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Thanks for mentioning the Phillips Hong Kong auction . . . I was aware of it, but missed it when I was doing the posting.
Use this link to see the 15 Heuers to be offered there -- https://www.phillips.com/auctions/auction/HK080117/filter/Artist=Heuer
So that brings the total to 43 vintage Heuers, over the next couple of weeks.
: Thanks for that, Jeff. Some very interesting lots in Christie's,
: and I would add one more auction (not in Geneva) to the list -
: the Phillip's Hong Kong Auction on May 30th.
: Link to Phillips HK (15 Heuers):
: Of particular note for me:
: The very nice Rindt Autavias in Phillips HK and Christie's -
: Will they continue to fetch Daytona prices at auction? If so, it
: would seem to substantiate a few "blips" in previous
: auctions. These are two of the nicest examples to hit the block
: in a while (in my opinion).
: The Rare Carreras - Carreras have seemed to be overshadowed
: by screwback Autavias in the past year, but there are a few in
: these auctions that I expect to make some noise. The Yachting
: and SN in Christie's, as well as the NST and Volvo NST in the HK
: The Ugly Ducklings...Camaros - Camaros have never seemed to
: perform well at auction. Will this wave finally reverse course
: for them? Or will the case shape just remain an enigma to
: discerning collectors?