Antiquorum’s Monaco, 20th September 2007 Auction Totaled EUR 2,757,500

The top lots for the auction are as follows:

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Patek Philippe, Ref 5712T “Nautilus Titanium”, Genève, Pièce Unique.

Patek Philippe Ref. 5712T-001 wristwatch in titanium. Caliber 240 PS IRM C LU. Self-winding. Date. Moon phases and power-reserve indication. Seconds subdial. Sapphire-crystal case back. Water resistant to 60 m. After its thirty-year success story, the NAUTILUS watch has become a cult object among the brand’s collectors and enthusiasts. As a guardian of a long-standing tradition and as a model of technical and aesthetic innovation, this exceptional timepiece was entirely crafted in titanium for this occasion. At the heart of this complicated NAUTILUS beats the self-winding Caliber 240 featuring subsidiary seconds, a power-reserve indicator and a calendar with moon phases. The movement can be admired through the sapphire-crystal case back. The epitome of casual elegance, this unique watch features a two-tone rhodium and charcoal-gray dial with an embossed horizontal relief pattern accented by luminescent “baton” hour markers. This timepiece also stands out with its saddle-stitch rubber strap and its double-security titanium fold-over clasp. It is water resistant to 60 meters and, as the original advertising campaign emphasized, it “works as well with a wet suit as it does with a dinner suit.”

Sold for EUR 525,000.00

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DeWitt and Jean-Michel Wilmotte. “Incognito 2008” One-of-a-kind model.

Time and creativity, the architectural work of the mind and of the hand, a construction in space embodying a vision of tomorrow... This "machine" of future time has been designed by two exceptional friends: a talented watchmaker and a renowned architect. Jérôme de Witt and Jean-Michel Wilmotte have melded their thoughts in developing a timepiece featuring unique design and resolutely avant-garde technology, created to celebrate the 5th anniversary of DeWitt. This embodiment of the Watchmaking Art is equipped with a flying tourbillon endowed with a 21-day power reserve. Presented in 5eptember in Monaco, Incognito 2008 will be unveiled in January 2008, to the delight of the collector who is willing to display unique trust - only to have his curiosity satisfied a few months later upon discovering a true masterpiece. This challenge, through which DeWitt makes its own original contribution, is dedicated to supporting the Monaco Association against Muscular Dystrophy.

Sold for EUR 400,000.00

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Richard Mille and Philippe Starck “An integral interpretation in titanium”, Piéce Unique.

An exceptional and unique, self-winding, water-resistant titanium gentleman’s “Cuff” watch with flyback chronograph, 60-minute countdown, 12-hour recorder, annual calendar with large date, variable geometry rotor and integeral hinged “cuff” type bracelet. Case : Designed by Philippe Starck, case and bracelet forming a single large cuff the top and interior secured by screws, the side with spline details, bracelet hinged with locking device, and lined in rubber, large block chronograph pushers in the band, S+ARCK cross motif on the rubber clad titanium crown. Dial : Sapphire, Arabic numerals, 60-minute and 12-hour registers, date aperture under 12, month aperture in Arabic numerals between 4 and 5, sapphire crystals. Skeletonised titanium hands with luminous “Arrow” accents. Movement : Calibre RM011-s, skeletonised titanium, sand blasted finish with PVD treatment, 62-jewels, rhodium plated and sand-blasted wheels, monometallic balance (28,800 vph), ELINVAR Breguet balance spring, shock absorber, variable geometry titanium and 18k white gold rotor. This watch represents the second collaboration between Richard Mille and Philippe Starck,the first was for Only Watch 05.

Sold for EUR 320,000.00

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Franck Muller, “Totally Crazy Monaco”, Pièce Unique.

