Geneva’s auctions report

Last Geneva’s auctions confirmed the rising trend of “super quality” wrist watches…
In particular we point out the rise of vintage Rolex , where the goal of 1 million previously considered unreachable, has now become a habit !!
We were lucky enough to attend the following world selling records celebrated at Phillips – Bacs and Russo:

The Steel Patek Philippe 1463 (lot 272) made in 1951 : CHF 1.205.000

The Steel Patek Philippe 1463 (lot 272) made in 1951 : CHF 1.205.000

 

The amazing pink gold Rolex “Stelline” ref 6062 made in 1953 (lot 253): CHF 1.265.000

The amazing pink gold Rolex “Stelline” ref 6062 made in 1953 (lot 253): CHF 1.265.000

 

The mint steel Rolex “Padellone” ref 8171 made in 1950 (lot 167) : CHF 905.000

The mint steel Rolex “Padellone" ref 8171 made in 1950 (lot 167) : CHF 905.000

 

We can also highlight the excellent results of these amazing watches:

 

The Patek Philippe ref 3450 retailed by Beyer (lot 318 at Antiquorum): CHF 255.750

 

The Patek Philippe ref 3450 retailed by Beyer (lot 318 at Antiquorum): CHF 255.750

The steel split-seconds Patek Philippe1436 made in 1945 ( lot 169 at Phillips) : CHF 3.301.000

The steel split-seconds Patek Philippe1436 made in 1945 ( lot 169 at Phillips) : CHF 3.301.000

 

The yellow gold First series Patek Philippe 2499 with “Champagne” dial ( lot 254 at Phillips ) : CHF 1.805.000

Patek Philippe Ref. 2499 1st series "Champagne"

 

Another stunning result from its last sale, was made by the unique 5513 specially adapted for James Bond’s “Live and Let Die” (lot 290 at Philipps) sold at CHF 365.000.

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