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A Whisky Watch

Louis Moinet ‘Whisky Watch’ to be auctioned; it includes a capsule containing the “world’s oldest whisky”


A watch containing a capsule filled with “what is reputed to be the world’s oldest whisky” is to be sold at auction in April. 


Made by Swiss watchmakers Louis Moinet in collaboration with Wealth Solutions and limited to an edition of just fifty in total, this stainless steel example features a whisky capsule on the three o’clock mark containing Glenlivet from 1862. It has a strap made from Louisiana alligator and comes with its original box and papers.


Of it, Michael Jagiela of auctioneers Fellows commented: “When Louis Moinet created The Whisky Watch, they combined their Swiss accuracy with the traditions of the Scottish art of distillation. There are many unique features which, when combined together, create a truly exquisite watch. I am sure the item will be very popular with watch and whisky enthusiasts alike. It is a brilliant opportunity for a collector to own some of this rare whisky.”


Fellows will offer the watch with an estimate of £12,000 to £18,000 ($15,800 to $23,600, €13,800 to €20,800 or درهم57,900 to درهم86,800) on the 2nd April. Viewing is available in London on the 26th March.


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