932
932

FROM THE ESTATE OF GERARD ANTHONY

RGM
A STAINLESS STEEL SKELETONIZED TOURBILLON WRISTWATCH PENNSYLVANIA TOURBILLON CIRCA 2005
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932

FROM THE ESTATE OF GERARD ANTHONY

RGM
A STAINLESS STEEL SKELETONIZED TOURBILLON WRISTWATCH PENNSYLVANIA TOURBILLON CIRCA 2005
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RGM
A STAINLESS STEEL SKELETONIZED TOURBILLON WRISTWATCH PENNSYLVANIA TOURBILLON CIRCA 2005
• manual winding German silver lever movement, 19 jewels, unique seven tooth winding click, one minute tourbillon carriage • semi skeletonized dial, hand cut guillochè main plate, 18k yellow gold plaques, silvered chapter ring with painted black radial Roman numerals, blued steel Spade hands • stainless steel case, coin edged case band with sapphire crystal window, screw down sapphire crystal display back • case, dial, and movement signed • with a stainless steel RGM folding clasp. 
diameter 44 mm
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Catalogue Note

RGM Watch Company was born from traditional Swiss training and American ingenuity. Inspired by the late 19th century and early 20th century American watchmaking, Roland G. Murphy, a WOSTEP-trained watchmaker and watch manufacturer, endeavored to create all-American watches in the horologically historic Lancaster County, Pennsylvania (having been home to Hamilton Watch Company from 1892 to 1969). Eight years of research and development, and the power of new technologies like CNC (computer numerical control) machines, led to the creation of beautifully crafted American movements, complications, and hand-finishing inspired by American watchmaking traditions. All of the Pennsylvania-made, RGM movements are stamped “USA,” denoting the country of origin.

Important Watches

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