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Luxury watches belonging to Bono and Prince Albert of Monaco and others are heading to the auction block. The timepieces are being sold in Guy Laliberte's 'One Drop' charity auction. They include rare items from the U2 frontman and the royal, as well as Formula 1 star, David Coulthard. Canadian businessman and TV star Kevin O'Leary has also donated. The sale will take place on December 12, in association with auction house, Phillips. It is expected to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. It will feature 12 lots "dedicated specifically to One Drop and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation's missions of providing access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and working towards improving climate resilience for some of the world's most vulnerable communities". Guy Laliberte, the founder of Cirque du Soleil, One Drop and Lune Rouge has donated four Audemars Piquet timepieces. Bono had donated a vintage, 18 karat pink gold Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece along with a framed drawing of U2 lyrics, 'The First Time' dated 2020. Bono originally gifted this particular watch to his father, who Bono credits with giving him his voice. Kevin O'Leary is donating his iconic Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 116500LN with signature red band. And David Coulthard is donating an IWC timepiece from his personal collection. From IWC's iconic Big Pilot collection, Coulthard's Le Petite Prince model was released in 2016 and features a stunning, vintage-inspired blue dial designed for aviators. The connection between racing cars and watches is natural for Coulthard, who enjoys the precision and functionality in the design and engineering of wristwatches. "The impact of Covid-19 on the population of the emerging and developing countries will have deep and durable consequences. That's why we called this joint initiative 'TIME COUNTS', we have to act now and raise money for this critical cause and show that we care," said Guy Laliberte. Please credit One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA. 17 Nov 2020 Pictured: Prince Albert II of Monaco Montre Rebellion Predator 2.0 $10,000-$20,000. Photo credit: One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Luxury watches belonging to Bono and Prince Albert of Monaco and others are heading to the auction block. The timepieces are being sold in Guy Laliberte's 'One Drop' charity auction. They include rare items from the U2 frontman and the royal, as well as Formula 1 star, David Coulthard. Canadian businessman and TV star Kevin O'Leary has also donated. The sale will take place on December 12, in association with auction house, Phillips. It is expected to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. It will feature 12 lots "dedicated specifically to One Drop and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation's missions of providing access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and working towards improving climate resilience for some of the world's most vulnerable communities". Guy Laliberte, the founder of Cirque du Soleil, One Drop and Lune Rouge has donated four Audemars Piquet timepieces. Bono had donated a vintage, 18 karat pink gold Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece along with a framed drawing of U2 lyrics, 'The First Time' dated 2020. Bono originally gifted this particular watch to his father, who Bono credits with giving him his voice. Kevin O'Leary is donating his iconic Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 116500LN with signature red band. And David Coulthard is donating an IWC timepiece from his personal collection. From IWC's iconic Big Pilot collection, Coulthard's Le Petite Prince model was released in 2016 and features a stunning, vintage-inspired blue dial designed for aviators. The connection between racing cars and watches is natural for Coulthard, who enjoys the precision and functionality in the design and engineering of wristwatches. "The impact of Covid-19 on the population of the emerging and developing countries will have deep and durable consequences. That's why we called this joint initiative 'TIME COUNTS', we have to act now and raise money for this critical cause and show that we care," said Guy Laliberte. Please credit One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA. 17 Nov 2020 Pictured: Prince Albert Foundation is offering a Royal Oak ?Jumbo? ref. 15202 in stainless steel with his name engraved on the caseback ($20,000-$40,000). Photo credit: One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Luxury watches belonging to Bono and Prince Albert of Monaco and others are heading to the auction block. The timepieces are being sold in Guy Laliberte's 'One Drop' charity auction. They include rare items from the U2 frontman and the royal, as well as Formula 1 star, David Coulthard. Canadian businessman and TV star Kevin O'Leary has also donated. The sale will take place on December 12, in association with auction house, Phillips. It is expected to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. It will feature 12 lots "dedicated specifically to One Drop and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation's missions of providing access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and working towards improving climate resilience for some of the world's most vulnerable communities". Guy Laliberte, the founder of Cirque du Soleil, One Drop and Lune Rouge has donated four Audemars Piquet timepieces. Bono had donated a vintage, 18 karat pink