You've probably been seeing this picture a lot as infamous ponzi scheme wiseguy Scott Rothstein's massive watch collection goes up for auction this week. Let me tell you right away that if you want to bid, it needs to be right now. Sorry for the late notice, but according to the official documents, all bids need to be in by July 12th (see the link below for more info).
Scott Rothstein might have been the worst type of smile in his business practices, but he was a rather accomplished watch collector. In contrast to all the other random expensive crap he had (like a gold toilet seat), his watch collections shows a true amount of time and dedication. In addition to standard fare like a bunch of Rolex and Franck Muller pieces, Scott had more exotic items such as Gerald Genta, Pierre Kunz, Jorg Hysek, Daniel Roth, BRM, and more.
The collection includes both high-end and very high-end models, as well as men's and women's pieces. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised at the range of piece in the collection. There are about 100-200 pieces I believe up for auction (which is held by the US Government).
Check out the auction lot page here. At the top of the page there is a link to a "Written Bid Form," which is how you can bid remotely I believe. Worth your time to check out and good luck if you bid.