Through Timepieces for HSNY: 2021 Charity Auction, HSNY offers seven incredible timepieces, including a watch created for HSNY by Arnold & Son depicting the Manhattan Bridge (lot 7). The HM HSNY watch features a miniature painting the bridge on the dial displayed against a mother-of-pearl sky. At night, windows in thebrick buildings, the street lights and Manhattan Bridge are illuminated thanks to Super-LumiNova on the hand-painted scene.
Other highlights include a Rolex Ref. 5500 with inside case back stamped 1002 that is a rare stainless steel wristwatch with bracelet, “Pool-Intairdril” logo, and presentation box, c. 1979. This is lot #1 and the watch is estimated to sell for between $2,000 to $3,000. A silver Ulysse Nardin chronometer deck watch, circa 1942 and donated by the brand is also up for sale. It was originally made for the British Hydrographic Service and is sold with brass case, wooden box, and extract from the archives. LOT #2; Estimate: $2,000 to $4,000.
A Patek Philippe Ref. 3589 fine, rare, and unusual white gold cushion-shaped wristwatch with blue Roman-numeral dial, circa 1973 comprises lot #3, and is expected to fetch between $3,000 and $5,000, while a rare 2014 Greubel Forsey Double Tourbillon 30° mechanical model (not the watch, a model of the mechanism) is also up for sale. Interested consumers should download the Phillips app to browse, track, save and bid on Timepieces for HSNY: 2021 Charity Auction.