No. 37. Omega Speedmaster 2915-3. Read more about the Watch >
Viewing 14–18 April. Open: Mon–Fri 11AM–6PM, Sat–Sun kl 11AM–5PM.
Sale: 19 April, start 3 PM.
Address: Bukowskis, Berzelii Park 1 in Stockholm.
Welcome to Important Timepieces – Bukowskis’ internationally renowned watch auction featuring desirable collector's items and unique vintage pieces, hand picked and carefully selected by Bukowskis' watch experts.
Bukowskis Important Timepieces includes collector's watches with exciting provenance and among the auctions rarer pieces there is an highly exclusive Omega Speedmaster 2915 – a model that made a world record last autumn when it became the most expensive wristwatch ever sold at Bukowskis. The watch presented at this spring’s auction is a 2915-3 model that has been owned by the same person since it was bought back in 1959. Bukowskis can also present a wristwatch called Omega Speedmaster modell 2915-1, one of the very first models in the serie Omega Speedmaster. There are also several collector's watches with exciting provenance and a selection army watches such as Lemania Viggen, Lemania Tg 195 and IWC British military 'Dirty Dozen'. Stylish and classic dress watches in gold by both Paket Philippe and Vacheron Constantin, two of the world’s most prominent watchmakers, are also well represented. At the same time: the viewing of Contemporary Art & Design. Read about the auction here >
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IN THE AUCTION ROOM
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At the day of the auction, and until April 27, the lots can be collected at Arsenalsgatan 2. From April 28 onwards all sold lots will be available for collection at Västberga, Stockholm. Full payment must have been received by Bukowskis before lots can be collected..
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