Sotheby’s auction sells Gerald Genter 1978 Audemars Piguet Royal Oak for 2.12

Luxurious timepieces are a piece of history sold to a lucky new owner.

Since the initial announcement from Sotheby’s Luxury Auction Experts, the Gerald Genta part of the important watch: Part 1 collection has created anticipation and excitement from watch collectors around the world. As part of a series of original Patek Philippe drawings and mock-ups, the auction included a 1978 Audemars Piguet Royal ‘Jumbo’ Ref. 5402 Owned by world famous watch designer. Gerald Genta admirers are known to bless the wonderful world of watches with iconic models such as Piguet Royal Oak, Patek Philippe Nautilus, IWC Engineer, Cartier Pasha and many more.

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The ‘Genter Jumbo Royal Oak’ watch has a stainless-steel design with 18k yellow gold fixed bezel. As one of the first high-sought-after versions of the Royal Oak Collection, these examples showcase leading design aspects from the anthracite tapestry dial to the stainless-steel flat link bracelet. After a fierce battle over the auction, Sotheby’s announced Selling an excellent portion of Timepiece’s history for an amazing 2,121,812. Gerald Genter’s personal admirers Piguet Royal Oak ‘jumbo’ holds a significant amount of history, as he is one of the most influential figures in the world of horology. Check back in the Dupont registry for more upcoming luxury watch news and releases.

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Source: Sotheby’s

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