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    A FINE AND MAGNIFICENT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND-SET TONNEAUFORM TOURBILLON WRISTWATCH REF 30670 MALTE REGULATOR TOURBILLON CASE NO 815073

    Cal. VC 1795R manual winding nickel lever movement, 27 jewels, monometallic balance rotating within a one-minute tourbillon carriage, 18k white gold dial with pavé-set diamond, time display in regulator style, aperture to reveal one-minute tourbillon indicating constant seconds, 18k white gold case, baguette-cut diamond-set bezel, band and lugs, sapphire crystal display back secured by 6 screws, case, crystal top and movement signed, with an 18k white gold and diamond-set Vacheron Constantin folding clasp.

    Circa : 2009

    Dimensions : diameters 39.5 x 42mm

    Estimate

    Rs. 1,26,00,000 - 1,57,50,000

  • Description

    RICHARD MILLERM010 AUTOMATIC BIG DATE - RM010 TITANIUM CASE NO 835

    This unique tourbillion shaped watch personifies mastery in mechanics. At caliber RMAS7, skeletonized automatic movement with hours, minutes, seconds, date and a massive power reserve of 55 hours, it is a tank of a watch. Aiming for utmost precision, the date change is semi-instantaneous, placed in a vertical aperture at 7 o’clock. The calendar disc of sapphire crystal is treated with non-reflective coating. The double barrel system helps improve torque stability over a longer period by utilizing more turns of the barrel, thus reducing pressure and wear on the moving parts, resulting in improved long-term performance.

    Richard Mille watches stand apart from other brands due to their intricate, puzzle like case designs, and this model is no different. This titanium case is the result of years of research and development. Each case involves 202 separate machining operations, and takes approximately 18 days to complete. The technical prowess that is involved is similar to what it takes to engineer spacecrafts, Formula 1 cars and racing yachts, which is what makes this a truly special piece.

    This Mens Richard Mille RM010 AG TI watch has a 39.3mm case size. It comes with a Transparent dial, has a Titanium watch case and a Titanium bracelet which fastens with a double-fold clasp.

    This watch is water resistant down to 50 m.It also has Display Back, Luminescent hands, Luminescent Numerals, Luminous indexes. This watch comes with original box presentation.

    Circa : 2008

    Dimensions : 48 x 39.3 mm

    Estimate

    Rs. 30,00,000 - 45,00,000

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    HUBLOT BIG BANG - BAT BANG TOURBILLON BLACK DIAMOND (UNIQUE -ONLY ONE IN THE WORLD) CASE NO 887690

    Ceramic case with a black rubber strap, fixed bezel set with bezel, black dial with diamonds dial with silver-toned hands. dial type: analog, hand wind movement, scratch resistant sapphire crystal, round case shape, functions: hour, minute, luxury watch style, watch label: Swiss made. This watch comes with original box presentation and papers.

    Dimensions : diameter 44 mm

    Estimate

    Rs. 53,55,000 - 78,75,000

  • Description

    A SET OF THREE STAINLESS STEEL WRISTWATCHES, LONGINES, 130 YEARS 165 ANNIVERSARY, LIMITED EDITION, 0044/1000

    Comprising: a stainless steel sweep seconds automatic wristwatch with date, 21 jewels, mono-metallic compensation balance, white dial, date aperture; a stainless steel sweep seconds automatic world time wristwatch with date, 33 jewels, mono-metallic compensation balance, white dial, outer ring with 24 cities of the world, date aperture; together with a stainless steel automatic chronograph wristwatch with registers and date, 25 jewels, mono-metallic compensation balance, white dial, subsidiary dials for constant seconds, 30-minutes and 12-hours registers, date aperture, case, dial and movement signed, fitted in a mahogany presentation box. (3 pieces.) This watch comes with original box presentation and paper.

    Circa : 1997

    Dimensions : diameters 38mm; 38mm and 41mm.

