Leading timepiece auction house Antiquorum will host an extensive auction on December 11 in New York. Bid live or online on hundreds of exquisite watches and clocks!

One of the rarer pieces up for auction is an Omega owned by the Elvis Presley in the 1960's. The self-winding watch was gifted to the King's close friend Charlie Hodge, who has included a letter of attestation in the lot.

OMEGA BLACK DIAL CONSTELLATION CALENDAR PREVIOUSLY OWNED BY ELVIS PRESLEY. Estimate $10,000 - $20,000. Photo via Antiquorum OMEGA BLACK DIAL CONSTELLATION CALENDAR PREVIOUSLY OWNED BY ELVIS PRESLEY. Estimate $10,000 - $20,000. Photo via Antiquorum

Another highlight with a celebrity provenance is a Patek Philippe that was gifted by Nelson A. Rockefeller to Roswell B. Perkins in 1959. The watch is made of 18K gold was a given as a token of appreciation for Perkin's work and is engraved with "R. B. P, Jan. 1 – Mar. 25, 1959, N.A.R."

 

PATEK PHILIPPE REF 1463 BREGUET NUMERALS YELLOW GOLD GIFTED BY NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER APRIL 1959. Estimate $150,000 - $200,000. Photo via Antiquorum PATEK PHILIPPE REF 1463 BREGUET NUMERALS YELLOW GOLD GIFTED BY NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER APRIL 1959. Estimate $150,000 - $200,000. Photo via Antiquorum

The sale also includes a Patek Philippe ref. 3450 that has never been sold at auction before. The 18K gold piece has a perpetual calendar and moon phases, and comes directly from the descendants of the original owner.

PATEK PHILIPPE REF 3450 ROMAN LEAP YEAR DISPLAY YELLOW GOLD. Estimate $160,000 - 220,000. Photo via Antiquorum PATEK PHILIPPE REF 3450 ROMAN LEAP YEAR DISPLAY YELLOW GOLD. Estimate $160,000 - 220,000. Photo via Antiquorum

 

Another rare piece is the Audemars Piguet Grande Complication. Accompanied by the original wooden box, this 18K pink gold watch is astronomic with a perpetual calendar, moon phases and a 30 minute registrar.

AUDEMARS PIGUET REF. 25866 JULES AUDEMARS GRANDE COMPLICATION PINK GOLD. Estimate $150,000 - $200,000. Photo via Antiquorum AUDEMARS PIGUET REF. 25866 JULES AUDEMARS GRANDE COMPLICATION PINK GOLD. Estimate $150,000 - $200,000. Photo via Antiquorum

 

 

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