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LONDON

FINE WATCHES, PENS AND LUXURY ACCESSORIES

INCLUDING LIMITED EDITION WHISKY AND COGNAC

Tuesday 10th July 2012


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BOOKS & MANUSCRIPTS

Rupert Powell Deputy Chairman, Travel, Natural History & Science

Dido Arthur Art & Architecture, Private Press & Illustrated

Justin Phillips Continental & Early Printing

Simon Luterbacher Manuscripts & English Literature

Clive Moss Children’s Books

Max Hasler Modern First Editions

Hannah Usher Books

Angus Robb Books

Michael Heseltine (Consultant)

PICTURES AND MAPS

Robert Hall

Richard Carroll

MODERN & CONTEMPORARY ART & PRINTS

Alexander Hayter International Head of Contemporary Art

Ross Thomas

Shane Xu

Mary McCarthy Director, Urban & Contemporary Art

ASIAN CERAMICS & WORKS OF ART

Benedetta Mottino

CLOCKS & SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS

Leighton Gillibrand Director

COUNTRY SPORTING

Geoffrey Stafford Charles Director

Charlie Murphy

DECORATIVE ARTS

David Rees Director

ENGLISH & CONTINENTAL CERAMICS

Geoffrey Stafford Charles Director

FURNITURE

Will Richards Deputy Chairman

Cristian Beadman Associate Director

Ben Millerchip-Brown Associate Director

Emma Middleton

Elaine Binning Consultant

JEWELLERY, SILVER,WATCHES

& OBJECTSOF VERTU

James Nicholson International Head of Department

David Rees Director, Silver & Objects of Vertu

Ian Pickford Silver Consultant

Beth West

Nick Mann

CLOCKS & SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS

Leighton Gillibrand Director

FURNITURE & ORIENTAL CARPETS

Richard Madley Director

Kate Hannah

Tim Hazelgrove

MEDALS & MILITARIA

Malcolm Claridge

PICTURES

Mary McCarthy Director, Urban & Contemporary Art

SILVER & JEWELLERY

John Kelly

BOOKS & MANUSCRIPTS

Fabio Massimo Bertolo Head of Department, Auction Manager

Silvia Ferrini Senior Book Specialist & Office Manager

19TH & 20TH CENTURY ART

Luca Santori Head of Department

OLD MASTER PAINTINGS

Valentina Ciancio Head of Department

Adele Coggiola Junior Specialist / Administrator

MODERN & CONTEMPORARY ART

Georgia Bava Head of Department

JEWELLLERY, WATCHES AND SILVER

Andrea Ansuini Head of Department

PHOTOGRAPHS

Sarah Wheeler

John Cumming (Consultant)

POSTERS

Richard Barclay (Consultant)

ADMINISTRATION

Codrina Toderita Administrator

Abbie Barker Administrator

Domoni Mainstone Administrator

Julia Owen Accounts

Craig Millar IT

Scott Harvey Art Director

Elio Stolz Photographer

Poppy Walker Marketing Manager

Gary Shaw Facilities Manager

Graham Argue Saleroom & Shipping

Robert Cain Saleroom & Shipping

Steve Cain Saleroom & Shipping

Alex Shepard Saleroom & Shipping

PICTURES

Archie Parker International Head of Old Master & 19th Century Paintings

James James-Crook Modern British & Irish Paintings & Sculpture

WINE

Bruce Cairnduff (Consultant)

Charlie Murphy

ADMINISTRATION

Brenda Adams Associate Director, Client Accounts

Ruth Rackham Senior Administrator & Valuations Coordinator

Tori Billington Marketing

Helen Newton Administrator

Kathy James Administrator

Fiona Foote Administrator

Kate Colquhoun Administrator

Ruth Miles Administrator

Adam Martin Saleroom

James Percy Saleroom

Gyula Sirok Saleroom

Matthew Martin Photographer

Dave Pincott Photographer

STEAM MODEL ENGINEERING

Michael Matthews (Consultant)

TOYS, COLLECTABLES,

RAILWAYANA & BOOKS

Peter Rixon Associate Director

ADMINISTRATION

Samantha Taylor Administrator

Sara Lucas Administrator

Sarah Walker Administrator

Ewelina Karbowiak Photographer

Philip Maclean Photographer

PHOTOGRAPHS

Silvia Berselli Head of Department

Marica Rossetti Junior Specialist / Administrator

FINE & RARE WINES

Andrea Ansuini Head of Department

Franco Maria Ricci (Consultant)

ADMINISTRATION

Debora Bifolco Accounts

Viola Marzoli Marketing

Claudio Vennarini Saleroom Manager, Packaging & Shipping


LONDON

FINE WATCHES

PENS AND LUXURY

ACCESSORIES

INCLUDING LIMITED EDITION

WHISKEY AND COGNAC

Tuesday 10th July 2012, 10am


Buying at Dreweatts

There are several ways you can bid at a Dreweatts auction; in

person, by leaving a commission or absentee bid, on the

telephone where available and live via the internet – please make

arrangements before the sale.

Bidding in Person

If intending to buy you are required to register your name and

details at reception prior to the commencement of the auction.

You will then be allocated a bidding number, which you use when

bidding for an item.

Commission Bids

Dreweatts will execute bids on your behalf if you are unable to

attend the sale. Commission or absentee bids are accepted either

directly at reception, or can be sent by post, fax, email, telephone

or via the website: www.dnfa.com.

Dreweatts will add these bids to the auctioneers’ sale book and

will undertake to purchase the lots on your behalf as cheaply as

allowed by other bids and reserves.

Dreweatts does not accept liability for failing to execute

commission bids, or for any errors or omissions.

Condition

Bidders must satisfy themselves as to the condition of each lot.

Condition reports are available on request – see the Conditions of

Business at the back of this catalogue for more information

regarding condition reports. Requests for condition reports must

be submitted by 4pm on the day prior to the auction.

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IMPORTANT NOTICES

Please see Conditions of Business and Conditions of Sale at the back of this catalogue

Dreweatts & Dreweatts 1759 are trading names of The Fine Art Auction Group Limited. The Fine Art Auction Group Limited is registered

in England, company number: 03839469, registered office: 10A Mount Ephraim, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN4 8AS.

Commission Charges

All purchases are subject to a buyer’s premium, which is 22% of

the hammer price plus VAT on this 22% (26.4% including VAT), for

items up to £300,000. The commission reduces to 12% (14.40%

including VAT) on the balance of items with a hammer price of

£300,001 and over.

In the event that a lot has an asterisk (*) beside the lot number in

the catalogue, this indicates that the item is owned by an entity or

company required to pay VAT (generally not an Antique Dealer, as

they operate under a dealer’s margin scheme). VAT is payable at

20% on the hammer price.

Live Internet Bidding

To register to bid live via the Internet or to follow the sale go to

www.the-saleroom.com. Dreweatts does not accept liability for any

failure of these services

Payment

Payment will be accepted, if you are a successful bidder, by debit

card issued by a UK bank and registered to a UK billing address,

by bank transfer direct into our bank account, Bank Details:

Natwest, Blackboys Hill, Bristol. Account Name: Dreweatts 1759

Limited Client Account. A/C: 96633778 Sort Code: 60-17-24 BIC:

NWBK GB 2L IBAN: GB25 NWBK6017 2496 6337 78; in cash up to

£12,000 (subject to relevant money laundering regulations), or by

all major UK issued credit cards registered to a UK billing

address with the exception of American Express and Diners

Club. A surcharge of 3% is payable on all payments made by

credit card. This surcharge does not apply to debit card

payments. Payment may also be made by Sterling personal

cheques drawn on a UK bank account but Dreweatts regrets

that purchases paid for by this method can not be collected until

your cheque has cleared.

Bidding Increments

The Auctioneer will advance bids in the following preset

increments, and is under no obligation to accept bids between

these increments.

£200 £220 £240 £260... £300

£320 £350 £380 £400... £500

£550 £600 £650 £700... £1000

£1100 £1200 £1300 £1400... £2000

£2200 £2400 £2600 £2800... £3000

£3200 £3500 £3800 £4000... £5000

£5500 £6000 £6500 £7000... £10000

£11000 £12000 £13000 £14000... £20000

£22000 £24000 £26000 £28000... £30000

£32000 £35000 £38000 £40000... £50000

£55000 £60000 £65000 £70000... £100000

£110000 £120000 £130000 £140000... £200000

£220000 £240000 £260000 £280000... £300000

£320000 £350000 £380000 £400000... £500000

Collection or Delivery

Before being able to collect your purchases you are required to

pay the hammer price, plus the applicable commissions, and

obtain a receipt acknowledging payment. Collection of the

purchased lots is at the purchaser’s risk and expense and whilst

Dreweatts do not provide packing and despatch service we can

suggest some carriers.

Dreweatts also require that all purchased items are collected within

three days of the sale to avoid a storage charge being applied.

Storage Charges

All items of furniture and larger works of art not collected by

5.30pm on the Tuesday of the week following the sale will be

automatically removed to commercial storage and subject to a

minimum storage charge of £20 (plus VAT) per lot and to a further

storage charge of £2 (plus VAT) per lot per part or full day

thereafter. These charges will be the sole liability of the purchaser

and will be billed directly to them by Stones Storage Solutions

Limited.

On payment of all sales and storage costs, items will be

available for collection by appointment from Stones Storage

Solutions Limited, tel: 01249 817334.

These charges are set by Stones Storage Solutions Limited, we

recommend that you contact them directly regarding queries

relating to these charges and other questions relating to storage.

Staff at the saleroom will be unable to answer questions relating

to items that have been removed from the saleroom.

Further Information

The colours printed in this catalogue are not necessarily a true

reflection of the actual item.

All weights and measures given in the catalogue should be

regarded as approximate.

Valuation Services

Dreweatts provides a range of confidential and professional

valuation services to private clients, solicitors, executors, estate

managers, trustees and other professional partners. These

services include auction valuations, insurance valuations,

probate valuations, private treaty valuations, valuations for

family division or for tax purposes. For more information, please

see our website: www.dnfa.com.


Free live online bidding for this sale:

www.the-saleroom.com

There is no surcharge for using this service

Visit our website for current catalogues,

colour illustrations of major lots and a word search service:

www.dnfa.com

Catalogues £15 (£17 by post)

Buyer’s premium is charged per lot at 22% of the hammer price

(26.4% including VAT) up to £300,000, and 12% on the hammer price

(14.4% including VAT) in excess of £300,000

Dreweatts London

24 Maddox Street

London

W1S 1PP

Tel: +44 (0)20 3291 2832

Fax: +44 (0)1635 553599

fineart@dnfa.com

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Illustrations – Front cover: lot 273 | Back cover: lot 143 | Title page: lot 275

LONDON

FINE WATCHES

PENS AND LUXURY

ACCESSORIES

INCLUDING LIMITED EDITION

WHISKEY AND COGNAC

Tuesday 10th July 2012, 10am

Sale No. 13566

Specialists

James Nicholson FGA, DGA

jnicholson@dnfa.com

David Rees

drees@dnfa.com

BethWest

bwest@dnfa.com

TerryTaylor MBHI

(Watches Consultant)

John Kelly FGA, DGA

jkelly@dnfa.com

Patricia Law FGA, DGA

plaw@dnfa.com

Nick Mann

nmann@dnfa.com

Donnington Priory Salerooms

Newbury, Berkshire RG14 2JE

Donnington Priory View

Saturday 23rd June 2012

9.30 a.m. - 12.30 p.m.

Monday 25th June 2012

9.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.

Tuesday 26th June 2012

9.00 a.m. - 4.30 p.m.

London View

Sunday 8th July 2012

11.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m.

Monday 9th July 2012

9.00 a.m. - 7.00 p.m.

Day of sale from 9.30 a.m.

24 Maddox Street

Mayfair, London W1S 1PP


JEWELLERY, SILVER AND

LUXURY ACCESSORIES

INCLUDING WHISKY AND COGNAC


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A silver bracelet by Kiki McDonough, composed of silver oval

curb links with yellow triple connecting links between to a visor

clasp, hallmarked Birmingham 1991, 21cm long; and a blue

topaz single stone ring, the oval mixed cut blue topaz rub over

set above a tapered band, stamped ‘750’ finger size L

£150-250

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2

Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen, a Danish silver coloured

brooch, stamped marks, design no. 322, of abstract form with

open cells, 4.7cm long

£70-100

3

3

Regitze Overgaard for Georg Jensen, a Danish silver coloured

Zephyr ring, stamped marks, design no. 500, ring size N

£150-200

LONDON

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4

A pair of gold ore cufflinks by Bjorn Weckstrom, the square

gold ore panels with quartz flecks set within bark textured

mounts, with ‘T’ bar and swivel backs, signed BW, stamped

‘585’ with assay marks for Helsinki 1968

£300-500

5

5

A pair of diamond cufflinks, the textured cylindrical fronts with

baton decoration and baguette cut diamond accents, with ‘T’

bar and swivel backs

£350-450

6

6

A pair of tiger’s eye and diamond cufflinks, the tiger’s eye

batons set within eight cut diamond and rope twist collars, with

‘T’ bar and swivel backs

£400-600

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LONDON

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A suite of silver ‘Somerset’ mesh jewellery

by Tiffany & Co., comprising: a collar

necklace with a concealed box snap clasp,

signed Tiffany & Co., hallmarked London

2007, 43.5cm long, with a black suede Tiffany

& Co. pouchette and pale blue outer card

box; a mesh slave bangle, signed T & Co.,

hallmarked London 2009, with a Tiffany & Co.

black suede bangle case and pale blue outer

card box; a pair of mesh hoop earrings,

signed T &Co., stamped ‘925’, 3.2cm long;

and a mesh band ring, signed T & Co.,

stamped ‘925’, finger size Q

£150-250

8

A cuff bangle by Tiffany & Co., the tapered

cuff embossed with flower heads, signed

Tiffany & Co. 2003, stamped ‘925’, with a

Tiffany & Co., cloth pouchette and outer

card box; an ‘Eternal Circle’ silver pendant

by Elsa Peretti for Tiffany & Co., signed

Tiffany T & Co., hallmarked London import

1997, on an 18 carat white gold chain by

Asprey & Garrard, the clasp signed AG,

hallmarked London 1999, with a Tiffany & Co.

blue cloth pouchette and outer card box; a

pair of silver Tiffany & Co. open circles drop

earrings, signed Tiffany & Co., stamped ‘925’

‘750’ with Italian control marks, with post

firings, with a Tiffany & Co. pale blue suede

pouchette and outer card box; a pair of two

colour flower head hoop earrings by Tiffany

& Co., signed T & Co., stamped ‘925’ ‘750’,

with a Tiffany & Co. pale blue suede

pouchette and outer card box

£500-700

9

Elsa Peretti for Tiffany & Co., a diamond

tennis bracelet, set along the length with

nineteen brilliant cut diamonds in spectacle

mounts, approximately 1.90 carats total,

with chain link connections between, signed

T&Co Peretti, stamped ‘750’, 16cm long

£700-1,000

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10

A garnet dress ring by Piaget,

the heart shaped garnet rub

over set above a wide tapered

heart shaped band shank,

signed Piaget 1996, numbered

A79684, stamped ‘750’ finger

size O

£600-800

11

An amethyst ‘Tank’ ring by

Cartier, the square polished

amethyst tension set in a

tapered band, signed Cartier

1997, numbered J27570,

stamped ‘750’ finger size J

£600-800

13

LONDON

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An 18 carat gold chain and

pendant, the pendant modelled

as a caricature pig with

cabochon ruby eyes, on an

anchor link chain with a visor

clasp, hallmarked Birmingham

import 1994, 52cm long, 28g

gross

£400-600

13

A peridot and freshwater

cultured pearl torsade

necklace, composed of six

strands of peridot beads,

gathered at the back with an

8mm freshwater cultured pearl,

with graduated freshwater

cultured pearl tassel drops,

114cm long

£100-150

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LONDON

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A 9 carat gold rectangular cigarette case by

Mappin & Webb Ltd, Birmingham 1918, engine

turned overall, 15.5cm (6in) long, 211g (6.75 oz)

£1,200-1,500

15

A 9 carat gold rectangular cigarette case by The

Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, London 1929,

engine turned overall, engraved inside ‘W. T. Leech

with the gratitude of the B.B.C. December 1930’,

11.5cm (4 ½in) long, 147g

£1,000-1,500

16

A gold coloured rectangular cigarette case,

unmarked, engine turned overall, engraved ‘E.H.C.’

to the upper cover, an outline map of Australia, an

heraldic kangaroo and lion, ‘TR’ between and

‘Australia February 1955 - October 1957’ inside,

11.5cm (4 ½in) long, 133g

£800-1,200

17

Cartier, a rectangular hinged note pad case,

stamped ‘Cartier’, ‘14K’ and no. 1363 4966, woven

mesh, the hinged pad receiver engraved ‘Drue’,

7.5cm (3in) long, 44g

£600-800

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Cartier, a 9 carat two-colour gold

money clip, London 1958, remains

of inventory no., the hinged baton

stay with a disc thumb piece

engraved ‘from Kate 8-10-58’, 5cm

(2in) long, 17.2g, in a box from

Cartier

£300-400

19

An 18 carat gold novelty miniature

tool kit by Saunders & Shepherd &

Co. Ltd, London 1977, comprising: a

fret saw, a two-colour claw

hammer, a pliers, a ring spanner, an

open-ended spanner, an adjustable

spanner, a nut and a bolt, each with

a bale and suspension ring, the

hammer 6cm long (excluding bale

and ring), 129.5g, contained in a

fabric kit roll

£2,200-2,600

20

A French diamond mounted gold

mesh evening bag or purse, little

guarantee for .750 standard for

Paris 1847-1919, the chain with .750

standard chain mark, early 20th

century, the catch mounted with

two sugarloaf cabochon sapphires,

one side of the frame mounted with

a line of approx. 100 old brilliant cut

diamonds, approximately 3.00

carats total, the interior with two

silk lined compartments, 15.5cm

(6 1/ 8in) wide, 490g (15.75 oz) gross

£3,000-5,000

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LONDON

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LONDON

22

A steel and ivory table dessert service, the blades

stamped ‘JFP. Nilox’, mid 20th century, the ivory

handles tapered and canted, comprising:

Twelve table knives

Twelve cake forks

Twelve cheese knives

Twelve dessert knives

Twelve dessert forks

A bread knife

A cake knife

A pastry slice

A serving fork

A butter knife

A cheese knife

In a fitted faux leather case with two trays

£200-300

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An electro-plated jewellery box, incuse stamped ‘M.S.’

