The top lots for the auction are as follows:
Breguet & Fils No. 2497, "Pendule a Almanach", sold to Prince Aldobrandini on 9th June 1810, for 2544 Francs. Very fine small gilt bronze quarter repeating, moon phase astronomical eight day going travelling clock with full calendar and alarm.
Sold for 214,700.00 CHF
Estimate CHF 160,000 - 200,000
"The Longitude Watch" Louis Audemars, Brassus, Swiss, No. 11734, specially made for the 1873 Universal Exhibition in Vienna. Extremely fine and unique 18K gold hunting cased, double face, moon phase astronomical keyless watch with perpetual calendar and two time zone subsidiary dial, specially designed to give the time by difference of longitude, for one of the 40 European cities selected on the outer ring.
Sold for 174,000.00 CHF
Estimate CHF 80,000 - 100,000
William Anthony, London, Nos. 1567 and 1568, made for the Chinese Market, circa 1795. Magnificent and rare 18K gold and enamel, pearl and diamond-set pair of centre seconds watches with special escapement.
Sold for 168,500.00 CHF
Estimate CHF 130,000 - 160,000
A. Lange & Sane, Glashiitte B/Dresden, No. 31837, sold to Fa. A. Fick & Sohne, Essen, on 24 June 1898, for 693 Marks. Fine and extremely rare 18K pink gold, hunting cased self winding watch with 30 hour power reserve indication.
Sold for 124,500.00 CHF
Estimate CHF 0 - 0
Rolex Oyster Perpetual, Officially Certified Chronometer, Ref. 6062, 1950's. Extremely rare and fine tonneau shaped, waterproof, self-winding, astronomic, 18K yellow gold and diamonds gentleman's wristwatch with triple date and moon phases, and 18K yellow gold flexible bracelet.
Sold for 119,000.00 CHF
Estimate CHF 90,000 - 11,000