Patek Philippe




Lot Number

ConditionVery good
Year of Production1910
Case Size45mm
Case MaterialYellow gold
Dial ColorWhite
Movement TypeManual


Brand Patek Philippe, Geneva Retailed by Arthur A. Everts Co., Dallas, Texas (U.S.A.) Year circa 1910 Movement No. 163 417 Calibre 17’’’, manual-winding, 18 jewels Case No. 271 356 Material/s yellow gold (18-carat) Dimensions Ø 45.1 mm. Thickness 11.7 mm. Weight 68 gr. (approx.) Signature dial, case and movement *An additional 0.9% surcharge applies to the hammer price for local delivery only. Patek Philippe for Arthur A. Everts Co. Historical pocket watch, enamel dial; yellow gold (18-carat) A Watch offered by The Texas Organization Yellow gold (18-carat), open-face, keyless-winding, round-shaped, pocket watch, with subsidiary seconds at 6 o’clock. Case: four-piece, “Bassine, à goutte”, polished; gold cuvette (dome) engraved in taille-douce (fine cut) with the manufacturer’s name and serial number, as well as the name of the retailer; oval-shaped clipped bow. Case-back engraved in taille-douce (fine cut) with the cypher “O G W”. Cuvette (dome) engraved in taille-douce (fine cut) with the mention “Commemorating / services rendered / The Texas Organization / 1914-18.”. Dial: white colour enamel, with black painted suspended Arabic numerals; external minute track divided five by five with black painted radiating lines and external red painted radiating Arabic numerals (5-60); blued steel “Breguet” hands. Movement: calibre 17’’’, 18 jewels, nickel-plated, going barrel, straight-line equilibrated lever escapement, à moustaches, cut bimetallic compensated balance with gold poising screws, blued steel hairspring with terminal curve, polished steel index-regulator with swan-neck spring and micrometric screw, eight adjustments. Other: patented movement. Movement based on the Swiss invention patent No. 2 680, delivered on September 27 1890, to Patek, Philippe & Cie, Geneva, for a “Remontoir avec mise à l’heure perfectionné” (the definitive version of the keyless-winding and setting device). And also based on the US design patent No. 20 483, delivered on January 13, 1891, to Adrien Philippe, Geneva, for a “Watch bridges for Watch-Movements”.

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