(untraced), early 20th century, the cover applied in brass with

‘Bijoux’, with a front mounted knurled screw catch, with blue

velvet lining, 17cm (6 ½in) long (no key)

£80-120

23

A set of twelve Edwardian silver and mother of pearl

fruit knives and forks by Frederick C. Asman & Co.,

Sheffield 1909, the blades and tines engraved with a wavy

line, the handles plain, the knives 18cm (7in) long, in a

plain walnut case

£200-300

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A matched silver Old English bead pattern table service by

United Cutlers Ltd., Sheffield 1993, 1994 & 1997, comprising:

Three table spoons

Eight table forks

Eight dessert spoons

Eight dessert forks

Eight soup spoons

Eight fish knives

Eight fish forks

Eight fruit spoons

Eight fruit forks

Eight tea spoons

Eight coffee spoons

4389g (141.1 oz);

Together with the following with silver handles and steel blades:

Eight table knives

Eight dessert knives

Eight tea knives

£1,800-2,200

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26

An Edwardian silver mounted cut glass claret jug by Walker &

Hall, Sheffield 1907, the silver mount and angular handle in the

manner of Dr Christopher Dresser, on an ovoid body with two

bunches of grapes in oval panels, 23cm (9in) high

£200-300

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LONDON

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A matched silver Old English pattern

table service by Roberts & Belk Ltd.,

Sheffield 1945, comprising:

Six table forks

Six dessert spoons

Six dessert forks

Six tea spoons

1046g (33.6 oz);

Together with six silver handled and

steel bladed table knives by Roberts &

Belk Ltd., Sheffield 1996

£600-800

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LONDON

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A late Victorian silver mounted glass novelty decanter by Hukin & Heath (John Thomas

Heath & John Hartshorne Middleton), Birmingham 1893, formed as a champagne magnum

with a hinged ‘cork’ stopper, 38.5cm (15 ¼in) high

£700-1,000

28

A late Victorian silver ink stand by John Grinsell & Sons, London 1898, Rd. no. 334869,

semi circular with a serpentine shaped front, a pierced shaped three quarter gallery, a

central circular glass inkwell, with a flat silver cover and a glass liner, a pen wipe, a bristle

and a pen rest, on three pierced bracket feet, 22cm (8 ¾in) wide, the base 596g (19.15 oz)

£300-400

29

A pair of late Victorian silver baluster chocolate pots by D. & J. Welby, London 1899, with

conical finials to the flat top covers, volute thumb pieces, foliate rims, turned ebony

handles set at the side, each on three shell and stepped pad feet, 22cm (8 ¾in) high,

1081g (34.75 oz) gross

£800-1,200

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30

An Edwardian silver hammered ovoid asymmetrical bowl by

Josiah Williams & Co. of Bristol (George Maudsley Jackson &

David Landsborough Fullerton), London 1903, with a cast and

scroll pierced shaped border, the interior gilt, 15cm (6in) long,

282g (9.05 oz)

£200-300

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31

An Edwardian silver oblong entree dish and cover on an

electro-plated heating stand by The Goldsmiths &

Silversmiths Co. Ltd, London 1909, with a vase shape finial to

the domed cover, twin moulded loop handles, a beaded edge, a

liner, the stand with four patera headed reeded supports, a

central burner and on paw feet, 28cm (11in) long, 1184g

(38.05 oz) weighable

£400-500

LONDON

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32

A pair of café au lait pots by Carrington & Co., London 1916,

stamped for Carrington & Co. as retailers, each with a

composition handle and a tapered body, on an octagonal foot,

21cm (8 in) high, 855g (27.5 oz) gross

£200-300

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33

A silver shaped rectangular twin handled tray by The

Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, London 1922, stamped for

Goldsmiths & Silversmiths as retailers, with a raised moulded

rim, 59.5cm (23 ½in) long, 2440g (78.45 oz)

£1,000-1,500

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34

A silver four piece cruet set by Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1927,

Reg. no. 726507, with ball finials, scalloped rims and cantedrectangular

or facetted bodies, comprising: a mustard pot, a

salt cellar and two pepper pots, the peppers 9.5cm (3 ¾in) high,

396g (12.75 oz), with a fiddle pattern salt spoon, London 1837,

and two glass liners

£150-200

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LONDON

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35

A silver cup or goblet by D. & J. Wellby Ltd, London 1931,

stamped for Wellby as retailers, in mid 17th century style, the

bowl with four panels, each with a leaf on a matted ground

between beaded punch borders, on a plain spreading foot,

11cm (4 ¼in) high, 248g (7.95 oz)

£100-150

36

36

A silver shaped oblong cheese or bread board by Elkington &

Co., Birmingham 1934 (jubilee mark), no. 32594, with a wooden

insert and a nulled rim, 29cm (11 ½in) long, 624g (20.05 oz)

£200-300

37

A matched Art Deco silver tapered oblong four piece tea

service by F. H. Adams & Co., Birmingham 1934 (jubilee mark,

the hotwater pot 1936), the tea and hotwater pots with ivory

square tapered finials and angular handles, on tuck-in bases,

the tea pot 28cm (11in) long, the hotwater pot 18.5cm (7 ¼in)

high, 1778g (57.2 oz) gross

£600-800

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38

A pair of silver baluster café au lait pots by Blackmore &

Fletcher Ltd, London 1936, with composition ball finials to the

domed covers and composition scroll handles, the bodies

engraved with a script ‘B’, each on a stepped circular foot, the

coffee pot 23cm (9in) high, 1113g (35.75 oz) gross

£300-400

LONDON

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39

A silver shaped square salver by Duncan & Scobbie of

Glasgow, Birmingham 1939, the raised moulded border with a

decorative rim and shells at the angles, on four scroll and pad

feet, 30cm, (11 ¾in) square, 1046g (33.65 oz)

£300-400

40

A silver oblong hors d’oeuvres stand by Frank Cobb & Co. Ltd,

Sheffield 1943, the raised border incorporating flat handles, with

a moulded rim, engraved ‘W.A.B.’, ‘D.E.M.B.’, ‘1920’ and ‘1945’,

44cm (17 ¼in) long, 933g (31.95 oz), with five cut glass dishes

£300-400

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LONDON

41

An Art Deco silver four piece circular tea service by Wakely &

Wheeler, London 1947 (the sugar basin 1946), the tea and

hotwater pots with composition reeded finials and angular

handles, plain bodies and on short reeded bases, the tea pot

26cm (10in) long, the hotwater pot 17.5cm (7in) high, 1889g

(60.75 oz)

£600-800

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42

42

A pair of silver gilt wine tasters by Tiffany & Co., London 1960,

incuse stamped ‘Tiffany & Co. England’ and ‘Sterling’, the

handles formed as confronting serpents, 11.5cm (4 ½in) long,

252g (8.1 oz)

£700-1,000 43

43

A set of six silver champagne saucers by Charles S. Green &

Co. Ltd, Birmingham 1968 (4) and 1969 (2), engraved with a

scroll foliate band and a script ‘H’, on inverted baluster stems

and on circular bases, the interiors gilt, 11.5cm (4 5/ 8in) high,

859g (27.6 oz), in a red cloth covered case

£300-500

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A pair of silver goblets by C. J. Vander Ltd, London 1971, the

slope-sided bowls rough textured, on tapering polished stems

and circular bases with rough textured rims, 12.5cm (5in) high,

519g (16.65 oz)

£200-250

45

A cast silver three light candelabrum by

J. B. Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Birmingham

1971, the three branch detachable top with

a baluster finial, a turned and tapered

column, the square stepped base with

incurved angles, 22cm (8 ½in) high,

888g (28.55 oz)

£400-600

46

A pair of silver shell butter dishes,

maker’s mark ‘A C & Ss Ld’ (not traced),

London 1974, with shell handles, the

bodies with scrolls and foliage, on knurled

feet, 13cm (5 ¼in) long, 247g (7.95 oz)

£150-250

47

A pair of silver shaped circular

waiters by Mappin & Webb Ltd.,

Birmingham 1975, each with a

gadrooned and shell border, on

three paw feet, 20.5cm (8 in)

diameter, 593g (19 oz) gross

£250-350

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47

46

45

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LONDON

48

A Columbian silver

coloured part table

service, stamped 0.900,

adhesive labels for

Argenteria Italiana, Bogota

as retailers, mid-late 20th

century, the twelve hexafoil

underplates with moulded

borders, 30cm (11 7/8in)

diameter; a shaped oval

meat plate conforming,

50cm (19 ¾in) long; two

shaped rectangular serving

plates, 43.5cm (17 1/8in)

long; and a shaped circular

salad bowl, 32.5cm (12 ¾in)

diameter, 8882g (285.55 oz)

£2,500-3,500

49

49

A silver flared circular bowl, maker’s mark ‘WH & S’ (not

traced), London 2000 (millennium mark), plain and on a collet

foot, 25.5cm (10 ¼in) diameter, 940g (30.25 oz)

£300-400

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50

50

A pair of silver candlesticks by C. J. Vander Ltd, Sheffield

1997, of knopped and tapered form, on square-canted stepped

bases, 29cm (11 ½in) high, loaded

£350-450

52

LONDON

51

51

A German Art Nouveau silvered metal model of a gondola by

WMF, the gondolier standing on rear platform with a long reach

oar, stamped marks, no. 409, with a green glass liner, 57cm long

Probably intended as a rowing trophy.

£300-500

52

A French electro-plated part dinner service by Christofle,

stamped marks, 20th century comprising: a twin handled

tureen and cover, two graduated oval and three graduated

circular plates, two graduated ecuelles and a double-lipped

sauce boat, in Empire style and engraved with a monogram, the

tureen and cover 20cm (8in) high, the longest oval plate 49cm

(19 ¼in) long

£300-400

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53

53

A Swedish silver vegetable dish by C. G. Hallberg, Stockholm

1904, .830 standard, with a compressed spherical finial to the

flat cover, a removable tapering ebony handle, secured by a pin

attached to a chain, the body with a reeded rim and plain

tapering sides, 33cm (13 in) long, 921g (29.6 oz) gross

£300-500

54

54

A Swedish silver coloured vegetable dish by K. Andersen,

Stockholm 1934, .830 standard, with a bud finial to the domed

cover, a removable baluster Bakelite handle, secured by a pin

attached to a chain, the interior gilt, 29.5cm (11 ½in) long, 665g

(21.35 oz) gross; and an electro-plated vegetable dish similar

by C. G. Hallberg, 32cm (12 ½in) long

£300-500

55

55

A Danish silver coloured three piece coffee service by

Michelsen, Copenhagen 1934 and 1936, assay master Jens

Sigsgaard, .925 standard, the shaped cylindrical coffee pot with

a swing handle to the foliate embossed cover, with a turned

ebony side handle, the body with waved panels alternately

embossed with foliate decoration and plain, 13.5cm (5in) high;

the milk jug and sugar basin conforming, 582g (18.7 oz) gross

£300-500

56

56

Johan Rohde (1856-1935) for Georg Jensen Silversmithy, a

Danish silver pedestal cup and cover, stamped marks for 1925-

1932, import marks for London 1966, sponsor’s incuse mark

‘SCo’ (not traced), design no. 43, designed 1908, 15.5cm (6in)

high, 441g (14.15 oz)

£600-800

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57

A Mexican silver coloured plain oblong dish, maker’s incuse

mark M.R.R. (script), eagle mark 1 for Mexico City circa 1955-

1980, the thickened rim with raised angles, 19.5cm (7 ¾in) long,

340g (10.95 oz)

£120-180

58

58

A Mexican silver coloured oval butter dish and cover by

Juventino Lopez Reyes, stamped marks, eagle mark 9, 1970s,

with a ball finial to the domed cover, the dish with an everted

rim, 20.5cm (8in) long, 399g (12.85 oz)

£120-180

59

59

A Spanish silver novelty articulated fish box, import marked

for London 1963 by Israel Freeman & Son Ltd, with inset red

glass eyes and engraved scales, the head hinging with the catch

at the dorsal fin, 32.5cm (12 ¾in) long, 331g (10.65 oz) gross

£300-500

LONDON

60

60

A silver gilt novelty pencil sharpener by Garrard & Co. Ltd,

London 1997, incuse stamped ‘Garrard’, the open mouth taking

the pencil into the mounted steel sharpener, the tail unscrewing

to empty the shavings, 8.5cm (3 ¼in) long, 170g (5.45 oz) gross

£200-300

61

61

Swaine Adeney Brigg, a black leather Churchill 3 ½in attaché

case, with brass locks and internal pockets, 46cm (18in) wide,

33cm (13in) deep, 9cm (3 ½in) high (with two keys)

£100-150

62

62

Swaine Adeney Brigg for Rolls Royce, a tan leather document

case, with ‘RR’ logo, the lock engraved ‘Rolls Royce’, the two

compartment interior blind stamped ‘With Compliments Sir

Colin Chandler Chairman Vickers Plc’ and a Swaine Adeney

Brigg for Rolls Royce label, 33cm (13in) high, 43cm (17in) wide

Chandler served as the Chairman, Chief Executive and

Managing Director of Vickers Plc. from 1990 to 1999.

£150-200

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63

63

Must de Cartier, a burgundy leather shoulder bag, long side

flap with blindstamped logo, gilt metal label ‘les must de

Cartier Rd 1975 Paris’, 37cm (14 ½in) high; with a matched

wallet/purse by Cartier

£150-200

64

64

Yves St Laurent, a tan leather portfolio case, with a

combination lock, the interior with a zipped compartment, ‘YSL’

logo to swing zip pull, and a rear compartment, gilt metal label

‘Yves Saint Laurent Made in France’, 28cm (11in) high, 36cm

(14 ¼in) wide (repair to lock)

£200-300

65

65

Louis Vuitton, a hard rectangular monogram wine or aperitif

hamper, with brass fittings, a handle to the hinged top, the front

falling to reveal the suede interior with compartments for the

fittings, four glass tumblers and the following chromium plated

pieces with stamped marks: an insulated ice flask or wine

cooler, a circular box, a bottle opener and an ice tongs, logos

and stamped marks throughout, 37cm high (14 ½in), 41cm

(16 ¼in) wide (with two keys and a luggage label)

