13 November 2001
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PATEK PHILIPPE, AN EXCEPTIONALLY RARE AND POSSIBLY UNIQUE, 18K GOLD WRISTWATCH WITH SINGLE BUTTON SPLIT-SECOND CHRONOGRAPH
Patek Philippe, Ref:130, No. 198405, 1930, retailed by Cartier No. 8703 on 15 December 1938.
13"'CCR, rhodium finished 26-jewel lever movement, eight adjustments, bimetallic cut compensation balance, silvered dial with applied gold Breguet numerals, gold Feuille hands, minute track, subsidiary constant seconds, minute recording dial, outer tachymeter scale, signed Cartier at 6, circular case with concave bezel, snap on back (no.617297), downturned lugs (no.8703), maker's 18ct gold buckle, movement, dial and case signed.
This watch was lot 234 in The Art of Patek Philippe, Antiquorum, Geneva, April 9 1989.
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