London, South Kensington
29 June 2006
Gerald Genta. An 18ct Gold Octagonal Skeletonised Automatic Perpetual Calendar Wristwatch
signed Gerald Genta, Geneve, case no G3059-33741, circa 1990
Gilt engraved and pierced movement with matching rotor and monometallic balance, gilt chapter ring with black minute marks, luminous dots, and subsidiaries for day, date and month with leap year indicator, moonphase, in case with octagonal bezel, crystal back and central t-bar lugs to maker's strap with matching gold buckle, case, dial and movement signed
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