29 November 2007
PAUL PICOT. A FINE LIMITED PRODUCTION 18K GOLD TRIPLE CALENDAR SPLIT SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH PHASES OF THE MOON
SIGNED PAUL PICOT, GENEVE, NO. 019, CIRCA 1995
With nickel-finished jewelled lever movement, mono-metallic compensation balance, the silvered engine-turned dial with Roman numerals and outer tachymetre scale, blued steel hands, four subsidiary dials indicating constant seconds, day combined with date, month combined with phases of the moon and 30 minutes register, in large circular case with milled bezel, fluted downturned lugs, three chronograph buttons in the band and crown, glazed display back secured by six screws, case, dial and movement signed
41 mm. diam.
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Accompanied by a Paul Picot presentation box with outer packaging.
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