Four Omega Speedmaster 50th Anniversary L.E. sell for twice their estimates

Omega goes under the hammer! Four limited edition Omega Speedmaster Professionals, each the last in their line celebrating the 50th anniversary of the famous chronograph, were sold for almost twice their estimates at an extraordinary charity auction in Berlin last week. Organised by Antiquorum, the world’s leading horological auctioneers, the event took place at the renowned KaDeWe department store where for the third year running Omega are staging an exhibition showcasing some of their most prestigious timepieces.

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The lots were one white gold, one pink gold and one yellow gold Speedmaster, each No 57 in a series of 57, and one stainless steel model, No 57 in a series of 1957. They sold for €45,000 (U$63,000/CHF75,000), €35,000 (U$48,000/CHF58,000), €35,000 (U$48,000/CHF58,000) and €15’000 (U$21,000/CHF25,000) respectively. Want to read more about these sought-after time-pieces then here.

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