Hong Kong, HKCEC Grand Hall
30 November 2015
This lot is offered without a reserve
PATEK PHILIPPE. AN 18K GOLD OPENFACE KEYLESS LEVER DRESS WATCH
SIGNED PATEK, PHILIPPE & CIE, GENEVE, REF. 722, MOVEMENT NO. 930'076, CASE NO. 418'600, MANUFACTURED IN 1941
Cal. 17”’ keyless lever movement stamped PXP and twice with the Geneva seal, 18 jewels, gold cuvette, gilt matte dial, applied gold Breguet numerals, subsidiary seconds, circular case, hinged back with central family crest and motto Mos Legem Regit or Precedent Rules the Law, case, dial and movement signed
45 mm. diam.
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With Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch with gold Breguet numerals in 1941 and its subsequent sale on 27 March 1942.
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