November 28 Review Of Ten Fine Watch Auctions In Hong Kong Rich Artists

On the afternoon of November 28, the auction of the important watches of Filix Hong Kong was held in Connaught Road, Hong Kong. There are 168 lots in this auction, among them are rare rare items with higher value and less existence. The Watch House has selected for you the 10 most watchworthy watch boutiques at the important watch auction of Hong Kong. This is what 10 lots are the ‘heavyweight players’ that cannot be missed in the editor’s mind. Let’s go together Take a look.

Lot.847 Rolex Daytona 6265

Basic information: stainless steel case with a diameter of 36 mm. Equipped with a timing function, using a manual winding cal.727.
Valuation: 1200000-2000000 Hong Kong dollars, about RMB 1008000-1680000.
Price (including commission): 3.334 million Hong Kong dollars, about RMB 2805,000.

Watch details: Rolex Daytona chronograph is one of the most popular watches on the market today, after adding the name ‘Paul Newman’, it is even more valuable. The ‘Paul Newman’ Daytona, which sold 120 million yuan some time ago, broke the record of ‘the most expensive watch in history’ in one fell swoop. This piece appeared at the 6265 ‘Panda Plate’, which is the head of the important watch auction of FELIX Hong Kong. It also has the iconic small square dial of ‘Paul Newman’ and is in good condition, so it is reasonable to sell more than 3 million Hong Kong dollars.
Lot.881 Panerai Luminor 1950 series PAM00396

Basic information: Ceramic case with a case diameter of 48 mm. Equipped with two-time, central-axis rotating tourbillon, day and night display and power reserve function. Using a manually wound cal.P2005 / B movement.
Estimate: HK $ 190,000-380,000, approximately RMB 159,000-319,000.
Price (including commission): 375,000 Hong Kong dollars, about RMB 315,000.

Watch reviews: In the watch auction, Panerai’s performance has been not eye-catching. The reason why this ‘ordinary-looking’ PAM00396 was able to make a price close to 380,000 Hong Kong dollars is also the same as the constant criteria of ‘thinness is rare’ at auction. This is a limited edition produced in 2012. This watch is limited to 100 pieces, and its number is 67. At the same time, in addition to the design of the Luminor 1950 series of pillow-shaped case and bridge protection, the movement is equipped with a tourbillon design, equipped with two places and power display, is rare in the design of Panerai.
Lot.908 Patek Philippe 2523

Basic information: 18K yellow gold case with a case diameter of 35.5 mm. Equipped with world time display function, manual cal. 12-400HU movement.
Valuation: 10 million to 20 million Hong Kong dollars, about RMB 8.4 million to 16.8 million.
Transaction price (including commission): 22.3 million Hong Kong dollars, about 18.87 million yuan.

Watch Reviews: Collectors call it the most stunning 2523 ever. Obviously, its rare appearance design and well-preserved appearance after more than half a century add a lot of points to its price of more than 20 million Hong Kong dollars. This is a 2523 made by Patek Philippe in 1953, equipped with World Time function. In addition to this attractive design, this 2523 has a well-preserved appearance (you can see from the protruding corners of the lugs that even the lightest polishing is easy to see). Secondly, there are two imported trademarks on the back of its case, which are sold by the famous French jeweller Jean Gillermin.
Lot.921 Rolex Day Calendar Series 18038

Basic information: 18K yellow gold case with a diameter of 36mm, with date and day display functions, automatic cal. 3055 movement.
Estimate: 200,000-300,000 Hong Kong dollars, about 168000-252,000 yuan.
Price (including commission): 437,500 Hong Kong dollars, about RMB 367,000.

Watch Reviews: Pink dials for the day of the week calendar series are very rare. It is not easy to find such an exquisite look. It is worth mentioning that this watch also needs a name called ‘Marilyn’, which shows that its status is distinguished and distinctive.

Basic information: stainless steel case with a diameter of 37 mm and a manual winding cal. 2892A2.
Valuation: 32,000-48,000 Hong Kong dollars, about 26800-40000 yuan.
Price (including commission): 85,000 Hong Kong dollars, about 71,000 yuan.

