29 November 2007
AUDEMARS PIGUET. A FINE AND RARE LIMITED PRODUCTION 18K GOLD SKELETONISED AUTOMATIC TOURBILLON WRISTATCH WITH DATE AND POWER RESERVE INDICATION
SIGNED AUDEMARS PIGUET, AUTOMATIC, NO. 47, CASE NO. D 36272, CIRCA 1993
Cal. 2875 with nickel-finished lever movement, 41 jewels, hammer type rotor, the skeletonised dial with off-centred time display on a transparent disc, blackened and blued steel hands, two subsidiary dials for date and power reserve indication, visible three-arm titanium tourbillon cage with mono-metallic compensation balance, in circular case with rounded bezel, teardrop lugs, crown to the back secured by six screws, together with an 18k gold Audemars Piguet buckle, case, dial and movement signed
39 mm. diam.
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