    Estimate

    Rs. 2,00,000 - 3,00,000

Lot 64 LONGINES

₹ 2,96,334
(Inclusive 15% margin)
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    ALEXANDREDUMAS

    Launched in 1996, just as perfect as the work of this great novelist are the Alexandre Dumas Writers Edition pens. Created from the finest of materials, they have a mysterious shimmering appearance which is set off by a dark brown precious resin cap. Every detail emphasises the personality of Alexandre Dumas.

    Incidentally, the first specimens of the Writers Edition Alexandre Dumas that were made erroneously carried the signature of his father a mistake that has made this version a rare collectors item.

    Alexandre Dumas was one of the most important novelists and playwrights of the 19th century. He knew better than anyone how to combine effective dialogue, dramatic tension and lucid description in gripping stories. His intellectually stimulating and ambitious works still captivate a large readership all over the world Dumas wrote nearly 300 novels, including such world-renowned classics as The Three Musketeers and The Count of Monte Cristo.

    This lot comes with outer sleeve, outer box, display box & booklet.

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    Estimate

    Rs. 80,000 - 1,20,000

Lot 65 MONTBLANC

₹ 61,119
(Inclusive 15% margin)
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    PATRON OF ART - ALEXANDER THE GREAT

    Launched in 1998, the magnificent Hellenistic age is reflected by the Patron of Art Edition Hommage à Alexander the Great. The goldplated cap of Edition 4810, which is shaped like a slender column, is richly ornamented with lotus flowers, which form a fascinating contrast to the black lacquer background. Gold-coloured veins flow through the black, finely marbled lacquer of the barrel.

    The 18-karat gold nib is delicately engraved with the stylised head of a ram the symbol of the god Amon a reference to Alexander the Great, who was once declared by an oracle to be the son of Amon on earth. Crafted of black marbled lacquer with golden veins, 18K goldplated end piece and cap decorated in intricate black enamel inlay.

    Few people have been able to shape the cultural course of the world so decisively as Alexander the Great. Through the influence of his teacher Aristotle, the young king of Macedonia sowed the seeds of Greek architecture, philosophy and art in large parts of the Orient during his conquests.

    The cities founded by him particularly Alexandria in Egypt soon became a centre of culture, science and research in the dawning age of Hellenism.

    This lot comes with outer sleeve, outer box, display box&booklet.

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    Estimate

    Rs. 2,00,000 - 2,50,000

Lot 66 MONTBLANC

₹ 1,26,500
(Inclusive 15% margin)
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    Voltaire Set : Ballpoint Pen, Fountain Pen&Mechanical Pencil

    The Writers Edition Voltaire seems to reflect the fascinating personality of Voltaire in every detail. The surface of black precious resin appears just as unfathomable as his thoughts. The engraved mountings and the cap top in vermeil gold-plated 925 sterling silver are as rich as the possessions of Voltaire, whose gold-coloured signature decorates the cap of the pen. The 18-karat gold nib, made by a master craftsman, is finished off by delicate engravings reminiscent of the age of Voltaire.

    Voltaire and his immense body of work, including comedies, philosophical discourses and letters, are unparalleled in modern times. Although even in his early years he came into conflict with the authorities because of the belligerency of his writings, his dramatic talent which he used to create works such as Candide made him one of the most acclaimed literary figures of his time.

    In his older years, Voltaire dedicated himself increasingly to philosophy. Writings such as the Philosophical Dictionary continue to provoke the deepest discussions, and keep alive Voltaire's memory as the spiritual father of the Enlightenment.

    This lot comes with outer sleeve, outer box, display box&booklet.

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    Estimate

    Rs. 1,00,000 - 1,25,000

Lot 67 MONTBLANC

₹ 84,186
(Inclusive 15% margin)
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    YEAR OF THE GOLDEN DRAGON

    The year 2000 was the Year of the Golden Dragon in China, something that occurs every 60 years and brings luck to those born under its sign. This black resin pen is ornamented with a solid gold dragon clip. The ruby-eyed dragon clutches in its mouth a perfect freshwater pearl. 5 ¼" (13.4 cm). Medium 18 K gold nib with engraved Chinese characters.

