Antiquorum Presents Audemars Piguet Grande Complication Piece Unique on June 8

Audemars Piguet at Antiquorum

On June 8 at its Fuller Building headquarters in New York City, Antiquorum will offer unique and exceptional timepieces including an Audemars Piguet Grande Complication Piece Unique made for and signed by Arnold Schwarzenegger, and a Vacheron Constantin minute-repeating perpetual calendar wristwatch in a 40mm platinum case produced in 2002 as a unique example. Find web and video links inside.

The highlight of the sale is the Audemars Piguet Piece Unique made for the company’s 125th anniversary in 2000. The sapphire caseback bears Arnold Schwarzenegger’s engraved signature. Made specially for the inaugural “Time to Give” charity auction co-hosted by Arnold Schwarzenegger and Muhammad Ali, the watch is a large minute-repeating, titanium and 18K pink gold wristwatch featuring a round button split-seconds chronograph and perpetual calendar with moon phases.

Audemars Piguet at Antiquorum

Click the screen capture below to view a short video about this piece.

AP video

The unique Vacheron Constantin minute-repeating perpetual calendar wristwatch is offered complete with original box, certificate of authenticity and recent factory service.

Vacheron Constantin at Antiquorum

The sale also includes an Audemars Piguet “Millenary Maserati Anniversary MC12 Tourbillon and Chronograph”. Produced in 2006 in a limited edition of 150 pieces, this piece commemorates the success of the Maserati MC12 in the 2005 FIA GT Manufacturers’ Cup. This rare platinum wristwatch with twin white gold and palladium alloy barrels, black carbon movement with blue anodized aluminum bridges, and 10-day power reserve also features a visible one-minute tourbillon regulator, oval-button chronograph, register and tachometer.

Audemars Piguet at Antiquorum

View the complete sale press release including high resolution images at the official Antiqourum website.





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My name is Mike Disher and I am WatchTime's technical editor. My interest in watches dates to 1972 and I caught the internet bug in 1997. In 1999 I combined these interests by joining TimeZone.com as its first full-time employee, and later that year I attended my first Basel Fair. I managed TZ from 2000-2007, and in 2008 I joined WatchTime.

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