣品收到網上競投者及一“現場” 或 “電話” 競投者相同之競價,則拍賣官有權自行決定“現場” 投標會獲優先 辦理。為方便網上競投者競投, 下一喊價顯示於投標鍵上, 網上競投 者之競投價遞增幅度或會與拍賣官實際上下一喊價有所不同。 因拍 賣官在任何時候可自行決定或會偏離富藝斯之標準遞增幅度, 但網上 競投者或只可以完整之下一喊價投標。 富藝斯之標準競投價遞增幅 度載於準買家指引。

(e) 不論以親身、書面競投、電話競投或網上方式競投, 當競投時即 代表競投者接受承擔繳付購買價及所有其他適用費用之責任, 詳情 如以下第6(a)段所述, 除非於拍賣開始前已與富藝斯以書面明確約定 該競投者為一代理人, 而代表富藝斯接受該已知的第三方及只會向 該方收取付款。

(f) 不論以親身、書面競投、電話競投或網上方式參與競投, 即代表各 準買家代表及保證其或其代理人之投標均不是任何串通或其他反競 爭協議的產生及與聯邦反信任法例一致。

(g) 書面及電話競投是本公司提供予準買家之免費服務,本公司將盡 合理努力代其競投。除了故意瀆職的情況外,本公司不會對因未能執 行書面或電話競投,或在當中出現之任何失誤或遺漏負任何責任。

(h) 富藝斯及其附屬公司之僱員,包括拍賣官, 只可在不知底價及全面 遵守本公司的僱員競投內部規例之情況下進行書面競投。 5 拍賣規定 (a) 除非標有•符號, 否則所有拍賣品均有底價限制, 底價是一富藝 斯與賣家達成協議的保密最低出售價。 該底價不會高於拍賣前低 估價。

(b) 拍賣官可隨時酌情決定拒絕或接受任何競投, 撒回任何拍賣品, 重新出售拍賣品(包括在落槌後), 以及如遇出錯或爭議時採取其認 為是合適之其他行動。 富藝斯不會為拍賣官之行動承擔任何責任。 如在拍賣後有任何爭議, 將會以本公司的拍賣紀錄為確鑿。 拍賣官 或會接受富藝斯附屬公司競投者在不知道該拍賣品之底價的情況 下之競投。

(c) 拍賣官會以其認為合適之喊價開始及繼續拍賣。 為保障所有拍 賣品的底價, 拍賣官在不一定表示的情況下, 可代表賣家以接連投標 或競投之方式就拍賣品作出競投直至達到底價。 就不設底價的拍 賣品,除非已有競投,否則拍賣官一般會以拍賣品的拍賣前低估價的 50%開始拍賣。 若在此價格下並無投標,拍賣官會自行斟酌將價格下 降繼續拍賣,直至有客戶開始競投,然後再由該投標價向上繼續拍賣。 在沒有更高叫價的情況下, 以書面投標競投無底價拍賣品會以拍賣前 低估價大約50%成交。 但若該投標價低於拍賣前低估價的50%, 則 以該投標價成交。如果無底價拍賣品沒有任何叫價, 拍賣官會自行決 定該拍賣品為流拍。 (d) 本拍賣會以港元進行拍賣及須以港元繳款。 為方便海外客人, 圖 錄內之拍賣前估價或會用美元及或歐元, 及會反映大概兌換率。 因 此, 美元或歐元的估價只供參考用。為方便競投者, 本公司於拍賣會 上或使用貨幣兌換顯示板, 富藝斯 不會為任何貨幣兌換計算出現錯 誤承擔任何責任。

(e) 在拍賣官之酌情下, 其出價最高且被拍賣官接受的競投者將為買 家, 下槌則顯示最高競投價之被接受, 亦表示賣家與買家之間的拍賣 合約之訂立。 拍賣品之風險及責任將如載於以下第7段轉移到買家。 (f) 如拍賣品沒有售出, 拍賣官會宣佈該拍賣品為”流拍”, “撤回”, “送回賣家”。

