10 November 2014
Piaget. A fine and rare 18K gold and tiger's eye bracelet watch
Signed Piaget, movement no. 734'129, case nos. 9855D62 and 184'590, manufactured in 1970.
Cal. 9P mechanical movement, 18 jewels, tiger's eye dial, oval case, cord-design bezel, back secured by two screws, 18K gold and tiger's eye Piaget link bracelet with clasp, case, dial and movement signed
32 mm. wide & 25 mm. length
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According to the Archives of Piaget, the present watch was manufactured in 1970.
The model is illustrated in Montres et Merveilles de Piaget by F. Cologni, G. Negretti, F. Nencini, p. 64.
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