As part of its recent commitment to move into year-round watch retail, Phillips auction house is holding an exhibition-cum-sale of 200 rare Swatch watches from 25-28th October.
Here are some of our favourites - ok, some of the weirdest watches on offer.
The X-rated became a favourite of skaters, punks and fashionistas, and was revived in 2018. £450.
Cased in solid platinum, the Tresor Magique launched in 1993 outside the New York Mercantile Exchange for $1,618. It uses an automatic calibre and was "limited" to 12,999 pieces. £1,700
The Sweet Baby has six baby faces on the dial and several more on the strap. £90
The OONGAWAH features a retro cartoon of Tarzan on the dial and was named after his signature cry. £70
Designed by Swiss abstract painter and designer Felice Varini as part of a set celebrating Switzerland's 700th anniversary as a nation. £90
The Halloween special "Hot Stuff" came with bespoke packaging to match. £100
This red and cream quartz chronograph includes a tachymetric scale in knots.
This vintage Swatch chronograph has recently been subject to a flurry of interest among Italian collectors after being spotted on the wrist of Fiorentia manager, Daniele Prade, in August. £450
Designed by Viviane Westwood, the Swatch Putti has a very unusual transparent case with an aperture for the crown at 12 o'clock. £150
Celebrating the sale of 100 million Swatch watches. £100