(g) 任何於拍賣會後的拍品買賣均受業務規定及著作保證所限制, 如 同拍品於拍賣會中出售。

6 購買價及付款 (a) 買家同意支付本公司每件拍賣品之成交價,買家應支付本公司 酬金及所有適用稅項及費用。買家應支付酬金費率為:拍賣品成交 價首港幣3,000,000元之25%,加逾港幣3,000,000元以上至港幣 30,000,000元部份之20%;加逾港幣30,000,000元之餘款的13.5% 計算。富藝斯保留用酬金支付介紹佣金予一個或多個協助拍品於拍 賣會中售出的第三方之權利。

(b) 除非另有協議, 否則買家須於拍賣後立即繳款, 與有任何意圖獲得 該拍賣出口或進口許可證或其他執照無關。 付款須由發票抬頭人,以 港元及按照發票上之詳細銀行資料以電匯方式支付。

(c) 為方便客戶, 富藝斯將接受以美國運通卡, Visa及萬事達卡繳付最 多港幣80萬元之發票。 使用信用卡將被收取附加費。 (d) 所購拍賣品之擁有權將於富藝斯全數收取後方可轉移。 富藝斯 概無責任將拍賣品交給買家直至拍賣品之擁有權已轉移, 且已獲提 供適當確認而提早交付不會影響擁有權之轉移或買家支付買入價之 無條件責任。

7 提取拍賣品 (a) 富藝斯直至確認全數收取及買家於富藝斯或其附屬公司沒有欠 款, 包括任何根據以下第8(a)段所述需繳之任何費用; 及我們滿意買 家所需其他條款(包括完成反洗黑錢或反恐怖主義之財務審查後, 會 將拍賣品交予買家。

(b) 買家須於拍賣後7天內安排提取拍賣品。 拍賣後所有拍賣品會被 轉移到本公司的辦公室, 地址為香港中環置地廣場約克大廈13樓1301 室。 已買之拍賣品之風險,包括投保責任由買家承擔, 由(I) 領取; 或 (II) 拍賣會後7天, 以較早日期為準。 直到風險轉移, 富藝斯將就拍賣 品之任何損失或損毀向買家支付賠償, 惟以所付之買入價為最高限 額,並受我們一般損失或損毀拍賣品安排所限制。 (c) 為方便客戶,富藝斯可在不另收費下, 包裝拍賣品作手提用。我們 並不會提供包裝、處理、保險及付運服務。我們可依據買家之指示與 付運代理(不論是否由富藝斯所建議)協調及促成閣下於本公司購買 貨物之包裝、處理、保險及付運於富藝斯所購的拍賣品。買家須承擔 所有任何指示之風險及責任, 本公司將不會負責或承擔其他的包裝 員或運送員之行為及遺漏引致的任何責任。 (d) 富藝斯在將拍賣品交予買家或買家之授權於代表前, 要求出示政 府發出之身份證明。

8 未提取拍品 (a)倘買家支付全數但未有於拍賣會後30天內提取拍賣品, 買家將會 被收取逾期提取費用。 每年未提取的拍品費用為每天港幣80元。 我們在全數收到該些費用後方會將拍賣品交予買家。

(b) 倘已繳付拍品, 但未於拍賣會後6個月內提取該拍品, 則買家授權 富藝斯(經通知後) 安排以拍賣或私人出售以重售該物品, 而估價及底 價將由富藝斯酌情決定。 除非買家在該拍賣會後兩年內收取該出售 之所得款項扣除存倉費及任何其他買家欠富藝斯或其附屬公司之所 有費用, 否則該筆款項將被沒收。

