Collectors will be competing for the Omega, De Ville-Central Tourbillon wristwatch in 18ct yellow gold, No. 11. Launched in 1994, this is the world's first automatic wristwatch with central tourbillon regulator made in honour of the 100th anniversary of the founding of Omega. Antiquorum described this watch is an example of a very fine and rare, diamond chronometer wristwatch with visible central one-minute flying tourbillon regulator and Omega 18ct yellow gold deployant clasp. It is further accompanied by an Omega box. Antiquorum will be offering a Harry Winston Ref. 400-MAT44W Ocean Tourbillon 110 Hours, No. 34/80, produced in a limited edition of 80 pieces in 2006. This is described as a very fine and rare, large 18K white gold wristwatch with visible one-minute tourbillon, 110 hours power-reserve and an 18ct white gold Harry Winston buckle. It is accompanied by a Harry Winston box and guarantee. This DeWitt will be part of the sale. It is Ref NE 080.53 Academia One Minute Tourbillon Mysterieux, No. 23/50, made in limited edition of 50 pieces circa 2006. Antiquorum descibed it as a very fine and oversized, one minute tourbillon wristwatch in 18ct pink gold with an 18K pink gold DeWitt double deployant clasp. Antiquorum is labelling this watch as one not to be missed. It is a Breguet tourbillon in white gold, Ref.3357, Brevet du 7 Messidor An 9.Tourbillon No. 2800. Made in the 1990s, this is very fine and rare, white gold wristwatch with visible one-minute tourbillon regulator and an 18ct white gold Breguet deployant clasp. This Jaeger LeCoultre, Ref.233.64.20, Reverso Gyrotourbillon 2 in platinum is a higlight of the sale. Made in a limited edition of 75 pieces circa 2009, this watch is a large reversible platinum wristwatch with visible Jaeger-LeCoultre caliber 174 with inclined two-cage multi-axis spherical tourbillon, 50 hour power reserve and 24-hour indication.