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Type Online-Only Auction
Price Realized 6,700.00 USD
Date Sold 12/6/2018

Lot # 113
Estimate 4,000.00 - 7,000.00 USD
Group - Category Jewelry & Watches
Lead Patek Philippe, quarter hour repeater, 48mm, 18K
Patek Philippe, Genève, quarter-hour repeater, marked for A.H. Rodanet who was Patek Philippe's retailer in France, 48mm, 18K rose gold OF case with gold cuvette bearing Rodanet marking and serial number, monogrammed initials on back, white enamel SS dial, SW-SS, fully capped lever escapement, likely 24-26J, fausses-côtes pattern nickel damascene, s#90894. Gross weight of assembled watch 57.4 dwt (89.2 g). CONDITION: Mvt: GRO, good repeat function and tone, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, light tarnish on Patek signed bridge; dial has hl at 6, perimeter chip at 1 with some adjacent small fractures; excellent gold spade hands; case shows little wear, no dents or dings, engraved monogram shows little wear; tight gold bow, crown shows very little wear; good glass crystal.
Name "Fourth Annual Holiday Spectacular!"
Auctioneer Jones and Horan Auction Team
Type Online-Only Auction
Date(s) 11/22/2018 - 12/6/2018
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