    This lot comes with outer sleeve, outer box, display box&booklet.

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    Estimate

    Rs. 2,50,000 - 3,00,000

Lot 68 MONTBLANC

₹ 1,53,065
(Inclusive 15% margin)
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    75TH ANNIVERSARY OF PASSION AND SOUL

    The Montblanc 75th Anniversary of Passion and Soul pen is a beautiful limited edition to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Meisterstück fountain pen line.When the first Meisterstück was manufactured over 90 years ago, it left an indelible mark on writing culture with its built-in inkwell and hand-crafted gold nib. The exceptional craftsmanship of the Montblanc masters produced an icon which has over a period of time redefined the pleasure and privilege of writing. The Montblanc 75th Anniversary Meisterstück Edition Fountain Pen is a symbol of rich tradition and the Montblanc inventive spirit as it continues to shape the future of fine writing culture. Quintessential for every fountain pen is its nib, in the case of this pen a heart-shaped 18k gold nib is what gives it true soul and transforms a simple tool into a superbly fashioned fine writing instrument.

    This lot comes with outer sleeve, outer box, display box&booklet.

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    Estimate

    Rs. 1,50,000 - 2,00,000

Lot 69 MONTBLANC

₹ 55,562
(Inclusive 15% margin)
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    PATRON OF ART - FRIEDRICH II THE GREAT

    Launched in 1999, in the honour of the Prussian king Friedrich II the Great is the Patron of Art Edition. The gold-plated barrel of Edition 4810 is decorated by two rings embellished with a pattern of curves. These, like the elegant clip, are also gold plated. A feature shared by the two editions is the 18-karat gold nib, which carries an engraving of the royal monogram of Fredericus Rex . An ingenious mechanism enables the pen to be screwedback into the barrel to protect it.

    This lot comes with outer sleeve, outer box, display box&booklet.

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    Estimate

    Rs. 2,00,000 - 2,50,000

Lot 70 MONTBLANC

₹ 94,875
(Inclusive 15% margin)
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    IMPERIAL DRAGON

    The Writers Edition Imperial Dragon gives this glorious creature new life and demonstrates why the dragon has fascinated people for centuries. Each pen in this edition is decorated by an elaborately made dragon clip in 925 sterling silver. Two rubies make the eyes of the dragon glow magically.

    The dragon clip and the engraved cap ring form a striking contrast to the barrel, which is made of black precious resin and the rhodiumplated 18-karat gold nib pays tribute to the mythical creature with an engraving of a dragon s head.

    For generations the dragon, like no other mythological creature, has fascinated people especially in the Far East. An awe inspiring, fire breathing fabled beast and a symbol of omnipotence, goodwill and wisdom. The dragon has always been an inspiration for and a central element of classic works by authors of fantasy literature.

    This lot comes with outer sleeve, outer box, display box&booklet.

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    Estimate

    Rs. 2,50,000 - 3,00,000

Lot 71 MONTBLANC

₹ 1,73,650
(Inclusive 15% margin)
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    YEAR OF THE GOLDEN DRAGON

    Montblanc pays tribute to the achievements of Asian culture with this Meissen porcelain pen decorated with a hand-painted motif of a benevolent dragon in imperial red and gold. Gold plated mountings. 5 11/16" (13.7cm) Medium 18 K gold nib engraved with Chinese characters. Red lacquered box with all original packaging and papers. Limited Edition of 888.

    This lot comes with outer sleeve, outer box, display box & booklet.

