319 lots

LOT 1

Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces Geneva, Nov 08, 2015

OMEGA REF. 105.003 SPEEDMASTER ED WHITE Omega, "Speedmaster" movement No. 26554518, Ref. ST 105.003. Sold in the UK in 1969. Fine and rare, water-resistant, stainless steel wristwatch with round button chronograph, registers, tachometer

Three-body, polished and brushed, screwed-down case back engraved with the Speedmaster logo, tachometer graduation on the black bezel to 500 UPH, lyre lugs, dust protecting cap. Black with luminous baton indexes, outer minute and 1/5th seconds track, subsidiary dials for the seconds, the 12- hour and 30-minute registers. Luminous white baton hands. Cal. 321, copper-colored, 17 jewels, straight-line lever escapement, monometallic balance, shock absorber, self-compensating blued Breguet balance spring, index regulator.

Grading System: AA

CHF 2,000 - 4000

HKD 16,000 - 32000

USD 2,100 - 4100

Sold: CHF 6,875

Dial case and movement signed. DIAM. 40 mm. THICKNESS 13 mm. Property of a British Collector Part of the final series of REFERENCE 105.003, this example was sold to the UK in the last year of production. Known as the ED WHITE, in reference to the famous astronaut that made his first EVA (extravehicular activity) ever made by NASA, wearing this reference. It is also the last of the SPEEDMASTERS to feature straight lugs as well as no crown guards. For a similar example see Omega a journey through time by Marco Richon, p. 599.

LOT 2

Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces Geneva, Nov 08, 2015

OMEGA REF. ST 145.0022 SPEEDMASTER MOON PHASE Omega, "Speedmaster Professional" No. 45249818, Ref. ST 145. 0022 / 345. 0022. Sold in Hong Kong in 1982. Fine, asymmetric, water-resistant, stainless steel wristwatch with round button chronograph, moon phases, date, registers, tachometer and a stainless steel Omega bracelet and deployant clasp.

Three-body, polished and brushed, lyre lugs, black bezel with tachometer scale to 500 UPH, screw-down case back with Speedmaster logo and engraved "Omega, the First Watch, Worn on the Moon", antimagnetic protection cap. Black with luminous painted baton indexes, outer 1/5th seconds track, subsidiary dials for the seconds, the 12-hour and 30-minute registers, moon phases. Luminous white baton hands. Cal. 861, copper-colored, 17 jewels, straight-line lever escapement, monometallic balance, shock absorber, self compensating flat balance spring.

Grading System: AA

CHF 2,000 - 4000

HKD 16,000 - 32000

USD 2,100 - 4100

Sold: CHF 6,250

Dial case and movement signed. DIAM. 42 mm. THICKNESS 14.5 mm. Approx. overall length 170 mm. Property of a British Collector

LOT 3

Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces Geneva, Nov 08, 2015

Sold: CHF 3,750

DIAM. 41 mm. THICKNESS 14.8 mm. Property of a British Collector

LOT 4

Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces Geneva, Nov 08, 2015
DIAM. 41.5 x 42 mm. THICKNESS 14.5 mm. Property of a British Collector Relaunched by OMEGA in 2013, the original model launched in 1969, was a bold and timeless classic design and has become an icon amongst collectors. The caseback is marked 166.064/168.034 and therefore has been changed.

LOT 5

Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces Geneva, Nov 08, 2015

Sold: CHF 2,500

DIAM. 42 x 45 mm. THICKNESS 15 mm. Property of a British Collector

LOT 6

Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces Geneva, Nov 08, 2015

BREITLING REF. 806 NAVITIMER AOPA STEEL & GOLD PLATED Breitling, Navitimer, case No. 1092131, Ref. 806. Made in the 1960s. Fine, stainless steel and gold-plated wristwatch with round button chronograph, registers, telemeter and slide-rule. Accompanied by a fitted box

Three-body, polished and brushed, bidirectional revolving reeded and graduated bezel, lapidated lugs, snap on steel case back. Bicolor black and silver with luminous baton indexes and Arabic 12, subsidiary dials for the seconds, the 12- hour and 30-minute registers, outer 1/5th seconds scale, graduations for the telemeter and slide-rule. Luminous yellow gold baton hands. Cal. 178 TJ, copper color, 17 jewels, straight-line lever escapement, monometallic balance, shock absorber, self-compensating flat balance spring, index regulator.

Grading System: AA

CHF 1,500 - 2500

HKD 12,000 - 20000

USD 1,600 - 2600

Sold: CHF 3,250

Dial, case and movement signed. DIAM. 41 mm. THICKNESS 13 mm. Property of the Original Swiss Family

LOT 7

Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces Geneva, Nov 08, 2015

BREITLING REF. 1806, NAVITIMER STAINLESS STEEL [NEW OLD STOCK] Breitling Genève, "Navitimer Chrono-Matic," Ref. 1806. No. 1251953. Made in the 1970's. Fine and large, self-winding, water-resistant, stainless steel wristwatch with round button chronograph, registers, telemeter, slide rule and date, winding crown at 9 and the chronograph pushbuttons at 2 and 4 o'clock. Accompanied by a fitted box.

