How to get the gold price up: Put gears and dials in it

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By Stephanie Nebehay
Reuters
Tuesday, November 11, 2014

GENEVA, Switzerland -- A gold pocket watch made by Patek Philippe for a New York banker in the 1930s fetched 23.2 million Swiss francs ($24 million) at auction on Tuesday, smashing the record for a timepiece it previously set 15 years ago, Sotheby's said.

Henry Graves commissioned the famed Swiss watchmaker to produce the world's most complicated watch and surpass one made for James Packard, the American automobile manufacturer. ...

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