9 欠繳款之補償方法 (a) 在不影響賣家可能擁有之任何權利之情況下, 倘買家在未預先協 定之情況下未能在拍賣會後7天內悉數繳付拍賣品購入價, 富藝斯可 全權決定行使以下一項或多項補救方法: (I) 將拍賣品貯存在其處所 或其他地方, 風險及費用完全由買家承擔; (II) 取消該拍賣品之銷售, 保留購入價任何部分繳款作為違約金; (III) 拒絕買家未來作出之競投 或使其就未來之競投須支付保證金; (IV) 收取由到期日至悉數收取 買入價當日期間按每年12%之利率計算之利息; (V) 對買家由富藝斯 所管有之任何物品行使留置權及指示富藝斯附屬公司對其管有買家 之任何物品行使留置權。 在知會買家後, 並在發出該通知之30天後 可安排出售該物品, 以及將所得款項用以支付結欠富藝斯或其附屬 公司扣除本公司標準賣家佣金, 所有其他有關費用及任何適用稅項; (VI) 以拍賣或私人出售重售該拍賣品, 而估價及底價將由富藝斯合理 地酌情決定。 倘該重售之價格低於該拍賣品之成交價及買家應支持 之酬金, 買家將仍須承擔該差額, 連同該重售產生之所有費用。 (VII) 展開法律訴訟, 以收回該拍賣品之成交價及買家應支持之酬金, 連同 利息及該訴訟之費用; (VIII) 以富藝斯或其附屬公司結欠買家之任何 金額抵消買家就拍賣品結欠富藝斯之任何金額; (IX) 向賣家透露買家 之名稱及地址, 使賣家可展開法律訴訟, 以收回欠款及申索法律費用; 或(X)採取本公司認為適當及需要之任何行動。 (b) 在收到富藝斯附屬公司通知買家未能付款後, 即買家不可撤銷授 權富藝斯對買家所管有之任何物品行使留置權。 富藝斯會通知買家 有關行使留置權。 在收到富藝斯附屬公司通知買家未能付款後,買家 亦不可撤銷授權富藝斯 抵押買家被管有的物品以支持任何欠款。 如 買家之物品被送往有關公司進行抵押, 富藝斯將會告知買家。

(c) 如買家未能繳付款項, 買家不可撤銷已授權富藝斯指示其附屬公 司將買家被管有的物品以買家代理人之身份交予富藝斯指定的第三 方作購入價及任何其他欠款之典當或抵押。 此項安排將於以書面 通知買家後不少於30天進行, 出售物品以所獲得的出售金額(扣除出 售之標準賣家佣金及其他有關費用及任何適用稅項)支付富藝斯或 其附屬公司。


10 決定撤銷 富藝斯有權撤銷拍賣及沒有義務通知買家, 如本公司有理由相信賣家 與著作保證之間涉及違約或有第三方欲以不良意圖索償。 當富藝斯 決定撤銷拍賣及通知買家後, 買家應儘快將拍賣品退回富藝斯, 而本 公司會退還我們所收的購入價。 如以下第13段所述, 退還款項應為 買家唯一的補償及向富藝斯與賣家對手段撤銷拍賣的追索。 11 出口,入口及瀕危物種許可證及執照 在競投任何拍賣品前,準買家應對拍賣品先作獨立調查以確定是否 需要以許可證出口香港或進入其他國家。準買家應注意某些國家禁 止入口含有由植物或動物材料如珊瑚、鱷魚、象牙、鯨骨、巴西玫瑰 木、犀牛角或玳瑁殼的物品,不論其年份、百分比率或價值。 同樣, 在競投任何拍賣品前, 準買家如欲將購得之拍賣品出口亦應查核並 了解有關國家之出口及入口限制。 請注意美國禁止入口任何含有 非洲象牙的產品。亞洲象的象牙可被進口到美國,而該進口必須附 有獨立科學分析報告以證明有關物品的起源地及確認物品的年期已 超過一百年。

有關任何含有象牙以外的瀕危物種藏品,進口者須提供證明文件鑑 定物種及藏品之年期以顯示該藏品為古董。買家須進行獨立評估以 認證藏品上之瀕危物種物料及認證藏品之年期為不少於一百年。如 欲計畫入口藏品到美國的準買家不應依靠富藝斯編列於圖錄內藏品 上的瀕危物種物料或藏品之年期及必須諮詢具有專業資格的獨立鑑 定者後再參與競投。 買家須承擔責任及遵守所有入口及出口之法例及應取得所需的的出 口,入口及瀕危物種的許可證及執照。不獲發或延遲獲發任何所需 之許可證或執照並非取消銷售或延遲繳付全數貨款之充分理由。請 注意我們為方便客戶而在含有可能受管制植物或動物物料的拍賣品 上附加標記,但附加標記時如有任何錯誤或遺漏,富藝斯恕不承擔 任何責任。

