Classic Vintage Watches For Sale at Auction

At Fieldings we hold two specialist watch auctions per year and offer a range of antique watches and timepieces from the 18th Century to modern day. Our auctions include prestigious brands such as Rolex, Cartier, Tag Heuer, Patek Philippe, Omega, Breitling, Jaeger lecoultre, Vacheron and Constantin, IWC, Movado, Tudor, and cater to all tastes and pockets. So whether you are interested in adding to a collection, investing for the future, or simply like something nice to wear on your wrist, head of department Nick Davies is happy to guide you through the process of buying or selling at auction. Read more

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The August Sale: Thursday 20 August 2020

Lot 997

A 1981 Rolls Royce Silver Spirit motor vehicle in gold finish, 6.5 litre, four door with cream…

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Lot 997

Lot 902

Ten Elizabeth II 2017 sovereigns, cased. (10)

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Lot 980

A 19th Century carved Italian marble figure of a seated young classical maiden of a young girl…

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Lot 910

An Elizabeth II 2017 five pound Tristan Da Cunha, a sovereign, a quarter sovereign and a 2018 double…

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Lot 890

A South Africa full Krugerrand dated 1974.

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Lot 890

Lot 891

A South Africa full Krugerrand dated 1974.

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Lot 892

A South Africa full Krugerrand dated 1974.

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Lot 893

A South Africa full Krugerrand dated 1974.

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Lot 894

A South Africa full Krugerrand dated 1974.

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Lot 894

Lot 895

A South Africa full Krugerrand dated 1974.

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Fieldings watch house record is a gentleman's 18ct Rolex Oyster perpetual cosmograph Daytona wrist watch, sold for £16,000 hammer.

Nick's dream find - he would love to find an original 1970 Tag Heuer Monaco. This watch is so iconic and was worn by Steve McQueen in Nick's favourite film of all time Le Mans. He has sold so many modern versions of this watch, but finding an original would be amazing.

Nick's most memorable find - a stainless steel Rolex Oyster Perpetual meters first Submariner. Here at Fieldings we sell a lot of Rolex watches, however this particular one was unique. It came in on a regular Tuesday valuation day and had been worn a handful of times and still retained its original box, papers and receipt from 1967. It went on to sell for £14,500.

House record - a gentleman's 18ct Rolex Oyster perpetual cosmograph Daytona wrist watch, sold for £16,000

A 1948 Jaeger LeCoultre stainless steel British Military mark 11 wristwatch, sold for £4,400

Most memorable find - a stainless steel Rolex Oyster Perpetual meters first Submariner, 1967, sold for £14,500

A mid 20th Century Patek Philippe gentleman's 18ct automatic wrist watch, sold for £8,600

A mid 20th Century platinum Jaeger LeCoultre lady's diamond cocktail watch, sold for £13,000

An 18ct hallmarked J W Benson half hunter crown wind pocket , sold for £1,700

A 9ct white and rose gold Rolex Imperial Prince pocket watch, sold £1,450

A 1940s Vacheron and Constantin 18ct gentleman's chronograph wristwatch, sold £7,100

A 1960s Omega Seamaster 300 stainless steel gentlemans automatic divers wristwatch, sold for £6,000

A 1960s Kelek 'Champ Europe 5.5 JI Neuchatel 1968 gentleman's yachting chronograph wristwatch, sold for £3,100

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