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    Sale 1413

    Rare Watches Including Important Private Collections

    16 May 2016, Geneva

  • Lot 157

    Girard-Perregaux. A fine and large 18K white gold automatic perpetual calendar world time wristwatch with moon phases, original certificate and box

    SIGNED GIRARD-PERREGAUX, WW.TC, PERPETUAL CALENDAR MODEL, OG NO. 97, REF. 90280, CIRCA 2014

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    Girard-Perregaux. A fine and large 18K white gold automatic perpetual calendar world time wristwatch with moon phases, original certificate and box
    Signed Girard-Perregaux, WW.TC, Perpetual Calendar model, OG No. 97, ref. 90280, circa 2014

    Cal. GP033Q0 automatic movement, 26 jewels, 18K pink gold rotor, white dial, applied luminous dot and Arabic numerals, luminous hands, inner 24 hour ring divided into diurnal and nocturnal hours, outer revolving ring with the names of 24 various world cities operated through the crown at 9 o'clock, three subsidiary dials for month and leap year indicator, day and date, aperture for moon phases with lunar calendar, large circular case, screw down crown, glazed display back secured by six screws, 18K white gold Girard-Perregaux deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed

    42 mm. diam.


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    With Girard-Perregaux Certificate of Authenticity, blank International Guarantee card, user instructions, sales tag, setting pin, wooden presentation box with electrical winder and outer packaging.

    The present watch is preserved in new old stock condition.

    The ww.tc collection (world-wide time control), created by Girard-Perregaux in 2000, has quickly become a recognised icon of the brand.

    The "world times" function provides a simultaneous display of all time zones on its dial. An authentic feat in itself to which a number of complications have been added over the years: a power reserve indicator, a perpetual calendar and then the "Financial" function, a world first enabling to keep track of the opening and closing of the world's main stock markets.