ANTIQUORUM will organize in the Principality of Monaco 3 Auctions on the 17-18-19 July 2018 in collaboration with Monaco Legend Group.
The sales will be:
Rare Watches, Fine Jewels & Modern Art
55th Anniversary, Porsche 911 – Rolex Daytona
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Enjoy our selection of 10 highlights of the three auctions:
Rolex Comex ref 1665 Mission Hydra IV from 1970 – estimate 100 000€
Rolex Submariner Ref. 1680 first generation full set
Rolex Daytona Paul Newman ref 6240 from 1968 – estimate 280 000 €
Rolex Daytona ref 6263 ‘Fuerza Aerea Del Peru’ tropical dial from 1970 – estimate 180 000 €
Rolex ref 16520 first generation, porcelaine, dial from 1988 – estimate 60 000€
Patek Philippe ref 1593 in platinum with diamond indexes from 1950 – estimate 35 000€
Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris ‘New Old Stock’ Full Set from 1965- estimate 22 000€
Omega Calibre 33.3 black dial from 1940 – estimate 28 000€
Leonidas, Premier Chronographe Fly-Back black dial from 1930 – estimate 10 000€
About the Daytona auction, a very special watch will be offered:
CHRISTOPHE BOUCHUT’S WATCH WINNER ROLEX 24 DAYTONA 1995
One of the most successful endurance drivers in the world, Christophe Bouchut is a
past winner of the Rolex 24 At Daytona, the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the 24 Hours of
Spa. He has also won three Porsche Carrera Cup France championships, three FIA GT
titles and a FFSA GT championship. He is the only triple FIA GT champion in history.
Bouchut has been a regular co-driver for Scott Tucker since the 2008 season and was an
integral part in the team’s success. During the 2010 season, Bouchut earned his 100th
career victory en route to the American Le Mans Series LMPC Team Championship.
The 24 Hours of Daytona, currently known as the Rolex 24 At Daytona for sponsorship
reasons, is a 24-hour sports car endurance race held annually at Daytona International
Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. It is run on a 3.56-mile (5.73 km) combined
road course, utilizing portions of the NASCAR tri-oval and an infield road course.
Since its inception, it has been held the last weekend of January or first weekend of
February, part of Speedweeks, and it is the first major automobile race of the year in
the United States. It is also the first race of the season for the WeatherTech SportsCar
The race has had several names over the years. Since 1991, the Rolex Watch Company
is the title sponsor of the race under a naming rights arrangement, replacing Sunbank
(now SunTrust) which in turn replaced Pepsi in 1984. Winning drivers of all classes
receive a steel Rolex Daytona watch.