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Sotheby’s upcoming Important Watches, with exclusive live pictures!

Of the many auctions that are held in the watch world, Sotheby’s Important Watches ranks among the prestigious of them all. The next iteration of their series will be held on the 7th of June in New York. In anticipation of the event, we are happy to present to you exclusive pictures of a 10 piece selection from the total of 374 lots that will be presented in New York.


  • Lot 71: An Audemars Piguet Edward Piguet Skeletonized Tourbillon in Platinum from circa 2000.
    Amazing finishing and one of the underappreciated models of the brand, this is a real conversation starter!
    Estimate: $30,000 – $50,000



  • Lot 143: A Rolex Single Red Submariner ref. 1680 from circa 1975.
    About as classic as it gets for vintage Rolex!
    Estimate: $8,000 – $12,000



  • Lot 233: A Rolex Datejust II 116334 stainless steel from circa 2015.
    The bigger sized Datejust has proven to be a surprise hit and are increasingly harder to find
    Estimate: $5,000 – $7,000



  • Lot 264: A Rolex Day Date 18238 Marble Dial from circa 1990.
    The Marble dial gives the watch an authentic luxury feeling.
    Estimate: $8,000 – $12,000



  • Lot 266: A Rolex Submariner 1680 from circa 1976
    Estimate: $6,000 – $8,000



  • Lot 272: A Tudor Monte Carlo from circa 1971
    Tudor and the Monte Carlo in specific have been rising in prices a lot recently, this is one to look out for!
    Estimate: $20,000 – $30,000



  • Lot 280: A Rolex Double Red Sea-Dweller 1665 Patent Pending from circa 1969.
    The big brother to Single Red Submariner in every sense of the world.
    Estimate: $40,000 – $60,000



  • Lot 281: A Rolex Daytona 6263 from circa 1975.
    This iconic model marks the last of the vintage Daytonas.
    Estimate: $20,000 – $40,000



  • Lot 310: A Patek Philippe ref. Perpetual Calendar Split Second Chronograph with Moon Phase made in 1911.
    One of the most technically savant watches in the world, at over 100 years of age this is a true piece of horological history.
    Estimate: $100,000 – $200,000



  • Lot 356: A Patek 1527 in Platinum made in 1946.
    As clean and classic as it comes, this Patek will never get old.
    Estimate: $10,000 – $15,000