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PATEK PHILIPPE CHRONOGRAPH WITH PERPETUAL CALENDAR, 1994.

Gelbgold 750.
Yellow gold 750. Rare chronograph with perpetual calendar, leap year indicator and moon phase. Reference No. 3970E, manual winding movement No. 876741, Cal. CH 27-70 Q. Case No. 2934691. Screw-down case back with sapphire glass, Patek Philippe crocodile band with original gold fold-over clasp. D 36 mm. With a Patek exotic wood case, an excerpt from the Patek Philippe Archives, a setting pin, and the instructions.
PATEK PHILIPPE CHRONOGRAPH WITH PERPETUAL CALENDAR, 1994.
PATEK PHILIPPE CHRONOGRAPH WITH PERPETUAL CALENDAR, 1994.

Sold for CHF 65 300

ROLEX DAY DATE WITH DIAMONDS AND A CORAL DIAL, ca. 1995.

Gelbgold 750.
Yellow gold 750. Ref. No. 18388, rare wristwatch set with diamonds, case No. S935375. Case back with green Rolex sticker. Sapphire glass with magnifying glass for date. Fine coral dial. Automatic movement No. 6913988, Cal. 3155. Leather band with original Rolex gold tang buckle. D 36 mm.
ROLEX DAY DATE WITH DIAMONDS AND A CORAL DIAL, ca. 1995.
ROLEX DAY DATE WITH DIAMONDS AND A CORAL DIAL, ca. 1995.

Sold for CHF 41 300

VACHERON CONSTANTIN PINK GOLD CHRONOGRAPH, 1940s.

Roségold 750.
Pink gold 750. Rare chronograph, reference No. 4178, case No. 288692, dial in 2 shades of pink gold. Exquisite chronograph movement No. 437502. Crocodile leather band with Vacheron Constantin tang buckle in pink gold. D 36 mm. With Vacheron Constantin case.
VACHERON CONSTANTIN PINK GOLD CHRONOGRAPH, 1940s.
VACHERON CONSTANTIN PINK GOLD CHRONOGRAPH, 1940s.

Sold for CHF 38 900

EXTREMELY RARE PATEK PHILIPPE CALATRAVA ENAMEL "CUERVO Y SOBRINOS", 1955.

Roségold 750.
Pink gold 750. Reference No. 2526, screw-down case No. 687.889, cream-coloured dial (1st generation) with applied pink gold indices, Patek Philippe Genève inscription, and minute dots. Black jeweller's print: Cuervo y Sobrinos. Very fine automatic movement No. 761.916, Cal. 12-600 with gold rotor. According to the excerpt, the watch was produced in 1955 and sold in January 1956. D 35.5 mm. With an excerpt from the Patek Philippe Archives.
EXTREMELY RARE PATEK PHILIPPE CALATRAVA ENAMEL "CUERVO Y SOBRINOS", 1955.
EXTREMELY RARE PATEK PHILIPPE CALATRAVA ENAMEL "CUERVO Y SOBRINOS", 1955.

Sold for CHF 37 700

BREGUET, RARE TOURBILLON, ca. 1990s.

Gelbgold 750.
Yellow gold 750. Reference 3350, case and dial No. 4804. Finely engraved manual winding movement with 1-minute tourbillon, 21 rubies, Cal. 558, movement No. 292. Silvered, hand-turned dial. Breguet crocodile band with original gold tang buckle. D 36 mm. With Breguet leather case.
BREGUET, RARE TOURBILLON, ca. 1990s.
BREGUET, RARE TOURBILLON, ca. 1990s.

Sold for CHF 35 300

ROLEX COSMOGRAPH DAYTONA, ca. 1966.

Edelstahl.
Stainless steel. Rare manual winding chronograph reference No. 6239/6263 with push buttons, case No. 1463341. Movement Cal. 727. Rolex leather band with Rolex tang buckle in stainless steel. D 36.5 mm. The watch was completely revised by Rolex in 2014, the dial and case back were replaced. With copy of invoice.
ROLEX COSMOGRAPH DAYTONA, ca. 1966.
ROLEX COSMOGRAPH DAYTONA, ca. 1966.

Sold for CHF 29 300

RARE BREGUET AVIATOR'S CHRONOGRAPH WITH HOUR COUNTER, 1960s.

Stainless steel.
Flyback chronograph from the French Air Force, screw-down back No. 3110, military stamp: FG 30 8 66, CEV, 61. Rare, rotatable bezel with triangle index. Brown dial. Valjoux Flyback Cal. 225. Brown leather band with white gold clasp. D 38.5 mm.
This watch is not only highly attractive, but also a rare example of an instrument made for an elite group of test pilots during an exciting period of aviation history. “Type XX” (20) is a term used by the French Defense Ministry to designate a series of wristwatches issued to Air Force and Navy pilots and flight crews. First manufactured by Breguet in 1954, the Type XX was inspired by the chronographs used by German Luftwaffe pilots during World War II. In the days before electronic navigation, aviators needed an instrument which would accurately measure the time intervals used to chart their course. The movement of the Type XX has a specific “flyback function” which allowed pilots to stop, reset and restart the chronograph within 1/5 of a second, crucial to flight accuracy. This particular watch was made for the Centre d’Essais en Vol (Flight Test Center) in Bretigny near Paris, as indicated by the “CEV” engraved on the back. The CEV has a long and illustrious post-war history, and it is where the elite of French test pilots experimented with jet engines, ejector seats, and of course French fighter jets such as the Mirage. Several features of this watch are unusual, among which are the brown dial (most were issued in black), and the third register at 6 o’clock with a full 12-hour chronograph display. The director of the CEV from 1948-58, Louis Bonte, possessed a brown-dialed version of the Type XX. The engraving on the back of the present watch, FG 30 8 66, refers to the next scheduled maintenance (fin de garantie), regularly required by the French military for these indispensable instruments. Breguet has a long history of working with the French military. Already in 1815, its founder, Abraham-Louis Breguet (1747-1823), was appointed Royal Watchmaker to the French Navy. Another member of the Breguet family, Louis-Charles Breguet (1880-1955) manufactured reconnaissance aircraft for France during World War I. The French Air Force continued to issue Breguet Type XX watches to its pilots throughout the 1980s. In the 1990s, Breguet began manufacturing two versions of this aviator’s chronograph, now known as the Type 20: the Aéronavale and the Transatlantique.
RARE BREGUET AVIATOR'S CHRONOGRAPH WITH HOUR COUNTER, 1960s.
RARE BREGUET AVIATOR'S CHRONOGRAPH WITH HOUR COUNTER, 1960s.

Sold for CHF 24 500

LIMITED SERIES JAEGER LE COULTRE REVERSO GEOGRAPHIQUE, 1999.

Roségold 750.
Pink gold 750. In "like-new" condition, reference No. 270.2.582, case No. 351 / 500 (limited to 500 items). Hand-wound movement with second time zone and city indicator, day/night indicator. Leather band with original, gold fold-over clasp. D 42 x 26.5 mm. With case, warranty and instructions.
LIMITED SERIES JAEGER LE COULTRE REVERSO GEOGRAPHIQUE, 1999.
LIMITED SERIES JAEGER LE COULTRE REVERSO GEOGRAPHIQUE, 1999.

Sold for CHF 17 300