NEW YORK - Whether you are in the market for a vintage pocket watch, a classic Rolex Daytona or a one-of-a- kind Patek Philippe, head to Sotheby’s New York to discover the watch that suits your distinctive style.

Important Watches Including the Titanium Collection
Exhibition 7–9 June
Auction 10 June

1900s – CARTIER An extremely fine and rare ultra-thin pink gold and enamel open-faced watch, circa 1905 $15,000–20,000
1910s – Ulysse Nardin A yellow gold physician’s chronograph wristwatch converted from a pocket watch, circa 1910 $5,000–7,000
1920s – cartier A very fine and rare ultra thin platinum and diamond open-faced watch, circa 1925 $7,000–9,000
1930s – driva A rare and unusual steel quarter repeating rectangular wristwatch, circa 1935 $5,000–7,000
1940s – Patek Philippe A fine yellow gold perpetual calendar wrist-watch with moon phases. Ref 1526, made in 1949 $60,000–80,000
1950s – Patek philippe A fine and rare yellow gold automatic wristwatch. Ref 2526, made in 1954 $20,000–30,000
1960s – CARTIER An extremely rare yellow gold horseshoe form wristwatch, circa 1960 $12,000–18,000
1970s – rolex A stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with registers and bracelet. Ref 6262, ‘Paul Newman’ Daytona, circa 1970 $50,000–70,000
1990s – Panerai A fine and rare PVD-coated stainless steel wristwatch, Luminor A-series, made in 1998 $12,000–18,000
2000s – Patek philippe A previously unknown titanium double-dialed wristwatch with twelve complications. Unique Ref 5001T Sky Moon Tourbillon, made in 2000 $1,000,000–1,500,000