With Patek Philippe original invoice dated 28 November 1922 addressed to Miss M.L. Yglesias, Mr. J.B. Monk, 5, Avenue Juste Olivier, Lausanne, for watch no. 197'720, total net Frs. 4,000, paid net on 28 November 1922 to Mr. Jacques Schwab in Lausanne to whom it had been sent by post. Furthermore delivered with the Certificate of Origin & Warranty dated 28 November 1922, mentioning the "silver platinized dial" and "platinum, rectangular case with large brilliants", original fitted presentation box and Extract from the Archives confirming production of the watch with silvered dial, Breguet hour markers, the platinum case ornamented with diamonds of approximately 1.28 ct and onyx, clasp in gold and platinum set with rose-cut diamonds in 1922 and its subsequent sale on 28 November 1922.
This most elegant example of one of Patek Philippe's Art Deco wristwatches is distinguished by its very good and original overall condition and the presence of the original invoice, certificate and box, all rarities by themselves. It has furthermore never been offered in public before.