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Patek Philippe. A fine, rare and attractive 18K white and pink gold rectangular wristwatch with triple stepped sides
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Patek Philippe. A fine, rare and attractive 18K white and pink gold rectangular wristwatch with triple stepped sides

SIGNED PATEK PHILIPPE & CO., GENÈVE, MOVEMENT NO. 822'409, CASE NO. 609'252, MANUFACTURED IN 1929

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Patek Philippe. A fine, rare and attractive 18K white and pink gold rectangular wristwatch with triple stepped sides
Signed Patek Philippe & Co., Genève, movement no. 822'409, case no. 609'252, manufactured in 1929
Cal. 9''' circular gilt-finished jewelled lever movement, bimetallic compensation balance, silvered dial, applied white gold baton numerals, outer railway minute divisions, engine-turned subsidiary seconds, white gold rectangular case, triple stepped sides, pink gold bezel and to part of the lugs, snap on back with engraved inscription Presented to Wilfred Smith, Winner, Personal Achievement, Campaign, March 4th, May 27th, 1939, 18K white gold Patek Philippe buckle, case, dial and movement signed
26 mm. wide & 39 mm. overall length
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With Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch with silvered dial and raised gold hour markers in 1929 and its subsequent sale on 10 November 1936.

This watch is believed to be the only example of such a two colour gold model to appear in public to date.

Preserved in excellent overall condition and fresh to the market, it is distinguished by its modern, yet typical Art Deco style case, called "Railway" because of its aerodynamic look and the stepped sides.

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