Antiquorum’s Geneva, 13th November 2011 Auction Totaled 11,672,850

The top lots for the auction are as follows:

LOT 603

PATEK PHILIPPE, THE RECENTLY DISCOVERED EXCEPTIONAL FULL 24-HOUR REPEATING, QUARTER AND SPECIAL-TYPE FIVE-MINUTE REPEATING 24-HOURS IN ONE REVOLUTION POCKET WATCH Patek Philippe & Cie, Genève, movement No. 97443, case No. 212850. Sold to Monsieur E. E. Hoesch, Villa Barbaia, Mergellina, Naples, on November 27, 1894 for 3750 Swiss Francs. Exceptional, highly important and almost certainly unique, large, full 24-hour, quarter and special-type five-minute repeating, 18K pink gold, keyless pocket watch with perpetual calendar, chronograph, moon phases, lunar calendar and 24-hour dial for 24-hours in one revolution. Accompanied by the original Certificate of Origin and Patek Philippe sales receipt.

Sold for 2,098,500.00 CHF

Estimate CHF 200,000 - 300,000  
USD 215,000 - 325,000
EUR 165,000 - 245,000

LOT 176

Patek Philippe
Ref. Ref. 1518

Sold for 326,500.00 CHF

Estimate CHF 200,000 - 300,000  
USD 220,000 - 325,000
EUR 165,000 - 245,000

LOT 579

Patek Philippe
Ref. Ref. 5100

Sold for 242,500.00 CHF

Estimate CHF 200,000 - 300,000  
USD 215,000 - 325,000
EUR 165,000 - 245,000

LOT 583

Patek Philippe
Ref. Ref. 5959

Sold for 236,500.00 CHF

Estimate CHF 200,000 - 300,000  
USD 215,000 - 325,000
EUR 165,000 - 245,000

LOT 589

Patek Philippe
Ref. Ref. 866

Sold for 236,500.00 CHF

Estimate CHF 30,000 - 60,000  
USD 33,000 - 65,000
EUR 25,000 - 50,000

LOT 597

ROLEX REF. 6284 TWO AMERICAS CLOISONNE DIAL BY MARGUERITE KOCH Rolex, "Oyster Perpetual", case No. 841835, Ref. 6284. Made in only six examples circa 1950. Exceptionally rare and fine, self-winding, water-resistant, 18K yellow gold wristwatch with cloisonné enamel map of the two Americas. Property of the Family of the Original Owner

Sold for 212,500.00 CHF

Estimate CHF 80,000 - 140,000  
USD 90,000 - 150,000
EUR 65,000 - 115,000

LOT 451

VACHERON CONSTANTIN REF. 30020 RÉPÉTITION MINUTES QUANTIÈME PERPÉTUEL, PLATINUM Vacheron Constantin, Genève, 'Répétition Minutes Quantième Perpétuel', case No. 634576, Ref. 30020. Made circa 2000. Extremely fine and important, astronomic, minute-repeating, platinum wristwatch with perpetual calendar, moon phases and a platinum Vacheron Constantin buckle. Accompanied by a fitted box and certificate.

Sold for 182,500.00 CHF

Estimate CHF 150,000 - 200,000  
USD 165,000 - 215,000
EUR 125,000 - 165,000

LOT 595

Patek Philippe
Ref. Ref. 1339

Sold for 182,500.00 CHF

Estimate CHF 40,000 - 60,000  
USD 45,000 - 65,000
EUR 33,000 - 55,000

LOT 582

Patek Philippe
Ref. Ref. 5131

Sold for 152,500.00 CHF

Estimate CHF 100,000 - 150,000  
USD 110,000 - 165,000
EUR 80,000 - 125,000

LOT 163

'LA RUSSE II' - ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT COMPLICATED WATCHES OF THE 19TH CENTURY THE UNIQUE JULIAN & GREGORIAN DOUBLE PERPETUAL CALENDAR, TWO TIME ZONE, MINUTEREPEATING AND CHRONOGRAPH WATCH OF 1873 Swiss, 'Grande Complication', No. 12199, retailed by G. Aspe, Paris. Started in April 1873, finished circa 1880, sold by Aspe, Paris, to Monsieur P. Hebert on June 23, 1896 for 3240 Francs. Highly important, unique and exceptional, large, double perpetual calendar for Julian and Gregorian calendars, minute-repeating, two time zone, antimagnetic, 18K pink gold, keyless pocket watch with chronograph, central progressive 60-minute register, moon phase, lunar calendar and 'reference d'heure' world-time calculation chart. Accompanied by the original G. Aspe receipt of sale, fitted box with initials PH.

Sold for 146,500.00 CHF

Estimate CHF 100,000 - 150,000  
USD 110,000 - 165,000
EUR 80,000 - 125,000