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Geneva, Oct 01, 2020

LOT 129

Patek Philippe and Inducta
Electronic centre-seconds master clock and slave clock; metal

CHF 3,000 - 3,600

EUR 2,800 - 3,400 / USD 3,300 - 4,000 / HKD 25,400 - 30,500


Sold: CHF 1,875

Metal with wood-effect sides, horizontal rectangular-shaped with two front handles, electronic, centre-seconds, master clock, dedicated to “Jean Vaucher / Souvenir de 25 ans de collaboration / 1945-1970” (remembering 25 years of collaboration).
Accompanied by a round-shaped slave clock, signed Inducta, Uhrenfabrik Thun-Gwatt, Gwatt (Switzerland), No. 221 224 – 20 849 (24 volt; dated November 7, 1968).

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Grading System
Case: 4-7-9




Movement: 5**


Repair required, at buyer's expense

Dial: 4-01


HANDS Original

Brand Patek Philippe, Geneva

Reference L 4031

Year circa 1970

Movement No. unnumbered

Case No. unnumbered

Material metal

Dimensions slave clock Ø 300 mm. (approx.)

Height 130 mm.

Width 425 mm.

Thickness 213 mm.


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