Antiquorum’s Geneva, Hotel Des Bergues, 25th April 1993 Auction Totaled CHF 5,858,814

The top lots for the auction are as follows:

LOT 347

Czapek & Cie. a Geneve, N.3221, Exposition de Londre, 1851, enamel attributed to Auguste Dutertre, Swiss, circa 1850. Exceptionally rare and fine gold and enamel cigar case combined with a watch, made for the Great Exhibition of 1851 and formerly in the Palace collections of King Farouk of Egypt.

Sold for 292,250.00 CHF

Estimations :

CHF 60,000 - 80,000

LOT 346

Pierre Vernede A Bourdeaux (sic), French, circa 1640. Exceptionally rare and fine gold and enamel `Blois' watch.

Sold for 259,250.00 CHF

Estimations :

CHF 80,000 - 120,000

LOT 466

Patek Philippe & Cie, Genève, No. 861492, case No. 2604976, Ref. 2524/1, circa 1962. Extremely fine and rare minute repeating, 18ct gold gentleman's wristwatch.

Sold for 248,250.00 CHF

Estimations :

CHF 250,000 - 280,000

LOT 518

Marks & Co. Ltd., Bombay & Poona, No. 1049, Swiss, circa 1900. Magnificent 18 ct gold, enamel, diamond and ruby set hunter cased minute repeating, moon phase astronomical keyless watch with perpetual calendar and chronograph.

Sold for 204,250.00 CHF

Estimations :

CHF 140,000 - 160,000

LOT 517

Marks & Co. Ltd., Bombay and Poona, No. 1027, Swiss, circa 1910. Magnificent 18 ct gold, enamel and diamond set hunter cased minute-repeating keyless watch with independent split seconds chronograph, flyback 1/5th seconds and 30 minutes recording.

Sold for 182,250.00 CHF

Estimations :

CHF 140,000 - 160,000

LOT 174

Piguet & Meylan, No. 856, Swiss, circa 1820, the enamel by J.F. Dupont. Very rare and fine gold, enamel and pearl set musical watch with quarter-repeating, made for the European market.

Sold for 160,250.00 CHF

Estimations :

CHF 130,000 - 150,000

LOT 454

Patek Philippe & Cie, Genève, No. 869878, case No. 2603334, Ref. 1436, 1930's. Extremely fine and rare 18ct gold gentleman's wristwatch with square button split-second chronograph, register and tachometer.

Sold for 143,750.00 CHF

Estimations :

CHF 150,000 - 170,000

LOT 168

Unsigned, Swiss, attributed to Abraham Louis Perrelet, circa 1770. Highly important and almost unique, 18 ct. gold early "rotor" self-winding watch.

Sold for 115,000.00 CHF

Estimations :

CHF 30,000 - 40,000

LOT 173

Tevob (sic), Nos. 9844, 9845, Swiss by Bovet Fleurier, circa 1825. Very rare and fine symetrical pair of gold and enamel watches for the Chinese market, with special movements.

Sold for 109,250.00 CHF

Estimations :

CHF 90,000 - 110,000

LOT 472

Patek Philippe & Cie, Genève, No. 868096, case No. 668387, Ref. 1518, produced in 281 examples from 1941 to 1954. Very fine and rare astronomic, 18ct gold gentleman' s wristwatch with square button chronograph, register and tachometer, perpetual calendar and moon phases.

Sold for 109,250.00 CHF

Estimations :

CHF 100,000 - 120,000