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Piaget.  A Very Rare And Fine Limited Series 18k White Gold Minute Repeating Grande And Petite Sonnerie Striking Two-Train Wristwatch With Power Reserve Indication
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Piaget. A Very Rare And Fine Limited Series 18k White Gold Minute Repeating Grande And Petite Sonnerie Striking Two-Train Wristwatch With Power Reserve Indication

SIGNED PIAGET, GRANDE SONNERIE, 1997, GOUVERNEUR MODEL, NO. 660'329, MANUFACTURED IN 1997

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Piaget. A Very Rare And Fine Limited Series 18k White Gold Minute Repeating Grande And Petite Sonnerie Striking Two-Train Wristwatch With Power Reserve Indication
Signed Piaget, Grande Sonnerie, 1997, Gouverneur Model, No. 660'329, Manufactured in 1997
Cal. 1996P nickel-finished lever movement, 33 jewels, minute repeating on gongs activated by a push button in the band at 2 o'clock, engraved black dial, white gold triangular numerals, outer Arabic five minute divisions, engine-turned subsidiary seconds, fan-form 36 hour power reserve indication at the 2 o'clock, apertures for striking selection at the 4 o'clock, aperture at 10 o'clock for hammers, circular case, raised bezel, button at the 4 o'clock for grande/petite sonnerie/silence, sapphire crystal display back, case, dial and movement signed
37mm diam.
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Lot Essay

Accompanied by a wooden Piaget presentation box.

Piaget's Grande Sonnerie Gouverneur repeating wristwatch was produced in a very limited number. It has been suggested that no more than ten watches were to be made, however a smaller number were actually ever produced. It is believed that the present white gold model is unique, however this has not been confirmed by the manufacturer.

The movement was made by Francois-Paul Journe and is unusual due to the racks rotating at the center. The visible gongs on the dial are slim and short with the striking mechanism and going train having a single setting and winding system.

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