A fine 1958 Rolex Pepsi GMT Master 6542, a stunning 18ct gold gents Patek Philippe Calatrava watch, and an Omega Speedmaster Apollo 11 35th anniversary limited edition watch with its original box, papers and cards are among nearly 60 wristwatches which will go under the hammer as part of Keys Auctioneers and Valuers spring Fine Sale in Aylsham, Norfolk later this month.
The three day sale includes:
- A Rolex Pepsi GMT Master 6542, circa 1958, with an automatic movement and Rolex screw-down crown. The bakelite bezel is aftermarket, and the rivett bracelet is later than the watch itself, but nevertheless it has a pre-sale estimate of £20,000-£21,000.
- An 18ct gold gents Patek Philippe Calatrava automatic watch from the early 1970s with original box, two service boxes, a service receipt and a Patek Philippe cleaning cloth. The watch has a Patek Philippe crown and bracelet clasp. It has a pre-sale estimate of £6,000-£6,500.
- An Omega Speedmaster Apollo 11 35th anniversary limited edition (no 673 of 3,500) watch with its original box, papers and cards, and certificate of authenticity. It has a stainless steel case and bracelet, and the original Omega crystal and crown. Estimate £7,500-£8,000
- A rare and unusual Omega Speedmaster, featuring an albino dial and contrasting fluorescent orange hands, dating from circa 1971. It has a genuine Omega crystal and crown, estimate £7,000-£7,500
Keys spring Fine Sale takes place on Wednesday 29th, Thursday 30th and Friday 31st March at their Aylsham, Norfolk saleroom, and live online at www.the-saleroom.com. More details of the sale, including a full catalogue, can be found at https://www.keysauctions.co.uk/auction/details/-the-spring-fine-sale/?au=238.