12 資料保障 (a) 閣下同意並了解,我們可能會根據公司的私隱條例隨時處理你 的個人資料(包括可能被歸納為敏感性個人資料)。我們的私隱條 例刊載於www.phillips.com, 或可電郵至dataprotection@phillips. com 索取副本。

(b) 我們的私隱條例闡述:(i) 本公司將會或可能收集及處理的個人資 料類別;(ii) 本公司將會或可能收集及處理閣下個人資料的目的;(iii) 本公司處理閣下個人資料的法律依據;(iv) 閣下對本公司處理你個人 資料的權利;及(v) 適用法律要求的各項其他資訊。 (c) 富藝斯可能會對其物業、銷售及展覽範圍內進行錄影監控,閣下 與富藝斯之間的溝通包括電話和網上對話(如電話和網上競投)亦 會被記錄。本公司將根據私隱條例記錄和處理此等資料。

13 法律責任限制 (a) 根據以下(e)段, 富藝斯,其附屬公司之所有法律責任及賣家與買家 在拍賣品銷售關係乃受買家實際所付的購入價限制。

(b) 除非在此第13段所提及, 富藝斯, 其附屬公司或賣家均無須(I)負上 任何錯誤或遺漏之責任, 不論是以口述或書面, 富藝斯 或其附屬公司 提供予準買家之資訊或(II) 富藝斯或其附屬公司在有關於拍賣行為或 對任何其他有關拍賣品銷售因處理或遺漏, 不論疏忽或其他原因而 對任何競投者承擔。 (c) 除著作保證以外的保證, 明示或暗示, 包括品質滿意和適用性保 證, 均被富藝斯, 其附屬公司或賣家在法律允許的最大範圍內所排 除。

(d) 根據以下(e)段, 富藝斯, 其附屬公司或賣家均無須對於上段(a)提 及買家除退款外之任何損失或損害負責。 不論該損失或損害為直 接, 間接, 特別, 附帶的或後果, 或在法律允許的最大範圍內用以支持 購入價之利息。

(e) 在業務規定沒有規管的應被視為排除或限制富藝斯 或其附屬公 司對買家負上因我們之疏忽對死亡或受傷所造成的任何欺詐或虛假 陳述的責任。

14 版權 所有由富藝斯或為富藝斯在圖錄中與拍賣品有關之製作的一切影象, 圖標與書面材料之版權, 無論何時均屬富藝斯財產。 未經本公司事先 書面同意, 買家或任何人均不得使用。 富藝斯及賣家均沒有陳述或保 證買家就投得的拍賣品取得任何拍賣品或其他複製的權利。

15 一般資料 (a) 該此業務規定(於上述第1段所改變或補充)及保證造成各方對交 易之預期及取代所有之前及當時的書面, 口頭或暗示之理解, 說明 和協議。

(b) 給予富藝斯之通知應以書面形式發出, 註明拍賣之負責部門及銷 售圖錄開端指定之參考號碼。 給予富藝斯客戶之通知應以彼等正式 通知富藝斯之最新地址為收件地址。

(c)未經富藝斯書面同意前, 任何買家不得轉讓該等業務規定, 但對買 家之繼承人, 承付人及遺產執行人具有約束力。 (d) 倘因任何理由無法執行該等業務規定之任何條文, 則餘下條文應 仍然具有十足效力及作用。 任何一方行使, 或沒有延遲行使, 在該等 業務規定任何權利或補救可作免除或釋放全部或部分。 16 法例及司法權 (a) 該等業務規定及保證之權利及義務,及其有關或適用之所有事宜 須受香港法律規管並按其詮釋。

