Patek Philippe

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ConditionVery good
Year of Production1910
Case Size45mm
Case MaterialYellow gold
Dial ColorWhite
Bracelet/Strap-
Movement TypeManual
BoxNo
PapersNo
LocationSingapore

Description

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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