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Patek Philippe
A FINE AND RARE 18K YELLOW GOLD OPEN-FACED MINUTE REPEATING PERPETUAL CALENDAR SPLIT SECOND CHRONOGRAPH WATCH WITH MOON-PHASES 1927-1957 REF 767 MVT 198106 CASE 687006
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Patek Philippe
A FINE AND RARE 18K YELLOW GOLD OPEN-FACED MINUTE REPEATING PERPETUAL CALENDAR SPLIT SECOND CHRONOGRAPH WATCH WITH MOON-PHASES 1927-1957 REF 767 MVT 198106 CASE 687006
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Details & Cataloguing

Patek Philippe
A FINE AND RARE 18K YELLOW GOLD OPEN-FACED MINUTE REPEATING PERPETUAL CALENDAR SPLIT SECOND CHRONOGRAPH WATCH WITH MOON-PHASES 1927-1957 REF 767 MVT 198106 CASE 687006
• cal. 17''' manual winding damascened nickel lever movement, 40 jewels, precision regulator, repeating with two hammers on to gongs • silvered dial, applied Arabic numerals, four subsidiary dials for month, day, date in English and constant seconds combined with moon-phases • case with scooped bezel, squared faceted bow, repeating slide in the band, split seconds chronograph button in the crown and the band • case, dial and movement signed • Extract from the Archives confirming sale on 16 July 1960 • leather pouch
diameter 50 mm
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Catalogue Note

The accompanying Extract from the Archives for this watch records the date of manufacture of the movement as 1927. The Extract from the Archives further states that Patek Philippe later completed and encased the movement in 1957 and the watch sold initially on July 16th of the year 1960. The dial on this watch appears unusual as it does not have the standard batons normally seen, but Arabic numerals. An example of this rare reference is illustrated in Huber, M. & Banbery, A., Patek Philippe, p. 234. A picture of the movement is on the same page.

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