34 lots


Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

Andersen Genève, The EROS, "Only Watch 2005", "Navigation Pleasure", Pièce Unique.

Case: 18K white gold, cushion-shaped, reversible central case, sapphire crystals. Dimensions: 46 x 42 mm. Thickness: 15 mm. Bracelet: pony hide, 18K white gold buckle. Dial: Front: Marquetry work in four types of wood, representing a compass. Back: Hand-painted erotic automaton scene with ten animated parts moving at different rythms. Movement ement:: Calibre ANDERSEN 497, manual winding, two-trains, 36-hour power reserve for the going train, two minutes for the automaton train, rhodium-plated, ?fausses-côtes? decoration, 22 jewels, straight line lever escapement, monometallic balance, shock absorber, self-compensating flat balance spring, micrometer regulator.

EUR 40,000 - 50,000

Sold: EUR 60,000


Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

Antoine Preziuso, Genève, The T21, "Only Watch 2005" T21 Muonionalusta Tourbillon, Pièce Unique.

The T21 ??Few new watches can immediately be described as museum pieces. Due to the phenomenal interest it arouses, the T21 could legitimately claim a place in a museum dedicated to watchmaking, but also in a natural history, science or art museum. In addition to its technical qualities, the T21 represents a conversation piece that inevitably leads to deep and fascinating discussions and, on an even simpler level, inspires dreams. Dreams of space, of eternity, of the infinitely large and the infinitely small. With the T21, Antoine Preziuso has once again succeeded in offering us the gift of a good time!? Quote taken from GMT, Spring-Summer 2005 edition. Case: Precision-milled from a single piece of the ?Muonionalusta? meteorite, circular, sloped bezel, downturned lugs, sapphire crystals, case back secured by screws. Bracelet: Mississippi alligator, meteorite buckle. Diam. 40 mm. Thickness: 10 mm. Dial: Milled from the ?Muonionalusta? meteorite, luminous Arabic quarters, cut away at the bottom to view the tourbillion regulator. Luminous ?Feuille? hands. Movement: Calibre AP/T21, 13???, manual winding, rhodium plated, hand-engraved decoration, double barrel, one-minute tourbillon regulator, monometallic balance, self-compensating Breguet balance spring, 28,800 VPH, 72-hour power reserve.

EUR 110,000 - 130,000

Sold: EUR 60,000


Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

Audemars Piguet, New Royal Oak watch, N° 1.

Audemars Piguet & Cie offers a fresh take on its famous octagonal watch, now equipped with the new proprietary selfwinding movement: Calibre 3120, developed and produced by Audemars Piguet. In keeping with the aesthetic codes of the original models, this updated design accentuates the refinement of the watch, while offering enhanced readability. Audemars Piguet is delighted to offer the first watch in this exclusive series. Case: Stainless steel with transparent sapphire caseback Water-resistant to 50 meters Diameter: 39 mm Bracelet: stainless steel with triple-blade clasp Dial: Silvered, with ?Grande Tapisserie? motif Luminescent applied hour-markers and hands faceted in 18-carat gold Movement: Mechanical selfwinding Calibre 3120 Total diameter: 26.60 mm Total thickness: 4.25 mm 40 jewels 278 parts and components 22-carat gold oscillating weight Direct drive centre seconds Power reserve of over 60 hours Cross-wise balance-cock Time-setting equipped with a balance-stop mechanism Variable inertia balance 21,600 vibrations per hour Automatic bidirectional winding All parts decorated by hand; circular-graining on the plate, diamond-polishing on the countersinks, the bevels and the recesses; bevelling, snailing and ?Côtes de Genève? on the bridges Functions: Hours and minutes Direct drive centre seconds Digital date display through an aperture with rapid correction using the crown Balance-stop mechanism to immobilise the seconds hand when setting the time

EUR 7,000 - 9,000

Sold: EUR 16,000


Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

Blancpain, Léman Only Watch 2005, Pièce Unique.

Léman Only Watch 2005, sapphire dial, large date, centre seconds-hand, self-winding. Calibre 6950A Thickness: 4.75 mm Diameter: 32.00 mm Power reserve: 70 hours Rubies: 35 Components: 285 Brushed red-gold case Thickness: 11.40 mm Diameter: 40 mm Water-Resistance: 100 m Sapphire case-back Between horns: 22 mm

EUR 18,000 - 22,000

Sold: EUR 30,000


Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

Bovet, Fleurier, Compassion, Pièce Unique.

