Set to raise enthusiasm among collectors across the world, the selection on offer will be led by important modern and vintage wristwatches. Spearheading the vintage pieces is a very rare Patek Philippe, reference 1463, stainless steel chronograph, made in 1958, and coming directly from the descendant of the original owner. Another of the exemplary vintage wristwatches is an extremely rare version of the Rolex Daytona, reference 6265/6263, manufactured in 1980 and bearing the coat of arms of the Sultanate of Oman on its dial. Among the modern watches are two very rare complicated timepieces: a limited-edition tourbillon in pink gold by Greubel Forsey (No. 01/11, Invention Piece No.3) and an oversized tourbillon chronograph RM 0025 in pink gold by Richard Mille. A further highlight of the sale will be the No. 10 Royal Oak Chronograph Leo Messi made by Audemars Piguet in honour of the world’s current best footballer, which will be sold to benefit the Leo Messi Foundation.