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    Estimate

    Rs. 5,00,000 - 8,00,000

Lot 72 MONTBLANC

₹ 2,88,650
(Inclusive 15% margin)
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    CATHERINE II THE GREAT

    Launched in 1997, the splendidly ornamented Patron of Art Edition Catherine II the Great commemorates the great era of the Russian Empire. Rose gold-plated ornamentation featuring blossom wreath motifs adorns the aubergine-coloured barrel of Edition 4810.

    Catherine the Great, who presided over the Russian Enlightenment, was one of the principal modernizers of Imperial Russia. Reflecting the many classical structures built under her reign, this magnificently ornamented instrument recalls the splendor of her court. The cap and body are made from aubergine resin with rose gold plated overlay and ornaments. Medium 18K gold nib with an Imperial Russian eagle.

    Tsarina Catherine s ambition was to continue the work of Peter the Great. Indeed, her commitment to the arts was impressive: she corresponded with Voltaire, Diderot and d Alembert, among others. She is responsible for having the Hermitage the famous winter palace erected in St. Petersburg and it is thanks to her love of painting that the royal art collection grew from a few dozen paintings to more than 4,000.

    This lot comes with outer sleeve, outer box, display box&booklet.

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    Estimate

    Rs. 2,00,000 - 2,50,000

  • Description

    Inspired by the design of Saint Peter's Cathedral. This celluloid and sterling silver piston-filling fountain pen features Montegrappa's trademark low-relief engraving. 5 ¾" (14.7). Medium 18 K two-tone rhodium-plated gold nib.

    This lot comes with outer sleeve, outer box, display box&booklet.

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    Estimate

    Rs. 1,50,000 - 2,00,000

Lot 74 MONTEGRAPPA

₹ 1,13,850
(Inclusive 15% margin)
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    PHILATELY: A PASSION FOR POST STAMPS

    Postage stamp which begun as a piece of paper in token of receipt of postage has gradually assumed additional functions. It is a channel through which one can commemorate, celebrate and promote national heritage and events. It is truly a statement of sovereignty of a nation. It frames national identity and carries an important message to both the outside world and the citizens of the country. Stamps are thus referred to as bearers of nationalist thoughts, beliefs and principles. The various facets of a stamp include it being used as a ‘Token of Postage’ and as a ‘Cultural Ambassador’.

    FIRST DAY COVERS

    First Day Covers are issued on the first day of availability of a new set of postage stamps. Thus the seminal collective is known as First Day Covers, these are stamped envelopes which were processed at the post office where the stamp was issued and has a cancellation indicating the same as well. The cancellation will often be specially designed for the occasion and will frequently state to the effect of "First Day of Issue”.

    Collecting First Day Covers is a popular aspect of stamp collecting and has a well-developed body of information and resources. One of the most well-known components of First Day Cover collecting are cachets. Cachets are the artwork which is incorporated to the envelope, complementing the stamp subject. In addition to numerous commercial artists and firms that produce cachets, individual collectors also often design their own artwork. Holistically three elements are brought out together to create First Day Cover those being, ‘There should be a cover official or private’, ‘Stamp or Stamps issued’ and‘First Day Official cancellation postmark’. Apart from First Day Covers with single stamp, there are FDCs with Set of Stamps, Se-tenant Stamps and Miniature Sheets which are considered part of the same category.

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    Estimate

    Rs. 2,50,000 - 4,50,000

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    These Commemorative Mahatma Gandhi Stamp are designed and printed with greater aesthetic inputs. They highlight various milestones achieved by the father of the nation. This lot is unique because it not only includes the stamps issued by the Department of Post in India but has stamps issued in the honour of Mahatma Gandhi by various post governing bodies worldwide. Commemorative Stamps are manufactured in limited quantities and generate great interest among philatelists and collectors.