Movement Self-winding mechanical movement. Central jumping hour hand, central minutes hand, uncoordinated central circular date indicator. Thanks to the Crazy Hours module, the conventional clockwise arrangement of the hours from 1 to 12 is replaced by a new and original order, which not only permits everyone to assign their own values to the hours but also ensures that,despite this freedom, accurate time keeping remains unimpaired. The same principle is applied to the date. Dial Sun stamped, white lacquered dial decorated with filigree figures. Luminous numerals in red. Coat of arms of the Principality of Monaco. Unique dial with Monegasque Coat of Arms. Case Cintrée Curvex case in 18 carat white gold with « Monaco » engraved on the back. Strap Red hand-stitched alligator strap fitted with an ardillon buckle in 18-carat white gold.

Sold for EUR 180,000.00

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Mauboussin “Oryx Tourbillon”, No.1 in a special edition.

The visual identity is researched, studied: a family resemblance, recognizable in the curves of the bezel, of a sober elegance. Mauboussin cannot however, prevent itself from emphasizing its “home gene”, the jewellery knowledge. Sometimes, the bezel and even the dial are then, set with precious stones. Seduction of the jeweller, Mauboussin authorizes itself some exceptional models like a musical automat watch, made in a hundred of specimens or this magnificent Tourbillion, presented as followed. Mauboussin mechanical Tourbillon watch, 18K white gold, “Oryx 2000” . Ref. 001.45782, Special Edition, No. 01, introduced in July 2000. Time Display : _ Hours _ Minutes _ Small seconds on the tourbillon Main dimensions : _ Movement dimension : 27,65 x 20,90 mm _ Casing dimension : 27,05 x 20,30 mm _ Total height : 6.10 mm _ Height over hands : 7.75 mm _ Height of the axis of the arbour : 2.60 mm _ Diameter of the threading on the arbour : S0.90 _ Diameter of the balance : 10,00 mm _ Moment of inertia of the balance : 10mgcm2 _ Mo of the barrel : 7300μNmm Performances : _ Power-reserve : 48 heures _ Frequency : 3 Hz (21’600A/h) _ Jewelling : 19 ruby _ Angle of lift of balance : 53° _ Toothing : RP, NHS First in Series

Sold for EUR 130,000.00

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Vacheron Constantin, “Malte Tourbillon Platinum” Pièce Unique.

The Malte Tourbillon Platinum “Only Watch 2007”: An absolute rarity Throughout the history of Vacheron Constantin production, the Manufacture had never yet presented a tourbillon with a platinum carriage bridge. The extremely complex crafting of this carriage bridge endowed with such a superlative level of finishing represents an extraordinary feat in itself, particularly given the malleability of the metal. In addition to the platinum carriage bridge, the case and dial – both discreetly bearing the Pt 950 hallmark – are also in solid platinum. The dial is meticulously grained using a high-tech procedure to achieve a frosted effect that highlights the texture and the luminosity of the precious metal. Finally, the navy blue alligator leather strap hand-sewn with platinum thread, together with its solid platinum pin buckle, subtly echo the colour of the case and dial to create an exquisitely harmonious aesthetic impression. The combination of these various aspects gives this one-of-a-kind creation a status of absolute rarity, clearly stemming from the Vacheron Constantin expertise acquired throughout an exceptional heritage built up during over 250 years of uninterrupted experience and expertise. TECHNICAL DETAILS REFERENCE Malte Tonneau Tourbillon Platinum 30066/001P-9293 « Pièce unique » CALIBRE Reference: 1790H340R31PT. Tourbillon, hand-wound mechanical movement Carriage bridge: 950 Platinum Diameter: 26.90 mm, 28.50 mm Thickness: 6.10 mm Number of jewels: 27 Frequency: 18,000 vibrations / hour Power reserve: Over 40 hours Indications: Hour, minutes, seconds, Power-reserve indicator, Pointer-type date calendar CASE Material: 950 Platinum, bearing the inscription Pt 950 Diameter: and thickness 36.00 mm, 48.20 mm, 11.80 mm Back: Fitted with a transparent, sapphire crystal, secured with screws Finish: Entirely polished case, satin finish between lugs, Satin-finished back Glass: Sapphire glass with anti-reflective coating on one side convex Water-resistant: Pressure of 3 Atm, equivalent to a depth of 30 m (~100 feet) DIAL AND HANDS Dial material:950 Platinum Finish: Frosted effect, bearing the inscription Pt 950 Nine applied hour markers in 18K white gold Hands: Hours & minutes: 18K white gold fan-shaped matte/polished finish Seconds: white Pfinodal baton-shaped 31 days: black oxidised, fan-shaped Power reserve: 18K white gold, baton-shaped Bracelet and buckle: Hand-stitched with platinum wire, saddle finish Dark blue alligator mississipiensis leather, square scales. Standard buckle in 950 Platinum,Half Maltese cross, polished, 18 mm

