Antiquorum Opens 30th Year with $4.4 Million Auction

Antiquorum opened its 30th year with a March 24 auction of important collector's wristwatches, pocket watches, and clocks that brought in $4,441,196. The sale was held in New York City at the Grand Havana Room. A number of timepieces went for double and even triple their presale estimates. The live Web broadcast on was followed by more than 4,500 collectors. Top prices were fetched by Breguet, Patek Philippe, Vacheron Constantin, and Cartier pieces. The sale's star—a rare 18k yellow gold Cartier minute-repeating Art Deco wristwatch from the 1920s—sold for $640,500. Other top sellers included a rare Patek Philippe minute-repeating platinum wristwatch with one-minute tourbillon regulator, circa 2000 ($321,500); a unique 1930s Vacheron Constantin "La Caravelle" platinum bras-en-l'air dress watch with diamond-set dial ($211,500); a 1940s Patek Philippe 18k yellow g

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