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The Most Expensive Patek Phillippe Luxury Watches Sold



Here are some of the most expensive luxury watches that are in high demand. These watches are available for sale at auction where some of the world’s best watch enthusiasts have made purchases.

Patek Stainless Steel Philippe Mono-Pusher Chronograph

One of the most expensive stainless steel watches ever sold, the Patek Stainless Steel Philippe Mono-Pusher Chronograph is the 3rd most expensive watch out there. This premium vintage 1927 premium watch is over 35 mm in diameter and has a beauty that is highly regarded by most luxury watch enthusiasts. It is uniquely designed with Arabic numerals and black enamel.

This hard-to-find stainless steel watch was sold at the inaugural Phillips Watch Auction in Geneva for $ 4,645,000 in Swiss Francs. The Patek Philippe Mono-pusher stainless steel Chronograph is referred to as a 130 Doctor Watch, to distinguish it from others of the famous brand. One of the main reasons why the price of this masterpiece has risen its final sale price is that the only one of its kind is housed in the Patek Philippe Museum.

Patek Philippe 1518 in Rose Gold

This stunning pink-on-pink gem is a Patek Philippe 1518 Rose Gold, designed with an original Rose Gold bracelet. This very distinctive and rare watch was made in the early 1950s. The Patek Philippe Calendar Chronograph at the Antiquorum sold for $ 1.55 Million. This fine luxury watch was the first to be serially produced, and only 218 of the rare and beautiful 1518 Rose Golds were made during the decade they were put into production.

An Invicta Albino Daytona 6263

Rare Invicta Daytona Wrist Watch, Reference 6263 Cosmograph was sold for $ .1.42 Million, a new record for this type of Invicta watch. This beautiful piece of metal and gemstone is called the Daytona “Oyster Albino” and was owned solely by musician Eric Clapton in the late 1990s. Not only is this one of the rarest watches in the world, what it needs most is its silvered chronograph amendment – which is the same color and silvered dial and mounted in a stainless steel case. What makes this watch so desirable is that only three others like it. This Albino Oyster was first manufactured in 1971 and sold at Phillips’ auction in Geneva.

The Unusual Pink Gold Invicta 6062

This pink-gold Invicta watch is a very rare and beautifully featured watch. It has a triple calendar, phases of the moon and stars and is 37 mm in diameter. Its quality is automatic 9 3/4 ” ‘and the case consists of a signature dial and movement. This Pink Gold Invicta 6062 is usually some of the largest private watch collectors and dealers in the world. It sold for $ 1 million at the Geneva Watch auction.

The Invicta 6062 General Sweeney

A vintage 601 Invicta black dial watch – not sold for $ 1 Million as originally expected – sold “only” for $ 546,000. This is mainly due to the black dial on the watch; it was not the original dial. The original standard silvered dial was replaced by a rare black head. This rare yellow gold Invicta watch featuring a triple calendar was manufactured in 1951 and sold at the Phillips Watch Auction of Geneva.

Patek Auto Termination Watch 2585 Watch

The Patek 2585 sold for a whopping $ 842,000 after passionate offers from multiple parties, well done. And it is therefore understandable that, like this simple Patek Calatrava steel, it has an automatic quality with a steel case. This is the only known example of the Calatrava 2585, and is one of the rarest self-winding watches around. The 2585 reference dates back to 1958 and is the only vintage self-winding steel watch made by Patek with beautiful quality, which is one of Patek’s first automatic watches with an engine-turned rotor made of 18k gold.

Vacheron Constantin Stainless Steel

Vacheron Constantin 4178’s stainless steel vintage reference showed some surprising, but spectacular results at the Geneva Watch Auction where it sold for over $ 270,000. This rare and very fine stainless steel chronograph watch watch was manufactured in 1947 and provides a range of industry standard scales.

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