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Gerald Genta
AN 18K YELLOW GOLD AUTOMATIC TOURBILLON WRISTWATCH WITH DATE AND POWER RESERVE REF G.4066 CASE 87068 CIRCA 1990
• cal. 12100, engraved gilt brass automatic movement, 28 jewels, lateral lever escapement with one minute tourbillon under a three-arm polished steel cage • mother-of-pearl textured dial, painted Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds over the tourbillon aperture, fan-form sector for power reserve indication at 12, inner minute track, outer graduation for the date, luminous épée hands • polished case, concave band, sapphire crystal and screw-down display case back • case, dial and movement signed • with an 18k yellow gold Gérald Genta buckle 
diameter 36 mm thickness 11 mm
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Catalogue Note

The name Gerald Genta is synonymous in the watch industry with many iconic models. Genta’s designs have included the Royal Oak case for Audemars Piguet, the Nautilus case for Patek Philippe and an updated case for the IWC Ingenieur. Gerald Genta also founded his own watch brand bearing his name in order to manufacture some of the most complex watches in the world. Matching technique with beauty, he produced various complications such as perpetual calendars, minute-repeaters and, as in the present watch, tourbillons. Today Gerald Genta is revered as a genius of watch design and technical complexity.

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