FLEURIER 39mm Case: 18K rose gold Fleurier case 39mm diameter Open case back fitted with a sapphire crystal Water resistant to 30m Strap in full skin alligator, with 18K rose gold folding buckle Dial: White mother-of-pearl center with miniature painting; a replica of Raphael's Madonna and Child Rotating chapter ring in black mother-of-pearl Movement: Self-winding movement, calibre I I BA07, 55 hours power reserve, running from 2 barrels, 28,800v/h precision, 32 jewels, with jumping hour indication placed at 8 o'clock, and rotating minute ring, winding rotor in 18K rose gold engraved in Fleurisanne style Certified Pièce Unique

EUR 60,000 - 80,000

Sold: EUR 75,000


Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

Breguet, The Marine 5817PR, No. 1.

The Marine 5817PR Designed in the grand tradition of the exclusive timepieces created by A.-L. Breguet himself for the Royal French Navy, the Marine 5817PR model?s assertive personality displays an arresting mix of refinement and modern spirit. Numbered 1/7, its stunning case features a pink gold frame with bezel and back in platinum. Its elegant 18K gold dial plate with black rhodium finish is enhanced by a subtle wave pattern, engine-turned by hand in the traditional manner. Faceted pink gold hands show the time on its silvered chapter ring?s pink gold numerals. Chased entirely by an engraver?s steady hand, the self-winding movement?s decor alludes to the achievements of astronomers, navigators and explorers of the past in a fascinating display that includes a sailing ship, naval knots, navigational stars and instruments. Its dramatic good looks are due in part to the contrast between its dark, oxidized frame and its bright, pink gold oscillating weight designed like a sextant. Adding a trim contemporary note, this salute to the collection?s early history comes with a sporty black rubber strap. Painstakingly finished and elaborately decorated by hand, the design?s unique character embodies a full measure of respect for the centuries-old values and spirit underpinning Breguet?s reputation. Case: Round, 18K pink gold, with fluted caseband, bezel and case back in platinum, screw-down crown, round-ended screw-secured lugs. Caseback hand-engraved on a rose engine, with sapphire crystal, Water-resistant to 100 meters (~ 330 feet). Bracelet: Rubber with deployant clasp. Diameter: 39 mm. Thickness: 11,85 mm. Dial: Black rhodium on 18K gold, engraved by hand on a rose engine, silvered chapter ring with applied pink gilt Roman numerals, center seconds hand, large date aperture at 6 o?clock. Luminous gold Breguet hands. Movement: Cal. 517GG, 11???1/2, self-winding, entirely chased with relievo engraving and blackened by oxidation to represent traditional sailing themes: a sailing ship, celestial bodies (sun, North Star, constellations), naval rope knots, wind rose and names of astronomers, navigators and explorers, 25 jewels. 65-hour power reserve, straight-line lever escapemen, monometallic balance adjusted in 5 positions, 28,800 VPH. 18K pink gold rotor shaped like a ship?s sextant.

EUR 45,000 - 55,000

Sold: EUR 110,000


Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

Chopard, Quattro Regulator, The Palladium ?L.U.C. 4R? Quattro Regulator ?Only Watch 2005?, Pièce Unique.

Case: Round, palladium, sloped bezel, downturned lugs, sapphire crystals, case back secured by screws, water-resistant to 30 m., pushpiece in the band for correction of the second time-zone. Diam. 39.5 mm. Thickness 9.75 mm. Bracelet: Crocodile with 18K white gold deployant clasp. Dial: Two-tone black and gray on a gold plate, sun-ray engine-turned central field, outer white gold Arabic five minutes, outermost minute divisions, Arabic hour chapter at 3, subsidiary seconds with date aperture at 6, second time-zone in 24 hours at 9, 8-day power reserve sector at 12. White gold ?Dauphine? hands. Movement: Calibre L.U.C. 1.3789. 12.5???, C.O.S.C. certified chronometer, rhodium plated, ?fausses côtes? decoration, stamped with the Seal of Geneva quality hallmark, four barrels in tandem ?Quattro?, 216 hour (9 day) power reserve, 224 components, 39 jewels, monometallic three-arm annular balance, self-compensating Breguet balance spring, 28,800 VPM Incabloc shock absorber, swan-neck micrometer adjustment to the regulator.

EUR 30,000 - 40,000

Sold: EUR 34,000


Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

Corum, The Golden Bridge ?Only Watch 2005?, Piece Unique.

