Antiquorum lines up star lots for sale in Monaco

The Antiquorum auction house is preparing its first sale of 2022 with lots including a Tiffany & Co signed Patek Philippe Nautilus, a Rolex COMEX, an Audemars Piguet perpetual calendar and an FP Journe minute repeater.

The sale includes 177 lots of compelling vintage pieces such as a mid-1970s Breitling Ref 817 Italian Military Chronograph (Lot 10, est. USD) and a 1971 Rolex Daytona Tropical “Paul Newman” Ref 6263 (Lot 176, est. USD). from $340,000 to $680,000 USD) to highly demanded modern watches like a mid-1990s Tiffany & Co by Patek Philippe Ref 3800 and a 2010 FP Journe Minute Repeater Sovereign No. 5.

“The selection that Antiquorum and its experts have put together, such as Ref. 3800 or Ref. 6263 Paul Newman, is sure to appeal to collectors of vintage pieces, who are experiencing an organic growth in demand, as well as those looking for more contemporary pieces, which are currently very popular on the market,” says Romain Réa, CEO of Antiquorum.

The Geneva watch specialist will organize the sale for the first time at the Yacht Club of Monaco on January 18.

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