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  • Direct descendant of renowned watchmaker Louis Benjamin Audemars
  • Paul Audemars is the keeper of the Audemars family’s archive
  • Mr. Audemars published "The History of Louis Audemars & Cie" in 2013
  • In 1990 he founded his own company and retired in 2005
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We would like to introduce you to Paul Audemars, Auctionata Expert in Audemars Watches.

Paul is the direct descendant of Louis Benjamin Audemars, the world renowned 19th century watchmaker. He is the holder of the ephemera and archive of the ‘Ancienne Maison’ of Louis Audemars, which operated in Le Brassus, Switzerland from 1811-1885. Although the archive is incomplete Paul is able to identify and certify Audemars watches globally. In the 1970s he was briefly export manager for Junghans Uhren, clock- and watchmakers of Schramberg Germany, and, in 1990, he established his own successful company.

Since the discovery, in 2005, of his ancestors' 19th century ledgers, Paul has concentrated on analyzing and interpreting the Audemars archive. His expertise in the history of Audemars watches is exemplified by his translation of his great-grandfather's monograph (1922), detailing the history of Louis Audemars' career. Paul's book, The History of Louis Audemars & Cie, was first published in English in 2013. A greatly expanded, French edition was published in 2014.

Paul Audemars lives and works in Somerton, England.