Montres-Bracelets & Montres de poche
More than half of the luxury watches sold in the world today come from Switzerland, and the principal brands nearly all proudly display the "Swiss Made" label. As the largest Swiss auction house, it naturally follows that we organize dedicated auctions for rare wristwatches and pocket watches. Men’s wristwatches from major brands from the 40s, 50s and 60s are by far the fastest-growing category in these sales, led by Patek Philippe, and closely followed by vintage Rolex, Vacheron Constantin, A. Lange & Söhne, Audemars Piguet, IWC and Breguet watches, all of which are regularly featured in our auctions.
CHF 733 500
GENTLEMAN'S WRISTWATCH, PATEK PHILIPPE WORLD-TIME, 1968.
CHF 456 500
Patek Philippe, chronograph with two-tone dial, 1961.
CHF 210 000
Patek Philippe, very rare Perpetual Calendar, 1985.
CHF 232 100
F.P. Journe. Extremely rare "Chronometre a Resonance", 2002.
CHF 134 500
Patek Philippe Chronograph with Perpetual Calendar, 1998.
CHF 122 300
Patek Philippe. Extremely rare Chronograph, 2008.
CHF 119 860
Patek Philippe, Jumbo Nautilus, ca. 1979.
CHF 114 500
Patek Philippe, extremely rare Perpetual Calendar, 1951.
CHF 108 500
Rare Rolex Daytona "double SWISS", ca. 1964.
CHF 92 900