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Oyster Cosmograph Daytona
Reference 6263 is maybe the most famous Daytona iteration. Launched in 1970 and kept into production till 1988, only approximately 12.000 steel examples were made. During its lifespan, the reference experienced several different configuration, some of them being extremely sought-after by collectors. Up for sale is a very early specimen, bearing serial 2.6xx.xxx. The dial impresses for its condition but above all for the tropical counters, giving a decisive touch to the watch. The case still retains its original shape and is generally in great condition. A very important feature for screw-down references are the pushers, which in this case are the mk1, perfect and coherent with the serial. Movement-wise the 6263 house the improved Valjoux 727 caliber with 21.600VPH.
Tortue Minute Repeater
This Ultra-rare Cartier Tortue in 18kt yellow gold, a simple watch apparently, is featuring the most charming and desirable complications of all time. Slide the lever on its side and you’ll be able to hear the wonderful chime of the minute repeater, one of the most difficult complications to manufacture. Produced in an unbelievably small limited edition of only 25 pieces, this incredible masterpiece of mechanics is always a Cartier: from the impeccable and elegant case to the classic and timeless dial, hiding the signature at 7. When not listened to, the time is indicated by the beautiful Breguet hands and the running second at six. The immaculate conditions and the rarity of this piece are something that won’t be easily found somewhere else.
Pre Extra-Fort Split Seconds
All Pre-Extra Fort chronograph by Eberhard are rare and desired by collectors… but some are even more. This wonderful Pre-Extra Fort Tricompax Rattrapante is one of the most stunning and rare pieces a collector can find. Impeccably preserved from the early 1940s, this 18kt yellow gold manual chronograph feature one of the most sought-after complications: the rattrapante chronograph. When activated, the second, perfectly hidden chronograph hand splits and allows the owner to measure two different records. The best part? The caseback is hinged, so you can have a look to this wonderful and masterfully executed mechanism. The rare “Tricompax” configuration and the slide at 4 (exactly, that’s not a pusher) complete this incredible and highly desirable chronograph that shouldn’t be missed in a gentleman’s collection.
Nautilus "Tiffany & Co"
Initially launched in 2012 for the asian market, and later offered to the whole world, the Patek 5712GR is amongst the rarest regular production Nautilus ever produced by Patek Philippe. Housed, as the reference suggests, in a very elegant case of mixed rose and white gold, it is powered by Patek's own cal 240, a state-of-the-art micro rotor automatic movement. The discerning eye has surely already noticed that this piece is made even more rare by the coveted "Tiffany & co." signature, discreetly placed at 5 o' clock. According to research, this is one of only three known Patek 5712GR with a Tiffany dial, and the occasion to own an impossibly rare, almost unique modern watch.
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