£400-600

66

66

Hermès, a crocodile hard rectangular travelling vanity case,

with nickel fittings, a handle to the hinged top, the front falling

to reveal the black leather interior with compartments for

fittings, three brush surrounds, three boxes and a wallet,

stamped marks to the lock plate and an applied label, 27cm

high (10 ¾in), 47cm (18 ½in) wide

£300-500

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67

67

Dunhill, an electro-plated Unique gas pocket lighter, with

vertical lines, stamped marks, 6.5cm (2 5/8in) high, in its box

with instruction booklet, the guarantee dated 1986, and three

packets of Dunhill flints

£100-150

68

68

Elie Bleu, a French black leather travelling humidor, late 20th

century, with a tightly fitting drawer for approx. 20 half coronas,

cedar lined interior with humidifier, gilt stamped mark beneath,

in its box from Elie Bleu

£150-250

LONDON

69

69

A colour stained wood humidor, of recent manufacture, with

black lacquer outline, the cedar interior with an unattached

Credo humidifier, 25.5cm (10in) wide

£200-300

70

70

Hennessy, a stained and inlaid wooden humidor, of recent

manufacture, straight-sided and of oval section, applied with a

metal label ‘Cognac Hennessy Cave a Cigars’, the interior with

a plexiglass door revealing the cigar shelves, a hygrometer and

humidifier, the other side with space for a cognac bottle, 28cm

(11in) high

£700-900

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71

Suntory Whisky

30 years old

original presentation box

1 bottle

£200-250

72

The Yamazaki Single Malt Whisky

Aged 25 years

original presentation box

1 bottle

£200-250

73

The Yamazaki Single Malt Whisky, 1984

Original presentation box

1 bottle

£100-150

74

The Hakushu Single Malt Whisky

aged 25 years

Suntory Limited

original packaging

1 bottle

£250-300

75

Glenfarclas Single Malt Whisky

Distilled 25th December 1959

1 bottle

£200-250

76

Bowmore Single Malt Whisky

Aged 30 years

Islay

original presentation box

1 bottle

£200-250

77

The Glenlivet Cellar Collection

Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Limited Edition 1964

original presentation box

1 bottle

£200-250

78

The Balvenie Single Malt Vintage Cask 1967

No. 68 of 153 limited edition bottles

original presentation tin

1 bottle

£300-350

79

Springbank Scotch Malt Whisky

Distilled June 1970, Bottled July 1993

Bottle No.38 of 280

original presenation packaging

1 bottle

£400-450

80

The Glenlivet Cellar Collection

1959 Limited Edition

Bottle No. 231/400

1 bottle

£500-600

81

Bowmore Gold Fine Oak Cask Islay Single Malt

Distilled 1964, aged 44 years

1 bottle

£800-1,200

82

Glenfiddich Rare Collection

Aged 40 years

Bottle No.286 of 600

1 bottle

£200-250

83

Auchentoshan 1962 Single Malt

Aged forty one years

Bottle No. 067/112

1 bottle

£150-200

84

The Dalmore 1839-1989

Bottle No. 21/50

1 decanter

£1,000-2,000

85

The Balvenie Single Cask 1970

Bottle No. 121 of 191

1 bottle

£400-500

86

The Macallan 1946

Fifty two years old

Bottle No. 254

1 bottle

£1,000-1,500

87

Tomatin Single Malt

Matured for over 40 years

Limited Release 1967 Distillation

original packaging

1 bottle

£150-200

88

Bowmore Islay Single Malt

Aged 37 years

1968 Limited Edition

original packaging

1 bottle

£200-250

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72 73 74

75 76 77 79 78 80

LONDON

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81 82 83 84 86 85

89

Glenmorangie Sauternes Wood Finish

Distilled in 1981, bottled in 2002

Limited Edition No. 1017

original packaging

1 bottle

£100-150

90

Glenmorangie Malaga Wood Finish

25 years old

Limited edition

1 bottle

£150-200

91

Glenfiddich Vintage Reserve

Laid Down in 1973 for over 33 years

Bottle No. 178 of Cask No. 9874

original packaging

1 bottle

£100-150

92

The Balvenie Vintage Cask 1968

Bottle No. 20 of 180 bottles

original packaging

1 bottle

£100-150

93

Bowmore Islay Single Malt Oloroso Cask 1964

1 bottle

£800-1,200

94

The Glenmorangie 1963

1 bottle

£300-350

95

Glenmorangie Cognac Matured

Bottle No. 546 of 850

original packaging

1 bottle

£200-250

96

Springbank Scotch Malt Whisky

Distilled 31.10. 1967, Bottled 22.8.1988

Bottle No.509 of 648

1 bottle

£400-450

97

Macphail’s Rare Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Aged 30 years

1 decanter

£100-150

98

Glenfarclas Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky

Aged 50 years

1 decanter

£1,000-1,500

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91

92

87 88 89 90

93

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99

Springbank

Aged 25 years

The Frank McHardy bottling

original packaging

1bottle

£200-250

99A

The Dalmore Forty Years Old

Single Highland Whisky

1 bottle

£250-300

100

Hine Champagne Cognac, 1957

Original packaging

1 bottle

£200-250

99

95 96

94

101

Camus Tradition Cognac

Baccarat Crystal

1 decanter

£300-350

102

Hennessy Ellipse Cognac

Baccarat decanter

1 decanter

£1,000-2,000

103

Louis XIII Remy Martin Grande Champagne Cognac

1 Baccarat decanter (1.5L)

£600-800

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99A

98


104

Remy Martin Extra Fine

Champagne Cognac

1 decanter

£100-150

105

Hennessy Paradis Extra Rare

Cognac

1 decanter

£100-150

106

Camus Jubilee Cognac

1 baccarat decanter

£100-150

107

Frapin Cognac

1 decanter

£200-250

108

Martell Creation Cognac

1 Baccarat decanter

£1,000-1,500

109

L’Espirit de Courvoisier

1 decanter

£300-350

110

Ragnaud Sabourin Paradis

Heritage Gaston Briand

Grand Fine Champagne Cognac

1er cru de Cognac

Bottle No. 77

original packaging

1 bottle

£300-350

111

Le Voyage De Delamain

Cognac Grande Champagne

1 Baccarat decanter

£1,000-2,000

112

Frapin Extra Cognac

Grand Champagne Premier

Grand Cru

1 decanter

£100-150

113

Croizet Cognac Millesime,

1928

Bottle No.0047/0085

1 bottle

£150-200

114

Triomphe Grande Champagne

Cognac

1 decanter

£1,000-2,000

110

100

105

101

111

106

114

102

107

103

112

108

104

109

113

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FOUNTAIN

PENS


115 116 117 118

115

Mabie Todd & Co., New York, a ‘Swan’ eyedropper fountain pen, early 20th century, the cap and barrel with scrolling chased gold

plated overlay, and 14 carat ‘Swan 1’ nib

£100-150

116

Waterman’s, a gold overlay eyedropper fountain pen, early 20th century, the cap and ‘French style’ barrel with cased gold flower

overlay, with ‘Waterman’s 2’ fine gold nib

£100-150

117

Waterman’s Ideal, a fountain pen, circa 1920, with silver filigree overlay, lever filler, with fine Waterman’s Ideal nib

£100-150

LONDON

118

Special Super, a two colour gold overlay safety fountain pen, circa 1920, the cap and barrel with alternate spiralling bands of white

and yellow gold pierced work overlay, the cap top chased with a rose, with fine 14 carat gold nib

£100-150

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119

120

119

Cartier, Must de Cartier, a red lacquer fountain pen, with gold plated detail, the Cartier Trinity rings on the cap top, with very fine 18

carat gold nib, fluted section, cartridge converter, in its box with outer card packaging

£100-150

120

Montegrappa, Marostica, a limited edition fountain pen, released 2000, no.0331, the square section crimson resin cap and barrel

with silver overlay chequer-engraved around the symbols of the Italian city, the blind cap in the form of a Rook, with 18 carat gold nib

with platinum overlay, piston filler, in its box with outer card packaging and paperwork

£200-300

121

Parker Centennial Burgundy, a limited edition fountain pen and ballpoint set, released in 2001, with burgundy cap and barrel and

black and gold plated trim, the fountain pen with three cap bands and 18 carat gold Parker Arrow nib, in a wooden box together with

inkwell and spare ink cartridges

£250-350

122

Parker, Duofold CP5 Vintage and Modern, a limited edition silver fountain pen set, released 1999, the Vintage edition no. 596/1888,

with guilloche engraving overall and gold plated trim, and two colour Parker Duofold nib; the Modern edition no. 368/1888, with

fishnet engraving overall and two colour Parker Duofold nib, both pens in separate boxes

£250-350

123

OMAS, Giacomo Casanova, a limited edition fountain pen, released 2003, no.253/725, the porcelain barrel painted with scenes from

the life of the 18th century adventurer, the silver/gold cap with cameo of Casanova, with piston button filler, in its box, with outer

card packaging and paperwork

£200-300

124

OMAS, Mandela Series, ‘Africa’, a limited edition fountain pen, released 1999, no.0101/1600, the yellow resin cap and barrel with a

enamelled silver overlay with the design of a man beneath the sun, Mandela’s signature on the cap, in its box with outer card

packaging and paperwork

£500-700

125

Sheaffer, Legacy Mount Everest Limited Edition fountain pen, released 2003, the cap and barrel electroplated in 23 carat brushed gold,

and laser engraved with an inscription on the barrel reading ‘29th May 1953/ Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay/First Ascent of Mount

Everest (29,035 ft)’ and the Nepalese name for the mountain, the date 1953 on the cap band, with 18 carat gold inlaid nib, in its box with

cut glass inkwell, a box of cartridges, a spare plated cartridge, certificate of authenticity, and brochure, together with outer packaging

£200-250

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121

122

123

124

125

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126 127 128 129

126

Montblanc 146, a black resin fountain pen, with rolled gold trim and two colour 14 carat gold nib, cartridge filler, in its box; together

with Montblanc ballpoint pen, also in a box (2)

£150-200

127

Montblanc 149, a black resin fountain pen, circa 1990, with ink window and two colour 14 carat gold nib, in its box with outer card

packaging

£150-200

128

Montblanc 149, a black resin fountain pen, circa 1990, the black resin cap and barrel with gold plated trim, and two colour 18 carat

gold nib, piston filler, in a fitted box with Montblanc inkwell, together with an additional inkwell

£180-220

129

Montblanc 149, a black resin fountain pen, circa 1990, the black resin cap and barrel with gold plated trim, and two colour 18 carat

gold nib, piston filler, together with a Montblanc inkwell

£180-220

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130

Montblanc, Solitaire Doue, a silver and black resin fountain pen, the fluted silver cap with gold plated trim, and black resin barrel,

with fine two colour nib, in a Montblanc box, with service guide

£250-350

131

Montblanc, ‘Etoile de Montblanc’, a black resin and diamond fountain pen, the tapered resin barrel and cap with platinum finish

trim and a .06 carat floating diamond suspended in the transparent cap top, with fine 18 carat white gold nib, in a Montblanc box

£150-200

132

Montblanc, Yehudi Menuhin, Limited Edition Donation Series fountain pen, released 2001, the black resin cap and barrel with

gold plated trim, the clip in the design of a violin, with rhodium plated 18 carat gold nib, in its box with outer card packaging, CD

and paperwork

£150-200

133

Montblanc, ‘Citrine’ fountain pen, with brown lacquer cap and polished vermeil barrel, black section and two colour 18 carat gold nib

£150-200

134

Montblanc, Czar Nikolai I fountain pen, with malachite cap, platinum finish fluted barrel, and green resin section, with two colour

18 carat gold nib

£150-200

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130

131

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135

Montblanc, Franz Kafka, Limited Edition Writer’s Series three pen set, released 2004, no.2069/18500, composed of translucent red

resin with silver trim, the fountain pen with 18 carat white gold nib, in its box, with outer card packaging and service manual

£450-500

136

Montblanc, Virginia Woolf, Limited Edition Writer’s Series fountain pen, released 2008, no. 14176/16000, the textured ‘wave effect’

cap and barrel with gold plated trim, the clip set with a ruby, with fine 18 carat gold nib

£150-200

137

Montblanc, Semiramis, Limited Edition Patron of the Arts fountain pen, released 1996, no.2040/4810, with black resin cap and

barrel and gold plated filigree overlay with red enamel detail, and fine 18 carat gold Montblanc nib, in its box and outer card

packaging, with service certificate

£500-700

135

136

137

138

138

Montblanc, Prince Regent, Limited Edition Patron of the Arts Series fountain pen, released 1995, no.2012/4810, the blue resin cap

and barrel with gold plated filigree overlay combining the Prince’s crown, with 18 carat gold nib, still in sealed plastic cover, in its

box with outer card packaging and service manual

£500-700

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139

Montblanc, Catherine the Great, Limited Edition Patron of the

Art’s Series fountain pen, 3128/4810, released 1997, with

aubergine resin cap and barrel and gold plated overlay,

engraved with laurel bands, and fine 18k gold nib engraved with

the Imperial Eagle, together with original packaging and service

certificate

£700-1,000

140

Montblanc, Peter the Great, Limited Edition Patron of the Arts

Series fountain pen, 592/4810, released 1997, with green resin

cap and barrel and gold plated overlay, engraved with laurel

bands, and fine 18k gold nib engraved with the Imperial Eagle,

together with original packaging and service certificate

£600-800

141

Montblanc, Alexander the Great, Limited Edition Patron of the

Arts fountain pen, 0113/4810, released 1998, with gold plated

cap and blind cap and trim, gold veined marbled black lacquer

barrel, and fine 18k two-toned rhodium plated gold nib engraved

with the head of a ram, the symbol of the God Ammon, together

with original packaging and service certificate

£700-900

139

140

141

LONDON

142

142

Cartier, Must de Cartier, a set of three leather and suede pen

pouches, each with fittings for twelve pens, with burgundy

leather trim to a tan suede ground, with gilt metal mounts, each

41cm long

£100-150

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143

Namiki, Emperor Collection, a togidashi maki-e

fountain pen, circa 2001, the cap and barrel richly

decorated with flowering branches, signed by the

artist, with 18 carat gold Namiki 50 nib, in its

wooden box with outer card packaging

£2,000-3,000

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FINE WATCHES


144

144

Cartier, a gilt metal and brushed steel desk clock with alarm,

no. 7508 03586, the shaped square face with white dial, black

Roman numerals, and tapered black hands, and white alarm

marker, the non jewelled Cartier quartz movement no.909Q0135,

on an easel stand, 8.7cm high

£150-250

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POCKET WATCHES

145

Gravell & Son, Carthusian Street, London, an 18 carat gold

open faced fob watch, no.13618, the four piece hinged case

hallmarked London 1856, the gilt engraved and engine turned

dial with gold Roman numerals, and blued steel Breguet hands,

the three quarter plate English lever movement with pointed

tooth escape wheel, tangential pallets, bimetallic split balance

and flat balance spring, engraved regulator on the balance

cock, the back of the case engine turned and engraved about

the border with foliate scrolls, a cartouche to the centre, 40mm

diameter

£400-600

146

A French 18 carat gold open faced fob watch, circa 1900,

French provincial gold mark for 1838-1919, the four piece hinged

case with white enamel dial, black Arabic numerals, and gilt

Louis XV hands, the gilt bar cylinder movement fully jewelled

with three arm brass balance, flat balance spring, keyless

wound, the case with a foliate chased and an engraved

monogram on the back, 26mm diameter

£150-200

146

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148

An Edwardian 18 carat gold open faced pocket watch, no.

700442, the four piece case hallmarked Birmingham 1908, the

white dial with black Roman numerals, blued steel spade

hands, and subsidiary seconds dial, the three quarter plate

English lever movement with bimetallic split balance, overcoil

balance spring, and foliate engraved balance cock with

regulator index, the pointed tooth escape wheel with tangential

pallets, keyless winding, the case back engraved with a

monogram, 47mm diameter

£300-400

149

147

LONDON

147

A Swiss 18 carat gold open faced fob watch, no.109208,

circa 1900, the four piece case with gilt engine turned dial,

chased with flowers at the centre, black Roman numerals,

and blued steel spade hands, the Swiss bar movement with

straight line club tooth lever escapement, bimetallic split

balance, Breguet overcoil, and regulator index on the balance

cock, keyless wound, the case back engraved with foliate

scrolls, 32mm diameter

£180-220

149

Sagars, Blackburn, an 18 carat gold open faced pocket watch,

the two piece case hallmarked Birmingham 1901, the white

enamel dial with black Roman numerals, gold spade hands, and

centre seconds, a stop/start slide on the band connected to the

escape wheel, the three quarter plate English lever movement

no.476630, with bimetallic split screwed balance, Breguet

overcoil, pointed tooth escape wheel, and tangential pallets,

regulator index on the balance cock, the case 48mm diameter,

together with a double 9 carat gold curb link watch chain, with 9

carat gold medallion and mounted 1911 sovereign

£1,000-1,500

148

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LONDON

150

151

A Swiss 14 carat gold full hunter minute repeating

pocket watch with triple calendar, moon phases and

chronograph, no. 2006, circa 1910, the five piece case with

white enamel dial, black Roman numerals, gilt Louis XV

hands, centre seconds chronograph with outer minutes

track with 1/5 th divisions, subsidiary seconds dial about the

moonphase aperture, and sub dials for date, day and

month, the frosted gilt straight line lever movement with

bimetallic split balance, overcoil balance spring, repeating

on gongs activated by a slide on the band, column wheel

chronograph exposed, the dust cover engraved with

‘Medaille D’Or 1895/ No. 2006/ Repetition a Minutes/

Chronograph’, the case engine turned, 55mm diameter

£600-800

152

150

Litherland & Co., Liverpool, no.1731, an 18 carat gold full

hunter pocket watch, the two piece case hallmarked London

1804 (case maker ‘TH’ incuse), the white enamel dial with

black Arabic numerals, outer and inner chapter ring

(suggesting it was once housed in a half hunter case) and gilt

spade hands, fusee winding through the dial, the rack lever

movement with thirty tooth escape wheel, cylindrical pillars,

bell shaped cock engraved and chased with foliate swags,

diamond endstone, three armed flat steel balance, and

Bosley type regulator, the case 53mm diameter

Peter Litherland patented the rack lever escapement in 1791.

£700-1,000

151

152

A Continental gold and turquoise open faced fob watch,

circa 1800, the three piece case with engraved and engine

turned gilt dial below white enamel discs painted with black

Arabic numerals and outer minutes track, blued steel

Breguet hands, key wound through the dial, the Continental

verge fusee movement with bridged balance cock, flat three

armed brass balance, and Tompion type regulator disc, the

outer case with chased foliate scrolls above a punched

ground, set overall with turquoise beads, 35mm diameter

£300-400

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A Swiss diamond and enamel full hunter

fob watch for the Turkish market, no.

