Morphy Auctions’ Fall Premier Jewelry and Timepiece Sales Event to Present an Astonishing Range of World-Class Selections from the World’s Finest Brands

Rolex Stainless Steel Milgauss Wrist Watch, estimated at $280,000-320,000.

“Our watch selections in this sale are particularly outstanding. I am particularly drawn to the Rolex Milgauss chronometer, given its extreme rarity, amazing condition, and handsome presentation. – Dan Morphy, President, Morphy Auctions

Morphy Auctions, the finest auction destination for fresh to the market collections, is pleased to announce this exciting jewelry sales event to be held on Saturday, October 7th 2017, starting at 11:00am EST. All lots from this sale are currently on display and available for preview in Morphy’s Denver auction gallery.

It is the perfect time to check out this event’s top tier selection of world-class timepieces. Fantastic examples from the most collectible brands are available for both women and men.

A trio of lady’s watch highlights are second to none. The first is lot #32, a Patek Philippe 18k yellow gold watch featuring a diamond and sapphire set bezel and a diamond set bracelet, estimated at $21,000-26,000. The second is lot #92, a Rolex 18K white gold Datejust Pearlmaster with a diamond bezel and mother of pearl dial, estimated at $20,000-25,000. And three’s a charm with lot #60, an 18K white gold Pasha De Cartier with a stunning diamond bezel, estimated at $15,000-20,000.

Men’s fine timepiece selections are also up to the minute. Can’t miss showstoppers include lot #135, a handsome and classically styled Patek Philippe 18K rose gold Perpetual Retrograde watch, estimated at $35,000-45,000, and lot #136, an eye-catching Breitling 18K white gold Bentley GT model with a black diamond set face and white diamond set bracelet, estimated at $30,000-35,000. For those who prefer more vintage options, lot #74, a 18K yellow gold Levy H. oversized enamel cased minute repeater pocket watch, is a timely choice. This circa 1880-1900 timepiece, decorated with fine enameling, is in overall near mint condition and is estimated at $15,000-25,000.

What elite watch collector wouldn’t be attracted to lot #69, a c. 1958 Rolex stainless steel Milgauss chronometer, capable of working in magnetic fields up to 1000 gauss? This once in a lifetime example features an incredible black revolving bezel…

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