Three-body, polished, nudged black bezel, screwed-down case back, lapidated lugs. Bicolor black and silver with painted luminous baton and Arabic numeral idexes, subsidiary 30-minute and 12- hour register dials, outer graduation for the minutes, the telemeter and the slide rule, aperture for the date. Luminous baton hands. Cal. 11, rhodium-plated, 17 jewels, straightline lever escapement, monometallic balance, steel flat balance spring, micro-rotor.

Grading System: AA

CHF 1,000 - 2000

HKD 8,000 - 16000

USD 1,050 - 2100

Sold: CHF 3,750

Dial, case and movement signed. DIAM. 49 mm. THICKNESS 15 mm. Property of the Original Italian Family

LOT 8

Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces Geneva, Nov 08, 2015

OMEGA AVIATOR'S WATCH STAYBRITE Omega, No. 7748850, case No. 8782830, Ref. CK 6000. Sold in 1937 to the German market. Fine and very rare, round, large, Staybrite aviator's dustproof wristwatch with elapsed time indicator.

Three-body, solid, polished, revolving bezel with dart hour markers, serrated edges, wide down turned lugs, snap-on caseback, dust cap. Black with painted luminous Arabic numerals, sunk guilloché subsidiary seconds dial, outer minute track with white Arabic five minute markers. Luminous skeleton hands. Cal. 40.6 S T2, rhodium-plated, 15 jewels, straightline lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, blued steel Breguet balance spring, index regulator.

Grading System: AAA

CHF 8,000 - 12000

HKD 64,000 - 96000

USD 8,300 - 12400

Sold: CHF 43,750

Dial, case and movement signed. DIAM. 44.5 mm. THICKNESS 10 mm. This is one of the rare examples of a watch sold by OMEGA to the German market between the two wars. Omega's policy during the war years was not to supply Germany with watches, as they were suppliers of the Allied forces. The large ball crown of this watch is placed on an extended stem, to facilitate winding by aviators, who wore heavy gloves. For a similar example see Omega Watches by John Goldberger, p. 20.

LOT 9

Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces Geneva, Nov 08, 2015

Sold: CHF 6,250

DIAM. 37.5 mm. THICKNESS 12.5 mm.

LOT 12

Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces Geneva, Nov 08, 2015

OMEGA REF. 2367-6 CHRONOMETRE CENTER-SECONDS TWO-TONE DIAL STEEL Omega, "Chronomètre", No. 1066198, Ref. 2367-6. Made circa 1948. Very fine, large, stainless steel Chronometer wristwatch with indirect center seconds and an Omega stainless steel buckle.

Three-body, solid, polished, curved lugs. Two-tone silver with applied steel dot and roman indexes, outer minute/seconds track. Stainless steel "feuille" hands. Cal. 30-T2-SC RG, copper colored, 16 jewels, straight line lever escapement, monometallic balance, self-compensating Breguet balance spring, micrometer regulator.

Grading System: AA

CHF 2,500 - 4500

HKD 20,000 - 36000

USD 2,600 - 4700

Sold: CHF 4,125

Dial, case and movement signed. DIAM. 35 mm. THICKNESS 7 mm.

LOT 13

Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces Geneva, Nov 08, 2015

OMEGA CHRONOMETRE CENTER-SECONDS TWO-TONE DIAL YELLOW GOLD Omega, "Chronomètre", No. 9953679, case No. 10617461. Made circa 1948. Very fine, large, 18K yellow gold Chronometer wristwatch with indirect center seconds and an Omega gold plated buckle.

Three-body, solid, polished, curved lugs. Two-tone silver with applied yellow gold dot and roman indexes, outer minute/seconds track. Yellow gold "feuille" hands. Cal. 30-T2-SC RG, copper colored, 16 jewels, straight line lever escapement, monometallic balance, self-compensating Breguet balance spring, micrometer regulator.

Grading System: AA

CHF 2,500 - 4500

HKD 20,000 - 36000

USD 2,600 - 4700

Sold: CHF 4,500

Dial, case and movement signed. DIAM. 35 mm. THICKNESS 7 mm.

LOT 14

Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces Geneva, Nov 08, 2015
DIAM. 36 mm. THICKNESS 12 mm.

LOT 15

Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces Geneva, Nov 08, 2015
DIAM. 36 mm. THICKNESS 12 mm.

LOT 16

Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces Geneva, Nov 08, 2015

Sold: CHF 6,250

DIAM. 36 mm. THICKNESS 12 mm.

LOT 17

Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces Geneva, Nov 08, 2015
DIAM. 36 mm. THICKNESS 13 mm. This INGENIEUR is the first Ingenieur with date that was launched in 1958, while the first versions were non-date. Listed in 1960 at CHF 1'090, it was more than twice the price of the stainless steel version that came in at CHF 460. With a clear punchmark on the lug as well as crisp numbers between the lugs (a characteristic of the early Ingenieurs), a rare example in excellent original condition.

LOT 18

Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces Geneva, Nov 08, 2015

Sold: CHF 4,750

DIAM. 36 mm. THICKNESS 13 mm. To be sold without reserve

LOT 20

Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces Geneva, Nov 08, 2015

Sold: CHF 6,875

DIAM. 21mm. THICKNESS 6 mm. Approx. overall length 180 mm. Property of a Swiss Lady