26269, circa 1880, the four piece case

decorated overall with engine turned

polychrome enamel, set to the centre on

either side with a cluster of rose cuts, the

gilt dial with raised three colour

decoration about the border and to the

centre, black Turkish numerals, and fine

steel hands, the eight jewel bar cylinder

movement with flat three arm alloy

balance, flat balance spring, and regulator

index on the balance cock, the case 35mm

diameter, stamped ‘18’ on the bow,

together with a foxtail link chain

(unmarked) and key, 63g gross

£800-1,200

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153

A. Benel, a Marseille, a gold open faced fob watch, no. 12219, circa 1850, the four piece hinged case with white enamel dial, black

Roman numerals, and fine Breguet hands, the key wound bar cylinder movement with three armed domed gold balance, flat balance

spring, and regulator index on the balance cock, the case foliate engraved on the back, 30mm diameter; and a Swiss 18 carat gold

and enamel half hunter fob watch, no. 412698, late 19th century, the white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals, and gold Louis

XV hands, the fifteen jewel straight line lever movement with bimetallic split balance and flat balance spring, the red engine turned

enamel case painted with a wreath of flowers on the reverse, 29mm diameter

£200-300

154

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156

An 18 carat gold miniature fob watch, circa 1860, the four piece

case with white enamel dial black Roman numerals and Breguet

hands, the dust cover signed ‘Patek Philippe & Co. a Geneve, no.

9753/ Sackermann Hessenberg & Co a Francfort’, the keywound

seven jewel bar movement with cylinder escapement, flat three

arm brass balance and flat balance spring, the regulator index

on the balance cock, the case 18mm diameter

£700-1,000

157

155

155

George Melleze, Geneve, an 18 carat gold and

enamel full hunter fob watch, no. 33620, circa 1870,

the five piece hinged case with white enamel dial,

black Roman numerals, fine Breguet hands, and

subsidiary seconds dial, the quality bar movement

with straight line lever escapement, bimetallic split

balance and flat balance spring, and wolf tooth

winding, the dust cover inscribed ‘Anna J Pickering/

October 16th 1874’, the outer case decorated overall

with chased fleur-de-lys background, and scrolling

black enamel border, 40mm diameter

£250-350

157

Patek Philippe, an 18 carat gold full hunter pocket

watch, no. 161627, case number 266585, circa 1910-

1915, the five piece hinged case with white enamel

dial, black Arabic numerals, gold spade hands and

subsidiary seconds dial, the twenty-one jewel bar

movement with straight line moustache lever

escapement, bimetallic split balance, Breguet

overcoil balance spring, Wilmot’s patent micrometric

cam regulator, and wolf tooth keyless winding, the

dust cover signed and numbered and inscribed

‘Fabrique specialement pour M Helder Fournisseur de

la Cour Royale de Roumanie/ Galatz’, 50mm

diameter, in its fitted box

£1,500-2,000

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159

Patek Philippe, an 18 carat gold full hunter fob watch, no.

98629, case number 211563, circa 1890-1895, the five piece

hinged case with signed white dial, black Arabic numerals, gold

spade hands, and subsidiary seconds dial, the seventeen jewel

bar movement with straight line club tooth lever escapement,

bimetallic split balance and Breguet overcoil, gold wheel train,

regulator index engraved on the central bar, and wolf tooth

winding, the outer case engraved with a coat of arms verso, a

monogram recto, the dust cover inscribed ‘Neil Scott’, 35mm

diameter, in its fitted brown leather box

£700-1,000

160

158

LONDON

158

Patek Philippe, an 18 carat gold and enamel full

hunter fob watch, no. 12879, case number 48203,

circa 1875, the four piece hinged case with white

enamel dial, black Arabic numerals, outer red

seconds track, gold fleur-de-lys hands, and

subsidiary seconds dial, the eighteen jewel bar

movement with straight line club tooth lever

escapement, bimetallic split balance and Breguet

overcoil, gold wheel train, regulator index

engraved on the central bar, and wolf tooth

winding, engraved inside the back cover ‘Made

for E.B Comfort/ by Patek Philippe & Co.,/Geneva

/October 16th 1879’, the case chased and

engraved overall with bands of foliage above a

blue enamel ground, a monogram to the centre

verso, 38mm diameter

£700-1,000

159

160

Patek Philippe & Co, Geneve, an Art Deco 18 carat two colour

gold open faced pocket watch, no. 610958, circa 1935, the two

piece case with matt and satine silvered dial, applied pink gold

Arabic numerals, and pink gold feuille hands, and subsidiary

seconds dial, the eighteen jewel Patek Philippe manual wound

movement no.825785, adjusted to five positions, three heat, cold

and isochronisms, with bimetallic split balance and flat balance

spring, twice stamped with the Seal of Geneva quality mark, the

case 43mm diameter

£700-900

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162

LADY’S WRISTWATCHES

161

An Art Deco lady’s platinum and diamond wristwatch, the two

piece rectangular case pavé set overall with eight cuts, to

diamond set stirrup shoulders, the cream dial with black Arabic

numerals and blued steel hands, the later seventeen jewel

Harox movement cal.FXF 59, the case 59mm including lugs, on a

9 carat gold block link bracelet

£300-400

162

Vacheron et Constantin, Geneve, a lady’s Art Deco 18 carat

gold and enamel wristwatch, no.468046, circa 1930, the two

piece oval back wound case with turquoise blue dial, white

baton hands, the eighteen jewel Vacheron et Constantin

movement cal.1430, adjusted to five positions and temperature,

on an integral bracelet composed of braided brushed gold and

enamel loops, to a box snap clasp, 17cm long overall

£2,500-3,000

163

Jaeger LeCoultre, DuoPlan, a lady’s 18 carat gold wristwatch,

no. 75978, the two piece hinged case import marked London

1936, back wound and set, with black dial, radial numerals,

Arabic 12 and 6, and down turned lugs, the fifteen jewel Jaeger

LeCoultre DuoPlan movement cal.409, adjusted to temperature

and 3 positions, the case 34mm including lugs, on a black

crocodile strap

£600-800

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164

166

Cartier, a lady’s 18 carat gold, diamond,

and seed pearl wristwatch, ref.100148,

circa 1960, the two piece screw down case,

lugs and crown pavé set overall with single

cuts, the dial en suite with gold baton

hands, the seventeen jewel Swiss

rectangular movement, cal.FEF664, the

case 20mm, the bracelet composed of five

strands of seed pearls with gold spacers,

to a diamond set sliding clasp

£3,000-4,000

167

Cartier, a lady’s 18 carat gold, sapphire

and diamond wristwatch, ref.78227/0468,

circa 1985, the two piece screw down

rectangular case with diamond and

sapphire cabochon set lugs, the cream dial

with black Roman numerals, tapered blued

steel hands, and secret signature at 10

o’clock, the seventeen jewel Cartier

movement cal.78-1 ETA 2512-1, the case

38mm including lugs, on a beaded block

link bracelet with fold over clasp, together

with two spare links

£2,500-3,500

165

166

LONDON

164

Cartier, a lady’s 18 carat gold wristwatch,

ref.A102746, circa 1995, the two piece screw

down square case with a cabochon ruby crown,

the bezel acting as the chapter ring, set with red

enamel Roman numerals, the white dial with

blued steel hands, six jewel Cartier quartz

movement, cal.66, the case 26mm including lugs,

on a brown leather strap

£500-700

165

Cartier, Santos, a lady’s 18 carat gold

wristwatch, ref.8210540104, the two piece screw

down case with cabochon sapphire crown, the

cream guilloche dial with black Roman

numerals, and blued steel sword hands, the

seventeen jewel Cartier movement cal.21, the

case 36mm, on a brown crocodile strap

£800-1,200

167

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168 169

170*

Cartier, a lady’s stainless steel wristwatch,

ref.1565 no. 393159, circa 2000, the two piece

screw down case with facetted sapphire

crown, the white dial with black Roman

numerals, secret signature at 10, and blued

steel sword hands, the 4 jewel Cartier quartz

movement cal.157, the case 35mm, on a block

link bracelet with fold over clasp

£200-300

171

Cartier, Tank, a lady’s 18 carat gold

wristwatch, no.671170205, the two piece screw

down case with sapphire cabochon crown, the

white dial with black Roman numerals, and

blued steel sword hands, and secret signature

at 10 o’clock, the seventeen jewel Cartier

movement cal.67X ETA 2410, the case 25mm

including lugs, on a black lizard strap

£400-600

168

Cartier, ‘Calandre’, a lady’s 18 carat gold

wristwatch, ref.810820337, circa 1990, the two piece

screw down stirrup shaped case with a white dial,

black Roman numerals, blued steel sword hands,

and secret signature at 7 o’clock, the seven jewel

Cartier quartz movement cal.81, the case 31mm

including lugs on a black leather strap

£600-800

169

Cartier, ‘Reversible Basculante’, a lady’s stainless

steel wristwatch with ‘cabriolet’ system, ref.2386

no. 43349CD, circa 2000, the three piece case with

sapphire cabochon crown at 12 o’clock, the cream

dial with black Roman numerals, tapered blued

steel hands, and secret signature at 10 o’clock, the

five jewel Cartier quartz movement cal.059, the case

33mm including lugs, on a blue crocodile strap

£500-700

170 171

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Cartier, Tank Americane, a lady’s 18 carat gold

wristwatch, ref.1710 no.CC154668, circa 2000, the two

piece convex rectangular case with facetted sapphire

crown, the cream dial with black Roman numerals,

blued steel tapered hands, and secret signature,

secret Cartier signature at seven o’clock, the 4 jewel

quartz movement cal.157.06, the case 35mm including

lugs, on a black crocodile strap

£800-1,200

173*

Must De Cartier, a lady’s vermeil wristwatch,

ref.6-222871, circa 1990, the two piece screw down

case with sapphire cabochon crown, the cream dial

with black Roman numerals, blued steel hands, and

secret signature at seven o’clock, the seventeen jewel

Cartier movement, cal.76-1, ETA 2512, the case 31mm,

on a brown crocodile strap

£500-700

174 175

172 173

LONDON

174

Must De Cartier, Tank, a lady’s vermeil

wristwatch, ref.681006 no.118353, circa 1990, the

two piece screw down case with cabochon

sapphire crown, the cream dial with black Roman

numerals, blued steel spade hands, and secret

signature at 7 o’clock, the seven jewel Cartier

quartz movement cal.81, the case 31mm

including lugs, on a black lizard strap

£300-400

175*

Cartier, a lady’s stainless steel and diamond

bracelet wristwatch, ref.2384, no. 529867MX,

circa 2005, the two piece screw down case with

white dial, Roman numerals and blued steel

hands, secret signature at 10 o’clock, the 4 jewel

Cartier quartz movement cal.057, the case 25mm,

on a pavé set diamond block link bracelet with

double deployant clasp, in its box with outer card

packaging, with service manual and certificate

£1,000-1,500

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178

International Watch Company, a lady’s 18

carat gold wristwatch, 1960s, the two piece

case with silvered dial, gold baton numerals

and hands, the seventeen jewel International

Watch Company movement cal.431 no.755190,

on an integral woven link bracelet with fold

over ladder clasp, 18.5cm long overall

£700-1,000

179

Kutchinsky, a lady’s 18 carat gold wristwatch,

no.1289/050, the two piece oval case with

tiger’s eye dial, gilt dauphine hands, the

jewelled straight line lever movement cal.78,

on an integral mail link bracelet, to a fold over

ladder clasp, 17.5cm overall

£700-900

176

Ebel, Beluga, a lady’s stainless steel and

diamond wristwatch, ref.9057A28-10 no.42531916,

circa 2003, the two piece screw down case with

rectangular case diamond set along the sides,

the mother of pearl dial with diamond 1/4 hour

markers and baton indexes, with 4 jewel Ebel

quartz movement, the case 28mm, on a block link

bracelet with fold over clasp

£700-1,000

177

Ebel, Classic Wave, a lady’s stainless steel

wristwatch, no. 19797 no.181908, the two piece

screw down case with cream dial, black Roman

numerals and baton hands, the Ebel quartz

movement cal.81, the case 30mm including lugs,

on an articulated bracelet to a box link clasp, in

its leather wallet

£300-400

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181

Zenith, a lady’s 18 carat gold wristwatch, import marked

London 1968, the silvered dial with gold baton numerals and

hands, the seventeen jewel Zenith movement cal.845 no.

2073815, on an integral woven bracelet, to a fold over ladder

clasp, 18cm long overall

£400-600

182

180

Van Cleef & Arpels, a lady’s 18 carat gold wristwatch,

ref.D1502 R14, the two piece oval screw down case with

articulated stirrup lugs, the gilt dial with painted black baton

and Roman numerals, and black baton hands, the five jewel

movement cal.ETA 280.001, the case 40mm including lugs, on

a brown crocodile strap

£800-1200

181

182

Rolex, Cellini, a lady’s 18 carat gold wristwatch, ref.3768J, circa

1970, the two piece oval case with gilt dial, applied gilt baton

numerals and hands, the nineteen jewel Rolex movement cal.1600,

the case 27mm including lugs, on a brown leather strap

£300-400

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183

183

A gentleman’s 9 carat gold wristwatch, the three piece snap on

case import marked London 1915, the white enamel dial with

black Roman numerals, and blued spade hands, the fifteen jewel

manual wound ‘Peerless’ movement no. 259773, finished by

Stauffer & Son & Co., the case 37mm including lugs, the case

back inscribed ‘Serg.t E.B. Riddle D.C.M/ 15th London Reg t/ From

his colleagues at/N.H.I.S/Feb 1917’, on a brown leather strap

£250-350

185

185

Rolex, a mid size 15 carat gold wristwatch, the three piece

case hallmarked Birmingham 1916, no. 913199, the two tone dial

with gilt honeycomb centre, the silvered chapter ring with black

Arabic numerals (red 12), blued steel spade hands, the case

29mm diameter, with fifteen jewel Rolex movement, on an

expandable gold bracelet stamped ‘9ct’

£500-700

184

184

Rolex, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold wristwatch, the three piece

hinged Dennison case hallmarked Birmingham 1919, the white

enamel dial with black Roman numerals (red 12), blued steel

spade hands, and subsidiary seconds dial, the fifteen jewel

Rolex movement with bimetallic split balance and flat balance

spring, the case 32mm diameter, on a brown leather strap

£150-250

186

186

Rolex, a gentleman’s 9 carat gold wristwatch, circa 1919, no.

974063, the two piece case with screw back, the white enamel dial

with Arabic outlined numerals, luminous Mercedes hands, and

subsidiary seconds dial, the fifteen jewel Rolex movement with

bimetallic split balance, and flat balance spring, the case back

inscribed ‘Presented to Mr. Herbert Joys/by the members of the

West End/ Angling Club/1919-20’, the case 38mm including wire

lugs, on a green lizard strap

£300-500

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187

A gentleman’s 18 carat gold wristwatch, the two piece hinged

case no.405235, hallmarked London 1928, with presentation

inscription ‘Major George Brown/ OBE TD/ From his Brother

Officers/of the/3rd Regiment/1st May 1907-27th January 1932’

the white dial with black Roman numerals (red 12), blued steel

double spade hands, and subsidiary seconds dial, the fifteen

jewel Swiss straight line club tooth lever movement no.219962,

the case 35mm including lugs, on a black lizard strap

£300-350

189

189

Omega, a gentleman’s 9 carat gold wristwatch, ref.88170 no.

588521, circa 1934, the two piece rectangular case with silvered

dial, black line markers, and blued steel tapered hands, and

subsidiary seconds dial, the fifteen jewel Omega movement

cal.T17 no. 8241672, the case 33mm, on a black crocodile strap

£300-500

188

LONDON

188

Rolex, a 9 carat gold cushion shaped wristwatch, ref.2081 no.

36127, circa 1929, the two piece case with screw in case back,

the silvered dial with applied gilt Arabic numerals and baton

hands, and subsidiary seconds dial, with fifteen jewel Rolex

movement, the case 38mm including wire lugs, no strap

£700-1,000

190

190

Longines, a gentleman’s 14 carat gold wristwatch, no.6163131,

circa 1940, the two piece rectangular case with silvered dial,

black Arabic numerals, blued steel feuille hands, and subsidiary

seconds dial, with fifteen jewel Longines movement, the case

37mm including lugs, on a 9 carat gold mail link bracelet with

sliding clasp

£600-800

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191

191

Heuer, a gentleman’s stainless steel chronograph wristwatch, inscribed on the reverse ‘To Ernest Bevin the Swiss Railwaymen

and Transportworkers The British Minister of Labour 1944’, circa 1944, the two piece case with two push buttons, silvered dial,

radiumed Arabic numerals, and hands, centre seconds chronograph, and three subsidiary dials running hours, minutes and seconds,

with seventeen jewel Swiss chronograph movement, the case 4mm including lugs, on a black leather strap

Between the 1920s and 1950s, Bevin was a central figure in the British Labour movement and in British foreign policy. In 1940 he was

appointed Minister of Labour by Winston Churchill in the wartime coalition government.

£1,500-2,500

191 (reverse)

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192

Breitling, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold wristwatch, ref. 183

no.397036, circa 1948, the two piece square case with cream

dial, applied gilt, Arabic and dot numerals, and baton hands,

and subsidiary seconds dial, with 17 jewel Breitling movement,

the case 34mm including lugs, no strap

£300-500

194

194

International Watch Company, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold

wristwatch, ref. 109 no.1217032, circa 1950, the two piece case

with tear drop lugs, the black dial with gilt Arabic numerals,

feuille hands, and subsidiary seconds dial, the 17 jewel IWC bar

movement with internal wolf tooth winding, bimetallic split

balance, overcoil balance spring no.1036643, the case 44mm

including lugs, on a black crocodile strap

£500-700

LONDON

193

193

Cyma, Cymaflex, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold wristwatch, ref.