Case: Tonneau, 18K white gold sapphire crystals, winding crown at 6, downturned lugs. Dimensions: 40 x 32 mm. Bracelet: Crocodile, 18K white gold buckle. Dial: Hand painted miniature of two posturing stallions after the original by Hans Erni. White gold skeleton hands. Movement: Baguette ?Golden Bridge?, 33 x 3 x 4.9 mm, hand-wound, 18K white gold, hand engraved decoration, monometallic balance with gold timing screws, maximum 40-hour power reserve. Accompanied by a lithography of the original artwork used on the dial.

EUR 30,000 - 40,000

Sold: EUR 50,000


Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

de Bethune, The Platinum DB S 8-day Prototype, Platinum DB S 8-day wristwatch with three-dimensional moon phase and power reserve, pre-production prototype, Pièce Unique.

Case: Asymmetrical, platinum, screw-downwinding crown at 12, ogival lugs at 6, hooded lugs at 12, sapphire crystal. Dimensions: 45 x 42.5 mm. Thickness: 11mm. Bracelet: Crocodile with platinum buckle. Dial: Silvered gold chapter ring with blued steel cabochon indexes open at the center to view the movement, inner minute divisions with blued steel five minute markers, three-dimensional moon phase in platinum and blued steel at 6. Blued steel ?De Bethune? hands. Movement: Hand-wound, rhodium plated, ?fausses-côtes? decoration, 29 jewels, straight line lever escapement, 192 hour (8-day) power reserve sector with blued steel index, monometallic balance, self-compensating flat balance spring, shock protection.

EUR 28,000 - 34,000

Sold: EUR 36,000

LOT 10

Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

de Grisogono, Genève, Instrumento Grande Open Date specially created for Only Watch 2005, No. 1.

Wristwatch Ref. CS N07 in 18K pink gold on black nappa strap with pink gold de GRISOGONO deployment clasp Black guilloché dial with exclusive No 0001 marking protected by a cambered and extremely scratch resistant sapphire crystal Supersize date at 6 o'clock with open-work dial over the date discs 18K pink gold Dauphine hands and hour markers inlaid with superluminova are easy to read in dim light Crown bears the distinctive de GRISOGONO crest Scratch resistant sapphire crystal case back and side window reveals the self-winding movement Water-resistant to 30 meters (~100 feet)

EUR 15,000 - 20,000

Sold: EUR 20,000

LOT 11

Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

deLaCour, Genève, The Bichrono, Bichrono Hommage, Pièce Unique.

Case: Two-piece case, curved, curved sapphire crystal, pink gold crown and pushers, back fastened by 8 screws, two round sapphire crystals showing the movements, water resistant to 3 atm. Dimensions: 52 x 53.5 Thickness: 14 mm Strap: crocodile leather, hand-stitched; pink-gold buckle. Dial: Natural precious red wood; hand set on a titanium monobloc base, printed Arabic numerals. Indications: Right movement; minute counter at 3; small second at 3; hour counter at 12; center seconds tachymeter. Left movement: minute counter at 9; small second at 3; hour counter at 6; center seconds; tachymeter. Movement: Automatic, two chronographs ETA 2094, autonomy 37 hours; 33 jewels; 28.800 vph; top quality flat balancespring; rotor blued and engraved; decorated with côtes de Genève and circular patterns, Functions: Double chronograph each with three counters, date indicator, hour, minute, small seconds.

EUR 15,000 - 20,000

Sold: EUR 16,000

LOT 12

Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

DeWitt, Tourbillon Différentiel Academia ?Espoir 2005?, IRM Pantented, Unique Piece.

Case and bracelet: Titanium, red gold and rubber ?Academia? case, with bezel and middle section engraved with the DeWitt ?Imperial Columns?, 43 mm diameter, sapphire case back with special engraving mention ?Only Watch?, water resistant to 30 meters. White rubber strap with red gold folding clasp buckle. Dial: The dial is replaced by a succession of revelations of ?guilloché? red and white plate and bridge with ?Côtes de Genève? pattern. Movement: DeWitt mechanical, manual winding movement, caliber DW8002, manufactured in Vandoeuvres, Tourbillon and patented hand-winding system of power reserve indicator, 120 hours power reserve, 24 jewels, 51° lever escapement, 9.80 mm height, 30 mm diameter. Flat balance-spring, 21?600 vph, special 4 arms Gyromax. Accompanied by certificate of authenticity and special box.

EUR 110,000 - 140,000

Sold: EUR 120,000

LOT 13

Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

Eterna, KonTiki GMT Only Watch 05, Pièce Unique.