Sold for EUR 130,000.00

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Breguet ”Chronograph Classique A Rattrapante” No. 1 of a limited edition of 7 pieces.

Classique Limited Edition 1/7, split-second chronograph with tachometric scale, ref. 5947BA/29/9V6 CASE Round in 18-carat yellow gold with finely fluted caseband. Rounded horns welded to the case with screw-pins to secure the strap. Sapphire Case-back. Water-resistant to 30m. Case number 1 in a series of 7 watches. DIAL Oven-fired white enamel dial with secret signature. Individually numbered and bearing the Breguet signature. Hand-painted Arabic Breguet numerals. 30-minute counter at 3 o’clock. Small second at 9 o’clock. Indication of the tachometric scale, (base 1km) indicating speed in kilometres per hour in red at the centre of the dial. Chronograph second and split-second hand at the center. Hollow-tipped Breguet hands in blued steel. Red hand for the chronograph and the tachometric scale. MOVEMENT Manual winding chronograph movement with column wheels and split-second function on the crown. Numbered and bearing the Breguet signature. Calibre 535N, 12 lines, 23 rubies. 48-hour power reserve. Straight-line lever escapement, monometallic balance wheel with timing screws, Breguet overcoil. Adjusted in 5 positions.

Sold for EUR 90,000.00

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Harry Winston “Avenue Exotic Birds - Set n°1 of a limited edition of 5”

VARIATIONS BY HARRY WINSTON ON THE THEME OF EXOTIC BIRDS New collection – new challenge This project is a major first for Harry Winston. Indeed, it is the first time that enamel has been used with diamonds. Furthermore, this challenge has provided a particularly rare opportunity for the various traditional watchmaking crafts and time-honoured skills to come together. A rich and subtle theme Despite the small size of the dial, the ultimate expression of these exotic birds is achieved through their stylised beauty. The bird is represented by its plumage in a refined evocation through a kind of visual metonymy. This mini-collection creates a luminous atmosphere using a rich palette of shaded natural colours that unfurls from the dial to the case. A subtle reinterpretation and legendary craftsmanship Merely glancing at the dials of the four pieces instantly reveals their asymmetry; a hallmark of the brand reinterpreted here through the interplay of colours, as well as the design itself. Gems are a particular field of Harry Winston’s expertise: here, brilliant-cut white diamonds and naturally coloured sapphires have been selected using the most stringent criteria. Their hue is a determining factor in creating the subtle shading of colours specific to each bird; matching them together and then with the enamel was a particularly lengthy and painstaking task. Limited series and charity auction Each of the watches comes on a satin strap in a colour that harmonises with the dial. The mini-collection will be produced in limited series and will only be available through the very few Harry Winston salons worldwide. In addition, Harry Winston is committed to making its c o n t r i b u t i o n t o a n a u c t i o n b e i n g o rg a n i s e d by Antiquorum, the profit from which will be donated to an association for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (Monaco). The watches are available as a set and housed in the same presentation case, the first serie will be presented to Antiquorum for this event. T E C H N I C A L D E S C R I P T I O N Name The Avenue Exotic Birds Movement Quartz Functions Hours, minutes Crystal Sapphire with double-sided anti-reflection treatment Strap Satin Water-resistance 30 m (3 ATM) Collection Avenue (Special Edition limited to 5 sets - 4 pieces of each) Antiquorum Set N° 1 of a limited edition of 5 Case White gold, enamel and gems (65 brilliant-cut diamonds, 1 ruby) Dial Coloured enamel and gems (11 brilliant-cut diamonds, 30 multi-coloured sapphires) Ref. 310/LQWL.PAD/00PA Case White gold, enamel and gems (28 multi-coloured sapphires, 31 brilliant-cut diamonds) Dial Coloured enamel Ref. 310/LQWL.PE/00PE Case White gold, enamel and gems (65 brilliant-cut diamonds, 5 sapphires) Dial Coloured enamel and gems (2 blue sapphires, 13 brilliant-cut diamonds) Ref. 310/LQWL.SWD/00SW Case White gold, enamel and gems (22 multi-coloured sapphires, 32 brilliant-cut diamonds) Dial Coloured enamel Ref. 310/LQWL.PH/00PH

