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ANTIQUORUM PRESENTS JULY 2019 – MONACO AUCTION RESULTS

TUESDAY JULY 16th, 2019

A curated selection of Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces at Hôtel de Paris Monaco, Salle Empire

MONACO (July 17th, 2019) — After an outstanding three days of exhibition at the impressive Salle Empire inside the iconic Hotel de Paris of Monaco, Antiquorum, the horological auction house for more than four decades, announces a remarkable result for its first auction as a newly Monegasque entity.

The notable selection of the rarest modern & vintage timepieces generated more than 4 million in revenue

4287000 CHF or 3’874’650 EURO incl. buyer’s premium

For the first time of its history, the heart of Monaco Principality hosted a horological auction in the Hôtel de Paris. from Sunday July 14th to Tuesday July 16th, Antiquorum unveiled to the lucky few present in the Rivera summer time a curated collection gathering the most sought-after timekeepers.
The auction took place on the 16th at 4pm in a full room. During five intense hours, the man behind the hammer: Mr Romain Réa, expert & CEO of Antiquorum, ran through the 340 lots with passion.
The strength of Patek Philippe watches was once again proven with the remarkable Lot 342, a splendid Patek Philippe chronograph gifted in 1938 by the noble Count Jean Eugène de Chikoff to Dr. Lucien Jacoberger to thank him for saving the life of his daughter Eugenia. This rare watch with its original box and certificate concealed by descendance of the original owner reached 247’000 EURO.
The collectible brand tends to also seduce collectors in its singular versions; it’s the case for lot 282 the probably unique steel Aquanaut REF 5060A-0001with blue dial and red hand sold for 214’500 EURO. Part of the atypical Patek Phillip timekeepers, Antiquorum also highlights lots 48, the only one known
24-hour Patek Philippe pocket watch made in the 1930’s sold for 36’500 EURO; lot 226 Ref 4226 in
Lapis-Lazuli (sold for 7’410 EURO), lot 232 the ref 3466 Calatrava signed Haussman & Co in a unusual steel case (sold for 26’000 EURO).

Out of the top ten lots auctioned last Tuesday, half of them came from Rolex which continues to be highly appealing for collectors. such as the reference 8171 “Padellone” (lot 339), hammered for

208’000 EURO, is one of the most sought-after vintage Rolex watch on the market due to its rarity and elegance; another Rolex “Padellone” in yellow gold this time yield 104’000 Euro.

The undeniable success of the Rolex Daytona placed the yellow gold lots 313 and 334 to the fourth and seventh position of the auction top lot results with respectively 123’500 EURO and 123’500

EURO.

Antiquorum also would like to highlight the Vacheron Constantin Patrimony minute repeater, perpetual calendar in titanium, lot 150 sold for 153’400 EURO and the Vacheron Constantin “Sputnik Arts and Carfts” in white gold which captured the heart of a collector for 84’500 EURO.
Antiquorum, the world’s first horological auction house has been proud to entrust once again for this auction an exceptional illustration of watchmaking history as well as contemporary know-how of modern manufacturers. The success of this auction that took place in the mythical Hotel de Paris is a flying start and strong symbol for the establishment of the auction house in Monaco this year, a premiere since its creation in 1974, in Geneva Switzerland.

The top lots for the auction are as follows:

LOT 342

PATEK PHILIPPE, REF. 130, ART DÉCO CHRONOGRAPH, YELLOW GOLD

Extremely fine and rare, round-shaped Art Déco manual-winding chronograph and minute recorder, subsidiary seconds at 9, 30 minute recorder at 3, two-tone patinated silver pulsometric sector dial, snap-on case back, 18k yellow gold. Case back engraved in taille-douce (fine cut) with the cypher « L. J. », of Lucien Jacoberger (1903-1981).

Extrêmement rare et beau chronographe en or jaune 18k (750). Boîtier rond Art Déco. Fond clippé. Cadran à secteurs deux tons argent patinné avec échelle 30 pulsations. Totalisateur 30 minutes à 3h et petite trotteuse à 9h. Mouvement mécanique manuel. Le fond de boîte est monogrammé en taille-douce « L. J. » pour Lucien Jacoberger (1903-1981).

Sold for 247,000.00 EUR

Estimations :

EUR 80,000 - 120,000

CHF 90,000 - 135,000

USD 90,000 - 135,000

LOT 282

PATEK PHILIPPE, REF. 5060A-001, AQUANAUT, PROBABLY UNIQUE, STEEL

Fine and probably unique, cushion-shaped stainless steel self-winding wristwatch with blue dial, date and red center seconds.

Superbe et probablement unique montre en acier. Boîtier coussin, fond saphir. Cadran bleu avec dateur à 3h et secondes centrales rouges. Mouvement automatique, poinçon de Genève.

