Important Information
Notice to UK Bidders
The following lots 190 to 204 have been imported into the UK and will incur 20% VAT applied to the hammer price as well as the buyer’s premium of 25.2.% (including VAT). Therefore non-VAT registered bidders in the UK will be charged a total of 45.2% applied to the final hammer price. UK VAT registered bidders will be able to claim the 20% VAT back on these lots.
Notice to International Bidders
The following lots 190 to 204 have been imported into the UK. All VAT will be excluded for international bidders from outside the UK only if watches are exported/shipped and not collected here in the UK. Therefore the total buyer’s premium for international bidders where lots are exported is 21%. Import VAT & Duty may be applicable in the destination country where the lots are shipped to (this is the responsibly of the buyer and watches will only be declared at full value).
Please contact us if you would like further information.

First time bidders may be asked to supply a copy of ID before being approved to bid online. 

Every sale will be subject to a buyer’s premium added to the hammer price.

VAT can be excluded for lots shipped outside of the UK. 

All estimates are excluding premium. 

Condition Report Grading (Mint, Excellent, Very Good, Good, Fair, Poor). 

Dials are only believed to be original if stated in the condition report. We do not speculate on the originality of hands, nor the originality of the luminous material on the dials & hands, nor the originality of polishing to cases.

All descriptions and condition reports are solely our own opinion. If a lot cannot be viewed in person then additional images will be provided on request. Bidders should therefore satisfy themselves on condition & originality prior to bidding. 

The Art Loss Register is the world’s largest private database of lost and stolen art, antiques, watches and collectables. The ALR provides Watches of Knightsbridge with a due diligence service for every catalogue. This involves searching all items with an upper estimate value of £1,000 and above against its watch database ( to determine whether any item has been reported stolen or subject to claim.



We do not automatically charge the card registered online (unless payment has not been made within 2 weeks of the auction date), therefore successful bidders must settle invoices via the following methods: 

Debit or credit card - This can be done at our premises during/post auction or online through the Payment section of our website. We do not take card payments over the telephone. We accept Mastercard, Visa & AMEX (There is no surcharge for card payments). 

Bank transfer - If transferring from a foreign currency, the amount we receive must be the total due in pounds sterling (after currency conversion and the deduction of any bank charges).

Sterling cash - We accept cash payments up to £8,000.

Sterling cheque - Made payable to ‘Watches of Knightsbridge Ltd.’. It will be necessary to allow at least six working days for the cheque to clear before collecting or shipping your purchases.