gold Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece along with a framed drawing of U2 lyrics, 'The First Time' dated 2020. Bono originally gifted this particular watch to his father, who Bono credits with giving him his voice. Kevin O'Leary is donating his iconic Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 116500LN with signature red band. And David Coulthard is donating an IWC timepiece from his personal collection. From IWC's iconic Big Pilot collection, Coulthard's Le Petite Prince model was released in 2016 and features a stunning, vintage-inspired blue dial designed for aviators. The connection between racing cars and watches is natural for Coulthard, who enjoys the precision and functionality in the design and engineering of wristwatches. "The impact of Covid-19 on the population of the emerging and developing countries will have deep and durable consequences. That's why we called this joint initiative 'TIME COUNTS', we have to act now and raise money for this critical cause and show that we care," said Guy Laliberte. Please credit One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA. 17 Nov 2020 Pictured: Keyboardist Rory Kaplan?s Porsche Design Orfina Chronograph ($1,000-$2,000). Photo credit: One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Luxury watches belonging to Bono and Prince Albert of Monaco and others are heading to the auction block. The timepieces are being sold in Guy Laliberte's 'One Drop' charity auction. They include rare items from the U2 frontman and the royal, as well as Formula 1 star, David Coulthard. Canadian businessman and TV star Kevin O'Leary has also donated. The sale will take place on December 12, in association with auction house, Phillips. It is expected to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. It will feature 12 lots "dedicated specifically to One Drop and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation's missions of providing access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and working towards improving climate resilience for some of the world's most vulnerable communities". Guy Laliberte, the founder of Cirque du Soleil, One Drop and Lune Rouge has donated four Audemars Piquet timepieces. Bono had donated a vintage, 18 karat pink gold Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece along with a framed drawing of U2 lyrics, 'The First Time' dated 2020. Bono originally gifted this particular watch to his father, who Bono credits with giving him his voice. Kevin O'Leary is donating his iconic Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 116500LN with signature red band. And David Coulthard is donating an IWC timepiece from his personal collection. From IWC's iconic Big Pilot collection, Coulthard's Le Petite Prince model was released in 2016 and features a stunning, vintage-inspired blue dial designed for aviators. The connection between racing cars and watches is natural for Coulthard, who enjoys the precision and functionality in the design and engineering of wristwatches. "The impact of Covid-19 on the population of the emerging and developing countries will have deep and durable consequences. That's why we called this joint initiative 'TIME COUNTS', we have to act now and raise money for this critical cause and show that we care," said Guy Laliberte. Please credit One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA. 17 Nov 2020 Pictured: Prince Albert II of Monaco Montre Rebellion Predator 2.0 $10,000-$20,000. Photo credit: One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Luxury watches belonging to Bono and Prince Albert of Monaco and others are heading to the auction block. The timepieces are being sold in Guy Laliberte's 'One Drop' charity auction. They include rare items from the U2 frontman and the royal, as well as Formula 1 star, David Coulthard. Canadian businessman and TV star Kevin O'Leary has also donated. The sale will take place on December 12, in association with auction house, Phillips. It is expected to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. It will feature 12 lots "dedicated specifically to One Drop and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation's missions of providing access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and working towards improving climate resilience for some of the world's most vulnerable communities". Guy Laliberte, the founder of Cirque du Soleil, One Drop and Lune Rouge has donated four Audemars Piquet timepieces. Bono had donated a vintage, 18 karat pink gold Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece along with a framed drawing of U2 lyrics, 'The First Time' dated 2020. Bono originally gifted this particular watch to his father, who Bono credits with giving him his voice. Kevin O'Leary is donating his iconic Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 116500LN with signature red band. And David Coulthard is donating an IWC timepiece from his personal collection. From IWC's iconic Big Pilot collection, Coulthard's Le Petite Prince model was released in 2016 and features a stunning, vintage-inspired blue dial designed for aviators. The connection between racing cars and watches is natural for Coulthard, who enjoys the precision and functionality in the design and engineering of wristwatches. "The impact of Covid-19 on the population of the emerging and developing countries will have deep and durable consequences. That's why we called this joint initiative 'TIME COUNTS', we have to act now and raise money for this critical cause and show that we care," said Guy Laliberte. Please credit One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA. 