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AUDEMARS PIGUET. A STAINLESS STEEL AUTOMATIC PERPETUAL CALENDAR WRISTWATCH WITH MOON PHASES AND BRACELET
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AUDEMARS PIGUET. A STAINLESS STEEL AUTOMATIC PERPETUAL CALENDAR WRISTWATCH WITH MOON PHASES AND BRACELET

SIGNED AUDEMARS PIGUET, QUANTIEME PERPETUEL AUTOMATIQUE, ROYAL OAK MODEL, NO. 074, CASE NO. D-42091, CIRCA 1998

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AUDEMARS PIGUET. A STAINLESS STEEL AUTOMATIC PERPETUAL CALENDAR WRISTWATCH WITH MOON PHASES AND BRACELET
SIGNED AUDEMARS PIGUET, QUANTIEME PERPETUEL AUTOMATIQUE, ROYAL OAK MODEL, NO. 074, CASE NO. D-42091, CIRCA 1998
MOVEMENT: Automatic, Caliber 2120/4, 38 jewels
DIAL: Blue, baton numerals, four subsidiary dials for month, day, date, moon phases combined with lunar calendar
CASE: Stainless steel tonneau-shaped, octagonal bezel secured by eight screws, glazed display back secured by eight screws, 39 mm bezel width
BRACELET/CLASP: Stainless steel Audemars Piguet Royal Oak bracelet and deployant clasp, overall length of approximately 195 mm or 7.6 inches
ACCOMPANIED BY: An Audemars Piguet fitted presentation box.
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Lot Essay

Founded in 1875 by Jules Audemars and Edward-August Piguet, the Swiss manufacture known today as Audemars Piguet is part of the rare fine watch-making companies still held by the families of their founding partners.

One of the firm’s most popular successes has been to create the first luxury sport watch, the Royal Oak. Designed overnight in 1972 by the widely acclaimed Gerald Genta, and later qualified as the masterpiece of his career, the Royal Oak secured a discerning and informed audience and became throughout the years the emblem of the manufacture as well as a true icon within the watch community.

Offered in excellent overall condition, the present wristwatch represents a key opportunity for enthusiasts of the brand of to acquire such a captivating example of the Royal Oak model.

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