(b) 就富藝斯之利益而言, 所有競投者及賣家同意香港法院擁有專有 司法權, 調解所有因與該等業務規定及著作保證有關或適用之所有 事宜或交易之各方面而產生之紛爭。 各方均同意富藝斯將保留權利 在香港法院以外之任何法院提出訴訟。

(c) 所有競投者及賣家不可撤回同意透過傳真, 親身, 郵寄或香港法 例, 送達地點之法例或提出訴訟之司法權區之法例允許之其他方式, 將有關任何法院訴訟之法律程序文件或任何其他文件送發至買家或 賣家知會富藝斯之最新地址。


著作保證

富藝斯保證在拍賣日起的5年期間為圖錄內用粗體或大楷標題之物 品保證了著作權。 保證受以下及本圖錄所載末準買家指引後的重要 通告所排除及限制。

(a) 富藝斯對任何拍賣品只給予原來紀錄之買家(即登記成功拍賣之 競投人)保證著作權。此保證著作權並不伸延至(i) 物品其後的擁有 人, 包括買家或收件人以禮物形式由原來買家, 後代, 繼承人, 受益人 及指定人送出; (ii) 圖錄內對物品的描述與物品著作有意見上的矛 盾; (iii) 我們於拍賣日歸納著作與專家, 學者或其他專家普遍接納之 意見一致; (iv) 能正確地鑒定拍賣品的科學鑒定方法在圖錄編印之不 為一般所接受, 或在圖錄載登時, 此方法過份昂貴或不實際或可能損 壞拍賣品的情況;或(v) 若根據拍賣品於圖錄之標題, 該拍賣品並無重 大喪失任何價值。

(b) 如欲因著作保證而索償, 富藝斯保留其權利, 作為撤銷拍賣之條 件, 及要求買家提供兩名為富藝斯及買家雙方接納之特立及行內認可 專家之報告, 費用由買家承擔。 富藝斯無須受買家出示之任何報告所 規限, 並保留權利尋求額外之專家意見, 費用由富藝斯自行承擔。倘富 藝斯決定根據本保證取消買賣 , 富藝斯或會將經雙方審批之獨立專 家報告所需之合理費用退還予買家。

(c) 受上述(a)所說明, 買家或可就著作保證在以下情況下提出伸索 (I)買家在收到任何導致買家質疑拍賣品之真偽之資料後3個月內以 書面通知富藝斯 , 註明購買該拍賣品的拍賣編號, 圖錄內拍賣品編 號及被認為是膺品的理由及(II) 將狀況與銷售予買家當日相同, 並能 轉移其妥善所有權且自銷售日期後並無出現任何第三方申索之物品 退還予富藝斯。 富藝斯有權免去任何以上(c)小段或(b) 小段 所說明 之要求。

(d) 買家明白及同意對違反著作保證之獨有補償為撤銷銷售及退還 原來所付之購入價 退還款項應為買家唯一及取代其他法律形式的補 償及向富藝斯與賣家對撤銷拍賣的追索。 這亦代表富藝斯, 其附屬 公司或賣家均無須對此著作保證之補償退款外之任何損失或損害負 責。 不論該損失或損害為直接, 間接, 特別, 附帶的或後果, 或為原有 購入價支付利息。

本業務規定及保證, 準買家指引及重要通告, 如有任何詮釋上的問題, 一概以英文版本為準。


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請提供由公司董事簽署及蓋有公司章授權予被授權人代表公司 進行競投的競投授權書,及政府發出的公司證明文件(如公司註

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冊證書)之副本。

• 業務規定

競投牌號碼

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拍賣名稱 稱謂

公司名稱(如適用)

4段之內容。

• 如閣下未能出席拍賣會,本公司樂意代表閣下進行保密的書面 競投。

之酬金。買家應支付本公司酬金,酬金費率為:拍品成交價首港 幣3,000,000元之25%,加逾港幣3,000,000元以上至港幣

30,000,000元部份之20%;加逾港幣30,000,000元之餘款的

名字

拍賣編號

地址

姓氏

國家

電話

手提電話

郵編 電郵地址

於拍賣時聯絡閣下的電話號碼 (只供電話競投用) 1.