17 Nov 2020 Pictured: IWC Big Pilot ($6,000-$12,000) from British Formula One race car driver, David Coulthard. Photo credit: One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Luxury watches belonging to Bono and Prince Albert of Monaco and others are heading to the auction block. The timepieces are being sold in Guy Laliberte's 'One Drop' charity auction. They include rare items from the U2 frontman and the royal, as well as Formula 1 star, David Coulthard. Canadian businessman and TV star Kevin O'Leary has also donated. The sale will take place on December 12, in association with auction house, Phillips. It is expected to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. It will feature 12 lots "dedicated specifically to One Drop and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation's missions of providing access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and working towards improving climate resilience for some of the world's most vulnerable communities". Guy Laliberte, the founder of Cirque du Soleil, One Drop and Lune Rouge has donated four Audemars Piquet timepieces. Bono had donated a vintage, 18 karat pink gold Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece along with a framed drawing of U2 lyrics, 'The First Time' dated 2020. Bono originally gifted this particular watch to his father, who Bono credits with giving him his voice. Kevin O'Leary is donating his iconic Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 116500LN with signature red band. And David Coulthard is donating an IWC timepiece from his personal collection. From IWC's iconic Big Pilot collection, Coulthard's Le Petite Prince model was released in 2016 and features a stunning, vintage-inspired blue dial designed for aviators. The connection between racing cars and watches is natural for Coulthard, who enjoys the precision and functionality in the design and engineering of wristwatches. "The impact of Covid-19 on the population of the emerging and developing countries will have deep and durable consequences. That's why we called this joint initiative 'TIME COUNTS', we have to act now and raise money for this critical cause and show that we care," said Guy Laliberte. Please credit One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA. 17 Nov 2020 Pictured: Keyboardist Rory Kaplan?s Porsche Design Orfina Chronograph ($1,000-$2,000). Photo credit: One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Luxury watches belonging to Bono and Prince Albert of Monaco and others are heading to the auction block. The timepieces are being sold in Guy Laliberte's 'One Drop' charity auction. They include rare items from the U2 frontman and the royal, as well as Formula 1 star, David Coulthard. Canadian businessman and TV star Kevin O'Leary has also donated. The sale will take place on December 12, in association with auction house, Phillips. It is expected to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. It will feature 12 lots "dedicated specifically to One Drop and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation's missions of providing access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and working towards improving climate resilience for some of the world's most vulnerable communities". Guy Laliberte, the founder of Cirque du Soleil, One Drop and Lune Rouge has donated four Audemars Piquet timepieces. Bono had donated a vintage, 18 karat pink gold Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece along with a framed drawing of U2 lyrics, 'The First Time' dated 2020. Bono originally gifted this particular watch to his father, who Bono credits with giving him his voice. Kevin O'Leary is donating his iconic Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 116500LN with signature red band. And David Coulthard is donating an IWC timepiece from his personal collection. From IWC's iconic Big Pilot collection, Coulthard's Le Petite Prince model was released in 2016 and features a stunning, vintage-inspired blue dial designed for aviators. The connection between racing cars and watches is natural for Coulthard, who enjoys the precision and functionality in the design and engineering of wristwatches. "The impact of Covid-19 on the population of the emerging and developing countries will have deep and durable consequences. That's why we called this joint initiative 'TIME COUNTS', we have to act now and raise money for this critical cause and show that we care," said Guy Laliberte. Please credit One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA. 17 Nov 2020 Pictured: Bono?s Jaeger-LeCoultre 18-Karat Pink Gold Watch $1,000-$2,000. Photo credit: One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Luxury watches belonging to Bono and Prince Albert of Monaco and others are heading to the auction block. The timepieces are being sold in Guy Laliberte's 'One Drop' charity auction. They include rare items from the U2 frontman and the royal, as well as Formula 1 star, David Coulthard. Canadian businessman and TV star Kevin O'Leary has also donated. The sale will take place on December 12, in association with auction house, Phillips. It is expected to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. It will feature 12 lots "dedicated specifically to One Drop and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation's missions of providing access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and working towards improving climate resilience for some of the world's most vulnerable communities". Guy Laliberte, the founder of Cirque du Soleil, One Drop and Lune Rouge has donated