Classics A watch with an independent watchmaker tears up more than 4 million euros at auction in Geneva
Paul Cézanne, Jasper Johns ... The art collection of the co -founder of Microsoft at auction, estimated at more than a billion dollars
The collection of the deceased co -founder of Microsoft, Paul Allen, will be put up at auction during 'A sale organized by Christie's in New York in November, the auction house announced on Thursday, which estimates that more than a billion dollars, which would be an absolute record. © supplied by Franceinfo more than 150 works from the Paul Allen collection, Defunt Codonfator of Microsoft, will be offered during a auction organized by Christie's in New York.
A watch by the British watchmaker George Daniels was torn from 4.09 million euros during Auction in Geneva, confirming the success of independent watchmakers in sales rooms.
was snatched from 4.09 million euros during auction in Geneva, said Phillips house in a press release published this Monday, November 7, 2022. A new one confirming the Success of independent clocks in sales rooms.
James Bond 007: Aston Martin DB5 from "No time to die" for 3.26 million euros auctioned
at the beginning of the film "No time to die" 007 is chasing a chase in an Aston Martin DB5. It has now been auctioned for a millions - in addition to many other objects from 60 years of Bond. © Neil Hall/ EPA An Aston Martin DB5 from the latest James Bond film "No time to die" was auctioned for the equivalent of around 3.26 million euros (£ 2.92 million). The iconic car was used in a scene at the beginning of the action thriller.
estimated at 1 million Swiss francs (an equivalent amount in euros), this gold-bracelet watch was sold after "intense" auctions during which prices climbed in the space of three minutes to reach more than four times this price. Adjurated to 4.08 million Swiss francs, it is the most expensive model ever sold for this renowned British watchmaker, and the second most expensive watch made by an independent watchmaker.
Nearly 45 million euros collected
These auctions during which 226 watches were sold for a total amount of 44.9 million Swiss francs, mark "A summit of independent watchmaking" , "said Alexandre Ghotbi, The director of the sale, stressing that they attest "of the incredible interest" for the rare parts.
George Daniels (1926-2011) is considered to be the inventor of the co-axial exhaust, the watchmaking mechanism considered as the heart of the watch. His invention had been considered an "revolution in mechanical watchmaking" , indicates on its site the Swiss group Swatch, known for its multicolored plastic watches but also owner of prestigious Swiss watch brands.
First edition of US constitution could bring millions
An extremely rare first edition of the US constitution adopted in 1787 could bring around $ 30 million at an auction in New York. The document should be auctioned in December, said the Sotheby's auction house today. Before that, it was no longer offered for auction for around 125 years. © Mary Altffer/AP/dpa Only two of the 13 first editions of the US constitution are privately owned. Already in 2021 one of the two was auctioned in the Sotheby's auction house (archive).
The Swiss group had resumed its invention to equip models from its Omega brand, known as the James Bond watch but also that of astronauts who had chosen this brand for their first steps on the moon in 1969 because of its reliability. This co-axial movement, taken up in 1999 by Omega, was "The first functional exhaust developed for a mechanical watch for 250 years" , insists the Swiss group on its site.
Alongside the stars of sales rooms such as Patek Philippe and A. Lange & Söhne, an independent watchmaker Philippe Dufour was also sold for 1.02 million Swiss francs. Last year, a Philippe Dufour watch was sold for 4.75 million francs, establishing a new record for a watch made by an independent watchmaker.
The Camaïeu customer file, which has 4 million names, will be sold at auction .
© Denis Charlet / Archives AFP A Camaïeu brand in Paris, in May 2020. Illustration photo. The data of 4 million Camaïeu customers, a teacher placed in judicial liquidation at the end of September, will be sold at auction on December 7, 2022. But the new owner will have to ensure customer consent to use their data again. In compulsory liquidation since September 28, the female ready-to-wear brand Camaïeu will see, on Wednesday, December 7, its "intangible active" be sold at auction.