NOVEMBER 1, 2020
Horology & Jewelry Live* Auction Event
*Due to the pandemic, we will not have live bidders in attendance.  Our auctioneers will be live-streamed and will accept bids online or by pre-arranged telephone bids.   Telephone bids must be set up no later than Thursday, October 29th, and there is limited availability, so please contact us as soon as the catalog is released.
****This weekend is daylight savings time here in the United States (as well as about 70 other countries)!  We will "gain" an hour overnight from Saturday into Sunday.  If you have any uncertainty as to when the auction will take place in your time zone, please go to our online catalog on auction day to find out.  The auctioneer will begin to offer lots starting with Lot 1 at 11:00 am EST on Sunday, November 1st.****
NEW STARTING WITH THIS LIVE WEBCAST AUCTION!  All live auctions now also offer free shipping within the United States as well as Paypal and CurrencyPay as payment options!
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CLICK BELOW FOR THE FULL ONLINE CATALOG!  Online pre-bidding is now open!
or You Can View our Digital Catalog:
Click on the Lot Order Guide below to download and print the lot order guide for reference:
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 Above, 18K gold and amethyst Alfred Dunhill table lighter in the style of a lighthouse perched atop a rocky shore, set with 9 rectangular cut AAA quality amethysts, solid amethyst base weighing in excess of 100 lbs, lighthouse base with engraved and textured pattern to look like bricks with a small ladder leading up to a fenced ledge with a small door, the base tapers to a second fenced ledge and then onto a third fenced ledge at the top, hinged top opens to reveal a hand held gas lighter in the same brick design as the base also in 18K yellow gold, the hollow interior of the lighthouse is wired to function as a light with the top sending out a cool purple glow to compliment the base. Lighthouse measures 18 inches tall from base of ladder to top of spire x 5-3/4 inches at the widest point of the base, removable lighter measures 32mm x 154mm, amethyst base measures 22 inches x 25 inches x 7 inches at the tallest point. This particular piece was sold in Dunhill's 1985 Christmas collection for $56,000 and held the Guinness world record for decades for the most expensive table lighter in the world!
Above, Rolex Cosmograph Daytona, reference 6265, fresh to market having sat in a safety deposit box since the mid 1980s, completely unpolished with box, papers and matching hang tags.
Above, an exceedingly rare watch, one of the most impressive American watches in existence, Waltham minute repeater with split-seconds chronograph and 60-minute register, 16-17J, 16S, in very heavy 18K gold.
This is one of only two total examples of which we are aware!  The lone other example of a split-seconds minute repeating Waltham that we have encountered is serial number 3793206 (a consecutive serial number to the presently offered watch) which was sold by Sothebys in 2004, was formerly a part of the Rockford Time Museum collection, and had a case noted as "reconstructed" with "new covers, bow, crown, & stem" per Donald Hoke's "The Time Museum Historical Catalogue of American Watches."  The presently offered example is notable for its superb condition throughout including its very heavy original gold hunting case made by prestigious New York casemaker Jeannot & Shiebler.  In all an exquisitely beautiful piece, and we are thrilled to offer it in our November Live Auction Event to the collecting community!
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MORE HEADLINERS (Click our early preview catalog above to view hundreds of lots):
Above, Patek Philippe five-minute repeater with split-seconds chronograph and 60-minute register, 53mm, heavy 18K rose gold original HC with beautiful dark blue enamel.
Above, Rolex Oyster Perpetual Turn-O-Graph, reference 6202, circa 1954. 
Above, A. Lange & Söhne, Glashütte, chronograph with 30-minute register, 18K gold original HC, with original fitted leather box with certificate bearing matching movement serial number as well as a 17-inch 14K gold chain. 
Above,  Albert H. Potter, Geneva, lever chronometer, serial #31, in 18K gold original Albert H. Potter signed HC, an exquisite example of this top quality maker's work.
Above, Cartier oval watch with sundial and compass, by European Watch and Clock Co, 32mm x 49mm, original 18K case. 
Above, Hamilton, Grade 947 "Extra," 23J, 18S, in 14K multicolor gold box hinge original HC and with fancy enamel dial.  A beautiful example of this extremely rare watch, the total production of the Grade 947 is 310 made but only a very small fraction were marked "Extra."
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(Click here for more details on our How to Bid page!)
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the pandemic, attending in person and bidding live will not be an option at this auction.
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Bid live online DURING the auction
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Place absentee bids during the three week window before the auction either online or by phone, email, fax or mail
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Bid live on the phone DURING the auction (must be set up no later than Thursday, October 29th, limited availability)

Jones & Horan
453 Mast Rd, Goffstown, NH 03045
Tel: 603-623-5314
Fax: 603-626-5974
Email: auctions@jones-horan.com
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