Accompanied by Patek Philippe Certificat d'Origine et de Garantie and original envelope, both also bearing red Freccero & Cia., 25 de Mayo, 563, Montevideo, Agentes retailer stamp, Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch with raised gold hour markers and tachometer scale in 1949 and its subsequent sale on 15 December 1949. Furthermore delivered with Patek Philippe original fitted brown leather presentation box.
This watch is one of the most attractive references 130 in pink gold to be offered in public in recent years. Its desirability resides in the exclusive combination of the pink gold case showing a perfect satin-finish and sharp edges, the highly attractive two-tone pink dial and retailer's signature, further enhanced by the original condition, original certificate and envelope, both also bearing the retailer's stamp. It is one of only five reference 130 models in pink gold with such a two-tone pink dial and retailer's signature known to exist to date.
The prestigious firm Freccero & Cia. at 25 De Mayo 563 in Montevideo were Patek Philippe's retailers in Uruguay.