The Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces auction organized by Antiquorum featured an exclusive selection of 624 exceptional pieces. Total sales included: $ 9 995 495 USD, selling 71% of the lots presented.
Lot 200 : Patek Philippe, ref. 5002, platinum wristwatch with complications, model SkyMoon Tourbillon, sold for $ 1 049 000 USD.
Lot 388 : Rolex, ref. 6241, 14K yellow gold bracelet chronograph, sold for $ 569 000 USD.
Lot 335 : Patek Philippe Calatrava, ref. 96, or 344% of variation between the low estimate and the final result ($ 20 000 USD).
Lot 41 : Heuer, ref. 1158 CHN, or 338% of variation between the low estimate and the final result ($ 52 500 USD).
Lot 359 : Rolex ref. 1625, or 300% of variation between the low estimate and the final result ($ 4 000 USD).
BREAKDOWN BY BRANDS
On the top step of the podium, with a watch having passed the million dollar mark, average per lot $ 72 153 USD. A result based on the highest bid of the sale with lot 200.
On the second step of the podium, with five watches above $ 200 000 USD, average per lot $ 38 939 USD.
On the third step of the podium, average per lot $ 8 641 USD.
These three brands represent a total product of $ 7 457 875, representing nearly 75% of the total sale.
AVERAGE PRICE PER LOT
Given the large number of lots, 624 in total, including 179 unsold lots, the average price of a lot was $ 22 666 USD.
The house specialized in watch auctions since 1974 has offered us a wide range of watches of all kinds which gives behind the duo Patek Philippe and Rolex, a wide range of brands with vintage models that sold well during this session Geneva. Note the excellent results of the brand Heuer, those no less interesting of the brand Zenith, which is a good point for the cluster watchmaking LVMH Group. With the only millionaire bid outside Phillips of all auction houses this season in Geneva..