A Montblanc Skeleton Charlie Chaplin fountain pen, produced to celebrate Modern Times (1936), is estimated to make £15,000-20,000 ($25,065-33,420) at auction.
The Fine Watches, Pens and Luxury Accessories sale will take place at Dreweatts and Bloomsbury in Newbury, UK on March 26.
The pen is decorated with gold coloured overlay cog wheels referencing the film's dystopian assembly lines. The cap end resembles Chaplin's iconic bowler hat, while the clip is in the shape of a cane.
It is one of only 88 ever produced and is offered in un-inked condition.
A Rolex Gentleman's stainless steel watch, produced circa 1940, is valued at £8,000-12,000 ($13,368-20,052).
It features a functioning 17 jewel chronograph valjoux movement, although the dial is discoloured and the reverse of the casing has been beaten with a hammer.
A Vacheron Constantin Royal Phidas 18 karat gold men's watch carries an estimate of £7,000-10,000 ($11,697-16,710).
It features a white dial with baton numerals, 36 jewel Vacheron Constantin automatic movement, and is presented in the original box.
We have this classic Longines Men's Olympic Series watch for sale.
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