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Every day on Vaughn and company would tell -- that time is money well today is literally it really use.
Joining the company is oil box he's Christie's international head all -- watches -- welcome back to the program together when -- before is that correct.
Regrettably not been a delight to to be here today with you okay.
Please put the camera on a particular watch which is sitting right next to my right hand as we speak this is the watch.
Previously owned by the wanna let -- was yeah.
You have played all that is a -- -- Philippe watch it was formally owned by Eric Clapton.
And you gonna auction this thing -- enough yes I have the privilege -- produce in Geneva.
-- Christie's on the November 12 auction of important watch this case are you gonna tell me what kind of price -- expect to get four.
With great pleasure we have an auction estimate published in the -- -- Of -- roughly two point seven to four point two million dollars two point seven to four point two that's the range expected for Eric Clapton's watch now.
Supposing it was not Eric Clapton's what it was just a regular old politics to -- How much.
Two point seven to -- daughter no you -- the -- job.
-- -- is officially as a regular -- part of OK but are you so there's no premium no bonus added because it's Eric Clapton.
We have not -- and the premium.
In our estimate in fact is is probably one of the single most important practically brisk -- in private hands its.
The most coveted model preference 2419 on.
One of only two ever made in platinum and into lemonade and went platinum look at the other one is permanently at the -- -- museum in Geneva does is does he want and only piece of private collector can ever buy of dispersion I can't believe that the world's greatest guitarists -- Does not place any kind of premium on the watch that he used to have -- sold just pocket for me.
So I didn't say it doesn't but we lead up to our clients to decide on the day of -- and how much they're bidding will be imposed by this I governor -- -- currently owns the watch he's auctioning off now is immediate what he may do with that money or is this just a personal thing now.
I did not ask him to -- a she's not a charitable auction -- Is it -- watches this.
Yes OK you've got another one was can we put the put it up on the -- has -- the middle this one right yeah and that his modest sort of option Eric Clapton didn't -- -- You know we'll -- what he's asking what's it about this is this is a very interesting watch and done it's it's particularly interesting because it's it's -- world congress what's making ninety fortune on.
Only three examples of this model where ever made with this clause may enamel -- It was done at the time when Patrick sleep and many other manufacturer thought.
That into can't central traveling would demand a world congress watcher -- Watson tells the time in 42 different locations simultaneously perfect -- -- that I got to tell you I'm sorry it is.
Clapton's walked which is gonna steal the show and it just is he's gone you realize that you from -- -- -- -- much about it confidential but nonetheless.
Oil -- that that was an insult I don't -- yeah.
I'm -- -- you have a come back four bucks which is a pleasure doing things you have.