Antiquorum

Antiquorum is an auctioneer of modern and vintage timepieces.wikipedia
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Longines

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On October 16, 2008, Antiquorum sold a gold Longines wristwatch once owned by Albert Einstein for US$596,000 in New York.
His Longines' wristwatch, which was presented to him in 1931 by Rabbi Edgar Magnin, was auctioned by Antiquorum for US$596,000 on October 16, 2008 in New York, making it the most expensive Longines' timepiece ever sold at auction.

Patek Philippe SA

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In 2002, Antiquorum set the all-time world record for a wristwatch at auction, selling a unique 1939 platinum Patek Philippe World Time Ref. 1415 for US$4,026,524 (SFr. 6,603,500) - more than double the previous world record.
2523) holds 6 spots among the 58 world's most expensive watches sold at auction (over 2 million US dollars), with the highest record of 4.027 million US dollars (6,603,500 CHF) sold at Antiquorum's Geneva auction on April 13, 2002.

Patek Philippe Calibre 89

In November 2009 and March 2004, Antiquorum sold the yellow-gold and the white-gold Patek Philippe Calibre 89, respectively, and both watches currently rank among the top 10 most expensive watches ever sold at auction, with final prices over 5 million US dollars.
The yellow-gold and the white-gold Calibre 89 were sold at auction by Antiquorum in 2009 and 2004, respectively, and both watches currently rank among the top 10 most expensive watches ever sold at auction, with final prices over 5 million US dollars.

List of most expensive watches sold at auction

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In November 2009 and March 2004, Antiquorum sold the yellow-gold and the white-gold Patek Philippe Calibre 89, respectively, and both watches currently rank among the top 10 most expensive watches ever sold at auction, with final prices over 5 million US dollars.
As of December 2018, there are at least five auction houses that have sold watches for no less than two million US dollars: Christie's, Phillips, Antiquorum, Sotheby's, and Poly Auction.

Geneva

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The company was founded in Geneva in 1974 by Osvaldo Patrizzi and expanded to have branches in ten cities, including New York, London, Moscow, Paris, Milan, Munich, Shanghai, and Tokyo.

Lawsuit

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In June 2007 he was removed by the board of directors and later filed a number of lawsuits.

Albert Einstein

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On October 16, 2008, Antiquorum sold a gold Longines wristwatch once owned by Albert Einstein for US$596,000 in New York.

New York City

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On October 16, 2008, Antiquorum sold a gold Longines wristwatch once owned by Albert Einstein for US$596,000 in New York.

Mahatma Gandhi

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In March 2009, Antiquorum auctioned a number of Gandhi's possessions including his Zenith pocket watch and spectacles. This caused controversy and the Indian government tried to cancel the sale.

Zenith (watchmaker)

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In March 2009, Antiquorum auctioned a number of Gandhi's possessions including his Zenith pocket watch and spectacles. This caused controversy and the Indian government tried to cancel the sale.

Evan Zimmermann

Evan Zimmermann is the President and CEO of Antiquorum, a Swiss auction house, established in 1974, that specializes in selling watches.

Vacheron Constantin

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On April 03, 2005, the Vacheron Constantin pocket watch Ref. 57260 (1929), which was owned by King Fouad I of Eygpt, reached a final price of 2.77 million US dollars (3,306,250 CHF) in Antiquorum's Geneva auction.

Universal Genève

45th U.S. President Donald Trump owned a Universal Genève Senna watch before donating the timepiece to Antiquorum for charity.

Tour de I'lle

On April 3, 2005, a Tour de I'lle wristwatch was auctioned by Antiquorum, reaching a final price of 1.56 million US dollars (1,876,250 CHF).

List of watchmakers

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Antoine Preziuso (born 1957), ((AHCI)), Swiss watchmaker, Patek Philippe, Antiquorum, tourbillon.