Antiquorum Auctioneers' December 8 auction will be held in New York City, and promises an impressive collection of 356 modern and vintage watches.
Highlights in the sale include an extremely rare Vacheron Constantin watch, the "Saint Gervais", No 55, originally made to mark the Quarter Millennium of Vacheron Constantin in 2005.
The timepiece is an extremely rare and important, water-resistant platinum wristwatch with 250-hour autonomy and power reserve indication in two sectors. Other features on the wristwatch include a visible one-minute tourbillon regulator, perpetual calendar and leap year indication.
According to Antiquorum, the watch will be sold accompanied by its original fitted box with humidor, Certificate of Origin, slide-out magnifying glass (engraved "1755 - 2005, the Maltese Cross, Vacheron Constantin, Un Quart de Millenaire"), a setting pin and an instruction booklet.
The Vacheron Constantin "Saint Gervais" and its full kit will appear with a $300,000-400,000 pre-sale estimate.
For collectors looking to get up-close to the prospective lots, auction previews are being held in Tokyo, Osaka, Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong, Los Angeles and New York.
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