four Audemars Piquet timepieces. Bono had donated a vintage, 18 karat pink gold Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece along with a framed drawing of U2 lyrics, 'The First Time' dated 2020. Bono originally gifted this particular watch to his father, who Bono credits with giving him his voice. Kevin O'Leary is donating his iconic Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 116500LN with signature red band. And David Coulthard is donating an IWC timepiece from his personal collection. From IWC's iconic Big Pilot collection, Coulthard's Le Petite Prince model was released in 2016 and features a stunning, vintage-inspired blue dial designed for aviators. The connection between racing cars and watches is natural for Coulthard, who enjoys the precision and functionality in the design and engineering of wristwatches. "The impact of Covid-19 on the population of the emerging and developing countries will have deep and durable consequences. That's why we called this joint initiative 'TIME COUNTS', we have to act now and raise money for this critical cause and show that we care," said Guy Laliberte. Please credit One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA. 17 Nov 2020 Pictured: Drawing to go with Bono lot. Photo credit: One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Luxury watches belonging to Bono and Prince Albert of Monaco and others are heading to the auction block. The timepieces are being sold in Guy Laliberte's 'One Drop' charity auction. They include rare items from the U2 frontman and the royal, as well as Formula 1 star, David Coulthard. Canadian businessman and TV star Kevin O'Leary has also donated. The sale will take place on December 12, in association with auction house, Phillips. It is expected to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. It will feature 12 lots "dedicated specifically to One Drop and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation's missions of providing access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and working towards improving climate resilience for some of the world's most vulnerable communities". Guy Laliberte, the founder of Cirque du Soleil, One Drop and Lune Rouge has donated four Audemars Piquet timepieces. Bono had donated a vintage, 18 karat pink gold Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece along with a framed drawing of U2 lyrics, 'The First Time' dated 2020. Bono originally gifted this particular watch to his father, who Bono credits with giving him his voice. Kevin O'Leary is donating his iconic Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 116500LN with signature red band. And David Coulthard is donating an IWC timepiece from his personal collection. From IWC's iconic Big Pilot collection, Coulthard's Le Petite Prince model was released in 2016 and features a stunning, vintage-inspired blue dial designed for aviators. The connection between racing cars and watches is natural for Coulthard, who enjoys the precision and functionality in the design and engineering of wristwatches. "The impact of Covid-19 on the population of the emerging and developing countries will have deep and durable consequences. That's why we called this joint initiative 'TIME COUNTS', we have to act now and raise money for this critical cause and show that we care," said Guy Laliberte. Please credit One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA. 17 Nov 2020 Pictured: Kevin O?Leary?s Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 116500LN - with signature red strap $8,000-$12,000. Photo credit: One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Luxury watches belonging to Bono and Prince Albert of Monaco and others are heading to the auction block. The timepieces are being sold in Guy Laliberte's 'One Drop' charity auction. They include rare items from the U2 frontman and the royal, as well as Formula 1 star, David Coulthard. Canadian businessman and TV star Kevin O'Leary has also donated. The sale will take place on December 12, in association with auction house, Phillips. It is expected to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. It will feature 12 lots "dedicated specifically to One Drop and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation's missions of providing access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and working towards improving climate resilience for some of the world's most vulnerable communities". Guy Laliberte, the founder of Cirque du Soleil, One Drop and Lune Rouge has donated four Audemars Piquet timepieces. Bono had donated a vintage, 18 karat pink gold Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece along with a framed drawing of U2 lyrics, 'The First Time' dated 2020. Bono originally gifted this particular watch to his father, who Bono credits with giving him his voice. Kevin O'Leary is donating his iconic Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 116500LN with signature red band. And David Coulthard is donating an IWC timepiece from his personal collection. From IWC's iconic Big Pilot collection, Coulthard's Le Petite Prince model was released in 2016 and features a stunning, vintage-inspired blue dial designed for aviators. The connection between racing cars and watches is natural for Coulthard, who enjoys the precision and functionality in the design and engineering of wristwatches. "The impact of Covid-19 on the population of the emerging and developing countries will have deep and durable consequences. That's why we called this joint initiative 'TIME COUNTS', we have to act now and raise money for this critical cause and show that