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PROPERTY FROM THE DESCENDANT OF SALVATORE QUASIMODO, NOBEL PRIZE WINNER FOR LITERATURE

Vacheron Constantin
A HISTORICAL YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED KEYLESS WATCH ACCOMPANIED WITH GOLD MEDAL MVT 680713 CASE 368773 CIRCA 1955
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PROPERTY FROM THE DESCENDANT OF SALVATORE QUASIMODO, NOBEL PRIZE WINNER FOR LITERATURE

Vacheron Constantin
A HISTORICAL YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED KEYLESS WATCH ACCOMPANIED WITH GOLD MEDAL MVT 680713 CASE 368773 CIRCA 1955
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Vacheron Constantin
A HISTORICAL YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED KEYLESS WATCH ACCOMPANIED WITH GOLD MEDAL MVT 680713 CASE 368773 CIRCA 1955
• cal. 1003 manual winding nickel lever movement, mono-metallic compensation balance, 17 jewels • silvered dial, applied baton indexes • 18k yellow case, large bezel, snap-on case back • case, dial and movement signed • with an 18k yellow gold chain
diameter 41 and 35
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With a Vacheron Constantin presentation box and a 22k gold commemoration medal depicting the Nobel price, Salvatore Quasimodo.

Catalogue Note

This watch belonged to Salvatore Quasimodo an Italian author and poet, Nobel Prize winner for Literature in 1959. He is considered to be one of the foremost Italian poets of the 20th century, along with Giuseppe Ungaretti and Eugenio Montale. Salvatore Quasimodo wore the present watch when he received the Noble Prize and the piece has remained in his family ever since.

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