Patek Philippe

Event

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Date

Lot Number

ConditionExcellent
Year of Production1903
Case Size46mm
Case MaterialRose gold
Dial ColorWhite
Bracelet/Strap-
Movement TypeManual
BoxYes
PapersYes
LocationSingapore

Description

Brand Patek Philippe, Geneva Retailed by Tiffany & Co., New York Year circa 1903 Movement No. 124 560 Calibre 16’’’ ½, manual-winding, lever escapement, probably 33 jewels Case No. 124 560 Material/s pink gold (18-carat) Dimensions Ø 45.6 mm. Thickness 15.1 mm. Weight 96.5 gr. (approx.) Signature dial, case and movement Accessories contemporary fitted box; Extract from the Archives Patek Philippe for Tiffany & Co. Historical pocket watch, minute-repeater, chronograph, split-seconds; pink gold (18-carat) The Watch of Platt Rogers Jr. (1850-1928), American politician, Mayor of Denver, Colorado (1891-1893) Pink gold (18-carat), open-face, keyless-winding, round-shaped, pocket watch, with subsidiary seconds at 6 o’clock and three horological complications: • Minute-repeater by two hammers on two steel gongs (activated by the slide located on the case-band at 8 o’clock) • 1/5 second chronograph (activated by the winding-crown) with outer ring divided in 60; safety bolt locking the chronograph’s functions (slide at 11 o’clock) • Split-seconds (activated by the rectangular-shaped push-piece located on the case-band at 10:30) Case: four-piece, “Bassine”, polished; gold cuvette (dome); oval-shaped clipped bow. Case-back engraved in taille-douce (fine cut) with the cypher “P R Jr”. Cuvette (dome) engraved in taille-douce (fine cut) with the mention “Platt Rogers, Jr. / Denver, Colorado / August 15th, 1911”. Dial: white colour enamel (two-piece), with black painted radiating Roman numerals; external minute track divided five by five with black painted radiating lines and external red painted radiating Arabic numerals (5-60); blued steel “Poire Stuart” pear-shaped hands. Movement: calibre 16’’’ ½, probably 33 jewels, rhodium-plated, going barrel, straight-line equilibrated lever escapement, à moustaches, cut bimetallic compensated balance with gold poising screws and blued steel hairspring with terminal curve, polished steel index-regulator with swan-neck spring and micrometric screw; repeater work on the main plate, under the dial; chronograph work on the top plate; split-seconds work mounted under the dial. The Extract from the Archives, dated November 16, 1989, mentions that this watch was made in 1903 and sold on August 31, 1903

Patek Philippe
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