we care," said Guy Laliberte. Please credit One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA. 17 Nov 2020 Pictured: Kevin O?Leary?s Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 116500LN - with signature red strap $8,000-$12,000. Photo credit: One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Luxury watches belonging to Bono and Prince Albert of Monaco and others are heading to the auction block. The timepieces are being sold in Guy Laliberte's 'One Drop' charity auction. They include rare items from the U2 frontman and the royal, as well as Formula 1 star, David Coulthard. Canadian businessman and TV star Kevin O'Leary has also donated. The sale will take place on December 12, in association with auction house, Phillips. It is expected to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. It will feature 12 lots "dedicated specifically to One Drop and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation's missions of providing access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and working towards improving climate resilience for some of the world's most vulnerable communities". Guy Laliberte, the founder of Cirque du Soleil, One Drop and Lune Rouge has donated four Audemars Piquet timepieces. Bono had donated a vintage, 18 karat pink gold Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece along with a framed drawing of U2 lyrics, 'The First Time' dated 2020. Bono originally gifted this particular watch to his father, who Bono credits with giving him his voice. Kevin O'Leary is donating his iconic Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 116500LN with signature red band. And David Coulthard is donating an IWC timepiece from his personal collection. From IWC's iconic Big Pilot collection, Coulthard's Le Petite Prince model was released in 2016 and features a stunning, vintage-inspired blue dial designed for aviators. The connection between racing cars and watches is natural for Coulthard, who enjoys the precision and functionality in the design and engineering of wristwatches. "The impact of Covid-19 on the population of the emerging and developing countries will have deep and durable consequences. That's why we called this joint initiative 'TIME COUNTS', we have to act now and raise money for this critical cause and show that we care," said Guy Laliberte. Please credit One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA. 17 Nov 2020 Pictured: Guy Lalibert???s Audemars Piguet Unique Grand Complications - stainless steel Each comes in its original wooden box, with papers, along with custom-made One Drop boxes (all are estimated between $200,000-$400,000). Photo credit: One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Luxury watches belonging to Bono and Prince Albert of Monaco and others are heading to the auction block. The timepieces are being sold in Guy Laliberte's 'One Drop' charity auction. They include rare items from the U2 frontman and the royal, as well as Formula 1 star, David Coulthard. Canadian businessman and TV star Kevin O'Leary has also donated. The sale will take place on December 12, in association with auction house, Phillips. It is expected to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. It will feature 12 lots "dedicated specifically to One Drop and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation's missions of providing access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and working towards improving climate resilience for some of the world's most vulnerable communities". Guy Laliberte, the founder of Cirque du Soleil, One Drop and Lune Rouge has donated four Audemars Piquet timepieces. Bono had donated a vintage, 18 karat pink gold Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece along with a framed drawing of U2 lyrics, 'The First Time' dated 2020. Bono originally gifted this particular watch to his father, who Bono credits with giving him his voice. Kevin O'Leary is donating his iconic Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 116500LN with signature red band. And David Coulthard is donating an IWC timepiece from his personal collection. From IWC's iconic Big Pilot collection, Coulthard's Le Petite Prince model was released in 2016 and features a stunning, vintage-inspired blue dial designed for aviators. The connection between racing cars and watches is natural for Coulthard, who enjoys the precision and functionality in the design and engineering of wristwatches. "The impact of Covid-19 on the population of the emerging and developing countries will have deep and durable consequences. That's why we called this joint initiative 'TIME COUNTS', we have to act now and raise money for this critical cause and show that we care," said Guy Laliberte. Please credit One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA. 17 Nov 2020 Pictured: Guy Lalibert???s Audemars Piguet Unique Grand Complications - white gold. Each comes in its original wooden box, with papers, along with custom-made One Drop boxes (all are estimated between $200,000-$400,000). Photo credit: One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Luxury watches belonging to Bono and Prince Albert of Monaco and others are heading to the auction block. The timepieces are being sold in Guy Laliberte's 'One Drop' charity auction. They include rare items from the U2 frontman and the royal, as well as Formula 1 star, David Coulthard. Canadian businessman and TV star Kevin O'Leary has also donated. The sale will take place on December 12, in association with auction house, Phillips. It is expected to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. It