28 November 2012
This lot is offered without a reserve
PATEK PHILIPPE. A FINE 18K GOLD, PLATINUM, ENAMEL AND DIAMOND-SET OPENFACE KEYLESS LEVER PENDANT WATCH
SIGNED PATEK, PHILIPPE & CIE, GENEVE, MOVEMENT NO. 146'011, CASE NO. 250'671, MANUFACTURED IN 1907
Keyless jewelled lever movement, monogrammed gold cuvette, white enamel dial, Arabic numerals, small circular case, white enamel ring, bezel and band with translucent blue-grey enamel on engine-turned ground, the reverse similarly decorated, further embellished with finely pierced platinum and diamond-set filigree and central diamond floret, case and dial signed, cuvette numbered
27 mm. diam.
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With Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch with enamel dial in 1907 and its subsequent sale on 10 July 1908.
This lot is offered without reserve.
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