Lot 816 (Watches, 25th September 2018)
Sold for £4,400
In working condition at the present time; ticking.
In generally worn condition.
Paint-like specs are present on the case and crystal.
Case is generally scratched.
Acrylic is generally scratched with a scuff mark between the 11 and 12 markers.
Dial in good condition.
Hands and markers all intact.
Crown intact, signed. Hands changing.
Minute hand slightly discoloured.
Generic strap in well worn condition.
Additional buckle included.
GENTLEMAN'S EIGHTEEN CARAT GOLD PATEK PHILIPPE MANUAL WIND WRIST WATCH,
1960s, the round buff dial with applied gold baton hour markers, subsidiary seconds at 6, 34mm case with 18K to the caseback, on a generic black strap, lacking box and papers, with travel pouch
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