496, 1950s, the three piece case with silvered patterned dial,

applied dart and Arabic numerals, and gilt Dauphine hands, the

17 jewel Cyma bumper automatic movement cal. 8.420

no.227.691, the case 40mm including lugs, no strap

£300-400

195

195

Jaeger LeCoultre, a gentleman’s 18 carat rose gold

wristwatch, no.438206A, 1950s, the two piece case with silvered

dial, applied gold Arabic and baton markers, and dauphine

hands, the 17 jewel Jaeger LeCoultre movement cal.P450 4/C,

the case 44mm including lugs, on a black crocodile strap

£700-1,000

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196

196

Otis, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold chronograph wristwatch,

circa 1950, the two piece case with two plated push buttons,

cream dial, gilt dart and Arabic numerals, outer tachymeter

scale, and 1/5 th division seconds track, and two subsidiary dials

running minutes and seconds, the 17 jewel LeLanderon straight

line Swiss lever movement cal. L48, with exposed chronograph,

the case 45mm including lugs, on a gold block link bracelet, the

clasp stamped ‘18k’

£300-500

198

198

Rolex, Oyster Speedking, a mid-size 9 carat gold manual

wristwatch, ref. 6420 no. 235131, circa 1955, the two piece case

and crown with silvered dial, applied and gilt dart and Arabic

numerals, dauphine hands, and centre sweep seconds, the

17 jewel Rolex movement cal. 1210, no.15869, the case 35mm

including lugs, on a gilt metal Tessuflex bracelet

£600-800

197

197

Rolex, a gentleman’s 9 carat gold manual wind wristwatch, re.

4516/369, circa 1951, the two piece case with teardrop lugs, the

cream dial with gold Arabic numerals, gold feuille hands, and

centre seconds, the 15 jewel Rolex movement cal. 710 no. 52633,

the case 39mm including lugs, on an associated 9 carat gold

block link bracelet with fold over ladder clasp

£400-600

199

199

Rolex, Precision, a gentleman’s 9 carat gold wristwatch, the two

piece case hallmarked London 1957, the two piece case with coin

edge, silvered dial, gilt baton numerals and hands, and centre

seconds, the 17 jewel Rolex movement cal.1210 no.N00349, the

case 40mm including lugs, on a black crocodile strap

£400-600

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201

Vacheron et Constantin, a gentleman’s 18 carat pink gold

automatic wristwatch, ref. 4870 no.344054, 1960s, the two

piece case with two tone champagne dial, with applied pink

gold baton indexes, pink gold baton hands and centre

seconds, the 29 jewel Vacheron et Constantin movement

cal.1071, stamped with the Seal of Geneva quality mark,

rhodium-plated, fausses cotes decoration, adjusted to

heat, cold, isochronism and five positions, and 18K gold

rotor segment with ruby roller bearings, the case 43mm

including lugs, on a black leather strap

£800-1200

200

Vacheron et Constantin, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold

wristwatch, ref. 341807, circa 1950, the two piece

case with gilt dial, applied baton numerals and

hands, and subsidiary seconds dial, the 21 jewel

Vacheron et Constantin movement cal. 498 no.

504763, adjusted to temperature, the case 48mm

including lugs, on a black lizard strap

£1000-1500

201

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202

203

An 18 carat gold and silver wristwatch, no. 1010570, the two piece silver

inner case with silvered dial, black Arabic numerals, and gold feuille

hands, the 15 jewel Thommen/Revue movement cal.79, the two piece

outer gold case with coin edge screw on bezel, the case 37mm including

wire lugs, on a black leather strap

£150-200

204

202

Longines, a gentleman’s 9 carat gold wristwatch, ref. 13322 no. 63937

circa 1960, the two piece case with silvered dial, applied baton and

Arabic numerals, and tapered hands, the 17 jewel Longines movement

with centre seconds, cal.12.68 no. 11004967, the case 42mm including

lugs, on a brown crocodile strap

£200-300

204

Bulova ‘Accutron’, a gentleman’s electronic wristwatch, case

no.F050038, 1960s, the three piece case stamped ‘14k’, with screwed

ring on the case back, with guilloche dial, and applied baton and Arabic

numerals and baton hands, the seventeen jewel movement cal.214 with

a tuning fork as vibrating element and a frequency of 360 Hz, marked

M4 for 1964, the case 41mm including lugs, on a black leather bracelet

Bulova’s Accutron watches, first sold in October 1960, use a 360 hertz

tuning fork to drive a mechanical gear train to turn the hands. The

inventor, Max Hetzel, was born in Basel, Switzerland, and joined the

Bulova Watch Company of Bienne, Switzerland, in 1948. The tuning fork

was powered by a one-transistor electronic oscillator circuit, so the

Accutron qualifies as the first ‘Electronic watch’. The true accutron,

instead of ticking, had a faint, high pitch hum which came from the

vibrating tuning fork.

£300-400

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206

Omega, Seamaster, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold wristwatch, ref.165020

SC-62, circa 1962, the two piece tonneau case with textured silvered dial,

applied gilt baton numerals and baton hands, the twenty-four jewel Omega

automatic movement cal.552 no. 19630624, the case 41mm including lugs,

on a brown crocodile strap

£300-500

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205

Rolex, Oyster, a gentleman’s 10 carat gold manual wind wristwatch

for the American market, ref.6022 no.1840482 circa 1967/68, the two

piece screw down case and crown with cream dial, applied gilt dart

numerals and Arabic numerals, luminous tapered hands, and centre

sweep seconds, the seventeen jewel Rolex movement cal.1210

no.78343, the case 39mm including lugs, on an elasticated 9 carat

gold block link bracelet with fold over clasp

£800-1,200

206

207

Zenith 28800, a gentleman’s 9 carat gold automatic wristwatch,

no.24507, the two piece tonneau case hallmarked London 1972, the

gilt dial with baton numerals and hands, and offset date aperture,

the twenty-three jewel Zenith automatic movement cal.2562 PC, the

case 40mm including lugs, on a brown crocodile strap

£300-400

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209

Eberhard, a gentleman’s stainless steel chronograph wristwatch,

no, 13468, circa 1950, the two piece case with two push buttons,

silvered dial, outer tachymeter scale, black Arabic numerals, blued

steel Breguet hands, three subsidiary dials running hours, minutes

and seconds, and centre sweep chronograph, the Eberhard

chronograph movement no. 14905 with screwed compensated

balance with overcoil balance spring, and exposed column wheel

chronograph, the case 47mm diameter, on a brown leather strap

£400-600

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Rolex, Oyster, a gentleman’s stainless steel wristwatch, ref, 4444,

no. 356552, circa 1944, the two piece screw down case and crown

with silvered dial, applied Arabic and dart markers, baton hands,

and centre sweep seconds hand, the fifteen jewel Rolex movement

with monometallic split balance and overcoil balance spring, the

case 39mm including lugs, on a black leather strap

£300-500

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Jaeger LeCoultre, Memovox, a gentleman’s stainless steel

wristwatch, ref.855 no.1269067, circa 1956, the two piece case with

two crowns to wind and set, the applied chapter ring with baton

numerals and tapered hands above a rotating inner alarm indicator,

the seventeen jewel automatic alarm movement cal.K815 no.

1710970, the case 46mm including lugs, on a black leather strap

£300-500

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Longines, ‘Conquest’, a gentleman’s stainless steel

chronograph wristwatch, ref.8612.4 no. 170451, the two piece

case with stop/start button on band, silvered dial, outer

tachymeter scale, blue 1/5 th division seconds track, luminous

square markers and hands, yellow centre seconds chronograph,

and off set subsidiary seconds dial at 3 o’clock, the seventeen

jewel Longines chronograph movement cal.334 Royce 236, the

case 42mm including lugs, on a black leather strap

Produced in 1972 for the XXth Olympic Games in Munich

£300-500

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Jaeger LeCoultre, Memovox, a gentleman’s stainless steel

wristwatch with alarm, no.1304692, 1970s, the two piece

cushion shaped case with two crowns to set time and alarm,

the metallic grey dial with applied silver baton markers and

hands, date aperture at 3 o’clock, inner orange dial for the alarm

and orange centre sweep seconds, the seventeen jewel Jaeger

LeCoultre movement cal.916 adjusted to 3 positions, no.2132994,

the case 46mm including lugs, on a punched black leather strap

£800-1,200

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Cartier, Tank Francaise, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold

wristwatch, ref.1840 no.MG244321, the two piece

screw down case with sapphire cabochon crown,

cream engine turned dial, black Roman numerals,

blued steel tapered hands, date aperture at 6 o’clock,

and secret signature at 7 o’clock, the twenty jewel

Cartier automatic movement cal.120, on a brown

crocodile strap

£1,000-1,500

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Cartier, Panthere, a gentleman’s two colour

wristwatch, ref.00841 no.187957, circa 1990, the two

piece screw down case with sapphire cabochon

crown, the cream dial with black Roman numerals,

secret signature at 7 o’clock, blued steel tapered

hands, and date aperture at 3 o’clock, the seven jewel

Cartier quartz movement cal.81, the case 40mm

including lugs, on a two colour block link bracelet

with double deployant clasp

£700-1,000

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Cartier, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold

wristwatch, the two piece square case

hallmarked London 1973, ref.1141, with sapphire

cabochon crown, cream dial, black Roman

numerals and blued steel sword hands, the

seventeen jewel LeCoultre movement cal.X840,

the case 27mm, on a brown leather strap with

18 carat gold fold over clasp

£1,000-1,500

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Cartier, Santos, a mid-size two colour

wristwatch, no.296152852, circa 1980, the two

piece screw down case with gold screw down

bezel, the white dial with black Roman

numerals, Cartier secret signature at 7 o’clock,

blued steel sword hands, and date aperture at 3

o’clock, the seventeen jewel Cartier movement

cal.ETA 2671, the case 42mm including lugs, on

a black stitched leather bracelet

£500-700

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Girard Perregaux, Anno 1991, a gentleman’s 18 carat white gold wristwatch,

ref.4961, circa 1991, the two piece rectangular screw down case with white dial,

dot and Arabic numerals, tapered black hands, and subsidiary seconds dial, the

seventeen jewel Girard Perregaux movement cal.2300-119, the case 43mm

including lugs, on a black stitched leather strap

£600-800

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Chaumet, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold wristwatch, ref.1805 no.253,

circa 1980, the two piece screw down case with textured white dial,

black baton hands, and numerals, and date aperture at 6 o’clock, the

seven jewel Swiss quartz movement cal.ETAQ 955-414, the case

37mm including lugs, on a blue lizard strap

£400-600

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Jaeger LeCoultre, Gentilhomme, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold

wristwatch, ref.155.1.9, no. 0898, purchased 1996, the two piece

screw down case with white dial, black Roman numerals, feuille

hands, and subsidiary seconds dial, the thirty-six jewel Jaeger

LeCoultre automatic movement.cal.891 no.2572401, adjusted to

4 positions, the case 41mm including lugs, on a black crocodile

strap, in its box with outer card packaging, guarantee, and

service manual

£1,500-2,000

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Omega, Constellation, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold wristwatch, ref.1961080,

circa 1990, the two piece case with chapter ring bezel, enamelled with black

Roman numerals, the gilt dial with luminous baton hands, and date aperture at

3 o’clock, the six jewel Omega quartz movement cal.1438 ETA 255-461, the case

38mm including lugs, on a brown crocodile strap

£300-500

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Jaeger LeCoultre, Reverso, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold

wristwatch, ref.250.1.08 no. 1760642, circa 1995, the three piece with

sliding reversible inner case, the silvered two tone dial with black

Arabic numerals, and blued steel tapered hands, the seven jewel

Jaeger LeCoultre quartz movement cal.608 no. 2671968, the case

39mm including lugs, on a brown leather strap

£1,500-2,000

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Piaget, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold wristwatch with duo time dial,

ref.223820 no.612501 A6, the two piece oval case with two crowns for

each train, the textured silver dial with two sub dials, one black, one

silver, running dual time, the seventeen jewel Piaget movement

cal.6PI no. 7315237 and no.7315167, on an integral textured bracelet

to a fold over ladder clasp, 17cm long overall

£2,000-3,000

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Rolex, Cellini, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold wristwatch, ref.4084, no. 8-

1053, the two piece case with gilt dial and baton hands, the nineteen

jewel Rolex manual wind movement cal.1600, the case 35mm including

lugs, on a black crocodile strap

£600-800

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Pierce, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold wristwatch, no.96008, the two

piece case with cabochon onyx crown, black dial, and silvered

tapered hands, the seventeen jewel manual wind Pierce movement

cal.7001, on an integral woven link bracelet, to a fold over ladder

clasp, 20 cm long overall

£300-500

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Zenith, a 18 carat white gold and diamond wristwatch, the two piece

case import marked London 1976, the silvered dial with painted black

Roman numerals, and baton hands, the oval case set about the bezel

with graduated brilliant cuts, the seventeen jewel Zenith movement

cal.1520 no.6219956, on an integral woven bracelet with fold over

ladder clasp, 17.8 cm overall

£700-1,000

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Breitling, a gentleman’s stainless steel chronograph

wristwatch, ref.A13048 no. 1.17526, circa 2000, the three piece

case with unidirectional bezel, and inner tachymeter dial, the

black dial with luminous baton markers, baton hands, and three

subsidiary dials running hours, minutes and seconds, and a

date aperture at 3 o’clock, the seventeen jewel Breitling

automatic chronograph movement cal.ETA 7750, the case

47mm including lugs, on a brown stitched leather strap

£700-1,000

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Aquanautic, a gentleman’s ceramic and

black rubber chronograph wristwatch, circa

2006, the three piece screw down case with

rubber push buttons, and screw down crown

with hinged protective cap, the black dial

with luminous dot and Arabic markers,

luminous target hands, centre seconds

chronograph with flyback, and three

subsidiary dials running hours, minutes and

seconds, and off set date aperture at

4 o’clock, the twenty-three jewel Swiss

quartz chronograph movement ETA 251.471,

the case 47mm including lugs, on a rubber

bracelet, in its box with screwdriver for

bezel adjustment

£100-150

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Breitling SuperOcean Chronometre, a gentleman’s stainless steel

wristwatch, ref.857171 no.A17360, circa 2000, the two piece screw down

case and crown with rotating bezel calibrated to 60 units, the cream

dial with inner seconds track, luminous dot markers and applied Arabic

quarter hours, and luminous sword hands, centre sweep seconds, and

date aperture at 3 o’clock, with Breitling automatic movement, the case

50mm including lugs, on a brown stitched strap

£500-700

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Breitling, SuperOcean, a gentleman’s

stainless steel automatic wristwatch,

ref.A17045 case no. 1960, circa 2004, the

two piece screw down case and crown

with unidirectional bezel calibrated to 60

units, the matt black dial with luminous

Arabic numerals (an inner 24 hour dial)

and luminous tapered hands, and date

aperture at 3 o’clock, the twenty-five

jewel Breitling movement cal.ETA 2824-2,

the case 48mm including lugs, on a block

link bracelet with fold over clasp, in its

box with outer card packaging, together

with international warranty, service

manual and two spare links

£700-1,000

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Breitling Chronomat, a gentleman’s stainless steel chronograph

wristwatch, ref.B13047 no.97397, circa 1995, the two piece screw down case

with three crowns, and rotating bezel, the cream dial with baton numerals

and luminous baton hands, outer tachymeter scale, and three subsidiary

dials running hours, minutes and seconds, and date aperture at 3 o’clock,

the seventeen jewel Breitling automatic movement cal.ETA 7750, the case

48mm including lugs, on a brown stitched leather strap

£600-800

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Rolex, DateJust, a two colour wristwatch, ref.69173 no. 8592585, circa

1985/86, the two piece screw down case and crown with silvered dial, gold

baton numerals and hands, centre sweep seconds, and magnified date

aperture, the twenty-nine jewel Rolex movement cal.2135, no. 306797

adjusted to 5 positions and temperature, the case 34mm including lugs, on a

two colour block link bracelet with fold over clasp

£800-1,200

232*

Rolex, DateJust, a mid-size 18 carat gold wristwatch, ref.78278 no.A812117,

circa 1999, the two piece screw down case and crown with white dial,

applied gold Roman numerals, baton hands, centre sweep seconds and

magnified date aperture, the thirty-one jewel Rolex automatic movement

adjusted to 5 positions and temperature cal.2235 no.0949721, the case 37mm

including lugs, on an 18 carat gold block link bracelet with fold over clasp, in

a Rolex box with outer card packaging, together with ‘Attestation de

Chronometre Officiel’, and service manual

£2,000-3,000

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Rolex, Oyster Perpetual DateJust, a gentleman’s stainless steel wristwatch,

ref.16200 no.A793655 circa 1999, the two piece screw down case and crown with blued

dial, baton numerals, Roman outer dial, baton hands and magnified date aperture,

the thirty-one jewel Rolex automatic movement adjusted to five positions and

temperature, cal.3135 no.3-3841696, the case 43mm including lugs, on a block link

bracelet with fold over clasp

£600-800

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Rolex, Oyster Date, a gentleman’s stainless steel

wristwatch, ref.6694 no.662300, circa 1980, the two piece

screw down case and crown with metallic blue dial, white

baton numerals and hands, and magnified date aperture

at 3 o’clock, with seventeen jewel Rolex manual

movement, the case 43mm including lugs, on a block link

bracelet with fold over clasp, in a Rolex box

£600-800

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Rolex, Oyster Perpetual, a gentleman’s stainless steel wristwatch,

ref.116000, no.M412593, circa 2008, the two piece screw down case

and crown with silvered dial, applied luminous baton and Arabic

numerals, baton hands, and centre sweep seconds, the thirty-one

jewel Rolex automatic movement, adjusted to 5 positions and

temperature, cal.3130 no. 3-2164011, the case 44mm including lugs,

on a block link bracelet with fold over clasp

£1,800-2,200

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Cartier, Pasha Grille, a gentleman’s stainless steel limited edition automatic wristwatch, no.1349/1847, the three piece screw

down case with transparent case back, ‘Vendome’ style lugs, cabochon ruby-set winding crown with screwed-down protective cap

and chain, unidirectional graduated bezel, and protective grille, the silvered dial engine turned to the centre, black Roman numerals,

luminous dot markers, and feuille hands, and off set date aperture at 4 o’clock, the twenty-one jewel Cartier movement cal.049, no.