拍賣日期

或」字作兩者(或若干)中擇一競投。

如有) 不計在內)。拍賣官將參考底價及其他競投價,盡力以最低 價進行競投。在沒有更高價的情況下,對不設底價的拍賣品所提 交的不在場投標,會以售前低估價大約50%成交,但是若該投標

價低於售前低估價的50%,則以該投標價成交。

• 投標價必須以拍賣當地的貨幣為單位,及將會被調低至最接近 拍賣官喊價遞增幅度之競投金額。

• 如本公司就同一項拍賣品收到相同競價之委託,則最先收到之 委託獲優先辦理。

傳真

• 書面及電話競投是本公司提供予準買家之免費服務,本公司將

盡合理努力代其競投。除了故意瀆職的情況外,本公司不會對因 未能執行書面或電話競投,或在當中出現之任何誤失或遺漏負

2.

任何責任。電話競投者必須以函件或傳真儘快確認投標獲辦理。

所用語言 (只供電話競投用) 以下部份只適用於電話及書面競投 拍品編號 拍品簡要敍述

13.5%計算。

•「購買」或無限價競投標將不獲接納。閣下可於拍品編號之間以「 • 如欲進行書面競投,請列明每件拍品之最高限價(買家酬金及稅(

客戶號碼

城市

(順序)

所載之業務規定執行。請於參與競投前細閱業務規定,並細閱第

• 本公司會按每件拍品成交價向成功競投者收取佣金或買家支付

請選擇閣下是次競投名義(選一項):

以個人名義 以公司名義

所有投標的處理及執行、及所有拍品的成交及購買均按照圖錄

電話競投對話過程或會被錄音。

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只適用於書面競投

• 請將填妥之競投表格於拍賣日前至少24小時傳真至 + 852 2318 2010 或掃描並電郵至

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• 拍品需於本公司收到全數結清之款後方能提取。

• 在富藝斯的處所範圍、拍賣會場及展覽場地內可能進行錄像監 控。電話對話如電話競投亦有可能被錄音,本公司會根據隱私 政策處理該資料。

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Sale Information

Sale Information Hong Kong, 27 May 2019, 6.30pm

Watch Department

Auction and Viewing Location JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong

Hong Kong Head of Watches, Asia Thomas Perazzi +852 2318 2030 thomasperazzi@phillips.com

香港JW萬豪酒店 金鐘道88號

Head of Watches, Hong Kong Jill Chen +852 2318 2033 jchen@phillips.com

Auction 27 May 2019, 6.30pm Lot 801 – 882 6.30pm Viewing 22 May 2019 10am-6pm Ferrari store Repulse Bay Hong Kong 23 May 2019 10am-6pm 24 May 2019 10am-6pm 25 May 2019 10am-7pm 26 May 2019 10am-6pm 27 May 2019 10am-6pm JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong Sale Designation When sending in written bids or making enquiries please refer to this sale as HK080219 or The Phillips and Blackbird Sports Absentee and Telephone Bids Tel +852 2318 2029 Fax +852 2318 2010 bidshongkong@phillips.com

Head of Sale & Specialist Zi Yong Ho +852 2318 2032 ziyongho@phillips.com Cataloguer Kenneth Chan +852 2318 2045 kennethchan@phillips.com Administrator Jacky Lam +852 2318 2031 jackylam@phillips.com Senior Business Manager Othniel Jai Prakash +852 9662 2034 othnieljp@phillips.com

Auctioneers Thomas Perazzi Aurel Bacs Catalogues catalogueswatches@phillips.com HKD400/$50/€35/50CHF +852 2318 2000 Client Accounting clientccountswatches@phillips.com +852 2318 2000 Client Services 14/F, St George Building 2 Ice House Street, Central, Hong Kong +852 2318 2000 Shipping Shipping Manager, Operations Anthony Pak +852 2318 2016 shippinghk@phillips.com


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