The historic Tact replica watches made in 1810

A unique piece by L. Leroy, inspired by the historic Tact watch made in 1810 and reinterpreted through high watchmaking. As the brand was rebuilt by the descendants of Charles Leroy, who lived at the same time as Abraham-Louis Breguet and was active as a watchmaker,replica cartier it demonstrates its technological prowess by creatively combining a minute repeater and a flying tourbillon based on a classic design. The expected winning bid price is between 150,000 and 180,000 Swiss Francs (CHF).
As a unique piece newly added to the Sport Auto line launched in 2019, as the name 'On Track' suggests, motor racing motifs are gently added to the charcoal gray color dial, revealing the founder's passion for this field. . The case and integral bracelet are presented entirely in grade 5 titanium and are equipped with the in-house automatic caliber LF270.01, which guarantees a power reserve of approximately 3 days. The expected winning bid is between 55,000 and 85,000 Swiss Francs (CHF).
Founded by Bernhard Lederer, an independent watchmaker who trained in watchmaking under George Daniels, the new Neuchâtel brand Lederer features two independent geartrains and a unique mirrored détente escapement derived from Raymontoire and Marine Chronometers. Mirrored detent escapement) design was applied to the dial face, while giving a sporty edge to the new unique piece with rainbow-colored Super-LumiNova. The expected winning bid price is between 100,000 and 200,000 Swiss Francs (CHF).
Introducing the unique piece of the brand of the same name,replica watches which succeeded Louis Monet, the legendary watchmaker in Paris, France, who invented the world's first chronograph in 1816 and was later listed in the Guinness World Records. As the name Art-Tech suggests, it combines the artistic and technical aspects of the brand into one timepiece. In particular, the design reinterpreted as colorful graphic art by cutting silicon wafer, a material for semiconductors, stands out. The expected winning bid price is between 80,000 and 120,000 Swiss Francs (CHF).
The follow-up version of Tambour Carpe Diem, Louis Vuitton's problematic work that heated up the year 2021, came out at this year's only watch auction. Albert Einstein, a physicist famous for his theory of relativity, is playfully reproduced on the front of the dial, and the delicate engraving on the white gold piece is Dick Steenman's highly sophisticated Grisaille enameling. Miniature painting by Nicolas Doublel.
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