11 June 2013
Audemars Piguet. A Fine and Rare 18k Pink Gold Chronograph Wristwatch with Tourbillon
Signed Audemars Piguet, Jules Audemars Tourbillon Chronographe Model, Movement No. 600'130, Case No. F34797, Circa 2006
Cal. 2889 mechanical movement, 25 jewels, silvered guilloché dial, applied gold Roman numerals on blank chapter ring, outer five minute divisions, two engine-turned subsidiary dials for constant seconds and 30 minute register, three-armed one minute tourbillon visible through the dial, large circular case, polished sloped bezel, two round chronograph buttons in the band, sapphire crystal display back secured by five screws, 18k pink gold Audemars Piguet deployant clasp, case, dial, and movement signed
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With Audemars Piguet Certificate of Origin and Guarantee dated June 9th, 2007, wooden Audemars Piguet presentation box, product literature, leather portfolio, magnifying glass, box key and small leather pouch, and outer packaging.
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