will feature 12 lots "dedicated specifically to One Drop and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation's missions of providing access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and working towards improving climate resilience for some of the world's most vulnerable communities". Guy Laliberte, the founder of Cirque du Soleil, One Drop and Lune Rouge has donated four Audemars Piquet timepieces. Bono had donated a vintage, 18 karat pink gold Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece along with a framed drawing of U2 lyrics, 'The First Time' dated 2020. Bono originally gifted this particular watch to his father, who Bono credits with giving him his voice. Kevin O'Leary is donating his iconic Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 116500LN with signature red band. And David Coulthard is donating an IWC timepiece from his personal collection. From IWC's iconic Big Pilot collection, Coulthard's Le Petite Prince model was released in 2016 and features a stunning, vintage-inspired blue dial designed for aviators. The connection between racing cars and watches is natural for Coulthard, who enjoys the precision and functionality in the design and engineering of wristwatches. "The impact of Covid-19 on the population of the emerging and developing countries will have deep and durable consequences. That's why we called this joint initiative 'TIME COUNTS', we have to act now and raise money for this critical cause and show that we care," said Guy Laliberte. Please credit One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA. 17 Nov 2020 Pictured: IWC Big Pilot ($6,000-$12,000) from British Formula One race car driver, David Coulthard. Photo credit: One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Luxury watches belonging to Bono and Prince Albert of Monaco and others are heading to the auction block. The timepieces are being sold in Guy Laliberte's 'One Drop' charity auction. They include rare items from the U2 frontman and the royal, as well as Formula 1 star, David Coulthard. Canadian businessman and TV star Kevin O'Leary has also donated. The sale will take place on December 12, in association with auction house, Phillips. It is expected to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. It will feature 12 lots "dedicated specifically to One Drop and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation's missions of providing access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and working towards improving climate resilience for some of the world's most vulnerable communities". Guy Laliberte, the founder of Cirque du Soleil, One Drop and Lune Rouge has donated four Audemars Piquet timepieces. Bono had donated a vintage, 18 karat pink gold Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece along with a framed drawing of U2 lyrics, 'The First Time' dated 2020. Bono originally gifted this particular watch to his father, who Bono credits with giving him his voice. Kevin O'Leary is donating his iconic Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 116500LN with signature red band. And David Coulthard is donating an IWC timepiece from his personal collection. From IWC's iconic Big Pilot collection, Coulthard's Le Petite Prince model was released in 2016 and features a stunning, vintage-inspired blue dial designed for aviators. The connection between racing cars and watches is natural for Coulthard, who enjoys the precision and functionality in the design and engineering of wristwatches. "The impact of Covid-19 on the population of the emerging and developing countries will have deep and durable consequences. That's why we called this joint initiative 'TIME COUNTS', we have to act now and raise money for this critical cause and show that we care," said Guy Laliberte. Please credit One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA. 17 Nov 2020 Pictured: Guy Lalibert???s Audemars Piguet Unique Grand Complications - pink gold. Each comes in its original wooden box, with papers, along with custom-made One Drop boxes (all are estimated between $200,000-$400,000). Photo credit: One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Luxury watches belonging to Bono and Prince Albert of Monaco and others are heading to the auction block. The timepieces are being sold in Guy Laliberte's 'One Drop' charity auction. They include rare items from the U2 frontman and the royal, as well as Formula 1 star, David Coulthard. Canadian businessman and TV star Kevin O'Leary has also donated. The sale will take place on December 12, in association with auction house, Phillips. It is expected to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. It will feature 12 lots "dedicated specifically to One Drop and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation's missions of providing access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and working towards improving climate resilience for some of the world's most vulnerable communities". Guy Laliberte, the founder of Cirque du Soleil, One Drop and Lune Rouge has donated four Audemars Piquet timepieces. Bono had donated a vintage, 18 karat pink gold Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece along with a framed drawing of U2 lyrics, 'The First Time' dated 2020. Bono originally gifted this particular watch to his father, who Bono credits with giving him his voice. Kevin O'Leary is donating his iconic Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 116500LN with signature red band. And David Coulthard is donating an IWC timepiece from his personal collection. From IWC's iconic Big Pilot collection, Coulthard's