• Important Watches, including A auction at Christies

    Sale 1391

    Important Watches, including A Gentleman's Pursuit for Excellence, Part I

    12 November 2012, Geneva

  • Lot 96

    Corum. A lot of four 18K gold mechanical wristwatches

    SIGNED CORUM, THE FIRST TABOGAN MODEL, REF. 56.151.56, CASE NO. 594174, THE SECOND REF. 283.251.56, CASE NO. 581811, THE THIRD CASE NO. 533'391, MOVEMENT NO. 512'666, THE FOURTH AN 18K GOLD COIN WRISTWATCH, ALL BETWEEN 1990 AND 2010

    Price Realised  

    This lot is offered without a reserve

    Corum. A lot of four 18K gold mechanical wristwatches
    Signed Corum, the first Tabogan model, ref. 56.151.56, case no. 594174, the second ref. 283.251.56, case no. 581811, the third case no. 533'391, movement no. 512'666, the fourth an 18K gold coin wristwatch, all between 1990 and 2010
    All with mechanical jeweled movements, the first with black dial, Roman numerals and luminous baton numerals, rectangular curved case, case is popping up from the mainframe when the push pieces at the bottom are pressed, case back secured by four screws, the second with blue dial, world map with cities marked with red dots on a rotating disc, second time zone indicated by red arrow hand, sweep centre seconds, outer 24 hour ring, circular case, hooded lugs, back secured by eight screws, the third with silvered dial, baton numerals, circular case and stepped bezel, back secured by four screws, the fourth with United States Ten Dollar Coin dial, outer ring on the bezel with engraved hour markers, circular case, coin-edged band, sapphire set crown, snap on case back, all with 18K gold Corum buckles, cases, movements and dials signed
    36 mm. length, 36 mm. diam., 36 mm. diam., 28 mm. diam. (4)


    Contact Client Service
    • info@christies.com

    • New York +1 212 636 2000

    • London +44 (0)20 7839 9060

    • Hong Kong +852 2760 1766

    • Shanghai +86 21 6355 1766

    Contact the department

    Special Notice

    This lot is offered without reserve.
    Prospective purchasers are advised that several countries prohibit the importation of property containing materials from endangered species, including but not limited to coral, ivory and tortoiseshell. Accordingly, prospective purchasers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulations prior to bidding if they intend to import this lot into another country.