Lo Scienziato Radiomir 1940 Tourbillon GMT, reference PAM 00559, OP 6961 Montre bracelet en or rose avec tourbillon, date et réserve de marche | Pink gold tourbillon wristwatch with date and power reserve Vers 2015 | Circa 2015
September 30, 10:19 AM GMT
40,000 - 60,000 EUR
Lo Scienziato Radiomir 1940 Tourbillon GMT, reference PAM 00559, OP 6961
Montre bracelet en or rose avec tourbillon, date et réserve de marche |
Pink gold tourbillon wristwatch with date and power reserve
Vers 2015 |
Calibre: cal. P.2005/S remontage manuel, 31 rubis
Numéro de mouvement: 1'230
Boîtier: or rose 18K (750°/00), fond verre saphir vissé
Numéro de boîtier: BB 1734851, R23/30
Fermoir: bracelet Panerai en alliagtor et double boucle déployante en or rose 18K (750°/00)
Dimensions : 48 mm, circonférence du bracelet approx. 185 mm
Signé: boîtier, cadran et mouvement
Accessoires: certificat, livret de garantie, manuel d'utilisation et écrin avec surboîte Panerai
Calibre: cal. P.2005/S manual winding, 31 jewels
Movement number: 1'230
Case: 18k pink gold, screw-down sapphire display back
Case number: BB 1734851, R23/30
Closure: Panerai alligator strap and pink gold double folding clasp
Dimensions: 48 mm, bracelet circumference approx. 185 mm
Signed: case, dial and movement
Accessories: Panerai certificate, guarantee leaflet, instruction manual and presentation case with outer packaging
Poids brut 198.90 g |
Gross weight 198.90 g
Made as a limited edition of 30 pieces only, the PAM00559 is one of the most important and impressive pieces ever produced by Panerai.
Crafted in a 48mm pink gold case, it features a skeletonized manual winding tourbillon movement made of 277 components.
The PAM00559 was released in 2015 as one of the most important watches of the year.
The watch is part of the Radiomir 1940 collection, which mainly differs from the "standard" Radiomir models by having thick fixed lugs instead of wire lugs, a thicker bezel and a flat cylindrical crown instead of the flared crown. All these differences make the 1940 collection more faithful to the military pieces produced by Panerai during the mid-20th century.
The "Lo Scienziato" (the scientist) denomination confirms that the PAM00559 was made with the highest attention to details and using all the savoir faire of the brand. It was developed by the Panerai “Laboratorio di idee" in Neuchâtel. Beyond the fascinating architecture of the skeletonized movement, the tourbillon is particularly exceptional. Indeed, it makes a full rotation in 30 seconds, instead of 60. Furthermore, its axis is perpendicular, not parallel, to the balance wheel, ensuring a better compensation of the gravity, thus a higher accuracy of the movement.
It has an impressive 6-day power reserve thanks to its three barrels. The power reserve indication is located on the back of the watch.
The term Lo Scienziato pays tribute to Galileo. The physicist, astronomer and mathematician made significant discoveries in the field of time measurement. Since 2012, Panerai supports the Museo Galileo in Florence.
Rarely appearing at auction, this exceptional watch gathers the very best of the modern Panerai era.