17th July - Collectible Watches

Watch lovers with all budgets can expect to get their hands on timepieces by Rolex, Patek Philippe, Cartier, Audemars Piguet and Vacheron Constantin.

17th, 18th and 19th July - Important Jewels

Four sales of jewellery will take place at Monte Carlo's Café de Paris. In total, 725 lots will be going under the hammer, including iconic pieces as well as rare, vintage collectibles.

A sublime necklace with diamonds and sapphires is likely to have bidders from around the globe going to battle.

20th July - Russian Art

Almost 300 works of Russian Art including icons, historical memorabilia, jewellery, decorative arts, paintings and engravings on 20th.

21st July - Luxury leather goods and jewellry collection

This sale will is one for fashionistas! As well as a wonderful collection of vintage Louis Vuitton suitcases, major fashion houses including Chanel, Dior, Hermès and Céline will be going under the hammer, giving a chance for these iconic and timeless handbags to find a new arm to adorn!

23rd July  - Cars and boats and luxury collection

Porsche, Rolls, Maserati, Triumph, Jaguar, Bentley and Ferrari,  all the best names in collectible and sports cars will be part of the sale on 23rd.

A Lancia 037 equipped with a Volumex supercharged engine, built in 1983 is set to attract a lot of bidders. This was the car driven by the crew Capone / Pirollo, who finished first in the Rally della Lana in 1983. This automobile has an exceptional and comprehensive history, having belonged to the Abarth family.

24th July  - Paintings and modern sculpture, design, photography

The sale ends with works by Fernand Léger, Eugène Boudin, Felix Ziem, Albert Lebourg, Otto Wols, Germaine Richier and Diego Giacometti. Enough said!

Check out the entire sale here.