Bonhams’ initial press release doesn’t list everything, but it does offer a wide delta in terms of both style and price, including a handful of options that are estimated to sell for around $500, including a no reserve 1973 “Yachtman UFO” (seen in the lead image, right) and a 1975 “Pepsi Pogue” with an estimate between $320 and $650 (seen above, third from left). Looking for something a bit more elevated? What about the decidedly cool 2010 Spring Drive Spacewalk Chronograph ref. SPS005 (shown below and estimated to land between ~ $20,000 and $23,500).
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