New York, Park Avenue
28 October 1992
A RARE GOLD OPENFACE MINUTE REPEATING SPLIT CHRONOGRAPH WITH MINUTE AND HOUR REGISTERS
SIGNED TIFFANY AND CO., NEW YORK, THE MOVEMENT SUPPLIED BY PATEK PHILIPPE & CO., NO. 11203
The nickel finished keyless lever movement with chronograph train and split mechanism on train and barrel bridges, counterpoised escapement with overcoiled hairspring, repeating on gongs by means of slide on band, 18K gold cuvette with presentation inscription, white enamel dial with arabic chapters enclosing continuous registers for 60-minutes and 12 hours, blued steel hands, within a monogrammed 18K gold case, signed by Tiffany on movement, case and dial--51mm. diam.
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Sold with a certificate from Patek Philippe & Co., confirming the manufacture of the movement and its sale December 16, 1901.
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