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GIRARD-PERREGAUX. A RARE AND FINE PLATINUM CHRONOGRAPH THREE GOLD BRIDGES TOURBILLON WRISTWATCH
GIRARD-PERREGAUX. A RARE AND FINE PLATINUM CHRONOGRAPH THREE GOLD BRIDGES TOURBILLON WRISTWATCH

SIGNED GIRARD-PERREGAUX, NO. 5, CIRCA 2012

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GIRARD-PERREGAUX. A RARE AND FINE PLATINUM CHRONOGRAPH THREE GOLD BRIDGES TOURBILLON WRISTWATCH
SIGNED GIRARD-PERREGAUX, NO. 5, CIRCA 2012
Movement: Cal. 9981, manual, 46 jewels, signed
Dial: Signed
Case: Three gold bridges tourbillon visible through the glazed display back secured by 7 screws, 40 mm. diam., signed
With: 18k white gold Girard-Perregaux buckle, presentation box and outer packaging

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Girard-Perregaux's first tourbillon movement featuring three gold bridges was patented in 1884 by one of the firm's founders, Constant Girard; the unique example in the history of watchmaking represents still today a perfect combination of aesthetical, technical and symbolical aspects. At the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1889, his tourbillon with three gold bridges was awarded a gold medal and then declared out of competition, as it was beyond match.

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