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LOT 33 A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL ALFRED DUNHILL AUTOMATIC CALENDAR BRACELET WATCH CIRCA 2005 D: White lacquered dial with applied Arabic numerals, outer date calendar. M: Automatic movement signed A. Dunhill. C: Circular case with stepped bezel, case diameter measures approx. 40mm. B: Original A. Dunhill bracelet. £450-£550


LOT 34 A GENTLEMAN’S 18K SOLID ROSE GOLD ALFRED DUNHILL CLASSIC AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH CIRCA 2012, REF. CH062, WITH JAEGER-LECOULTRE MOVEMENT, UNWORN WITH ORIGINAL BOX D: Silver guilloche dial with rose gold batons, subsidiary seconds, date aperture. M: 34 jewel automatic movement with part 22ct solid gold rotor, signed Jaeger-LeCoultre & numbered. C: Circular case with exhibition back, signed A. Dunhill LTD London, hallmarked & numbered, original crown, case diameter measures approx. 38mm. S: Original A. Dunhill leather strap & 18k solid gold deployment clasp. £3,000-£3,500


LOT 35 A GENTLEMAN’S 18K SOLID ROSE GOLD ALFRED DUNHILL FACET WRISTWATCH CIRCA 2012, REF. UH012, WITH JAEGER-LECOULTRE MOVEMENT, WITH ORIGINAL BOX D: Silver striped dial with applied Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds, blue steel hands. M: 21 jewel manual wind movement signed Jaeger-LeCoultre & numbered. C: Rectangular faceted case & crystal, exhibition back, signed A. Dunhill LTD London, hallmarked & numbered, original crown, case measures approx. 50mm (including lugs) by 26mm. S: Original A. Dunhill leather strap & 18k solid gold deployment clasp. £3,000-£3,500


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