Antiquorum’s Geneva, 16th November 2008 Auction Totaled CHF 15,322,300

The top lots for the auction are as follows:

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LOT 730

The Royal Presentation Mirror-Image Pair Geneva, Swiss, No. 2007 & 2008, the enamels depicting “Affection & Innocence” attributed to Jean-Abraham Lissignol (1749-1819) after an engraving by Francesco Bartolozzi, the cases No. 9703 & No. 9704 by Freres Oltramare (c. 1810/11 and 1826). Made circa 1815 for presentation in the name of King George III to the Chinese Emperor Jiaqing in 1816. An extraordinarily fine, magnificent and historically important, large, mirror-image pair of gold, painted on enamel and pearl-set, quarter-repeating pocket watches with special three-tone blued-steel decorated mirror-polished steel and gilt movements. Accompanied by the original morocco fitted presentation case, the lining embossed with the arms of King George III and a gold and painted on enamel key.

Sold for CHF 2,608,000.00

Estimations :

CHF 0 - 0

USD 0 - 0

EUR 0 - 0

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LOT 723

Pink Gold, Ref. 1518, First Series Patek Philippe, Genève, movement No. 867911, case No. 663695, Ref. 1518. Made in 1950, sold on July 11th, 1952. Extremely fine and very rare 18K pink gold wristwatch with square button chronograph, register perpetual calendar, moon phases, tachometer and an 18K pink gold Patek Philippe buckle. Accompanied by the Extract from the Archives and a fitted box.

Sold for CHF 1,376,000.00

Estimations :

CHF 600,000 - 800,000

USD 550,000 - 740,000

EUR 380,000 - 500,000

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LOT 350

Pink Gold, Ref. 2497, First Series Patek Philippe, Genève, movement No. 888041, case No. 674394, Ref. 2497, first series. Made in 1953, sold on October 14th, 1970. Extremely fine and equally rare, center-seconds, 18K pink gold wristwatch with perpetual calendar,moon phases and an 18K pink gold Patek Philippe buckle. Accompanied by a fitted box and the Extract from the Archives.

Sold for CHF 620,000.00

Estimations :

CHF 400,000 - 600,000

USD 370,000 - 550,000

EUR 250,000 - 380,000

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LOT 250

Pink Gold, Ref. 530 Patek Philippe, Genève, Ref. 530. Made in 1949, sold on August 16th, 1950. Very fine and extremely rare, 18K pink gold wristwatch with square button chronograph, register and tachometer and an 18K pink gold Patek Philippe buckle. Accompanied by the Extract from the Archives and a Patek Philippe box.

Sold for CHF 462,200.00

Estimations :

CHF 160,000 - 200,000

USD 150,000 - 185,000

EUR 100,000 - 125,000

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LOT 716

Platinum and Diamonds, Ref. 5004 P with Baguette Indexes Patek Philippe, Genève, movement No. 3275167, case No. 4448720, Ref. 5004P-032. Sold in 2008. Extremely rare and important, possibly unique, water-resistant, platinum and diamonds wristwatch with split-seconds chronograph, registers, perpetual calendar, moon phases, leap year and 24 hour indication and a platinum Patek Philippe deployant clasp. Accompanied by an additional solid platinum case back, setting pin, fitted box, and Certificate of Origin.

Sold for CHF 379,600.00

Estimations :

CHF 320,000 - 380,000

USD 300,000 - 350,000

EUR 200,000 - 240,000

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LOT 717

Ref. 5102G, “The CelestialWristwatch” Patek Philippe, Genève, “The Celestial Wristwatch”, movement No. 3328334, case No. 4310571, Ref. 5102G. Made in 2006, sold in 2007. Extremely fine, rare and unusual, astronomic, self-winding, 18K white gold wristwatch with mean time indication, nocturnal sky chart of the Northern Hemisphere, moon phases and moon orbit, time of themeridian passage of Sirius andmoonwith an 18Kwhite gold Patek Philippe buckle. Accompanied by the Certificate of Origin and a fitted box.

Sold for CHF 344,200.00

Estimations :

CHF 220,000 - 270,000

USD 200,000 - 250,000

EUR 140,000 - 170,000

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LOT 333

10 Days Tourbillon Patek Philippe, Genève, “10 Days Tourbillon”, movement No. 3361136, case No. 4244218, Ref. 5101P. Sold on May 20th , 2005. Extremely fine and very rare, rectangular and curved, Art Deco-style platinum wristwatch with oneminute tourbillon regulator, tandem mainspring barrels for 10-Day power reserve and an 18K white gold Patek Philippe deployant clasp. Accompanied by the Certificate of Origin, booklets and fitted box.

Sold for CHF 249,800.00

Estimations :

CHF 200,000 - 280,000

USD 180,000 - 260,000

EUR 130,000 - 175,000

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LOT 703

Double Tourbillon 30° Vision Greubel Forsey, Inventeurs Horlogers, “Double Tourbillon 30° Vision”, movement No. 0580, No. 16, case No. 00566. Made in the 2000s. Extremely fine and rare, important, heavy, water-resistant, 18K white gold wristwatch with 30° inclined visible inner oneminute tourbillon regulator, visible outer four-minutes tourbillon regulator with four minutes rotation indicator, twin barrels, 72-hour power reserve and an 18K white gold Greubel Forsey double deployant clasp.

Sold for CHF 238,000.00

Estimations :

CHF 200,000 - 300,000

USD 185,000 - 280,000

EUR 125,000 - 190,000

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LOT 349

Ref. 3450, Red Leap Year Indicator Patek Philippe, Genève, movement No. 1119619, case No. 2788643, Ref. 3450. Made in 1982, sold on May 13th, 1982. Very fine and very rare, self-winding, 18K yellow gold wristwatch with perpetual calendar, moon phases, red dot for the leap year indication and an 18K yellow gold Patek Philippe buckle. Accompanied by the Extract from the Archives and a fitted box.

Sold for CHF 226,200.00

Estimations :

CHF 200,000 - 250,000

USD 185,000 - 230,000

EUR 125,000 - 160,000

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LOT 707

Platinum Opus V Harry Winston and Felix Baumgartner, “Opus V”, No. 19/45, case No. 017676. The Opus V was made in a limited edition of 100 examples in 2005. Of these, 45 – including the present one - weremade in platinum(and without diamonds). Very fine and rare, heavy, water-resistant, platinum wristwatch with “satellite hour” display, retrogrademinutes, 122-hour power reserve, day and night indicator and a platinum Harry Winston buckle. Accompanied by a fitted box and certificate.

Sold for CHF 226,200.00

Estimations :

CHF 170,000 - 230,000

USD 155,000 - 210,000

EUR 110,000 - 140,000