The bezel on this platinum Rolex Daytona ref. 116576TBR features 36 baguette diamonds and the dial is paved with 437 round diamonds. This unworn example is still covered its original stickers and available now at TheKeystone.com
Our double-signed Patek Philippe Chronograph 5070P retailed by Tiffany & Company. Produced for one year in 2008, the 5070P is one of the most beautiful modern chronographs and an extremely rare reference with fewer than 175 ever produced. We believe this example is the only Tiffany signed 5070P ever offered publicly and is in phenomenal condition. This exceptionally rare watch is available now at TheKeystone.com
A beautiful tropical dial Universal Geneve Polerouter. While the Nautilus and Royal Oak typically come to mind when thinking of Gerald Genta, few collectors know that this model was one of his earliest designs. Universal Geneve hired Genta at 23 years old to design this watch to commemorate the Scandanvian Airlines Systems flights from New York & LA to Europe. An amazing piece of horological history; available now at TheKeystone.com for $2,000.
In 1953, PanAm Airlines approached Rolex to develop a watch that could help its pilots easily tell time in two time zones. The result was the GMT-Master which was released in 1954. Also released that year was the James Bond film “Goldfinger,” in which Bond girl Pussy Galore wore a GMT-Master ref. 6542 much like the one in these photos. Offered here is a 6542 in fantastic original condition, complete with original box and paperwork including Rolex documents confirming the watch “does not contain any substance in violation of the Atomic Energy Commission regulations.” This watch is available now at TheKeystone.com
Fitted with a stunning, cream enamel dial and the first automatic movement Patek Philippe ever made, it is easy to see why many regard the reference 2526 as the best Calatrava reference in history. We also love these “PP” crowns found most examples. This fantastic example is available now at TheKeystone.com
This gorgeous, platinum @fpjourneofficial Remontoir d’Egalité Tourbillon is complete with original box and papers and available now at TheKeystone.com
The Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar 3940 is a favorite of many collectors, however few have heard of the 3941. This white gold Patek Philippe 3941 is one of the more rare watches we have offered and a reference that hardly ever comes on to the market. When the 3940 was released in 1985, it featured a solid caseback like most of the Patek Philippe watches before it. However the brand produced a few of these perpetual calendars with clear, display backs and marked the reference 3941. These watches were among the earliest Patek Philippe watches to display the movement through the clear caseback. As few as 35 examples are known to exist. This watch is available for the moment at TheKeystone.com
The Ceramic @audemarspiguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar.
With perhaps the best case condition of any 5402 we have ever seen, this B-Series @audemarspiguet Royal Oak is a stunner. Beginning in 1974, the B-Series Royal Oak was produced in half the quantity of the A-Series, making it twice as rare. The B-Series features the “AP” logo at 6 o’clock as well as a slightly upgraded movement from the previous iteration. This particular watch has a nearly new old stock case and bracelet, and the original dial has aged beautifully. Available now at TheKeystone.com