After watches were invented, they were significantly used by soldiers to know the time and keep alert on the battlefield. Through time, watches have evolved and people have recognized their multifaceted purpose serving as fashion accessories, entertainment, alarms and more. Fulfilling such a variety of purposes, Skinner presents precious collectibles at Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments auction.
Rare Rolex Stainless Steel is set to wow observers with its impeccable craftsmanship and style. From circa 1905, the watch is made in gold, rose gold, and stainless steel and has subsidiary apertures for the day of the week and month. The item is placed at the highest estimated value of $150,000. Similarly, the beauty of Musical Bracket Clock by Robert Ward is hard to express in words. The piece has a two-tune music movement with eight bells and sixteen hammers that seems quite enchanting. Among the notable lots are also Alvan Clark & Sons 4-inch refractor telescope and Mahogany floor-standing astronomical regulator, which might interest buyers. To register, please visit Bidsquare.
# of Lots:456
Price Range:$60 - $150,000
Interesting lots include:
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|Rare Rolex Stainless Steel|| Estimate: |
|Robert Ward Musical Bracket Clock|| Estimate: |
|Chinese Cast Brass Automaton Shelf Clock|| Estimate: |
|Alvan Clark & Sons 4-inch Refractor Telescope|| Estimate: |
|Mahogany Floor-standing Astronomical Regulator|| Estimate: |