Watch comments: Christmas is getting closer and closer. Just at this auction, this timepiece appeared. The brand ALAIN SILBERSTEIN is not well known in the country. It is a watchmaking brand from France. The brand design mostly uses bright colors. This watch named ‘Santa’ is limited to ten. It is designed with a Santa Claus presenting a gift. The black dial is matched with a black leather strap. The transaction was valued at approximately HK $ 30,000.
Lot.942 Philip Dufour

Basic information: 18K rose gold, case diameter 37 mm. Use a manual winding movement.
Estimate: 960000-1440000 Hong Kong dollars, about 800,000-1200000 yuan.
Price (including commission): 1.75 million Hong Kong dollars, about RMB 1.47 million.

Watch Reviews: For those who know the watchmaking industry, the name Philip Dufour is a symbol of classics and masters. As a modern watchmaker, Philip Dufour created many of today’s most coveted watches. His watches have clean and classic lines, and his excellence in watchmaking skills has prevented his watches from reaching mass production. The limited production also makes his watches difficult to obtain at auction.
Lot.944 Patek Philippe 5073P-001

Basic information: Platinum case with 42 mm case diameter. Equipped with perpetual calendar, moon phase display, automatic cal.R27Q movement.
Estimate: HK $ 3,200,000-56,000, or approximately RMB 2,680,000-, 47,000,000.
Transaction price (including commission): HK $ 4,550,000, about RMB 3,800,000.

Watch Review: This is a delicate and eye-catching precious watch. The platinum material and diamond setting technology used are amazing. In fact, this is one of the few most luxurious pieces in Patek Philippe history to date. The bezel and lugs are inlaid with rectangular diamonds. It should be understood that, compared to round diamonds, square diamond technology is more difficult to achieve. The total number of diamonds on this watch is 5.288 carats. The impeccable design and quality of the movement are rare.
Lot.954 Omega Speedmaster 3690.30.01

Basic information: 18K case with 42mm case diameter. Equipped with timekeeping function, manual winding cal.1861.
Valuation: 160000-320000 Hong Kong dollars, about RMB 134000-268000.
Price (including commission): 662500 Hong Kong dollars, about RMB 556500.

Watch Reviews: This watch, dubbed ‘The Golden Panda’, was launched on October 17, 1997 in a limited edition of 40 models. The dial has a silver-white design and a black bezel design, which is indeed similar to the color of the national treasure panda.
Lot.966 Breguet Gold Pocket Watch Perpetuel N ° 9

Basic information: 18K yellow gold case, case diameter is 54mm. With power display function.
Estimate: 960000-1440000 Hong Kong dollars, about 806,000-1209,000 yuan.
Transaction price (including commission): HK $ 2.8 million, approximately RMB 2.35 million.

Watch Comments: At this auction, in addition to watches, several pocket watches and even clocks appeared. I chose one of the most representative pocket watches to introduce to everyone at the end of the article. A great collector David Salomon once wrote that ‘carrying a delicate Breguet pocket watch makes you feel like a genius brain is hidden in your pocket’. You must know how much benefit the genius Louis Breguet created from the horology and watchmaking skills. As the Breguet’s first self-winding pocket watch, this Perpetuel N ° 9 also has a history-changing status, so its role is self-evident.
Lot.968 Patek Philippe 1579

Basic information: 18K gold case with a case diameter of 36 mm. Equipped with a timing function, using a manual winding cal.13.
Estimate: HK $ 1.2 million–2400000, approximately RMB 1000000-2010,000.
Transaction price (including commission): 3,200,000 Hong Kong dollars, about RMB 2,700,000.

Watch Comments: Patek Philippe was launched on the market in 1943. The most striking feature is the unusual shape of the case, which collectors call a ‘spider ear’ design. The Breguet digital time scale in its dial is also the most classic design of that era. Although the Breguet-style digital time scale and hour hand design are still used in the design of watches, but who can really interpret it? What is the truth of this? You know, this Patek Philippe 1579, produced in 1952, has been more than half a century to this day. It is rare that such a good design can get such a good preservation.