Last Chance to Bid on Discontinued Richard Mille RM011 Felipe Massa

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There are just 24 hours left to bid on a Richard Mille RM 011 Felipe Masa AH WG through London-based auctioneers, Watch Collecting.

This 2009 example in grade 5 titanium and white gold was put up for sale last week in a seven-day timed auction and so far 35 bids from 11 bidders have seen the price rise to £100,000 GBP ($138,800 USD).

The automatic flyback chronograph with annual calendar was developed with Brazilian F1 driver Felipe Massa in mind in 2007. The model spawned a number of different references in a multitude of materials and colorways before being discontinued 2016.

Watch Collecting lists the model with box and papers as being in good condition for its age but showing “visible marks and scratches” on its case and clasp. The watch is said to have been serviced twice at Richard Mille, last in 2016.

The auction closes on Tuesday 10 August at 10am EST.

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