Sold for EUR 80,000.00

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International Watch Co. Schaffhausen “Fliegeruhr 5026, Perpetual Calendar” Pièce Unique.

One-of-a-kind BIG PILOT’S WATCH PERPETUAL CALENDAR The watchmakers at IWC Schaffhausen are truly “engineers of fine watchmaking”, creating intelligent designs in a timelessly classical style. These creations have a lasting reputation for elegance and practicality. And here, the watch designers at IWC Schaffhausen have drawn on all the expertise at their disposal. The Big Pilot’s Watch, limited to one unique piece, brilliantly combines two outstanding mechanisms. Its driving force is the large IWC 5000-calibre automatic movement with Pellaton winding, a seven-day power reserve and date – the same one found in the classic Big Pilot’s Watch. Mounted on this is a perpetual calendar of the kind familiar to IWC devotees from the Grande Complication and Da Vinci. The calendar functions are virtually identical with those of the models mentioned above, except that the mechanism has been enlarged. This makes the individual displays easier to read. Three subsidiary displays tell the wearer the date (at 3 o’clock), the month (at 6 o’clock), the day (at 9 o’clock) and the year (in four digits) in a window between 7 and 8 o’clock. REFERENCE IW5026 FEATURES Perpetual calendar, perpetual moon phase, four-digit year display, mechanical movement, Pellaton automatic winding, power reserve display, small hacking seconds, Breguet spring, rotor with medallion of 18-ct. yellow gold MOVEMENT Calibre 51612 Frequency 21 600 bph / 3 Hz Jewels 64 Power reserve 7 days (168 hours) Winding automatic CASE Material steel Glass sapphire, convex, antireflective, secured against drops in pressure Water resistance 6 bar (60 m) Crown screw-in Diameter 46.2 mm Height 15.8 mm Width of band 22/18mm

Sold for EUR 80,000.00

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Blancpain “Ultra-Thin” Pièce Unique.

Fantasy defines the mood of this ultra-rare timepiece.Blancpain’s watchmakers have conceived a window flowing like a stream across the centre of the dial and opening onto the going train of the watch. The lucky owner will be unlikely to want to keep his watch tucked away in his pocket out of sight. He will instead doubtless prefer to contemplate the flow of energy from the mainspring barrel through the gear train to balance wheel and escapement, all of which may be admired through the dial of the Blancpain Only Watch. Moreover, the bridges have been skeletonized by hand, reducing their thickness to the minimum and thereby enhancing the view by further exposing the delicate movements of the gears, escapement and balance wheel. The dial itself is a masterpiece of fine handcraftsmanship.Fashioned out of solid gold, the broad surfaces of the dial have been sculpted out to create a basin for a traditional grand feu enamel surface. Layer upon layer of enamel has been spread by hand across the dial, each one individually oven fired. The enamel has been imbued with a warm brown colour applied in multiple layers to endow the dial with a rich patina, in perfect harmony with the yellow gold borders of the dial’s movement windows. The hour indexes, also fashioned out of yellow gold,are set into the enamel surface. The 45 mm yellow gold case is of the half hunter style, featuring a hinged back cover that opens to reveal the reverse side of the calibre 15 ultra-thin manual-winding movement, endowed with a 40-hour power-reserve.

Sold for EUR 70,000.00

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