85216 ETA 2892A2, the case 46mm including lugs, on a burgundy crocodile strap, in its box with outer card packaging, together with

leather folder containing guarantee, and service manual, and fascimile of original Cartier catalogue entry

Produced to celebrate Cartier's 150th anniversary in 1997

£2,000-3,000

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Longines, Weems Navigation watch, SwissAir, a

gentleman’s stainless steel limited edition wristwatch,

ref.628-5241 no. 178, circa 1994, the two piece case with

white enamel chapter ring with black Arabic numerals,

rotating silvered centre reading 12 hours, 24 hours, and

seconds, and feuille hands, the twenty-one jewel

Longines automatic movement cal.L.628-1 ETA 2892, the

case 44mm including lugs, on a black leather strap

£300-500

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Longines, Master Collection, a gentleman’s stainless steel triple calendar chronograph wristwatch with 24 hour indication and

moon phases, ref.L2.688.4, no.33574267, circa 2005, the two piece screw down tonneau case with two dart shaped push buttons, the

engine turned grey dial with white Roman numerals, white feuille hands, inner date ring, and three subsidiary dials indicating i) day,

date and month ii) moon phases and hours iii) seconds and 24 hour indicator, the twenty-five jewel Longines movement cal.ETA

L678.2, the case 55mm including lugs, on a deep burgundy crocodile strap, in its box with outer card packaging, pin to set, additional

bracelet, service manual and guarantee

£2,000-3,000

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Gerald Genta, Geneve, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold

astronomic wristwatch with perpetual calendar and

moon phases, ref.G2213.4 ref.42121, 1980s, the two

piece octagonal case with ‘Vendome’ type central

lugs, the cream dial with gold baton hands, and four

subsidiary dials indicating moon phases, day, date,

and month with leap year aperture, the thirty-five

jewel Gerald Genta automatic movement cal.2841

adjusted to 4 positions, the case 38mm including

lugs, on a blue crocodile strap, together with its

original plastic packaging, tan leather box,

additional wallet, guarantee, instruction manual,

and additional blue crocodile strap, and one in

burgundy, and cleaning cloth

£7,000-10,000

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Asprey, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold wristwatch with power

reserve indicator, ref.5011, circa 1990, the two piece case with

transparent case back, the silvered sunburst dial with gold

Roman numerals, blued steel feuille hands, 45 hour power

reserve indicator, subsidiary seconds dial, and date aperture

at 3 o’clock, the seventeen jewel Swiss movement cal.P7046,

the case 45mm including lugs, on a stitched brown leather

strap with fold over clasp

£800-1,200

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Rolex, a gentleman’s 9 carat gold wristwatch, ref.728606,

import marked London 1916, the two piece Wilsdorf & Davis

hinged case with white enamel dial, luminous Arabic numerals,

and skeleton hands, and subsidiary seconds dial, with fifteen

jewel Rolex manual wind movement, the case 36mm including

wire lugs, on a black lizard strap

£400-600

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Pierre Friedel, Geneve, an 18 carat gold half hunter wristwatch, no. 69338, early 20th century, the four piece hinged case with white

enamel dial, black Roman numerals, outer seconds track, and gilt spade hands, with jewelled bar cylinder movement, the case 41mm

including wire lugs, no strap; Longines, a 9 carat gold wristwatch, no.2846999, import marked London 1913, the three piece case with

white enamel dial, black Roman numerals (red 12), blued steel spade hands, and subsidiary seconds dial, with fifteen jewel club

tooth straight line lever escapement, the case 33mm including wire lugs, on a black lizard strap; together with two silver cased

wristwatches of the same period (4)

£200-300

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Harwood, a gentleman’s gold automatic wristwatch, ref.304520

circa 1928, the two piece case with rotating enamel bezel to set,

decorated with Greek key decoration, the cream dial with black

Arabic numerals, and blued steel Breguet hands, movement

signed STE Fse Harwood Brevete SGDG no.580247 Harwood

Blancpain, Fab Suisse monometallic balance, flat balance

spring, the case 33mm including lugs, the case 28mm, on a gold

mail link bracelet

£500-700

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Waltham, a 14 carat gold wristwatch,

no.49049334, circa 1940, the two piece square

case with convex glass, the silvered dial with

applied dart and dot numerals, feuille hands,

and subsidiary seconds dial, the nineteen jewel

Waltham movement with four adjustments,

cal.750-B no.066032, the case 32mm including

lugs, on a brown crocodile strap; Waltham, a 9

carat gold wristwatch, ref.102887 hallmarked

Birmingham 1917, the two piece round hinged

case with white enamel dial with black Arabic

numerals, skeleton hands, and subsidiary

seconds dial, the nineteen jewel Waltham

Riverside Maxinaus movement with gold train

and gold mounted jewel holes no.10053206, the

case 33mm including wire lugs, on a brown

leather strap

£200-300

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International Watch Company, an 18 carat gold wristwatch, ref.22914

circa 1930, the two piece square case with cream dial, radiumed Arabic

numerals, and skeleton hands, the nineteen jewel IWC movement with 6

adjustments, patent no.55231 no.656776, the case 32mm including lugs,

on a black lizard strap

£200-300

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Rolex, Prince ‘Brancard’, a 9 carat gold wristwatch, ref.971 no.73562,

import marked Glasgow 1930, the two piece flared rectangular two colour

case with two tone silvered dial, black Arabic numerals to the off set

chapter ring and blued steel spade hands, and subsidiary seconds dial

below, the fifteen jewel Rolex rectangular movement, for all climates,

timed 6 positions, monometallic balance, observatory quality and overcoil

balance spring, the case 43mm including lugs, on a black leather strap

£3,000-5,000

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Rolex, Prince ‘Brancard Tiger Stripe’, an 18 carat gold wristwatch, ref.971

no.78515, import marked Glasgow 1929/1930, the two piece flared

rectangular two colour case with two tone silvered dial, black Arabic

numerals to the off set chapter ring and blued steel hands, and subsidiary

seconds dial below, the fifteen jewel Rolex extra Prima rectangular

movement timed to six positions, observatory quality, with monometallic

compensated balance and overcoil balance spring cal.300 no.73023, the

case 43mm including lugs, on a black snakeskin strap

£5,000-7,000

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Rolex, Prince ‘Railway’, an 18 carat gold wristwatch, ref.1862 no 39318,

circa 1938, the two piece stepped rectangular two colour case with two

tone dial, black Arabic numerals to the offset chapter ring, and blued steel

hands, the centre seconds dial below, the fifteen jewel rectangular

movement timed to six positions, observatory quality cal.300 no.74583, the

case 43mm including lugs, on an 18 carat gold block link bracelet

£6,000-8,000

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Rolex, Tridor Day Date, a gentleman’s three colour automatic wristwatch,

ref.18039B no.8799060, circa 1984, the two piece screw down case and

crown with diamond cut bezel, white dial, applied Roman numerals and

hands, centre sweep seconds, magnified date aperture, and day aperture

at 12 o’clock, the thirty-one jewel Rolex automatic movement adjusted to

five positions and temperature cal.3055 no.1466173, the case 44mm

including lugs, on a three colour block link bracelet, with fold over clasp, in

a Rolex box with outer card packaging

£6,000-8,000

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Rolex, a gentleman’s 10 carat gold wristwatch, ref.164311, circa

1945, the two piece screw down case with coin edge, the cream dial

with honeycomb centre, applied dart and square numerals, luminous

tapered hands, and red centre seconds, the fifteen jewel Rolex

movement no.33066, the case 40mm including lugs, on a gold mail

link bracelet, the fold over ladder clasp stamped ‘14k’

£6,000-8,000

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Rolex, Tridor Day Date, a gentleman’s three colour automatic

wristwatch, ref.18239B no.L607053, circa 1989, the two piece screw

down case and crown with gold diamond cut bezel, silvered dial,

applied baton numerals and hands, centre sweep seconds and day

aperture at 12 o’clock, the thirty-one jewel Rolex automatic

movement adjusted to five positions and temperature cal.3155

no.5394674, the case 44mm including lugs, on a three colour block

link bracelet with fold over clasp, in a Rolex box and outer card

packaging (incomplete), together with a service manual

£6,000-8,000

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Omega, Constellation Chronometre, a gentleman’s 14 carat

gold automatic wristwatch, ref.168005/6, circa 1966, the two

piece screw down case with silvered ‘pie-pan’ dial, applied gilt

baton numerals and dauphine hands, centre seconds, and date

aperture at 3 o’clock, the fourteen jewel Omega automatic

movement adjusted to 5 positions and temperature cal.561 no.

23850964, the case 43mm including lugs, on a black crocodile

strap with double deployant clasp

£500-700

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Omega, Constellation, a gentleman’s 14 carat gold automatic

wristwatch, ref.14902/3 CS62, circa 1962, the two piece case

with black ‘pie-pan’ dial, applied gilt baton markers, tapered

hands, and date aperture at 3 o’clock, the twenty-four jewel

Omega automatic movement cal.561 no. 19417753, the case

43mm including lugs, on a brown lizard strap, in an Omega box

with outer card packaging

£600-800

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Omega, Constellation, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold automatic

wristwatch, ref.147586 circa 1969, the two piece case with

metallic champagne ‘pie-pan’ dial, applied gilt numerals, and

dauphine hands, and date aperture at 3 o’clock, the twenty-four

jewel Omega automatic movement no. 29464610, the case 42mm

including lugs, on a black lizard strap, in an Omega box

£500-700

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Omega, Constellation Chronometre, a gentleman’s 18 carat

gold wristwatch, ref.168005/6, circa 1966, the two piece screw

down case with gilt ‘pie-pan’ dial with applied baton numerals

and tapered hands, and magnified date aperture at 3 o’clock,

the twenty-four jewel Omega automatic movement cal.561

no.23818969 adjusted to 5 positions and temperature, the case

43mm including lugs, on a brown crocodile strap

£500-700

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Vacheron et Constantin, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold

wristwatch, ref.4961 no.353227 circa 1960, the two piece slim

case with gilt dial, applied baton numerals and hands, the

seventeen jewel Vacheron et Constantin movement adjusted

to temperature cal.1003 no.527158, on an integral woven

bracelet, to a fold over ladder clasp, 20cm long overall

£3,000-5,000

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Omega, a gentleman’s 9 carat gold automatic

wristwatch, ref.3625420, hallmarked London 1972, the gilt

dial with applied gilt baton numerals and hands, centre

seconds, and date aperture at 3 o’clock, the twenty-four

jewel Omega automatic movement cal.565 no.33592883, on

an integral woven bracelet, 20.5cm overall

£1,000-1,500

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Montblanc Meisterstuck, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold

automatic chronograph wristwatch, ref.7000

no.PL23958, circa 1997, the case back and two side

buttons, the crown with Montblanc star, the black dial

with applied gold Arabic numerals, luminous feuille

hands, Montblanc centre seconds chronograph, three

gilt subsidiary dials running hours, minutes and

seconds, and day and date aperture at 3 o’clock, the

twenty-five jewel Montblanc automatic chronograph

movement cal.4810-501 ETA 7750, the case 48mm

including lugs, on a black crocodile strap, together with

spare gold buckle, service guide and warranty

The Montblanc watch range was launched in 1997.

£1,500-2,000

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Omega, Prestige Limited Edition, a gentleman’s

18 carat gold automatic wristwatch, ref.4601.54

no.883/1120, made in 1996, the two piece case with

transparent back, black dial, applied gold baton

numerals and dauphine hands, and date aperture,

the twenty-three jewel Omega automatic

movement cal.1120 no.60120611, the case 40mm

including lugs, on a 9 carat gold fine brick link

bracelet with fold over ladder clasp, in its box with

outer card packaging, service manual and

certificate of authenticity

£2,000-3,000

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Girard Perregaux, a gentleman’s chronograph wristwatch, circa 1940, the two

piece case with side push buttons, black dial, outer telemeter and tachymeter

track, luminous Arabic numerals, and index hands, and subsidiary seconds

and minutes dial, with seventeen jewel Girard Perregaux chronograph

movement, the case 48mm including lugs, on a black lizard strap

£1,200-1,800

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Girard Perregaux, a gentleman’s stainless steel chronograph

wristwatch, circa 1940, the two piece case with two push buttons,

the silvered dial with outer tachymeter and telemeter track, black

Arabic numerals, tapered blued steel hands, red centre seconds

chronograph, and two subsidiary dials running seconds and

minutes, with seventeen jewel Girard Perregaux chronograph

movement, the case 50mm including lugs, on a black leather strap

£300-500

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Ulysse Nardin, a gentleman’s chronograph wristwatch, circa

1940, the two piece case with two side buttons, the blue dial

with outer tachymeter and telemeter track, pink gold Arabic

numerals, white feuille hands, red centre seconds

chronograph, and subsidiary dials running seconds and

minutes, the seventeen jewel Ulysse Nardin chronograph

movement with screwed compensated monometallic balance,

and flat balance spring, the case 50mm including stirrup lugs

on a black leather strap

£1,000-1,500

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Omega, Speedmaster Professional, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold limited edition

‘Moon watch’, ref.48804199, no.302/999, circa 1985, the two piece case inscribed

on the back ‘Flight Qualified by NASA for all manned space missions/ The First

Watch Worn on the Moon’, the Seamaster logo at the centre, with black

tachymeter bezel, the black dial with applied gilt baton markers, and luminous

baton hands, centre seconds chronograph, and three subsidiary dials running

hours, minutes and seconds, the seventeen jewel Omega chronograph movement

cal.863 no.48304191, the case 48mm including lugs, on an 18 carat gold block link

bracelet with fold over clasp, in an Omega box with outer card packaging

£3,000-5,000

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Omega, Cosmic, a gentleman’s 14 carat gold wristwatch with

day/date and moon phases, ref.2743 no.10803093, circa 1947, the two

piece case with gilt dial, applied gilt dot numerals, and Arabic 12,

outer blue date track with blue marker, gold ‘index’ hands,

subsidiary seconds dial with moon phases aperture, and day and

month apertures, the seventeen jewel Omega movement cal.381

(formerly 27 DL PC AM) no.11202143, the case 40mm including lugs,

on a mail link bracelet with fold over ladder clasp

£1,500-2,000

265

Omega, Speedmaster, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold chronograph

wristwatch, ref.175.0084 no.75895519, circa 1999, the two piece case

with tachymeter bezel, charcoal dial, outer date track with pointer,

applied baton markers, luminous baton hands, and three subsidiary

dials running hours, minutes and seconds, the latter two combined

with day/date, and 24 hour dial, the twenty-five jewel Omega automatic

movement cal.1151 ETA 7751, the case 45mm including lugs, on a black

crocodile strap, in an Omega box with outer card packaging

£2,500-3,000

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Jaeger LeCoultre, Reverso, an 18 carat pink gold reversible wristwatch with

calendar, ref.270.2.36, no.1872988, circa 1996, the three piece case with inner

two piece sliding reversible case with silvered dial, black Arabic numerals,

blued steel sword hands, and inner date ring, with subsidiary seconds dial

intersecting below, and day aperture top left, the twenty-one jewel Jaeger

LeCoultre movement cal.836 no.2837746, the case 42mm including lugs, on a

black crocodile strap, in a Jaeger LeCoultre box with outer card packaging

£2,000-3,000

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Jaeger LeCoultre, Reverso Art Deco, an 18 carat pink gold

reversible wristwatch with skeletonized movement, ref.270.2.62

no.729, circa 1992, the three piece case with sliding reversible inner

case, the silvered dial with guilloche centre, applied dart and dot

numerals, gold sword hands, and subsidiary seconds dial, the

twenty-one jewel skeletonized and hand engraved movement cal.822

AD no.2684453, the case 42mm including lugs, on a black crocodile

strap, in a Jaeger LeCoultre box and outer card packaging, together

with service manual with white leather wallet

£3,500-4,500

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Jaeger LeCoultre, Reverso Chronographe Retrograde, an 18 carat

pink gold limited edition reversible wristwatch, ref.270.2.69, no.

