Antiquorum Auctioneers, in celebration of the Royal Oak 40th Anniversary, will auction off a collection of this iconic IWC Aquatimer Replica model. The auction commemorating the rare Royal Oaks is part of Antiquorum's sale for Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces. It will take place on May 13 at the Grand Hotel Kempinski, Geneva.
In Le Brassus, the renowned Swiss watchmaker also took part in organizing the event by checking the authenticity of each model. IWC Aquatimer Replica will sell each timepiece with a certificate of origin.
The highlight of this sale is a Grand Complication 18-karat White Gold and Diamond model, which was manufactured in 1994. It's a one-of-a kind watch. This stunning model, with its self-winding movement,IWC Aquatimer Replica features a number of grand complications such as a lunar phase indicator, a minute repeater and a perpetual clock that indicates the weeks. This unique timepiece is made of white gold, and it's completely covered with diamonds. It also has a split-seconds co-axial button chronograph. The estimated price ranges from $650,000 up to $1.1million.
A 1972 Royal Oak Jumbo A Series, No. 88. This stainless steel self-winding sport model is valued between $16,000 and $20,000.
Antiquorum Auctioneers also offers a Royal Oak Jumbo Skeleton Watch, manufactured in 1991.Panerai Luminor Power Reserve Replica This tonneau-shaped, 18 karat gold model powered by a self winding movement will be sold with the instruction manual and fitted box. The price ranges from $22,000 up to $33,000.
A Royal Oak Offshore Automatic “End of Days" watch (No. The auction will also include a Royal Oak Offshore Automatic "End of Days" watch (No. The estimated price of 001 is between $45,000 and $65,000. Also, a Royal Oak Jumbo from Bulgari that was owned by Venezuelan President Carlos Andres Perez. (Estimated price $33,000 - $45,000.)