29 May 2008
AUDEMARS PIGUET, "QUANTIEME PERPETUAL CHRONOGRAPHE"
VERY RARE, 950 PLATINUM AND DIAMOND-SET SELF-WINDING PERPETUAL CALENDAR CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH MOON-PHASE DISPLAY, PRODUCED IN LIMITED SERIES
NO. 7, CIRCA 1992
Calibre 2126, 51 jewels, central rotor with 21k gold rim, the silvery dial with diamond-set hour markers, outer one-fifth minute divisions and tachymetric scale, four subdials for small seconds with date, minute counter with leap years and month, hour counter with day of the week, and moon-phase display, in three-part case with diamond-set bezel, brushed and polished, snap-on back, two chronograph pushers in the band, stainless steel AP buckle, case, dial and movement signed
Diameter: 40 mm.
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