The forthcoming 35th anniversary sale from Antiquorum is what the watch collectors and connoisseurs are looking forward to. This event will be held for two days on 14th and 15th of November in Geneva itself. Well, it’s not just the reduced rates but also the exquisite watch pieces which will go on display that is creating all the buzz. We are told that the famous shop brand has decided to keep the most exceptional timepieces aside to mark its special moment.
And the highlight of the sale will be the Calibre 89 timepiece that belongs to the esteemed Matsuda collection, and is designed by none other than Patek Phillipe himself. In fact, this watch is already being touted as the most complicated time teller in the history of the world with not one or two but a sum total of 33 complications!
So far only four models of this intricate timepiece¬ have been¬ created, each in yellow, pink and white gold and one in platinum. We are not told as to which one will it specifically be at the sale in question. But we do have a strong feeling about the same watch, a Calibre 89 cast in yellow gold that Antiquorum sold in 1989. Well as of now, the price range has been estimated between $4,422,430-$ 5,405,574.