Ref. 6265 Rolex “Big Red” Cosmograph Daytona (Lot 824) 
The Hong Kong Watch Auction: SEVEN
Lot 824: an extremely rare and fine “Big Red” chronograph with signed bracelet, dial, case and movement.
Ref. 116598RW Rolex “Rainbow” Cosmograph Daytona (Lot 829) 
The Hong Kong Watch Auction: SEVEN
Lot 829: an extremely rare and unusual 18k white gold “Rainbow” Cosmograph Daytona, featuring rainbow coloured gem setting, box and papers.
Ref. 6241 Rolex “Paul Newman” Cosmograph Daytona (Lot 875)
The Hong Kong Watch Auction: SEVEN
Lot 875: a well-preserved, extremely attractive “Paul Newman” Daytona from the period approximately between 1966-1969.
Ref. 15136ST Audemars Piguet Royal Oak (Lot 879)
The Hong Kong Watch Auction: SEVEN
Lot 879: an extremely rare skeletonised exemplar of the Royal Oak, with set accessories indicating it is a limited edition.
Ref. 3710/1A-001 Patek Philippe Nautilus (Lot 882)
The Hong Kong Watch Auction: SEVEN
Lot 882: derived from the ever-popular Ref. 3700 family of “Jumbo” Nautiluses, the present watch features numerous exotic elements such as two-tone Roman numerals and power reserve indicator.
Ref. 2526 Patek Philippe self-winding (Lot 896)
The Hong Kong Watch Auction: SEVEN
Lot 896: a rare, extremely handsome, historically important Patek Philippe wristwatch. Complete with signed case, dial, movement and buckle.
Ref. 1327 Patek Philippe “Chevaux de feu” dome clock (Lot 899)
The Hong Kong Watch Auction: SEVEN
Lot 899: an extremely unique gilt brass dome clock, utilising solar power and featuring cloisonné enamel decoration.
The Hong Kong Watch Auction: SEVEN
Lot 919: an extremely rare, large, yellow gold minute repeater featuring “Cathedral” styled gongs.
Ref. 16610LV Rolex Submariner (Lot 962) 
The Hong Kong Watch Auction: SEVEN
Lot 962: originally commissioned by Rolex to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Submariner, the present watch is in exceptionally good condition (“NOS”), complete with box and papers.
Ref. 1518 Patek Philippe perpetual calendar chronograph (Lot 1059)
The Hong Kong Watch Auction: SEVEN
Lot 1059: among the first Ref. 1518s that were manufactured in sequence, the current perpetual calendar chronograph (with moonphase) has been preserved remarkably well.