16 December 2011
Pierre Kunz. A Fine 18k Pink Gold Automatic Perpetual Calendar Wristwatch With Retrograde Day And Date And Moon Phases
Signed Pierre Kunz, Geneve, No. 19, Spirit of Challenge, Ref. PKA 003 QPR, Circa 2005
Cal. RK 2001 nickel-finished lever movement, black dial, silver polished chapter ring with Roman numerals, two engine-turned fan-form sectors each with polished ring one for retrograde day and one for retrograde date, silver polished subsidiary ring for month combined with leap year indication, arched sector for phases of the moon, circular case, coin-edged band, downturned lugs, sapphire crystal display back secured by six screws, 18k pink gold Pierre Kunz buckle, case, dial and movement signed
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Accompanied by an undated and unsigned Pierre Kunz Certificate of Origin and International Warranty, wooden Pierre Kunz presentation box, black leather Pierre Kunz portfolio, instructions form, setting pin and outer packaging.
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