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Date/Report Number 06042012.PPCIE Item:   ORIGINAL 1910 PATEK PHILIPPE 18K OPEN FACE   RHODIUM 20 JEWEL 8 ADJUSTMENT SWAN NECK REG GOLD TRAIN GUILLAUME SCREW BALANMCE POCKET WATCH.
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Description of item: VINTAGE 1910 All Original Stem Wind & Set Patek Philippe Open Face 18k Gold Double Hinged Back Pocket Watch with Glass Crystal White Black & Red Enamel Dial Black Arabic Numerals Black Arrow Seconds Chapter Red Seconds Numeral Chapter Red & Black Sunk Sub-Seconds Register Gold Louis XV Hands [minute hour seconds] Case No: 266907 Pat. Jan.13. 1891 Case Width: 46.5mm Case Height To Crown: 56mm Case Height To Bale/Bail: 63mm Case Thickness: 11.38mm Serial Number [1910] Rhodium & Nickel Swiss Bars Bridges 20 Jewels Eight 8 Adjustments Bi-Metallic Compensated Guillaume Screw Balance Swan Neck RegulatorCONDITION IS FINE.

.Estimated Retail Replacement Value $ 6900.00


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1910
All Original
Stem Wind & Set
Patek Philippe

Open Face
18k Gold

Double Hinged Back
Pocket Watch
with
Glass Crystal
White Black & Red Enamel Dial
Black Arabic Numerals
Black Arrow Seconds Chapter
Red Seconds Numeral Chapter
Red & Black Sunk Sub-Seconds Register
Gold Louis XV Hands

[minute hour seconds]
Case No: 266907
Pat. Jan.13. 1891
Case Width: 46.5mm
Case Height To Crown: 56
mm
Case Height To Bale/Bail: 63
mm
Case Thickness: 11.38
mm
Serial Number No 15998
[1910]
Rhodium & Nickel Swiss Bars Bridges
20 Jewels
Eight 8 Adjustments

Bi-Metallic Compensated
Guillaume Screw Balance
Swan’s Neck Fine Micro Regulator.


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Condition Is Fine

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Mint Condition Original Dial & Hands

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***Case Double Hinged Covers Fine Condition

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***Inside Second Case Back Cover Excellent Condition

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 Nickle & Rhodium Swiss Bars Finished
Movement In Fine Condition

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 All Numbers Match

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MINT DIAL SIGNED
PATEK PHILIPPE & CIE
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND

[CIE = COMPANY]

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BALE/BAIL STAMPED
PPC

[PATEK PHILIPPE]

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COMPLETE CASE
WITH BALE/BAIL, BEZEL,
CROWN & DOUBLE CASE BACKS
IS COMPOSED OF PLUMB 18 KARAT GOLD

AND IS IN FINE CONDITION

WITH MINOR SUPER FINE NORMAL
SURFACE SCRATCHING
AND ENGRAVING
M/C OR M/G


THOUGH LIGHT POLISHING WOULD
REMOVE SURFACE SCRATCHING
CASE HAS NOT BEEN POLISHED


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FINE CONDITION


INSIDE TOP EDGES OF OUTER 18K CASE HAS
SOME MINOR MARKINGS FROM OPENING
CASE -THESE CAN BE REMOVED BUT CASE
HAS NOT BEEN BUFFED

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SIGNED


PP.C "O"
["O" UNDERSCORED]
18KTS
266907
PATEK LOGO

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INTERIOR OUTER SIDE OF INNER
DUST/MOISTURE 18K HINGED COVER

SIGNED

*No 159981
PATEK PHILIPPE & Cie


*NOTE BOTH CASE AND MOVEMENT
HAVE THE SAME SERIAL NUMBERS

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INNER SIDE OF INNER HINGED 18K CASE
DUST/MOISTURE COVER IS BRUSH FINISHED

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INNER SIDE OF INNER HINGED 18K CASE
DUST/MOISTURE COVER IS SIGNED


WOMAN FACING LEFT CARTOUCHE
18K
P/P LOGO
**266907

**SAME AS OUTER CASE

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PATEK PHILIPPE
SIGNED


PATEK PHILIPPE & Co
No 159981
[1910]
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND
PAT JAN 13
1891
TWENTY 20 JEWELS
EIGHT (8) ADJUSTMENTS

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Calibre
Patek Philippe
Rhodium Plated
Geneva Stripes
Stem Wind and Set
20 Jewels

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Wolf Teeth Winding Gears/Wheels

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TWENTY JEWELS

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Bi-Metallic Compensated
Guillaume Screw Balance


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PAT JAN 13
1891


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The balance cock has an elegant highly polished & formed
Swan’s Neck fine in case Micro Regulator. The outwards facing screw
on the left allows for easy & fine in case regulation & rate adjustment.

