18 March 1998
Patek Philippe. A gold minute repeating chronograph keyless hunter pocketwatch
Signed Patek Philippe & Co., case No. 47768, 1870s
The frosted gilt bar movement jewelled to the repeating train, with bimetallic balance, wolf-tooth winding, repeating on two gongs by operating a slide in the band, further inscribed A.H. Rodanet, Paris, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, Arabic five minute divisions, subsidiary seconds, blued steel moon hands, sweep centre seconds operated by a button in the band and locked by the top cover, in heavy plain gold case with engine turned rims to the bezels, applied two tone gold monogram to the front cover, the finely chased and engraved hinged cuvette with four enamel miniature portraits en grisaille, movement signed, case numbered
54 mm. diam.
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