Make Your Bid: Iconic High-End Watches at Christie’s Watches Online

The Phillips New York Winning Icons Sale of rare high-end watches has just set a new world record for the most expensive luxury wristwatch ever sold at auction. Paul Newman’s personal Rolex Daytona was sold on October 26 for a staggering $17.8 million, beating the previous record set by the Patek Philippe luxury watch Ref. 1518. However, the world of high-end watches does not stay still, with more and more iconic timepieces put up for sale almost every day.

Today, you also have a chance to add a rare luxury watch to your own collection. Christie’s Watches Online Sale is happening right now! Featuring a stunning selection of modern and vintage high-end watches, with prices starting from just $200, it offers a unique opportunity for everyone to buy a piece of fine watchmaking history without leaving home. The below list includes highlights of the Christie’s Watches Online Sale, including a collectible Vacheron Constantin watch with chronograph and a glamorous diamond-set Rolex Daytona.

  • Rolex Cosmograph Daytona Ref. 116599 RBR, circa 2007

40mm 18k white gold case decorated with diamonds (approx. 5.5. carat), self-winding mechanical chronograph movement, caliber 4130, pave diamond-set silvered dial, brown calfskin strap.

Estimated at $50,000 – 80,000.

Rolex Cosmograph Daytona Ref. 116599 RBR, circa 2007

  • Patek Philippe Ref. 5100 J, circa 2000

33x46mm 18k yellow gold case, hand-winding mechanical movement, caliber 28-20/220 PS IRM, 10-day power reserve, white dial with applied yellow gold numerals and indexes, leather strap.

Estimated at $15,000 – 25,000.

Patek Philippe Ref. 5100 J, circa 2000

  • Audemars Piguet Ref. 25695OR, circa 1990

41mm 18k rose gold case, self-winding mechanical chronograph movement with moon phase and perpetual calendar complications, caliber 2126/2845, cream white dial, leather strap.

Estimated at $12,000 – 22,000.

Audemars Piguet Perpetual Calendar Chronograph Ref. 25695OR, circa 1990

  • Vacheron Constantin Ref. 4178, circa 1941

35mm stainless steel and 18k rose gold stepped case with claw lugs, hand-winding mechanical chronograph movement, caliber 434, silvered pink pulsation dial, leather strap.

Estimated at $15,000 – 20,000.

Vacheron Constantin Stainless Steel and Rose Gold Chronograph Ref. 4178, circa 1941

  • Heuer Monaco Ref. 73633, circa 1972

40x38mm stainless steel case, hand-winding mechanical chronograph movement, caliber 7736, typical 1970s blue colored dial, leather strap.

Estimated at $10,000 – 15,000.

Vintage Heuer Monaco Ref. 73633, circa 1972

  • Roger Dubuis Ref. G34 98 5-SDC Limited Edition, circa 2003

34mm 18k rose gold diamond-set case, self-winding mechanical movement, caliber RD 98, white mother-of-pearl diamond-set dial with a cognac small seconds sub-dial, leather strap.

Estimated at $10,000 – 15,000.

Roger Dubuis Ref. G34 98 5-SDC Limited Edition, circa 2003

These and many other modern and vintage high-end watches are available for bidding at Christie’s Watches Online until November 14. Do not miss your chance to buy an iconic luxury watch by one of the leading brands!