Tuesday, 11 November 2014

Supercomplication, the world's most complicated watch, breaks the record – again

It says something that a watch made in 1932 keeps breaking world records, and the Henry Graves Supercomplication watch did just that today as it was knocked down by Sotheby’s Geneva for a record-breaking CHF 23.2 million (US$24 million). The Supercomplication, which also holds the Guinness record for the most complicated handmade pre-digital timepiece, was purchased by an anonymous buyer after 15 minutes of competition between five bidders... Continue Reading Supercomplication, the world's most complicated watch, breaks the record – again

Section: Mobile Technology

Tags: Auction, Geneva, Guinness, Patek Philippe, Record-breaking, Sotheby's, Watches, World Records

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