29 November 2007
AUDEMARS PIGUET. A VERY FINE AND EXTREMELY RARE PLAITNUM AND DIAMOND-SET SKELETONISED AUTOMATIC TOURBILLON WRISTWATCH WITH BRACELET, DATE, POWER RESERVE INDICATION
SIGNED AUDEMARS PIGUET, NO. 2, CASE NO. D71964, CIRCA 1995
Cal. 2875 nickel-finished lever movement, 41 jewels, hammer type rotor, the transparent dial with off-centred time display on a trasparent disc, blackened steel hands, two subsidiary dials for date and power reserve indication, visible three-arm titanium tourbillon carriage with mono-metallic compensation balance, in circular case with diamond-set bezel and lugs, glazed display back secured by six screws, together with a platinum and diamond-set Audemars Piguet link bracelet, case and dial signed
39 mm. diam.
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Accompanied by an Audemars Piguet presentation box.
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