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Four very interesting auctions will take place in the last month of 2012. These high-end watches are sure to be very appealing to those who do not mind paying an astronomical price for a truly exceptional timepiece. Bonham's will organize three of these sales, and Antiquorum will hold the fourth. Rolex Sea Dweller Replica Reference 50016 with its unique black and red dial is the most intriguing of all pieces to be auctioned off in December. This timepiece has a tourbillon, a minute-repeater, moon phases, and a perpetual clock (valued between $500,000 and $700,000). The sales will also feature watches by the same high-end manufacturer: Reference 5079, with automatic winding, a cathedral-minute repeater (valued at $400,000-$480,000), Reference 2499 featuring a perpetual clock with moon phases and chronograph (valued between $250,000 and $350,000), and an 18th-century musical clock from James replica watches This month, a wide range of incredible watches will be available. Some of them are priced in six figures.

The first auction, according to chronology, will take place on December 12, and it's the Fine Clocks Sales of Bonham's London. On the following day, December 13, there will be two more auctions: Bonham's bicoastal Fine Watches and Clocks Auctions in the United States and Antiquorum’s Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces Auctions in New York. Bonham's will hold their final Fine Watches and Wristwatches sale in London on December 18.

Bonham's Fine Clocks Auction, LondonThe first major horological sale in December will feature several interesting clocks. The one by James Cox is likely to be the most popular. The musical table clock is made of agate panels and mounted on silver. It has been decorated with the ormolu technique. This intricate clock has a moonphase indicator and is sold with its original key, signed by James Cox. The legendary craftsman, best known for his musical clocks and automata, was not a professional watchmaker. He was a jeweler and goldsmith. Cox collaborated with artisans to create products that he had designed. Cox was also a designer of small luxury pieces, such as snuffboxes or caskets. These often featured movements and watches and were sometimes used as elements in compositions on a larger scale. His products were primarily intended for export. Today, many of his creations can be found in museums around the world (for instance, you can see his life-size peacock automaton in Saint Petersburg's Hermitage).

James Cox: A Lavish Intricacy in a Musical ClockThe clock, which will be auctioned at the first December auction, is an excellent example of Cox’s complex work and the many details that are included in his products. The entire composition is based on a commode of that time. A silver dragon figure is placed on the top of this commode, above the dial. The dragon is mounted on an urn.Chopard Replica Other elements include silver flowerheads set with stones, agate panels and ormolu borders. The enamel dial at the top (with poker hands and steel beetles) is the only element that strictly relates to watchmaking. There are also a moonphase, a gilt subsidiary counter and an enamel dial with a steel bug. The whole composition measures 14.25 inches in height. It is not surprising that this mid-18th century piece has an estimated value between $240,000 to $400,000.