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 1.11 Mio.
Patek Philippe, extremely rare "Grand Complication" with minute repeater, perpetual calendar and moon phase, 2013.
CHF 256 500
Rolex, extremely rare "Daytona", ca. 1967.
CHF 158 900
Patek Philippe, very rare and like new "Aquanaut Chronograph", 2021.
CHF 626 300
Rolex, very rare "Paul Newman" Daytona in exceptional condition, ca. 1968.
CHF 195 500
Rolex, extremely rare cosmograph with original warranty certificate and "Sigma" dial, 1987.
CHF 183 300
Patek Philippe, extremely rare "Beyer" Jubilee Perpetual Calendar, 1985.
CHF 104 000
Patek Philippe. Very rare "Nautilus Annual Calendar", 2013.
CHF 73 500
Piguet & Bachmann, extremely rare Grand Complication in exceptional condition, ca. 1880.
CHF 55 200
Thomas Mudge, technically and historically significant astronomical movement with double dial, equation, annual calendar, central second, and repeater, ca. 1750.
CHF 71 060