Sold for 214,500.00 EUR

Estimations :

EUR 180,000 - 220,000

CHF 200,000 - 245,000

USD 200,000 - 245,000

LOT 339

ROLEX, REF. 8171, PADELLONE STAINLESS STEEL

Fine and very rare, stainless steel self-winding astronomic wristwatch with day, date and moon phases.

Très rare et superbe montre en acier. Boîtier rond. Cadran argent avec index épis appliqués. Indication du jour et du mois par guichets à midi. Phases de lune et petite trotteuse à 6h. Mouvement automatique certifié chronomètre.

Sold for 208,000.00 EUR

Estimations :

EUR 130,000 - 180,000

CHF 145,000 - 200,000

USD 145,000 - 200,000

LOT 150

VACHERON CONSTANTIN, REF. 30020/000P-7596, PATRIMONY MINUTE REPEATER, PERPETUAL CALENDAR, PLATINUM

Sold for 153,400.00 EUR

Estimations :

EUR 150,000 - 250,000

CHF 168,000 - 280,000

USD 168,000 - 280,000

LOT 313

ROLEX, REF. 6263, DAYTONA, YELLOW GOLD

Very fine and rare 18k yellow gold, manual-winding chronograph with champagne dial and three black registers.

Beau et rare chronographe en or jaune 18k (750). Boîtier rond. Couronne, poussoirs et fond vissés. Lunette époxy noire avec échelle tachymétrique. Cadran champagne trois compteurs noirs. Mouvement mécanique manuel à roue à colonnes.

Sold for 123,500.00 EUR

Estimations :

EUR 75,000 - 100,000

CHF 85,000 - 110,000

USD 85,000 - 110,000

LOT 334

ROLEX, REF. 6263, DAYTONA, 14K YELLOW GOLD

Very fine and extremely rare 14k yellow gold manual-winding chronograph with champagne dial and three black registers.

Beau et très rare chronographe en or jaune 14k (585). Boîtier rond. Couronne, poussoirs et fond vissés. Lunette époxy noire avec échelle tachymétrique. Cadran champagne trois compteurs noirs. Mouvement mécanique manuel à roue à colonnes.

Sold for 123,500.00 EUR

Estimations :

EUR 80,000 - 100,000

CHF 90,000 - 110,000

USD 90,000 - 110,000

LOT 285

PATEK PHILIPPE, REF. 3700/1, JUMBO NAUTILUS, STEEL

Very fine and rare, large, cushion-shaped, self-winding, « Sigma » blue dial, stainless steel wristwatch.

Très belle et rare montre en acier. Boîtier coussin. Cadran bleu « Sigma » avec guichet dateur à 3h. Mouvement automatique.

Sold for 110,500.00 EUR

Estimations :

EUR 60,000 - 80,000

CHF 67,000 - 90,000

USD 67,000 - 90,000

LOT 337

ROLEX, REF. 8171, PADELLONE, YELLOW GOLD

Large and very rare yellow gold, self-winding certified chronometer with triple date and moon phases.

Grande et très rare montre à triple quantième en jaune 18k (750). Boîtier rond. Cadran crème avec index or appliqués. Indication du jour et du mois par double guichets à 12h, de la date par aiguille flèche bleue. Phases de lune et petite trotteuse à 6h. Mouvement automatique certifié chronomètre.

Sold for 104,000.00 EUR

Estimations :

EUR 80,000 - 120,000

CHF 90,000 - 135,000

USD 90,000 - 135,000

LOT 241

ROLEX, REF. 6234, ANTI-MAGNETIC OYSTER CHRONOGRAPH, 14K YELLOW GOLD

Very fine and rare, manual-winding, round-shaped, oyster case, 14k yellow gold chronograph, silver dial with three registers.

Très beau et rare chronographe en or jaune 14k (585). Boîtier rond. Fond vissé. Cadran argent trois compteurs. Aiguilles, index bâtons appliqués or. Mouvement mécanique manuel.

Sold for 89,700.00 EUR

Estimations :

EUR 50,000 - 100,000

CHF 56,000 - 112,000

USD 56,000 - 112,000

LOT 151

VACHERON CONSTANTIN, SPUTNIK, WHITE GOLD

Extremely rare and fine, limited edition, 18k white gold, self-winding wristwatch with blue dial and an engraved white gold Sputnik miniature.

Très rare et superbe montre en or blanc. Boîtier rond. Cadran bleu avec lecture des heures et minutes par disque tournant. Un Sputnik miniature en or blanc est gravé sur le cadran. Mouvement automatique.

Sold for 84,500.00 EUR

Estimations :

EUR 60,000 - 120,000

CHF 67,000 - 135,000

USD 67,000 - 135,000

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