It was associated with a lot of excitement around the unique watch from the luxury brand Patek Philippe prior to the auction Only Watch in Geneva, Switzerland in november.
Saturday, it was clear that the movement Patek Philippe Grandmaster Chime (ref. 6300A-010) is the most expensive clock sold at auction, and struck thus several records, according to Forbes.Beat the record with 8 million
Luksusklokka beating the previous record by around eight million swiss francs when it was auctioned off for 31 million swiss francs. It is equivalent to over 283 million Norwegian kroner in today's currency exchange rate.Clock to 8 million. torn of the arm
In 2014, it was another Patek Philippe watch movement that could adorn themselves with the title of "world's most expensive clock", it went on for 24 million swiss francs, according to Hodinkee.
It was a pocket watch, while the record for the most expensive watch that was given by Paul Newman Daytona, a rolex that was sold for 17 million dollars in 2017, according to Forbes. The clock belonged to actor Paul Newman even.Expected new prisrekord
According to the Robb Report, the new prisrekorden almost expected when Patek Philippe announced what clock they would donate to the auction.
Klokkeprodusenten has previously done well on the Only Watch, and have sold for the highest sums in the last few years.Hid four stolen Rolex watches in the vagina - release punishment
At the previous auction in 2017, they sold the type of Patek Philippe 5208T of 6.2 million swiss francs, according to Hodinkee.Complicated watch movement
The new record holder shall be a mechanically complicated clockwork, which among other things holds the calendar that shows the leap year and the possibility of the use of an alarm.
the Watch is made especially for the One Watch auction, and shall be the first and only of the movement that is manufactured in stainless steel, according Christies.com.
Patek Philippe & Co was established in Switzerland in 1839, and is one of the oldest, privately-owned companies in the world. Since 1932 has klokkeprodusenten been family owned.Some things are simply watch-vurderlig Dagbladet Plus
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