Eterna KonTiki sports watches have their origin in a friendship between two men. Thor Heyerdahl, the Norwegian researcher and traveller was a friend of former Eterna boss Dr. Rudolf Schild-Comtesse. On his celebrated KonTiki expedition, Thor Heyerdahl wore a watch from his friend?s factory. That is why, ever since 1958, Eterna has been building sports watches under the name KonTiki. The timepiece created for Only Watch 05 is the first and only KonTiki GMT made in red gold. Even the colour scheme of the dial does not occur in this combination elsewhere. Movement: Mechanical ETA Calibre 2893-2, self-winding, special Eterna Rotor, COSC certified Chronometer, 21 jewels, engine turned bridges, 28,800 alternations per hour, 4 Hz, reserve 46 hours, overall diameter of movement 26.20 mm. Dial/Hands: Black dial, Arabic figures and triangular indices. Indices, hours, minutes, seconds and the skeleton 24 hour hand are gold-edged and coated with Superluminova. 24 hour scale on Superluminova background, day hours in white, night hours in grey, even hours in Arabic figures, odd hours as bar indices. Hours, minutes and seconds display by centre hands, date display at 4.30, hour display of a second time zone on 24 hour scale by fourth centre hand. World time display by internal rotating ring divided into time zones, rotatable from outside by means of the bezel. Case/Back/Strap: Case and bezel in 18 carat red gold, diving time divisions engraved on bezel, rotating bezel with Eterna patented seal, back with KonTiki medallion in 18 carat white gold, Only Watch 05 engraving in frame, waterproof to 200 m; diameter: 42.4 mm; thickness: 13.5 mm. Crocodile strap with red gold clasp. Accompanied by a special edition of the KonTiki watch box with compass and extra strap in rubber, certificate of uniqueness and guarantee.

EUR 8,000 - 12,000

Sold: EUR 11,000

LOT 14

Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

Frank Muller, Genève, Crazy Hours Monte Carlo, No. 1.

This year, FRANCK MULLER GENEVE has decided to contribute to this exceptional charity operation by offering a timepiece exclusively created for this event, the Crazy Hours Monte Carlo Movement: Self-winding mechanical movement. Hours, minutes. Crazy Hours module. Thanks to this original and patented module, the conventional clockwise arrangement of the hours from 1 to 12 is replaced by a new and original order which not only permits everyone to assign their own values to the hours but also ensures that, despite this freedom, accurate time keeping remains unimpaired. Dial: Sun stamped, white lacquered dial decorated with filigree figures. Luminous numerals in red. Coat of arms of the Principality of Monaco. Case: Cintrée Curvex case in 18 carat white gold with « Monaco » engraved on the back. Strap: Red hand-stitched alligator strap fitted with an ardillon buckle in 18 carat white gold.

EUR 18,000 - 25,000

Sold: EUR 35,000

LOT 15

Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

Frédérique Constant, Genève, The Heart Beat, 18K rose gold ?Heart Beat? Manufacture with Moon Phase and Date, Ref. FC-915AS4H9, Limited Edition, No. 01/188, Introduced in September 2005.

Case: Two-piece, 18K rose gold, case back secured by eight screws, water-resistant to 30 meters, convex sapphire crystal, sapphire crystal exhibition case back. Diameter: 41 mm Thickness: 11 mm. Bracelet: genuine Louisiana alligator Buckle: 18K rose gold Dial: Printed Arabic Frédérique Constant ?Highlife? numerals, circular moon phase and date indicator at 12 o?clock, large aperture at 6 o?clock to reveal the escapement, ?poire? type hour hand, ?feuille? type minute and date hands. Movement: Caliber FC-915-1, 13 1/4??? ?Heart Beat?, hour, minute, moon phase and date, 115 components, 30,50 mm. diameter, total thickness 5.20 mm, 48-hour power reserve, manual winding, rhodium-plated, chamfered bridges decorated with ?Côtes de Genève? and circular graining (?perlage?), blued steel screws, 17 jewels, lever escapement, Glucydur balance, 28,800 VPH, Nivarox No.1 spiral, KIF antishock and fine regulation.

EUR 7,000 - 9,000

Sold: EUR 12,000

LOT 16

Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

Gérald Genta, The Gérald Genta Fantasy Racing, Unique Piece.

Case and bracelet: White gold case with fluted caseband and crown protectors, 41 mm diameter, Gérald Genta screw down beaded crown, case back with special engraving displaying the Formula 1 Grand Prix Monaco circuit with mention ?ONLY WATCH?, water resistant to 30 meters. Black alligator leather strap with white gold classical buckle. Dial: Black carbon fibre dial with Disney character specially dressed in Formula 1 suit holding a checkered flag. Jumping hour window at 9 o'clock, Mickey's arm hand pointing at the retrograde minutes, seconds hand at the center. Movement: Gérald Genta 7510 caliber, self-winding movement with jumping hours and retrograde minutes ; 5,90 mm height, 26,20 mm diameter. 42-hour power reserve, 21 jewels, 28'800 vph. Accompanied by Certificate of origin.

