We are extremly glad to announce you Bukowskis upcoming auction “Important Timepieces” .
On October 18th, Bukowskis is opening the viewing for Important Timepieces. The viewing follows by a hammer auction in the classic premises at Berzelii Park 1 in Stockholm.
Viewing: October 18th – 22th at Berzelii Park 1 in Stockholm
Auction: October 23rd at Arsenalsgatan 2 in Stockholm
– Prior to this fall’s auction we can already present a nice mix of vintage watches and future classics as well as sports and suiting watches from the most sought-after watches makers such as Omega, Rolex, Patek Philippe och Heuer, says Carl Palmegren, head specialists watches.
Bukowskis’ Important Timepieces is an auction with focus on usual collector’s items and watches of high quality with exciting provenances. The auction’s assortment is unique curated by Bukowskis’ watch experts Carl Palmegren and Nina Westerlund.
– Our buyers have shown a huge interest for women’s watches and we now have a larger selection on this fall’s auction than we ever had before, says Nina Westerlund, specialist watches.
The auction has due to its unique assortment been internationally noticed and achieved several record prices on a high level. The latest top sale was a Omega Speedmaster 2915-1 that was sold for a final price of 2.2 million SEK, which was a new world record for that watch model.
In this article you will discover the auction highlights, if you’d like to see the whole catalogue please click here.
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Rolex Daytona, ref. 16520, chronograph, full set, 225 bezel, inverted 6.
Pink gold diamond Patek Philippe Aquanaut, full set, excellent condition.
Patek Philippe Nautilus ref. 3800 with box and papers.
Rare oversized Vacheron Constantin “Cioccolatone”.
Universal Geneve uni-compax “Big Eye” chronograph.
Sharp Rolex Submariner ref. 5513 from 1964 with rare underline, gilt, meter first dial.
Omega Speedmaster “Ultraman” with extract of the archives confirming the orange hand. Delivered to Switzerland in 1968.
Heuer Autavia chronograph “Jo Siffert Mark VI” with original gay Frères bracelet.