Auction Previews

The Story of the Henry Graves Jr Supercomplication

SALEROOM UPDATE: SETTING A NEW WORLD RECORD, THE HENRY GRAVES JR SUPERCOMPLICATION HAS BEEN SOLD FOR $24 MILLION (CHF 23.2 MILLION). The most complicated watch ever made without the assistance of computers has a fascinating history from the story of its commission to its first record-breaking sale at Sotheby's in 1999. Daryn Schnipper, Chairman, International Watch Division, and Tim Bourne, Worldwide Head of Watches, share this story and why the Supercomplication is an incomparable masterpiece.

All Videos