Monaco Auction results |Antiquorum

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Monaco Auction results |Antiquorum

ALMOST $ 7’000’000

MONACO AUCTION RESULTS

3 WORLD RECORDS

On Wednesday July 21st, 2021, Antiquorum, the world’s premier auctioneers of modern and vintage timepieces established in Geneva in 1974, hosted its Monaco summer auction in the sublime setting of the Hôtel de Paris, achieving a result of EUR 5,771,077 with 3 world records.

Earlier this week, Antiquorum auctioned off the eagerly awaited LOT 152, otherwise known as the Patek Philippe Ref. 5711/1A Nautilus with olive green dial, for a stunning EUR 416,000 / CHF 450,000 / USD 490,000 (incl. buyer’s premium). This remarkable result came after tense exchanges between bidders online and in the room, with Antiquorum CEO Romain Réa finally hammering the gavel at six times over the low estimate.

 

World Record
1st presented at auction sealed 
The official market value settled publicly

LOT 152 PATEK PHILIPPE
Ref. 5711/1A-014, self-winding, centre-seconds, date;
“Nautilus” so-called “Green dial”; stainless steel; sealed ; circa 2021
SOLD € 416,000

 

 

World Record
1st Royal Oak Intermediary series full set in auction

LOT 430 ROYAL OAK
Audemars Piguet
Ref. 5402ST, intermediary series; “Royal Oak”; stainless steel; circa 1976
SOLD € 286,000

 

World Record
For a Tourbillon “Pour le Mérite” in yellow gold

LOT 435 LANGE & SHÖNE
Ref. 701.001, one-minute tourbillon regulator; “Lange-Tourbillon Pour le Mérite”; limited edition of 150 examples; gold ; circa 1998
SOLD € 273,000

 

TOP LOTS

 

LOT 154 PATEK PHILIPPE
Ref. 5065/1A-010, self-winding, large-size, centreseconds, date, red “prune” “plum” colour dial; “Aquanaut”; stainless steel ; circa 2005
SOLD € 114,400

 

 

LOT 424 F.P JOURNE
“Chronomètre à résonance”, limited edition, souscription; platinium ; circa 2015
SOLD € 650,000

 

LOT 150 ROLEX
Ref. 16600, centre-seconds, date; “Sea-dweller” “Comex”; stainless steel ; circa 2003
SOLD € 119,600

 

LOT 433 OMEGA
Ref. KOT 741 AV, large chronograph, minute counter, patented dial with scale graduated in an Archimedean spiral; “Anti-Magnétique”; 18K yellow gold
SOLD € 65,000

 

Affirming its presence and strength on the Monaco scene, Antiquorum has delivered once again incredible results, hence expanding its position in the horology market. All eyes are now turned to its upcoming auction of the second semester.

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