Last emperor of China’s watch sells for record price at Hong Kong auction

A watch once owned by the last emperor of China has sold for a record $HK49 million ($9.4 million) at auction in Hong Kong.

The rare Patek Philippe watch, which belonged to Qing Dynasty emperor Aisin-Gioro Puyi, was bought over the phone by a Hong Kong-based Asian collector, according to auctioneers Phillips Asia.

The auction house’s head of watches said it was the “highest result”…

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Written by bourbiza mohamed

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