New World Record 7.3 Million CHF at Phillips Auction

Congratulations to Phillips Auction and to benefit Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. 

Some of the results included and are included here

The first and only stainless steel reference 5016A-010. The highest price ever paid for a wristwatch at auction. $7.3 million CHF or approx $7.27 USD.


Tudor Unique Black Bay One sold for $375,000 USD. 



The next day. Several examples of interest include.



Lot 162 “La Caravelle” 6102 in 18k gold for $1.2 million CHF


Lot 290 Rolex Submariner 5513 A Watch used by James Bond in the movie “Live and Let Die”  which sold fo $365,000.00 CHF 


And lot 211 a Daytona PN with a Tiffany Dial for $461,000 CHF


All Photos are from Phillips Auction Website.


See all the results here


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