Le Petite Prince model was released in 2016 and features a stunning, vintage-inspired blue dial designed for aviators. The connection between racing cars and watches is natural for Coulthard, who enjoys the precision and functionality in the design and engineering of wristwatches. "The impact of Covid-19 on the population of the emerging and developing countries will have deep and durable consequences. That's why we called this joint initiative 'TIME COUNTS', we have to act now and raise money for this critical cause and show that we care," said Guy Laliberte. Please credit One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA. 17 Nov 2020 Pictured: Prince Albert II of Monaco - Urwerk reference UR-106 in black titanium featuring a three-dimensional satellite hour display $50,000-$100,000. Photo credit: One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Luxury watches belonging to Bono and Prince Albert of Monaco and others are heading to the auction block. The timepieces are being sold in Guy Laliberte's 'One Drop' charity auction. They include rare items from the U2 frontman and the royal, as well as Formula 1 star, David Coulthard. Canadian businessman and TV star Kevin O'Leary has also donated. The sale will take place on December 12, in association with auction house, Phillips. It is expected to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. It will feature 12 lots "dedicated specifically to One Drop and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation's missions of providing access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and working towards improving climate resilience for some of the world's most vulnerable communities". Guy Laliberte, the founder of Cirque du Soleil, One Drop and Lune Rouge has donated four Audemars Piquet timepieces. Bono had donated a vintage, 18 karat pink gold Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece along with a framed drawing of U2 lyrics, 'The First Time' dated 2020. Bono originally gifted this particular watch to his father, who Bono credits with giving him his voice. Kevin O'Leary is donating his iconic Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 116500LN with signature red band. And David Coulthard is donating an IWC timepiece from his personal collection. From IWC's iconic Big Pilot collection, Coulthard's Le Petite Prince model was released in 2016 and features a stunning, vintage-inspired blue dial designed for aviators. The connection between racing cars and watches is natural for Coulthard, who enjoys the precision and functionality in the design and engineering of wristwatches. "The impact of Covid-19 on the population of the emerging and developing countries will have deep and durable consequences. That's why we called this joint initiative 'TIME COUNTS', we have to act now and raise money for this critical cause and show that we care," said Guy Laliberte. Please credit One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA. 17 Nov 2020 Pictured: Guy Lalibert???s Audemars Piguet Unique Grand Complications - yellow gold. Each comes in its original wooden box, with papers, along with custom-made One Drop boxes (all are estimated between $200,000-$400,000). Photo credit: One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Luxury watches belonging to Bono and Prince Albert of Monaco and others are heading to the auction block. The timepieces are being sold in Guy Laliberte's 'One Drop' charity auction. They include rare items from the U2 frontman and the royal, as well as Formula 1 star, David Coulthard. Canadian businessman and TV star Kevin O'Leary has also donated. The sale will take place on December 12, in association with auction house, Phillips. It is expected to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. It will feature 12 lots "dedicated specifically to One Drop and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation's missions of providing access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and working towards improving climate resilience for some of the world's most vulnerable communities". Guy Laliberte, the founder of Cirque du Soleil, One Drop and Lune Rouge has donated four Audemars Piquet timepieces. Bono had donated a vintage, 18 karat pink gold Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece along with a framed drawing of U2 lyrics, 'The First Time' dated 2020. Bono originally gifted this particular watch to his father, who Bono credits with giving him his voice. Kevin O'Leary is donating his iconic Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 116500LN with signature red band. And David Coulthard is donating an IWC timepiece from his personal collection. From IWC's iconic Big Pilot collection, Coulthard's Le Petite Prince model was released in 2016 and features a stunning, vintage-inspired blue dial designed for aviators. The connection between racing cars and watches is natural for Coulthard, who enjoys the precision and functionality in the design and engineering of wristwatches. "The impact of Covid-19 on the population of the emerging and developing countries will have deep and durable consequences. That's why we called this joint initiative 'TIME COUNTS', we have to act now and raise money for this critical cause and show that we care," said Guy Laliberte. Please credit One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA. 17 Nov 2020 Pictured: Prince Albert II of Monaco - Urwerk reference UR-106 in black titanium featuring a three-dimensional satellite hour display $50,000-$100,000. Photo credit: One Drop/Time Counts/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342