Patek Philippe replica Cousteau
The top parts incorporated a Patek Philippe minute repeater, two Patek ref. 5004s, and Philippe Cousteau’s Rolex “twofold red” Sea-Dweller, ref. 1665. We should investigate the main 10 dealers. Antiquorum’s fall closeout in New York created a great $3,679,437 in deals.
The top parcel of the sale was this arrangement of four Vacheron Constantin “Metiers D’Art” Masks timepieces. The set included a pink gold case with Mexico cover, a white gold case with Gabon veil, a yellow gold case with a custom Buddha Japan cover, and a platinum case with Papua New Guinea veil. This parcel, number 223, sold for $603,750.
The following three parcels are gatherer top choices from high quality watch Patek Philipe. Parcel 117 is a ref. 3939 moment repeater in white gold with what was portrayed in the inventory as a “perhaps special Breguet dial.” This watch was sold new in 2002, and at the sale, it brought $351,750. A second arrangement of hands, and an extra veneer dial, went with this watch.
Part 116, a platinum Patek Philippe ref. 5004P-033 with precious stone dial, initially sold in 2009, brought $231,750. This reference includes a split-seconds chronograph, interminable timetable, moon stages, jump year, and 24 hour sign, and it was sold with both the sapphire precious stone and strong casebacks.
Parcel 115 is another Patek Philippe ref. 5004R, this one in pink gold and dating to the year 2000. Sold with two casebacks and its setting pin, this piece was pounded down at $219,750.
The following four top-offering parts are exemplary models from Rolex, and the watch appeared beneath was the superstar. Part 199 is a Rolex Sea-Dweller ref. 1665, patent pending, with twofold red Mark I dial. Delivered in 1967, this watch had a place with Philippe Cousteau, child of unbelievable undersea voyager and explorer Jacques Cousteau. This parcel incorporated a few Cousteau tokens, including six 8×10 photos indicating Philippe Cousteau wearing the watch. The last deal cost was $183,750.
Part 86 is a Rolex ref. 6263 Daytona chronograph in stainless steel with a tropical dial, alleged in light of the fact that it has blurred to a satisfying cocoa shading because of presentation to the sun. Delivered in 1978, this watch, with unique hands and in incredible general condition, brought $87,500, well over the high presale appraisal of $50,000.
Parcel 90 is a Rolex ref. 6239 “Paul Newman” Oyster Cosmograph Daytona, created around 1964. Portrayed as being in remarkable condition, this watch brought $87,500, against a presale appraisal of $75,000 to $100,000.
The following parcel, number 89, is another Rolex chronograph, this one a reference 6264 in 14k yellow gold. Created in 1970,this watch was sold on a strap with a gold-plated Rolex clasp, and with a 14k yellow gold Oyster arm jewelery needing repair. This part brought $81,250.
Our penultimate parcel is number 182, an A. Lange and Söhne ref. 410.025 Datograph Perpetual Calendar in platinum. Created around 2007, this timepiece sold for $77,250, near the high presale assessment of $80,000.
Adjusting the main ten is parcel 70, a 54mm J. Ullman and Co. Chinese-market bells grande sonnerie minute repeater in a pearl-set yellow gold and lacquer seeker case. Delivered around 1900, this piece sold at $65,000, a stunning ten times the presale low gauge.
Every last cost incorporate commissions. Pictures kindness Antiqourum.