Only Watch 2017

Only Watch 2017

The sixth edition of the biennial charity auction – uniting the watch industry around one-of-a-kind models sold on behalf of research into Duchenne muscular dystrophy – is once again a collector’s dream. Here is a selection of the models that were presented in full in the GMT XXL summer edition and also meticulously analyzed on worldtempus.com, before going under the hammer in Geneva on November 11th.

Andersen-GeneveAndersern Genève

CHF 45’000 – CHF 50’000.-

Armin-StromArmin Strom

CHF 10’500 – CHF 18’500.- 

Audemars-PiguetAudemars Piguet

CHF 80’000 – 120’000.-

BlancpainBlancpain

CHF 10’000 – CHF 17’000.-

BovetBovet

CHF 55’000 – CHF 60’000.-

Bell-&-RossBell & Ross

CHF 22’000 – CHF 28’000.-

BreguetBreguet

CHF 80’000 – 100’000.-

Carl-F.-BuchererCarl F.Bucherer

CHF 18’000 – CHF 23’000.–

ChanelChanel

CHF 33’000 – CHF 45’000.-

ChopardChopard

CHF 18’000 – CHF 25’000.-

Christophe-ClaretChrisophe Claret

CHF 70’000 – CHF 100’000.-

FabergéFabergé

CHF 27’000 – 47’000.-

Frédérique-ConstantFrédérique Constant

CHF 17’000 – CHF 27’000.-

Girard-PerregauxGirard-Perregaux

CHF 15’000 – CHF 18’000.-

H.-Moser&CieH. Moser & Cie

CHF 19’500 – CHF 29’500.-

Harry-WinstonHarry Winston

CHF 39’000 – CHF 49’000.-

HermèsHermès

CHF 35’000 – CHF 55’000.-

HublotHublot

CHF 50’000 – CHF 80’000.-

Jacob-&-CoJacob & Co.

CHF 20’000 – CHF 25’000.-

Jaquet-DrozJaquet Droz

CHF 30’000 – CHF 40’000.-

Louis-MoinetLouis Moinet

CHF 17’000 – CHF 27’000.-

Louis-VuittonLouis Vuitton

CHF 50’000 – CHF 80’000.-

Maurice-LacroixMaurice Lacroix

CHF 3’500 – CHF 4’500.-

MB&FMB&F

CHF 80’000 – CHF 100’000.-

MCTMCT

CHF 70’000 – CHF 120’000.-

MontblancMontblanc

CHF 28’000 – CHF 35’000.-

Patek-PhilippePatek Philippe

CHF 900’000 – 1’100’000.-

PiagetPiaget

CHF 30’000 – CHF 50’000.-

RebellionRebellion

CHF 37’500 – CHF 55’000.-

Tag-HeuerTAG Heuer

CHF 15’000 – 25’000.-

Ulysse-NardinUlysse Nardin

CHF 21’000 – 32’000.-

VoutilainenVoutilainen

CHF 55’000 – CHF 85’000.-

ZenithZenith

CHF 12’000 – CHF 18’000.-

Brice Lechevalier is editor-in-chief of GMT and Skippers, which he co-founded in 2000 and 2001 respectively. He has also been CEO of WorldTempus since it joined the GMT Publishing stable, of which he is director and joint shareholder. In 2012 he created the Geneva Watch Tour, and he has been an advisor to the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève since 2011. Also closely involved in sailing, he has published the magazine of the Société Nautique de Genève since 2003, and was one of the founders of the SUI Sailing Awards in 2009 and the Concours d’Elégance for motor boats at the Cannes Yachting Festival in 2015.

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