Antiquorum

Antiquorum was founded in Geneva in 1974. Antiquorum specialises on modern and vintage timepieces, and has become one of the premier auctioneers of its sort. Antiquorum has set numerous world sales records for timepieces at their auctions, some of which has belonged to celebrities and famous people, such as Elvis Presley, Mahatma Gandhi, and Einstein. Antiquorum is an internationally established auction house today, and conducts about ten auctions each year in Geneva, New York and Hong Kong. Antiquorum also has offices and agents all around the world, and strives to offer their clients a full service by their internationally recognised watch experts.

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Rare watch owned by General Douglas MacArthur at Antiquorum
Antiquorum's sale on 10th May at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Geneva features exciting timepieces including a Philippe Ref. 2499/100 retailed by Tiffany & Co. and a Jaeger LeCoultre Reverso that belonged to General Douglas MacArthur.
Barnebys Picks: Top 5 at Antiquorum
Antiquorum's Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces sale on 15th April offers an incredible collection of 272 timepieces, including watches by A. Lange & Söhne, Patek Philippe and Rolex. Click on the watch to check out the auction.
Barnebys meets with Evan Zimmermann, President & CEO of Antiquorum
Evan Zimmermann, President & CEO of Antiquorum, meets with Barnebys and tells us about some extraordinary moments in Antiquorum's history. He also shares some of his favourite pieces from the upcoming Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces auction, which will be held on 8th -9th November in Geneva.

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Gérald Genta, Genève, "Automatic", Ref. G 2747.4, No. 30285. Produced in the 1980's.Fine, octagonal, astronomic, self-winding, 18K yellow gold gentlem
Gérald Genta, Genève, "Automatic", Ref. G 2747.4, No. 30285. Produced in the 1980's.Fine, octagonal, astronomic, self-winding, 18K yellow gold gentleman's wristwatch with registers, moon phases and an 18K yellow gold Gérald Genta buckle.\n\nC. two-body, solid, polished, stepped bezel, "Vendôme" type central lugs with screwed bars, onyx-set crown, flat crystal. D. matte silver with painted radial Roman numerals, auxiliary dials for the seconds, the days of the month, of the week and the 24 hours, aperture for the moon phases. "Bâton" gold hands. M. Cal. 2203, rhodium- plated, 25 jewels, "fausses-côtes" decoration, lever escapement, monometallic balance, adjusted to 4 positions, shock-absorber, self-compensating flat balance-spring.Dial, case and movement signed.Dim. 31 x 31 mm. Antiquorum
Universal - Steel - Compax - Chronograph Universal, Genève, Compax, Case No. 885108, Ref. 2.892.960. Made in the 1970's. Fine, water-resistant, stainl
Universal - Steel - Compax - Chronograph Universal, Genève, Compax, Case No. 885108, Ref. 2.892.960. Made in the 1970's. Fine, water-resistant, stainless steel wristwatch with round button chronograph, registers, tachometer bezel and a stainless steel Universal link bracelet. Accompanied by a fitted box, certificate, instruction booklet, hang tag and case back sticker. \n\nC. Three-body, polished, tachometer graduation on the blue bezel to 500 units, screwed-down case back, lyre lugs. D. Tri-color black, white and blue with applied steel indexes and luminous dots, outer 1/5th seconds track with red 5-minute/seconds markers, guilloché subsidiary dials for the seconds, the 12-hour and 30-minute registers. Luminous steel tapered hands. M. Cal. 85, rhodium-plated, 17 jewels, straight-line lever escapement, monometallic balance, shock absorber, selfcompensating flat balance spring. Diam. 36 mm. Thickness 13 mm. Approx. overall length 200 mm. Dial, case and movement signed.\nNew Old Stock Antiquorum
Gérald Genta, "Retro", Ref. G 3714. Produced circa 2000.Fine and unusual, jump-hour, self-winding, water-resistant, 18K white gold and diamond gentlem
Gérald Genta, "Retro", Ref. G 3714. Produced circa 2000.Fine and unusual, jump-hour, self-winding, water-resistant, 18K white gold and diamond gentleman's wristwatch with retrogrademinutes, retrograde date and an 18K white gold Gérald Genta buckle.\n\nC. three-body, solid, polished, reeded band, bezel set with diamonds, straight lugs, gold screwed bars, case back with 6 screws,winding-crown edged with gold dots, sapphire crystal. D. "guilloché" mother-of-pearl with white painted Arabic numerals, at 12, sectorfor the retrograde minutes, at 6, 150 degree sector for the date, below 12, aperture for the jump hour. White gold "Epée" hands. M. Cal.GA 4700, rhodium-plated, 27 jewels, straight line lever escapement, monometallic balance, shock absorber, self-compensating flatbalance-spring.Dial, case and movement signed.Diam. 34 mm. Antiquorum
“Lac de Cupidon” E. Gübelin, Lucerne, No. 57725. Made circa 1910. Very fine and very rare, 8-day going, silver-gilt, painted on enamel, ivory and glas
“Lac de Cupidon” E. Gübelin, Lucerne, No. 57725. Made circa 1910. Very fine and very rare, 8-day going, silver-gilt, painted on enamel, ivory and glass mystery table clock with the original Gübelin gold-tooled morocco box.\n\nC. Bowl-form, beaded and laurel borders, concave side decorated with a fine painted on enamel continuous scene of a Swiss landscape with a coach and horses, cupid riding at the rear, translucent aquamarine guilloché enamel band below, raised on four leaf-pattern feet. D. Translucent aquamarine guilloché enamel chapter ring with pale blue, white and gold enamel radial Roman numerals, fleur-de-lys and flowerhead gold paillon quarter-hour markers, the center with a mirror to simulate water and a carved ivory figure of cupid in a silver boat holding a paddle indicating the time. M. 55 mm., frosted gilt, three-quarter plate, 15 jewels, straight-line lever escapement, bimetallic compensation balance with three adjustments, Breguet balance spring, index regulator. Case and movement signed. Diam. 133 mm., 120 mm. high overall. Property of a Swiss Collector Antiquorum
The Duet Charles Abraham Bruguier, Geneva, No. 61, ebauche from Freres Rochat, circa 1840. Magnificent and highly important gilt bronze miniature sing
The Duet Charles Abraham Bruguier, Geneva, No. 61, ebauche from Freres Rochat, circa 1840. Magnificent and highly important gilt bronze miniature singing bird cage with center-seconds petite son-nerie clock, the two birds singing on the hour or at will.\n\nC. Octagonal base, side panels very finely chased with roses and scrolling, molded cornice and sub-base, clock in the front surrounded by a chiseled bezel, front panel with winding, setting, and regulating arbors, activation lever at the left edge. The cage, following the shape of the base, supported on four sets of two Corinthian columns, the cage itself formed of filigree gilt screens of geometrical and foliate pattern. The dome stands on a molded gilt base, matching the lower part, the eight panels of the dome formed of alternating segments of geometrical and foliate pierced panels, the gold cage floor pierced and engraved with scrolling and rosette in the center. Inside two nightingales rest on two gilt bars. Gilt ring handle mounted in gilt finial set in double leaf rosette, winged dragon feet.D. White enamel, radial Roman numerals, outer minute divisions. Gold Breguet hands.M. Circular, 46.8 mm, brass, early bridge calibre, hanging barrel, cylinder escapement, three-arm gilt balance with blued steel flat balance spring, rack and pinion regulator. Singing bird movement: Octagonal, 93 x 80 mm, brass, fusee and chain, circular bellows, six-wheel train (including fusee), 3rd wheel arbor set with eight spring-loaded cams which make 4 revolutions per song - they mostly control the singing, the extension of its arbor is fixed with a set of four cams, 4-step cam at the top which changes the position of the cams at each turn. The top cams control the movements of the birds, 2-wing governor with adjustable weights set on a worm (endless) gear.Numbered and punched with fleur-de-lis marks on each plate. Dim. Height 310 mm, base 135 mm. Antiquorum
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Antiquorum Geneva SA
3, rue du Mont-Blanc
1211 Geneva