002/500, 1996, the three piece with inner two piece reversible sliding

case with transparent case back, the silvered guilloche dial with

plain chapter ring with painted black Arabic numerals, stop/start

chronograph aperture at 5, and date aperture, the thirty-seven jewel

Jaeger LeCoultre rectangular chronograph movement cal.829, the

case 42mm including lugs, on a black crocodile strap, in its box with

instruction manual, and outer card packaging

£8,000-12,000

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Girard Perregaux, ‘Traveller II Time Zone - Alarm Automatic’,

a gentleman’s 18 carat gold wristwatch, ref.4940 no.127, circa

2000, the two piece case with two crowns to set time and alarm,

the cream dial with applied gold Arabic numerals, gold tapered

hands, inner dial for the second time zone and blued steel pointer,

blued steel centre seconds, and two date apertures, the thirty-one

jewel Girard Perregaux automatic movement cal.2291, the case

48mm including lugs, on a tan crocodile strap, in its box with outer

card packaging, guarantee card and service manual

£4,000-6,000

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Panerai Firenze, Luminor Power Reserve, a gentleman’s

stainless steel limited edition wristwatch, ref.OP 6556, no.BB

1107922/ FO995/1500, circa 2000, the three piece cushion shaped

case with patented winding crown with security lever to wind

the watch even underwater, the black dial with luminous Arabic

numerals and indexes, luminous baton hands, subsidiary

seconds dial at 9, up-and-down indication at 5, and ‘cyclops’

date aperture, the twenty-one jewel Panerai automatic

movement cal.7750-P3 ETA AO5561 no.367188, the case 54mm

including lugs, on a black crocodile strap, in its box, with outer

card packaging, service manual, guarantee card, screwdriver to

adjust, and spare rubber strap

£3,000-4,000

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Girard Perregaux, ‘ww.tc’, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold worldtime wristwatch, ref.4980 no.OJ 168, circa 2000, the two piece screw

down case with transparent case back, two push buttons on the band, and two screw down crowns, one to rotate the bezel marked

with 24 world cities, the metallic black dial with outer 24 hour dial, luminous dot markers, and feuille hands, gold centre seconds,

three subsidiary dials running seconds, minutes and hours, off set date aperture at 1 o’clock, the 63 jewel Girard Perregaux nickel

finished lever movement cal.3387, the case 54mm including lugs, on an 18 carat gold block link bracelet, in its box, together with a

instruction manual

£8,000-12,000

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Zenith, El Primero, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold calendar wristwatch with moonphases and chronograph, ref.62 0240 410, circa 2001,

the two piece screw down case with transparent case back, two push buttons, silvered dial with textured centre, outer tachymeter

track, gold Roman numerals, dauphine hands, two subsidiary dials running hours and minutes, the seconds dial with moon phases

aperture, and three apertures for day, date and month, the thirty-one jewel Zenith chronograph automatic movement cal.4102,

numbered on oscillating weight 21652 Official Swiss Controle Chronometer Certificate RATE no.9759425 movement no. 160007, the

case 43mm including lugs, on an 18 carat gold block link bracelet with fold over clasp, in its box with outer card packaging, service

warranty, instruction manual, and COSC certificate

£8,000-12,000

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Rolex, Cosmograph Daytona, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold chronograph wristwatch, ref.116528 no.Y237964, circa 2002, the two piece

screw down case and crown with gold bezel calibrated to 60 units, the black dial with luminous baton markers, and baton hands, red

centre sweep seconds, and three subsidiary dials running hours, minutes and seconds, the forty-four jewel Rolex automatic

movement cal.4130 no.C-0050090, the case 46mm including lugs, on an 18 carat gold block link bracelet with fold over clasp, in a

Rolex box with outer card packaging

£7,000-10,000

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Rolex, Cosmograph Daytona, a

gentleman’s 18 carat gold

chronograph wristwatch, ref.116528,

no.D435677, circa 2005, the two piece

screw down case, side buttons, and

crown with gold bezel calibrated to 400

units, the champagne dial with

luminous baton hands and numerals,

three subsidiary dials running seconds,

minutes and hours, and red centre

sweep second hand, the forty-four

jewel Rolex movement cal.4130

no.C0054642, adjusted to five positions

and temperature, the case 46mm

including lugs, on a block link bracelet

with fold over clasp, in a Rolex box

£7,000-10,000

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IWC, ‘Da Vinci Jubilee Rattrapante’, a

gentleman’s platinum limited edition

wristwatch, with perpetual calendar,

moon phases and chronograph,

no.348/500, ref.2634698, circa 1995, the two

piece push on case with articulated

hooded lugs, three push buttons on the

band, the silvered dial with luminous

baton hands and Breguet centre seconds,

baton numerals, four subsidiary dials

including phases of the moon combined

with 30 minute register, date dial, day

combined with constant seconds, and

month combined with 12 hour register, and

year aperture, the forty-three jewel IWC

movement cal.C. 79251, the case 50mm

including lugs, on a black crocodile strap

with IWC buckle, in its box with guarantee

card (blank), service manual and title deed

£10,000-15,000

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Franck Muller, Retro-Equation perpetual calendar gentleman’s platinum wristwatch with chronograph, ref.7000 QPE 36 no.02,

1990s, the two piece case with two push buttons, the silvered dial with applied blued steel pyramid indexes, outer 1/5 th seconds track,

subsidiary dials for the 30 minute register, the 24 hours, the leap years, the days of the week and the date, semi-circular graduation

for the retrograde indication of the months and equation of time, aperture for the moon phases and blued steel Breguet hands, the

thirty jewel Franck Muller automatic chronograph movement adjusted to 8 positions cal.PT950 FM700, the case 45mm including lugs,

on a dark blue crocodile strap, in wooden Franck Muller box with outer card packaging, and pusher to set

£10,000-15,000

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Patek Philippe, ‘Annual Calendar’, a gentleman’s 18

carat yellow gold wristwatch, ref.5036, circa 2002, the

two piece case with white dial, applied gold Roman

numerals, luminous feuille hands, and centre sweep

seconds, day and month dials, and moon phases and

power reserve indicators, the thirty-seven jewel Patek

Philippe automatic movement cal.315/199 no.3144356,

the case 47mm including lugs, on a block link bracelet

with fold over clasp, in Patek Philippe box and outer

card packaging, with burgundy leather wallet with

instruction manual

£18,000-22,000

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Patek Philippe, a gentleman’s platinum wristwatch, ref.5035P,

from 1996, the two piece screw down case with transparent back,

the black dial with luminous Roman numerals and feuille hands,

three subsidiary dials showing day, month and 24 hour indicator,

and date aperture at 6 o’clock, the thirty-five jewel Patek Philippe

automatic movement cal.315/198, no.3055301, stamped with the

Geneva Quality Hallmark, and 21K gold rotor, the case 45mm

including lugs, on a brown lizard strap, in a Patek Phillippe box,

together with burgundy leather wallet with Certificate of Origin

£17,000-20,000

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The notices below form part of our Conditions of Business as printed in the catalogue, and potential bidders must

acquaint themselves with these notices prior to bidding. The condition of any lot falling within the notices as outlined

may not be deemed sufficient reason to return the lot to us. Please note that Dreweatts are unable to give any further

verbal condition reports or comment for any lot, and all condition reports and requests must be submitted in writing to

via our website www.dnfa.com, or by fax on 01635 553 599.

IMPORTANT NOTICES TO WATCH BUYERS

Damage, Restoration, Alteration

Although every effort is made to note any damage, restoration or alterations,

the absence of any such information in catalogue descriptions does not imply

the lot is in perfect condition and free from any such defects. Prospective

buyers should satisfy themselves as to the condition of any lot prior to bidding.

All watches are serviced from time to time, and Dreweatts are unable to

guarantee that the working parts of any watch movement, glass or crystal,

winding crowns, watch bracelet, strap or buckle are the manufacturers'

original parts, unless otherwise stated in the catalogue description. We are

unable to make any representation in our catalogue descriptions or condition

reports as to the authenticty of such parts. Dreweatts are unable to make any

represenation, nor make any comment on, the authenticity of diamonds, or

other gemstones, set into watch dials, bezels, cases and bracelets.

Authentication

All watch movements have been inspected by Dreweatts watchmaker and

specialists, and we have verified all inventory and movement numbers. For the

information of potential bidders, all inventory and movement numbers are

listed in the catalogue description for the relevant lot.

IMPORTANT NOTICES TO JEWELLERY BUYERS

Damage, Restoration, Alteration

Although every effort is made to note any damage, restoration or alterations,

the absence of any such information in catalogue descriptions does not imply

the lot is in perfect condition and free for any such defects. Prospective

buyers should satisfy themselves as to the condition of any lot prior to bidding.

Enhancement

Prospective bidders should be aware than many coloured gems have been

historically treated by a variety of methods to improve their appearance,

both in terms of colour and transparency. Rubies and sapphires are routinely

heat treated, emeralds and enhanced through the use of coloured and

transparent oils and resins, and jadiete is routinely stained. These treatments,

and others including irradiation and coating, are generally accepted by the

jewellery trade as standard practice. Although most treatments are

considered to be permanent, those gemstones which have been oiled may

need to be re-treated to maintain their appearance. Any such treatments

affect the market value of coloured gemstones, and Dreweatts pre-sale

estimates published in the catalogue assume that all gemstones, unless

otherwise stated in the catalogue, may have been enhanced. Dreweatts may

obtain Gemmological Reports from a recognised laboratory where appropriate

detailing any enhancements, or lack of, for certain gemstones, and such

reports may be obtained for prospective bidders prior to the sale, provided

such requests are made at least three weeks before the sale, and that the

requesting party has pre-paid for such a report. However it is not possible for

Dreweatts to obtain reports for every stone offered in the sale.

In the absence of a gemmological laboratory report, it is not possible for

Dreweatts to make any comment on the possibility that any gemstone in any

lot may have been subject to enhancement.

Dreweatts catalogue descriptions and condition reports adhere to the

guidelines laid out in the ‘Blue Book’ of CIBJO, the International Jewellery

Confederation.

Import/Export Restrictions

There maybe Import Resrictions into some territories outside the United

Kingdom placed on certain watch brands, or on the importation of watches

with straps composed of animal skins which may fall under CITES Regulations.

It is the sole responsibility of the buyer to comply with all Export/Import

regulations and potential bidders are strongly recommended to check with

their shipping agent as to any such regulations that may apply to any lot.

Dreweatts are not shippers and are unable to offer any advice regarding

such regulations.

Condition Reports

Dreweatts condition reports will identify whether a watch functions at the

time of cataloguing, and suggest possible, but not comprehensive, restoration

work that may need to be carried out for the watch to function properly.

Dreweatts are unable to test watches for accuracy or running to time, and we

cannot guarantee that any watch will function when purchased form us.

As we have examined all watch movements by removing the case backs, we

cannot guarantee that water resistant watches will remain water resistant

following purchase from us. Dreweatts recommend that any watch purchased

from us is subsequently overhauled by a competent watchmaker to ensure

proper functioning.

Weights

All gram weights have been obtained using an electronic balance, but weights

stated in the catalogue are approximate and for guidance only, and potential

bidders should satisfy themselves as to their accuracy.

‘…approximately 1.20 carats total,…’ all such stone weights are estimated

using standard equipment and formulae, and are subject to the limitations

imposed by the mount.

‘…weighing 1.20 carats,…’ where the description reads as such, the stones in

question have been removed from the mount and weighted using an electronic

balance.

Signatures

‘…by Lacloche,…’ in our opinion is a piece made by or for the jeweller, bearing

relevant signatures, maker’s marks, and where appropriate, the maker’s

inventory number/s.

‘…signed Lacloche,…’ in our opinion is a piece retained by the jeweller, but

not necessarily made by them. This may also mean that the piece has been

mounted by the jeweler using stones supplied by the client; a special

commission from a client’s design; or has been altered or later added to.

Coloured Stones of Burma (Myanmar) Origin

Buyers should be aware that certain territories (notably the United States

of America) have import restrictions on certain coloured gemstones. All

gemstones that maybe of Burma (Myanmar) origin, notably rubies and jadeite,

may require a certificate of origin before they can be imported. Prospective

bidders for such gemstones should check with their shipper, and relevant

Government authorities regarding any necessary certification prior to bidding.

Whilst Dreweatts are able to suggest a number of Gemmological Laboratories

for such certificaion, we are unable to carry out any such certification for

potential bidders or buyers.

Detailed condition reports for all lots are available from our website www.dnfa.com, and upon direct request to the Saleroom.

Please note that Dreweatts are unable to give verbal condition reports for any lot, and all condition reports will be given in writing

via our website www.dnfa.com, or by fax (fax no: 01635 553 599). Dreweatts jewellery specialists and qualified gemmologists are

available during the view to answer any queries.

Dreweatts are unable to offer any form of packing, dispatch or shipping services, and clients should make their own collection arrangements for

purchased lots. Dreweatts are happy to suggest the services of a number of dispatch and shipping carriers.


These Conditions of Sale and Business constitute the contract between Dreweatts (the “Auctioneer”) and the seller, on the one hand, and the

buyer on the other. By bidding at the auction, you agree to be bound by these terms.

INFORMATION FOR BUYERS

1. Introduction. The following informative notes are intended to assist Buyers,

particularly those inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All sales are conducted

on our printed Conditions of Sale which are readily available for inspection and

normally accompany catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is

anything you do not fully understand.

2. Agency. As auctioneers we usually contract as agents for the seller whose identity,

for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. Accordingly if you buy your

primary contract is with the seller.

3. Estimates. Estimates are designed to help buyers gauge what sort of sum might be

involved for the purchase of a particular lot. The lower estimate may represent the

reserve price and certainly will not be below it. Estimates do not include the Buyer’s

Premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the sale

and may be altered by announcement before the sale. They are in no sense definitive.

4. Buyer’s Premium. The Buyer agrees to pay a buyer's premium on the hammer price

of each lot purchased. The buyer's premium is 22% (26.4% including VAT) of the

hammer price on each lot up to and including £300,000, plus 12% (14.40% including

VAT) for any amount in excess of £300,000.

5. VAT. (*) indicates that VAT is payable by the purchaser at the standard rate

(presently 20%) on the hammer price as well as being an element in the buyer’s

premium. This imposition of VAT is likely to be because the seller is registered for

VAT within the European Union and is not operating the Dealers Margin Scheme

or because VAT is due at 20% on importation into the UK. The double symbol (**)

indicates that the lot has been imported from outside the European Union and the

present position is that these lots are liable to a reduced rate of VAT (5%) on the

gross lot price (i.e. both the hammer price and the buyer’s premium). Lots which

appear without either of the above symbols indicate that no VAT is payable on the

hammer price. This is because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers’ Margin

Scheme and it should be noted that the VAT included within the Premium is not

recoverable as input tax.

6. Descriptions and Conditions. Condition reports are provided on our web site or

upon request. The absence of a report does not imply that a lot is without

imperfections. The detail in a report will reflect the estimated value of the lot, and

large numbers of such requests received shortly before the sale may not receive a

response to all lots. Members of staff are not trained restorers or conservators and,

particularly for higher value lots, you should obtain an opinion from such a

professional. We recommend that you always view a lot in person.

We are, primarily, agents for the seller. We are dependent on information provided

by the seller and whilst we may inspect lots and act reasonably in taking a general

view about them we are normally unable to carry out a detailed or any examination of

lots in order to ascertain their condition in the way in which it would be wise

for a buyer to do. Intending buyers have ample opportunity for inspection of goods and,

therefore, accept responsibility for inspecting and investigating lots in which they may

be interested. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots

contained in the Conditions of Sale. Neither the seller nor we, as the auctioneers,

accept any responsibility for their condition. In particular, mechanical objects of any

age are not guaranteed to be in working order. However, in so far as we have examined

the goods and make a representation about their condition, we shall be liable for any

defect which that examination ought to have revealed to the auctioneer but which

would not have been revealed to the buyer had the buyer examined the goods.

Additionally, in specified circumstances lots misdescribed because they are

‘deliberate forgeries’ may be returned and repayment made. There is a 3 week time

limit. (The expression ‘deliberate forgery’ is defined in our Conditions of Sale).

7. Electrical goods. These are sold as ‘antiques’ only and if bought for use must be

checked over for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified electrician first

8. Export of goods. Buyers intending to export goods should ascertain (a) whether an

export licence is required and (b) whether there is any specific prohibition on

importing goods of that character because, e.g. they may contain prohibited

materials such as ivory. Ask us if you need help.

9. Bidding. Bidders may be required to register before the sale commences and lots

will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration form. Some form of

identification may be required if you are unknown to us. Please enquire in advance

about our arrangements for telephone bidding.

10. Commission bidding. Commission bids may be left with the auctioneers indicating

the maximum amount to be bid excluding buyers’ premium. They will be executed

as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If

two buyers submit identical commission bids the auctioneers may prefer the first

bid received. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for the leaving

of commission bids by telephone or FAX.

11. Methods of Payment.The following methods of payment are acceptable.

Debit Card drawn on a UK bank and registered to a UK billing address. There is no

additional charge for puchases made with these cards.

Bank transfer direct into our bank account, all transfers must state the relevant

sale number, lot number and your bid / paddle number. If transferring from a foreign

currency, the amount we receive must be the total due in pounds sterling (after

currency conversion and the deduction of any bank charges). Our bank details can

be found on the front or your invoice or in the sale catalogue under ‘Important

Notices’.

Sterling cash payments of up to £12,000 (subject to money laundering regulations)

All major UK issued credit cards registered to a UK billing address with the

exception of American Express and Diners Club. A surcharge of 3% is payable on

all payments made by credit cards.

Sterling personal cheques drawn on a UK bank account and made payable to

‘Dreweatts 1759’. It will be necessary to allow at least six working days for the

cheque to clear before collecting your purchases.