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PATEK HISTORY

 On May 1st, 1839 two Polish immigrants, >Antoni Patek (Businessman) and François Czapek (Watchmaker) joined forces to found "Patek, Czapek & Cie" in Geneva.
In 1844 Patek met the French watchmaker, Jean-Adrien Philippe in Paris where the latter presented his pioneering stem winding and setting system by the crown.
In 1845 when Czapek decided to leave the company and to continue on his own, the company name changed to "Patek & Cie".
Later, in 1851 when Adrien Philippe officially became associated with the company, it was renamed "Patek Philippe & Cie", before changing once more in 1901 to "Ancienne Manufacture d’Horlogerie Patek Philippe & Cie, S.A.".
In 1932 the company was purchased by two brothers, Charles and Jean Stern, owners of a fine dial manufacture in Geneva. Since then, "Patek Philippe S.A." remains a family owned firm.
In 2009 the company presidency was officially transferred from the 3rd to the 4th generation : Thierry Stern became president and his father Philippe Stern, Honorary president.
1909
The “Duke of Regla” coat-of-arms pocket watch: Patek Philippe creates an exceptional timepiece with a minute repeating mechanism that plays the Westminster chimes on a petite and grande sonnerie.
1916
Patek Philippe produces the first complicated ladies’ wristwatch with a five-minute repeater.
1922/23
Patek Philippe makes the first split-seconds chronograph wristwatch.
1925
Patek Philippe creates its first wristwatch with perpetual calendar.
1927
James Ward Packard collects his Patek Philippe astronomical pocket watch.
The first wristwatch chronographs with or without split-seconds begin regular production at Patek Philippe. 1932
The two brothers Jean and Charles Stern purchase the Patek Philippe Company.
Introduction of the first model from the Calatrava collection: Ref. 96.
1933
Patek Philippe creates the "Supercomplication" pocket watch for Henry Graves.
Until 1989, this pocket watch remains, with its 24 complications, the world’s most complicated timepiece.
1941
Patek Philippe begins regular production of perpetual calendar wristwatches.
1944
Patek Philippe wins a record number of first prizes for precision in the Geneva Observatory competition for marine chronometers.
1949/51
Patent for Patek Philippe Gyromax balance wheel.
1953/56
Patents for self-winding mechanisms.
1956
The company makes the first all-electronic clock. 1959/62
Patents for time-zone watches.
1962
A new timekeeping precision record is achieved by Patek Philippe in the Geneva Observatory competition.
1968
Introduction of the first model of the Ellipse collection: Ref. 3548
1976
Introduction of the first model of the Nautilus sports watch collection: the Ref. 3700/1 Steel.
1977
Patent for Caliber 240.
1986
Patent for secular perpetual calendar with retrograde hand.
1989
To celebrate 150 years of Patek Philippe, the company creates the most complicated portable timepiece ever made, the Caliber 89 with 33 complications.
1993 Launch of the first model of the Gondolo collection: Ref. 4824.
1996
Patent for Annual Calendar mechanism.
Patek Philippe moves into new building in Plan-les-Ouates.
1998
Patent for state-of-winding indicator.
1999
Patek Philippe launches the ladies’ Twenty-4® collection: Ref. 4910/10A.
2000
To mark the Millennium, Patek Philippe presents the Star Caliber 2000, a double-sided pocket watch with 21 complications.
2002
Patek Philippe launches its most complicated wristwatch ever produced with double-face: the Sky Moon Tourbillon.
2003
Patek Philippe introduces the 10 Day Tourbillon wristwatch.
2005
Patek Philippe Advanced Research: Patek Philippe launches a watch with a silicon escape wheel for a Swiss lever escapement.
2006
Patek Philippe Advanced Research: Patek Philippe launches a watch with a silicon based balance spring Spiromax®.
The 10th anniversary of its workshops.
Patek Philippe celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Nautilus collection.
Patek Philippe re-opens the renovated Geneva Salons.

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