Modern watches in precious white metals — gold and platinum — are beginning to look like the next big thing for collectors, which makes an ice-blue-dialed luxury replica Rolex Cosmograph Daytona watches, Ref: 116506, in platinum look like a great piece to headline with at the upcoming Bonhams Knightsbridge auction on September 13.
It lines up alongside 200 classics from Rolex, Patek Philippe, Omega, Piaget, Jaeger-LeCoultre and more contemporary styles from fashion houses Hermès, Chanel, and Cartier.
UK perfect fake Rolex’s platinum Daytona watches (pictured top), which has diamond hour markers and is sold with original box and papers, goes to auction with an estimate of £70,000 to £100,000.
Other leading lots in the Bonhams Knightsbridge sale include 1:1 top fake Rolex Double Red Sea-Dweller watches featuring a black dial with luminous dot hour markers, baton quarters, white outer minute divisions and date aperture. Accompanied by its original box and punched guarantee certificate, it goes under the hammer with an estimate of £25,000 to £35,000.
There is also a rare 1970 Rolex 18ct gold quartz calendar bracelet replica watches for sale featuring a 13-jewel ‘Texan’ Beta-21 quartz movement, developed by the Centre Electronique Horloger in 1969.
It is believed that only 1,000 pieces were produced by Rolex, making its estimate of £10,000 to £15,000 tempting to collectors.
Omega is well-represented in the Bonhams auction including a 1967 best replica Omega stainless steel military issue automatic wristwatches Seamaster 300 with an estimate £15,000 – 20,000.
The September auction features a special lot of 60 vintage cheap Omega copy watches including Chronographs, Speedmasters, Flightmasters, Seamasters and military issue designs that have a breath of dates across the decades starting in 1915 up to 2006.
This China super clone Omega stainless steel manual wind single button Chronograph wristwatches from around 1939 has an estimate of £4,000 to £6,000.
This Swiss made replica Omega stainless steel manual wind chronograph wristwatches, circa 1940, is estimated at £2,000 to £3,000.