EUR 10,000 - 15,000

Sold: EUR 16,000

LOT 17

Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

Harry Winston, Excenter Biretro ?Starlight?, Pièce unique. A complication watch for women of character ...

Name : Excenter Biretro Starlight Ref. : 200/UABI34WL.BD/00-SP1 Movement : Self-winding GP 3106 with HW 2837 module featuring an openworked 22-carat rose gold rotor and diamond-polished toothing Functions : Off-centred hours and minutes at 12 o?clock Retrograde displays of seconds at 8 o?clock and days of the week at 4 o?clock Case : Round (Ø34 mm) in 18-carat white gold set with 189 diamonds totalling 3.83 carats Dial : ?Starlight? unique, blue with 18-carat white gold appliques set with 68 white diamonds and 9 diamond-set stars, totalling 0.26 carats Crystal : Sapphire with double anti-reflection treatment Case-back : Sapphire with double anti-reflection treatment Engraved with ?Pièce unique? Strap/bracelet : Hand-stitched starry white crocodile strap with 18-carat white gold buckle set with 29 diamonds totalling 0.19 cts Water-resistance : 30 metres (3 atm) Total carat weight : Watch set with 295 white diamonds (Quality: IF to VVS / Colour: D,E,F) totalling 4.28 carats

EUR 25,000 - 35,000

Sold: EUR 65,000

LOT 18

Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

Hublot, MDM, The Solo T, The white gold ?Solo T? wristwatch with flying tourbillon regulator. No 1/1.

Case: Three-piece, round, ?Nouveau Classic?, brushed bezel secured by twelve screws which act as the hour indexes, glazed back to view the red lacquered movement with ?Circuit board? decoration, sapphire crystals. Diameter 44 mm. Thickness: 14 mm. Bracelet: Black crocodile with white gold double deployant clasp. Dial: Silvered ?Clous de Paris?, bottom section cut away in an arc from four to eight, to allow three-dimensional viewing of the Flying tourbillon carriage. White gold ?épée? hands. Movement: Caliber: Tourbillon HUBST 1, 13.5???, one minute flying tourbillon, manual winding, 120 hour (5 day) power reserve, red lacquered with ?circuit board? decoration, 24 jewels, lever escapement, Gyromax balance, self-compensating Breguet balance spring.

EUR 70,000 - 90,000

Sold: EUR 60,000

LOT 19

Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

IWC, Schaffhausen, Ingenieur, Automatic Ref. 3227, No. 1.

IWC Ingenieur Automatic Ref. 3227, limited to 100 individually numbered pieces, featuring an exclusive ardoise dial and personalised case back, mechanical movement with automatic Pellaton winding system. The very first piece (01/100) is being offered here, with a special engraving: COLLECTORS? FORUM 01/100 ASSOCIATION MONEGASQUE CONTRE LES MYOPATHIES ONLY WATCH 05 Automatic IWC movement caliber 80010 with Pellaton winding system ? 28 800 vibrations/h ? 28 jewels ? 44h Power reserve ? Stainless steel case and bracelet ? Soft-iron inner case for protection against magnetic fields of up to 80,000 A/m ? Shock-absorbing system ? Antireflective sapphire glass, resistant against pressure drop ? Screw-in crown ? Luminous elements on hands and indices ? IWC metal bracelet system with folding clasp ? Water-resistant to 120 m ? Diameter 42.5 mm ? Height 14.5mm

EUR 5,000 - 7,000

Sold: EUR 13,000

LOT 20

Only Watch Monte Carlo, Sep 22, 2005

Jaeger-LeCoultre, Reverso Duetto, Unique piece.

Case: Reversible lady?s size swivel case in 18-carat white gold, cambered sapphire crystal, hardness no. 9 snow-set pink sapphires and diamonds (diameter 0.5 ? 1.6 mm), corresponding to approximately 950 precious stones, 5.55 cts. Dial: Front: silvered guilloché, black transferred fl oral numerals, 10 diamond chatons Back: gem-set mother-of-pearl Movement: mechanicals manually-wound, Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 844, crafted and decorated by hand. Hour and minute indications on the front, and back.

EUR 70,000 - 100,000

Sold: EUR 110,000