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Important Watches, Collector's Wristw...

The Ritz-carlton Hotel, Hong-kong, June 08, 2002

LOT 94

Patek Philippe & Cie, Genève, No. 1868786, case No. 2978379, Ref. 3923-016, No. 00. Produced in a limited edition of 35 pieces in 1999, to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Harrod's, and sold on November 13, 2000.Very fine, elegant and flat, 18K pink gold gentleman's wristwatch with an 18K pink gold Patek Philippe buckle. Accompanied by a certificate.

C. two-body, solid, polished, dedicated case back, stepped concave bezel, concave lugs. D. opalescent silver (reserved reference) with applied pink gold Breguet numerals, auxiliary seconds dial. "Breguet" pink gold hands. M. Cal. 215, stamped with the Geneva Quality Hallmark, rhodium-plated, "fausses-côtes" decoration, 18 jewels, straight line lever escapement, Gyromax balance adjusted for heat, cold, isochronism and 5 positions, shock-absorber, self-compensating free-sprung Breguet balance sprigDial, case and movement signed.Diam. 31 mm.

C. two-body, solid, polished, dedicated case back, stepped concave bezel, concave lugs.
D. opalescent silver (reserved reference) with applied pink gold Breguet numerals, auxiliary seconds dial. "Breguet" pink gold hands.
M. Cal. 215, stamped with the Geneva Quality Hallmark, rhodium-plated, "fausses-côtes" decoration, 18 jewels, straight line lever escapement, Gyromax balance adjusted for heat, cold, isochronism and 5 positions, shock-absorber, self-compensating free-sprung Breguet balance sprigDial, case and movement signed.Diam. 31 mm.

HKD 100,000 - 117,000

EUR 14,500 - 17,000 / USD 13,000 - 15,000

Sold: HKD 149,500


Grading System
Grade: AAA

Excellent

Case: 2

Very good

Movement: 2

Very good

Dial: 2 - 01

Notes

The celebrated English store was founded in 1849 in London byCharles-Henry Harrods (1800-1885). It was destroyed by fire and re-built in 1894 at the Knightsbridge location where it still is today.This piece is numbered 00, which is the number Patek Philippe gives to objects destined for the Patek Philippe Museum; by accident, it was sold to Harrod's.