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    Estimate

    Rs. 2,50,000 - 4,50,000

  • Description

    The Order of British India was an order of merit which was presented by the British East India Company. It was established on 17 April 1837 and was awarded to members of the British Indian Army for loyal and honourable service. After the Mutiny of 1857- 1858 got thwarted; the damaged East India Company and its Presidency Armies in British India came under the administrative authority of the British Empire. Consequently, the Order of British India was included as a part of the British honour system in the years 1859. The medal was originally introduced with three classes namely first, second and third. It was reduced to two classes when the Victoria Cross replaced the first class medal and was later reduced to a singular class in 1944. The recipients of the Medal of the first class were allowed to utilise the title Sardar Bahadur (heroic leader) and the recipients of second class were permitted to use the title Bahadur (hero). The receivers of both classes of medals also adopted the post-nominal letters ‘OBI’. A recipient technically needed to be in possession of the lower class before being awarded a higher class, although occasionally recipients were awarded the higher class if they performed more than one act of gallantry. The recipients of the order received increased pay and pension allowances and were very highly regarded. The order of merit was disused after the partition of India and the birth of the Republic of India in the year 1947.

    Order of British India, First Class Type 2, neck badge, Gold and enamel, 37. 50g. In centre, an enamelled medallion design composed of lion on sky blue background, legend ORDER OF BRITISH INDIA around on sky blue background. The medallion is enclosed in a laurel wreath which is set in an eight-pointed star-burst.

    Extremely Fine, Extremely Rare.

    Circa : 1939

    Estimate

    Rs. 1,50,000 - 2,00,000

  • Description

    Sir Roger Gilbert Bannister, CH, CBE was born on the 23rd of March 1929. He is an English former middle-distance athlete, physician and academic, who ran the first sub-four-minute mile. During the 1952 Olympics in Helsinki, Bannister set a British record in the 1500 metres but finished fourth. This strengthened his resolve to be the first 4-minute miler.

    He achieved this feat on 6 May 1954 at Iffley Road track in Oxford, with Chris Chataway and Chris Brasher providing the pacing. When the announcer declared "The time was three...", the cheers of the crowd drowned out Bannister's exact time, which was 3 min 59.4 sec.

    Bannister's record lasted just 46 days. He had reached this record with minimal training, while practising as a junior doctor.

    Bannister went on to become a distinguished neurologist and Master of Pembroke College, Oxford, before retiring in 1993. When asked whether the 4-minute mile was his proudest achievement, he said he felt prouder of his contribution to academic medicine through research into the responses of the nervous system. Bannister is patron of the MSA Trust.

    Presentation size : 10 x 18 x 13 inches

    Estimate

    Rs. 50,000 - 80,000

  • Description

    Renowned Australian artist, Brian Clinton has successfully captured both the skill and character of the man in his homage to Australia’s greatest batsman and sporting hero Sir Donald Bradman. Personally signed by “the Don” to celebrate his 90th birthday, this limited edition print deserves a place of honor on the wall of any cricket lover and sports fan.

    Presentation size : 40.5 x 29.5 in

    Estimate

    Rs. 1,50,000 - 2,50,000

Lot 79 SIR DONALD BRADMAN SIGNED PRINT

₹ 1,58,125
(Inclusive 15% margin)
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    A signed poster highlighting the milestone achievements of SRT’s illustrious career on the field. Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar made his debut for the national team in the year 1989 against Pakistan,his foray into the international circuit was when he was aged 16, this itself was a record as he was the youngest player to don the national colours. This poster is a collage of pictures encapsulating the innumerable records he established along the way. The perpetual record setter was felicitated by the Prime Minister’s office with the title of the Bharat Ratna soon after he played his final match. He is the youngest recipient to date and the first ever sportsperson to receive the same. Undoubtedly he is a talisman of Indian sportsmanship and has glorified the nation’s prestige. A video footage of spectators and club members standing ovation to him when he walked out for the last time to play at the Lords stadium in England depicts the adulation he received not only in India but all over the world.

    Presentation size : 34 x 38 in

    Estimate

    Rs. 80,000 - 1,20,000

Lot 80 SACHIN TENDULKAR

₹ 69,575
(Inclusive 15% margin)