12. Collection and storage. Please note what the Conditions of Sale state about

collection and storage. It is important that goods are paid for and collected

promptly. Any delay may involve the buyer in paying storage charges.

13. Droit de suite royalty charges. From 1st January 2012 all UK art market

professionals (which includes but is not limited to; auctioneers, dealers, galleries,

agents and other intermediaries) are required to collect a royalty payment for all

works of art that have been produced by qualifying artists each time a work is resold

during the artist’s lifetime and for a period up to 70 years following the artists

death. This payment is only calculated on qualifying works of art which are sold

for a hammer price more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000 – the UK

sterling equivalent will fluctuate in line with prevailing exchange rates.

It is entirely the responsibility of the buyer to acquaint himself with the precise

EURO to UK Sterling exchange rate on the day of the sale in this regard, and the

auctioneer accepts no responsibility whatsoever if the qualifying rate is different

to the rate indicated.

All items in this catalogue that are marked with δ are potentially qualifying items,

and the royalty charge will be applied if the hammer price achieved is more than

the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000.The royalty charge will be added to all

relevant buyers’ invoices, and must be paid before items can be cleared. All royalty

charges are passed on to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (‘DACS’), no

handling costs or additional fees with respect to these charges will be retained by

the auctioneers.

The royalty charge that will be applied to qualifying items which achieve a hammer

price of more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000, but less than the UK

sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 is 4%. For qualifying items that sell for more

than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 a sliding scale of royalty charges

will apply – for a complete list of the royalty charges and threshold levels, please

see www.dacs.org.uk. There is no VAT payable on this royalty charge.

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TERMS OF CONSIGNMENT FOR SELLERS

1. Interpretation. In these Terms the words ‘you’, ‘yours’, etc. refer to the Seller and

if the consignment of goods to us is made by an agent we assume that the Seller

has authorised the consignment and that the consignor has the Seller’s authority

to contract. Similarly the words ‘we’, ‘us’, etc. refer to the Auctioneers.

2. Commission is charged to sellers at the following rates:- please enquire at our

salerooms.

3. Removal costs. Items for sale must be consigned to the sale room by any stated

deadline and at your expense. We may be able to assist you with this process but

any liability incurred to a carrier for haulage charges is solely your responsibility.

4. Loss and damage of goods.

(a) Loss and Damage Warranty - Dreweatts is not authorised by the FSA to provide

insurance to its clients, and does not do so. However Dreweatts for its own

protection, assumes liability for property consigned to it at the lower pre-sale

estimate until the hammer falls. To justify accepting liablilty, Dreweatts makes a

charge of 1.5% of the hammer price plus VAT, subject to a minmum charge of £1.50,

or if unsold 1.5% of our lower estimate. The liability assumed by Dreweatts shall

be limited to the lower pre-sale estimate or the hammer price if the lot is sold.

(b) If the owner of the goods consigned instructs us in writng not to take such

action, the goods then remain entirely at the owners risk unless and until the

property in them passes to the Buyer or they are collected by or on behalf of the

owner, and clause 4 (a) is inapplicable

5. Illustrations. The cost of any illustrations is borne by you. If we consider that the

Lot should be illustrated your permission will be asked first. The copyright in

respect of such illustrations shall be the property of us, the auctioneers, as is the

text of the catalogue.

6. Minimum bids and our discretion. Goods will normally be offered subject to a

reserve agreed between us before the sale in accordance with clause 7. We may

sell Lots below the reserve provided we account to you for the same sale proceeds

as you would have received had the reserve been the hammer price. If you

specifically give us a “discretion” we may accept a bid of up to 10% below the

formal reserve.

7. Reserves.

(a) You are entitled to place prior to the auction a reserve on any lot consigned, being

the minimum hammer price at which that lot may be sold. Reserves must be

reasonable and we may decline to offer goods which in our opinion would be subject

to an unreasonably high reserve (in which case goods carry the storage and

insurance charges stipulated in these Terms of Consignment).

(b) A reserve once set cannot be changed except with our consent.

(c) Where a reserve has been placed only we may bid on your behalf and only up to

the reserve (if any) and you may in no circumstances bid personally.

8. Electrical items. These are subject to detailed statutory safety controls. Where

such items are accepted for sale you accept responsibility for the cost of testing

by external contractors. Goods not certified as safe by an electrician (unless

antiques) will not be accepted for sale. They must be removed at your expense on

your being notified. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at

your expense.

9. Soft furnishings. The sale of soft furnishings is strictly regulated by statute law in the

interests of fire safety. Goods found to infringe safety regulations will not be offered

and must be removed at your expense. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods

as refuse, at your expense.

The rights of disposal referred to in clause 8 and 9 are subject to the provisions of

The Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977, Schedule 1, a copy of which is available

for inspection on request

10. Descriptions. Please assist us with accurate information as to the provenance

etc. of goods where this is relevant. There is strict liability for the accuracy of

descriptions under modern consumer legislation and in some circumstances

responsibility lies with sellers if inaccuracies occur. We will assume that you have

approved the catalogue description of your lots unless informed to the contrary.

Where we are obliged to return the price to the buyer when the lot is a deliberate

forgery under Condition 15 of the Conditions of Sale and we have accounted to you

for the proceeds of sale you agree to reimburse us the sale proceeds.

11. Unsold and withdrawn items. If an item is unsold it may with your consent be reoffered

at a future sale. Where in our opinion an item is unsaleable you must

collect such items from the saleroom promptly on being so informed. Otherwise,

storage charges may be incurred. We reserve the right to charge for storage in

these circumstances at a reasonable daily rate.

12. Withdrawn and bought in items. These are liable to incur a charge of 15%

commission, 1.5 % Loss and Damage Warranty and any other costs incurred

including but not limited to illustration and restoration fees all of these charges

being subject to VAT on being bought in or withdrawn after being catalogued.

13. Conditions of Sale. You agree that all goods will be sold on our Conditions of Sale.

In particular you undertake that you have the right to sell the goods either as owner

or agent for the owner. You undertake to compensate us and any buyer or third

party for all losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result

of any breach of this undertaking. We will also, at our discretion, and as far as

practicable, confirm that an item consigned for sale does not appear on the Art

Loss register, which is administered by an independent third party.

14. Authority to deduct commission and expenses and retain premium and interest.

(a) You authorise us to deduct commission at the stated rate and all expenses

incurred for your account from the hammer price and consent to our right to

retain beneficially the premium paid by the buyer in accordance with our

Conditions of Sale and any interest earned on the sale proceeds until the date

of settlement.

(b) You authorise us in our discretion to negotiate a sale by private treaty not later

than the close of business 48 hours after the day of sale in the case of lots unsold

at auction, in which case the same charges will be payable as if such lots had

been sold at auction and so far as appropriate these Terms apply.

15. Warehousing. We disclaim all liability for goods delivered to our saleroom without

sufficient sale instructions and reserve the right to make minimum warehousing

charge of £10 per lot per day. Unsold lots are subject to the same charges if you

do not remove them within a reasonable time of notification. If not removed within

three weeks we reserve the right to sell them and defray charges from any net

proceeds of sale or at your expense to consign them to the local authority for

disposal.

16. Settlement. After sale settlement of the net sum due to you normally takes place

within 28 days of the sale (by crossed cheque to the seller) unless the buyer has not

paid for the goods. In this case no settlement will then be made but we will take

your instructions in the light of our Conditions of Sale. You authorise any sums owed

by you to us on other transactions to be deducted from the sale proceeds. You must

note the liability to reimburse the proceeds of sale to us as under the circumstances

provided for in Condition 10 above. You should therefore bear this potential liability

in mind before parting with the proceeds of sale until the expiry of 28 days from the

date of sale.


CONDITIONS OF SALE

Dreweatts 1759 Limited trading as Dreweatts carries on business with bidders,

buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection with a sale

on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices

as may be referred to herein.

1. Definitions

In these Conditions:

(a) “auctioneer” means the firm of Dreweatts or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate;

(b) “deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as

to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally

described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at

the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had

been in accordance with the description;

(c) “hammer price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when

the auctioneer brings down the hammer;

(d) “terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on

which Dreweatts accepts instructions from sellers or their agents;

(e) “total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together

with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable

by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions;

(f) “sale proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of

the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any

other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising;

(g) “You”, “Your”, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2.

(h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate.

2. Bidding procedures and the Buyer

(a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any

security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid;

(b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall

be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the

auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction

or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this discretion.

(c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals.

(d) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of

any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved.

3. Increments

Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion.

4. The purchase price

together with a premium thereon of 26.4% which shall include VAT on the premium at

the rate imposed by law. The buyer will also be liable for any royalties payable under

Droit de Suite as setout under Information for Buyers above.

5. Value Added Tax

Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an

asterisk or double asterisk. Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate

prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant Lots. (Please

refer to “Information for Buyers” for a brief explanation of the VAT position).

6. Payment

(1) Immediately a Lot is sold you will:

(a) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and

(b) pay to us the total amount due or in such other way as is agreed by us.

(2) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from

you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your

agent, whether express or implied.

(3) Buyers who utilise the services of ATG Live Auctions or any other live internet

services are hereby informed that the payment method details that are provided to

ATG Live Auctions or any other live internet services as part of the process of

registration will, in the absence of compliance with paragraph (1) of this clause, be

utilised by us to settle any amounts owing by such buyers to us.

7. Title and collection of purchases

(1) The ownership of any Lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made

payment in full to us of the total amount due.

(2) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased

and paid for not later than 3 working days following the day of the auction or upon

the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible

for any removal, storage and insurance charges.

(3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for.

(4) Dreweatts is unable to arrange packaging or shipping of items. Successful buyers

must make these arrangements independently, though the saleroom may be able

to suggest specialist shipping companies who can advise buyers, this advice is not

a recommendation and the saleroom is not liable for any aspect of the packaging

and shipping process. Please note that the cost of packaging and shipping depends

on the size/weight of the item(s) purchased, insurance requirements, and the

shipping destination, not on the value of the item(s) purchased. Please note that

any items not collected within one week of the sale date may be automatically

removed to commercial storage and subject to a storage charge.

8. Remedies for non-payment or failure to collect purchases

(1) If any Lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or

if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on our

own behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights

we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies:

(a) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract;

(b) to rescind the sale of that Lot and/or any other Lots sold by us to you;

(c) to resell the Lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible

for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment

and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller;

(d) to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and, in the case of storage,

either at our premises or elsewhere;

e) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due

to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale;

(g) to retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due;

(h) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose

conditions before any such bids shall be accepted;

(i) to apply any proceeds of sale of other Lots due or in future becoming due to you

towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right

to retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until

the debt due is satisfied.

(2) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and

remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of

breach of these conditions

9. Third party liability

All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note

the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the

auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury

(except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of

the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale.

10. Commission bids

Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always

responsible for any decision to bid for a particular Lot and shall be assumed to have

carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition we will if so instructed

clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the auctioneer nor our

employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such

failure is unreasonable.

Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the

right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made.

11. Warranty of title and availability

The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the true owner of the

property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is

able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims.

12. Agency

The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default

by sellers or buyers.

13. Terms of sale

The seller acknowledges that Lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these

Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the

consignor at the time of the entry of the Lot.

14. Descriptions and condition

(1) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out

exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities

to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their

behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot.

Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or

statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance,

condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any

such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions

given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer

nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such

opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition

or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This Condition is

subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies

save as provided for in paragraph 6 “information to buyers”.

(2) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by

auction for purposes of consumer legislation.

15. Forgeries

Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate

forgery (as defined) may bereturned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided

it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars

identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of

defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the Lot is a deliberate

forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the Lot including any buyer’s

premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of

scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer

a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition.

The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy

provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale.

General

16. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or

attendance at our auctions by any person.

17. (1) Any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect

of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided

by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate.

(2). Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit

of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may

themselves enforce them.

18. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail,

email or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the

addressee 48 hours after posting.

19. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items

in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any

glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue.

20. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict

terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at

the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other

respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect.

21. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions.

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FINE WATCHES, PENS AND LUXURY ACCESSORIES

Tuesday 10th July 2012 Sale Code: 13566

I authorise Dreweatts - London,

to bid on my behalf up to the maximum price indicated

plus the 22% plus VAT (26.4%) Buyer’s Premium

To aid legibility please fill in your details in BLOCK CAPITALS.

Title Initials Surname

Address

Tel (Day) Fax

Postcode

Mobile Email

Signed

Date

COMMISSION BIDDING SLIP

Lot No. Max. Bid Price (£) Ex.Premium & VAT

Please send to:

Dreweatts

24 Maddox Street

London W1S 1PP

Tel: +44 (0)20 3291 2832

Fax: +44 (0)1635 553599

fineart@dnfa.com

Whilst every care is taken in carrying out buyers’

instructions, neither Dreweatts, nor their staff can be

held responsible for any errors made.

All successful bids are subject to a 22% plus VAT (26.4%)

of the hammer price up to £300,000, and 12% plus VAT

(14.40%) on the hammer price in excess of £300,000

Payment will be accepted, if you are a successful bidder,

by debit card issued by a UK bank and registered to a

UK billing address, by bank transfer, in cash up to

£12,000 (subject to relevant money laundering

regulations), or by all major UK issued credit cards

registered to a UK billing address with the exception of

American Express and Diners Club. A surcharge of 3% is

payable on all payments made by credit card. This

surcharge does not apply to debit card payments.

Payment may also be made by Sterling personal cheques

drawn on a UK bank account but Dreweatts regrets that

purchases paid for by this method can not be collected

until your cheque has cleared.

If you leave an odd bid, the Auctioneer will increase your

bid to the next highest figure.

Bids must be received the day before the sale, in certain

circumstances it may not be possible to execute bids

received on the day of the sale.

Your attention is drawn to our General Conditions of Sale,

available in the catalogue or in the saleroom.

Lot No. Max. Bid Price (£) Ex.Premium & VAT


JULY

12 Jul Old Master to 20th Century Prints and Vintage Posters London

17 Jul Collectors Sale Bristol - Clifton

18 Jul Jewellery, Silver & Watches Godalming

18 Jul Fine Wine & Champagne Newbury

19 Jul Antiquarian Books London

19 Jul Antique and Later Furnishings Bristol - Ashton

30 Jul Personal Effects from the Estate of Sir Jimmy Saville OBE KCSG Leeds

AUGUST

02 Aug Antique and Later Furnishings Bristol - Ashton

08 Aug Single Owner Sale Newbury

14 Aug Jewellery, Silver, Watches and Coins Sale Bristol - Clifton

16 Aug Antique and Later Furnishings Bristol - Ashton

29 Aug A Collection of Wristwatches London

30 Aug Antique and Later Furnishings Bristol - Ashton

SEPTEMBER

04 Sept Fine Clocks, Barometers & Scientific Instruments Newbury

05 Sept Interiors to Include Pictures, Furniture, Works of Art & Carpets Newbury

11 Sept Transport Sale Bristol - Clifton

12 Sept Fine Jewellery, Silver & Watches Newbury

13 Sept 20th Century Oils, Watercolours & Sculpture London

13 Sept Antique and Later Furnishings Bristol - Ashton

19 Sept Jewellery, Silver & Watches Godalming

25 Sept Medals & Militaria Sale Bristol - Clifton

26 Sept Single Owner Sale Newbury

27 Sept Antique and Later Furnishings Bristol - Ashton

27 Sept Modern and Contemporary Prints London

OCTOBER

02 Oct Luxury Sale Dreweatts London

02 Oct British & Continental Ceramics & Decorative Arts Newbury

04 Oct 20th Century Art London

09 Oct Jewellery, Silver, Watches and Coins Sale Bristol - Clifton

10 Oct Asian Ceramics & Works of Art Newbury

11 Oct Fine Wine & Champagne Newbury

11 Oct Antique and Later Furnishings Bristol - Ashton

17 Oct Antique Furniture & Works of Art Newbury

24 Oct Urban & Contemporary Sale Dreweatts London

25 Oct Clocks Sale Bristol - Ashton

25 Oct Antique and Later Furnishings Bristol - Ashton

SALES

CALENDAR

JULY–OCTOBER 2012

LONDON

Bloomsbury House

24 Maddox Street

London W1S 1PP

Tel: +44 (0)20 7495 9494

Fax: +44 (0)20 7495 9499

info@bloomsburyauctions.com

DONNINGTON

Donnington Priory Salerooms

Newbury, Berkshire RG14 JE

Tel: +44 (0)1635 553553

Fax: +44 (0)1635 553599

donnington@dnfa.com

GODALMING

Baverstock House

93 High Street

Godalming

Surrey GU7 1AL

Tel: +44 (0)1483 423567

Fax: +44 (0)1483 426392

godalming@dnfa.com

BRISTOL - CLIFTON

St. John's Place

Apsley Road

Clifton

Bristol BS8 2ST

Tel: +44 (0)117 973 7201

Fax: +44 (0)117 973 5671

bristol@dnfa.com

BRISTOL - ASHTON

Baynton Road, Ashton,

Bristol, BS3 2EB

Tel: +44(0)117 953 1603

Fax: +44(0)117 953 1598

bristol@dnfa.com


Dreweatts

Bloomsbury House, 24 Maddox Street, London W1S 1PP

T +44 (0) 20 3291 2832 fineart@dnfa.com

www.dnfa.com

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