Tomorrow (July 13) sees the fifth weekly online Wholesale Watch sale at Heritage Auctions.
These auction items are only available online, with bids taken directly through Heritage's website. All the lots will be closing at 10:00pm central time.
The watches on offer range from wrist and pocket watches, right through to wholesale lots of watches including familiar names like Rolex, Omega and TF Cooper.
Jim Wolf, Timepiece Auctions Director at Heritage Auctions said in a statement: "We're confident this weekly watch auction will prove a 'must follow' event for watch collectors of all levels."
This week's auction features some truly unique timepieces. Highlights include a Waltham Model 88 pocket watch, with a 14 karat, rose gold case and a gold centred wheel.
Heritage auctions have placed an estimated price of £660 ($1,000) and up on this model, which comes in good working condition.
However, for film and watch collectors alike, the steel Omega "James Bond Seamaster" could be the biggest draw.
This model of watch was worn by Pierce Brosnan in his four James Bond films.
Its face features blue dials alongside a unique wave pattern and luminous markets and represents a classic example of the development of precision time pieces in the twentieth century.
The classic and collectible watch has a low estimate of £660 ($1,000) attached.
And, for ladies, look no further than the two tone steel and gold 1993 Swiss Rolex.
As time goes on, the value of good condition Rolex time pieces could soar, and this collectible represents a classic of the period.
The dial features classic white enamel, alongside gold Roman numerals and gold batons.
With a low end estimate of £660 ($1,000) this women's watch could exceed all expectations come the close of the auction tomorrow night.
But the biggest draw of the auction could well be the 18 karat gold pocket watch created by T.F. Cooper's of London. The case comes with a unique engraving of a paddle wheel steam boat alongside swirls and floral patterns.