Tel. +41(0) 22 909 28 50
Fax. +41(0) 22 909 28 60
geneva@antiquorum.com
Antiquorum Paris
27, Avenue de l’Opéra
75001 Paris

Tel. +33 (0) 1 70 38 51 85
paris@antiquorum.com
Antiquorum London
Tel. +41(0) 22 909 28 50
london@antiquorum.com
Antiquorum USA, Inc.
595 Madison Avenue, Fifth Floor
New York, NY 10022

Tel. +1 212 750-1103
Fax. +1 212 750-6127
newyork@antiquorum.com
Antiquorum Shanghai
Room 4106B, Bund Center Office Tower,
222 Yan An Road East,
Shanghai 200002

Tel. +86 21 6335 1268
shanghai@antiquorum.com
Fax. +86 21 6335 1270
Antiquorum Munich
Goethestr. 66
80336, München

Tel. +49 89 54 88 07 58
Fax. +49 89 51 56 37 29
munchen@antiquorum.com
Antiquorum Auctioneers (HK)Ltd.
9 Queen’s Road, Suite 2505,
Central, Hong Kong

Tel. +852 2522 4168
Fax. +852 2522 4138
hk@antiquorum.com
Antiquorum Milan
Piazza Duomo, 21
20121 Milano

Tel. +39 02 87 66 25
Fax. +39 02 87 79 15
milan@antiquorum.com
Antiquorum Tokyo
Aspa Nihonbashi
2-1-1 Nihonbashi Hongoku-cho, Chuo-ku,
Tokyo, 103-0021, Japan

Tel: +81 3 3516 2357
tokyo@antiquorum.com
Fax: +81 3 3516 2358
Antiquorum Moscow
000 Chronolux, 123001, Moscow
Centre "Bronnaya Plaza"
Sadovaya - Kudrinskaya 32 str.1

Tel. +7 495 937 7252
Fax. +7 495 937 7251
moscow@antiquorum.com