29 November 2007
BREGUET. A RARE OVERSIZED 18K GOLD SKELETONISED TOURBILLON WRISTWATCH WITH POWER RESERVE AND RETROGRADE 24 HOUR INDICATION
SIGNED BREGUET, MODEL "TOURBILLON SQUELETTE RETRO", NO. 2640, REF. 3655, CIRCA 2000
Cal. 12''' fully skeletonised gilt-finished lever movement profusely engraved throughout with scrolls and decorative patterns, 21 jewels, the skeletonised dial with Roman numerals on off-centred silvered chapter ring, two silvered sectors for power reserve and retrograde 24 hour indication, visible three-arm one minute tourbillon carriage with subsidiary seconds ring and mono-metallic compensation balance, in large circular case with downturned lugs, milled band, glazed display back, together with an 18k gold Breguet buckle, case, dial and movement signed
40 mm. diam.
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Accompanied by a Breguet presentation box with outer packaging and Certificate of Origin and Guarantee.
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