And here are the top lots that caught our attention (in lot order). Read on and find out more.
Lot #2: An Ultra Mint, Two-Tone Universal Geneve Chronograph in Gold
You could check out this Instagram post to view this amazing UG in real life. Its estimate is USD4,000 to USD6,000. To view the lot, go here.
Lot #3: A Zenith El Primero A386
Its estimate is between USD10,000 to USD15,000. Go here to understand more about the lot.
Lot #12: A Very Handsome Heuer Autavia Ref. 3646
Estimate is USD10,000 to USD15,000. For details, go here.
Lot #18: A Very Rare Vulcain Cricket-Nautical
Estimate is USD15,000 - USD25,000 and you can find the lot details here.
Lot #31: A Rare Rolex Ref. 4768
The estimate for this pristine mid-20th-century Rolex is USD60,000 to USD90,000. Get the full details and story here.
Lot #55: An Insanely Thin and Rare Vacheron Constantin Minute Repeater
The estimate for this 36mm dressy yet mechanically marvellous VC is rightfully USD200,000 to USD400,000. Read its details here.
Lot #58: A Patek Ref. 130 in Steel
The estimate is, in our opinion, a little on the low, from USD30,000 to USD50,000. It is almost a certainty that the estimate will be beaten. For full details of the lot, go here.
Lot #71: An A-Series Original Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Ref. 5402
Estimate of this original Royal Oak is USD15,000 to USD20,000. Full details of the lot here.
Lot #153: An Extremely Rare Lange 1 in Steel
Estimate is USD200,000 to USD400,000. Visit here to understand more.