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Sir Elton John’s Best UK Cartier Crash Super Clone Watches Online Comes Up For Sale

AAA Swiss Cartier Crash super clone watches owned by Sir Elton John is going under the hammer at Christie’s New York next month as part of a sale of items from the singer’s home in Atlanta.

A series of eight auctions of the UK cheap Cartier copy watches begins in New York and online on February 21.

Atlanta became a home from home for Elton John when he toured the United States, and he put down roots in 1992 when he bought an apartment on Peachtree Road in the city.

The address became the name of Sir Elton’s twenty-seventh studio album, released in November 2004.

It is also used as a headline for the auction series, which is dubbed The Collection of Sir Elton John: Goodbye Peachtree Road.

He reportedly sold the condo at the end of last year and is holding his equivalent of a garage sale at Christie’s.

Objects from Peachtree Road include art by the likes of Andy Warhol, Helmut Newton, Robert Mapplethorpe, Peter Beard, Herb Ritts and Richard Avedon; some of which are personalised for the singer.

A Damien Hirst signed and inscribed ‘xxx for Elton + David love Damien Thank You,’ has an estimate of $350,000-450,000.

A portrait of Elton John by Julian Schnabel, is estimated to be worth $200,000-300,000.

The sale has a selection of iconic fashion from Sir Elton’s dazzling stage shows including a an Ivory and Gold Ensemble designed by Annie Reavey in circa 1971 and a pair of his trademark platform boots in silver and red that have an estimate of $5,000 to $10,000.

Sir Elton John is a keen watch collector, but the only timepiece that has so far been publicised by Christie’s is 1991 top Cartier Crash replica watches.

The 18ct gold high quality super clone Cartier watches with a silvered dial has an estimate of $70,000 to $100,000.

That is an estimate designed to lure in buyers. A recent equivalent perfect Cartier Crash fake watches, without a celebrity connection, sold at Sotheby’s in London for $191,000 in September last year.

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