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AUDEMARS PIGUET. AN HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE AND RARE TITANIUM AUTOMATIC CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH DATE, BRACELET AND TROPICAL DIAL
AUDEMARS PIGUET. AN HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE AND RARE TITANIUM AUTOMATIC CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH DATE, BRACELET AND TROPICAL DIAL
AUDEMARS PIGUET. AN HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE AND RARE TITANIUM AUTOMATIC CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH DATE, BRACELET AND TROPICAL DIAL
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This lot is subject to standard Swiss VAT rules an… Read more AUDEMARS PIGUETTITANIUM ROYAL OAK OFFSHORE
AUDEMARS PIGUET. AN HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE AND RARE TITANIUM AUTOMATIC CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH DATE, BRACELET AND TROPICAL DIAL

SIGNED AUDEMARS PIGUET, ROYAL OAK OFFSHORE MODEL, REF. 25721TI, MOVEMENT NO. 457'293, CASE NO. E1222, NO. 93, CIRCA 1998

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AUDEMARS PIGUET. AN HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE AND RARE TITANIUM AUTOMATIC CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH DATE, BRACELET AND TROPICAL DIAL
SIGNED AUDEMARS PIGUET, ROYAL OAK OFFSHORE MODEL, REF. 25721TI, MOVEMENT NO. 457'293, CASE NO. E1222, NO. 93, CIRCA 1998
Movement: Automatic
Dial: Tropical
Case: 42 mm. diam.
With: Titanium Audemars Piguet bracelet and stainless steel double deployant clasp, overall length approximately 180 mm.
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Lot Essay

According to the Archives of Audemars Piguet, the present watch was sold in 1998 in Singapore.

Chronographs such as the present example are cherished by collectors due to their rarified nature. Enhancing its appeal, the dial of the timepiece has aged throughout the years to a highly attractive copper shade, a process now referred to amongst collectors as ‘Tropicalization’ - a highly popular feature in today's collectors market. With a very well preserved titanium case, with clearly defined proportions and edges, the present wristwatch is a highly attractive and rare example of the reference.

Created to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Royal Oak, the Offshore was designed by Emmanuel Gueit with adventure-seekers in mind. Crafted with a stainless steel case of 42 mm. diameter and imposing thickness, the model shocked the industry when introduced during Baselworld in 1993. Nicknamed “The Beast”, the Royal Oak Offshore gradually gathered interest from collectors, reaching today popularity levels that were initially unexpected.

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