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Breguet Repeater Pocket Vintage Parts. REF.00821

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Breguet Repeater Pocket Vintage Parts. REF.00821

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  • Marca: Breguet
  • Modelo: Repeater Bolso Pocket Vintage Museum Partes
  • Número: 4265
  • Gênero: Masculino
  • Características: Conjunto do Relogio composto dos itens 100% originais: Mostrador cerâmica, Ponteiros Ouro rose Breguet, Coroa grande diferenciada rose (11mm diametro), Movimento Repetidor. Tamanho do bloco aprox. 41,5mm x 7mm
  • Caixa: NA
  • Fundo: Branco cerâmica  com sub-dial , numerais Romanos, escala externa de minutos em cardinais (5-60), gravado Breguet 4265, em perfeito estado
  • Pulseira: Não acompanha
  • Comentários: Conjunto (partes) em excelente estado (dial sem ressalvas, movimento complicado high-grade). Famoso Breguet Repeater, como o gongo inventado por A.L.Breguet, relógio cobiçado; ideal para um projeto de relogio ou para renovar um Bregue; a Coroa é fixado as 3.00hs, facilitando um projeto de adaptação para relogio de pulso. Caixa, pulseira, vidro não acompanham. Movimento parece OK, mas não foi testado (vendido como está).
  • Acompanha  :Caixa vintage e saco protetor 

 

 Nota: Em caso de envio por correio, não acompanha a sacola e o livro-catálogo. Para melhor avaliação, as fotos fazem parte da descriçao.

 

 

Basic Info

Listing number

 

Reference number

4265

Brand

Breguet

Model

Repeater Pocket Vintage Museum Parts

Code

 

Movement

Repeater

Case material

NA

Bracelet material

NA

Year

1900s

Condition

Very Good

Scope of delivery

No original box, no original papers

Gender

Men's watch/Unisex

Location

Brazil, Sao Paulo

Caliber

Movement

Repeater

Case

Case material

NA

Case diameter

 

Dial

White Enamel, approx. 40,5mm

Bracelet/strap

Bracelet material

NA

Bracelet color

 

Clasp

 

Clasp material

 

Functions

Seconds sub-dial, Repeater (lateral button, gong-spring), crown at 3.00

 

Description

Breguet Repeater Pocket watch reference 4265 parts: Repeater high-grade Movement (gong-spring, lateral lever), signed Enamel Dial, Gold Breguet Hands, nice, big rose Crown; overall in really great condition.

The beautiful white dial features a seconds sub-dial, Roman numerals and 5-60 cardinals scale. Crown is located at 3.00; it makes easier to transform into a wristwatch (marriage watch).  External measure approx.41,5mm vs. 7mm (height) without the big crown.

For a great project, using a wristwatch case, or to renew your own historical Breguet.

Inscriptions: Breguet – 4265

 

For better description, please see the pictures. Note: the complete watch photo is a mere illustration.

Includes vintage box. The movement was not tested. Provenance: Europe; price of reference complete watch: USD 15 – 25.000

 

Additional Information:

 

Breguet is a luxury watch, clock and jewelry manufacturer founded by Abraham-Louis Breguet in Paris, France in 1775. Since 1999, it has been a subsidiary of the Swiss Swatch Group. Headquartered in L'Abbaye, Switzerland, Breguet is one of the oldest surviving watchmaking brands and a pioneer of numerous watchmaking technologies such as the tourbillon, which was invented by Abraham Breguet in 1801. Abraham Breguet also invented and produced the world's first self-winding watch (the Perpétuelle) in 1780, as well as the world's first wristwatch in 1810 (the Breguet No.2639, for Caroline Bonaparte, Queen of Naples).

Breguet is a highly regarded watch manufacturer. Over the years, notable Breguet patrons and timepieces owners include King George IIIQueen VictoriaAlexandre I of RussiaNapoléon BonaparteEttore BugattiSir Winston ChurchillSergei RachmaninoffGioachino RossiniArthur Rubinstein and so on. In particular, the Breguet & Fils, Paris No. 2667 (1814) pocket watch ranks as one of the world's most expensive watches ever sold at auction, fetching US$4.69 million (4,339,000 CHF) in Geneva on May 14, 2012. The Breguet Sympathique Clock No.128 & 5009 (Duc d'Orléans Breguet Sympathique), on the other hand, currently holds the title of the most expensive Breguet timepiece ever sold at auction, fetching 6.80 million US dollars in New York on December 4, 2012.

Breguet was founded in 1775 by Abraham-Louis Breguet, a Swiss watchmaker born to Huguenot parents in Neuchâtel. He studied watchmaking for ten years under Ferdinand Berthoud and Jean-Antoine Lépine before setting up his own watchmaking business at 51 Quai de l'Horloge on the Île de la Cité in Paris. The dowry that came with his marriage to the daughter of a prosperous French bourgeois provided the backing which allowed him to open his own workshop.

Breguet's connections made during his apprenticeship as a watchmaker and as a student of mathematics helped him to establish his business. Following his introduction to the court, Queen Marie Antoinette grew fascinated by Breguet's unique self-winding watchLouis XVI bought several of his watches. In 1783 the Swedish count Axel Von Fersen, who was the queen's friend and reputed lover, commissioned a watch from Breguet that was to contain every watch complication known at that time as a gift to Marie Antoinette. The result is a Breguet's masterpiece, the Marie-Antoinette pocket watch (Breguet No.160).

The business was a success, and around 1807 Abraham-Louis Breguet took on his son Louis-Antoine as his partner, renaming the firm "Breguet et Fils" (Breguet and Sons). Louis-Antoine took over the firm upon the death of his father in 1823. After Louis-Antoine retired in 1833 (he died in 1858) the business was passed to Abraham-Louis' grandson Louis Clément Francois (1804–1883).

Abraham-Louis' great-grandson Louis Antoine (1851–1882) was the last of the Breguet family to run the business. Although he had two sons and a daughter, they did not enter the business, so the Breguet company hired noted English watchmaker Edward Brown of Clerkenwell to manage the Paris factory. Brown eventually became a partner and, after Breguet's grandson's death, the owner and head of the company. When Brown died in 1895 the firm was taken over by his sons, Edward and Henry. On Edward's retirement in the early 1900s, Henry Brown became the head of the firm.

Breguet watches are often easily recognized for their coin-edge cases, guilloché dials and blue pomme hands (often now referred to as 'Breguet hands').

The following are some of the important inventions of Abraham-Louis Breguet and Breguet company and notable models:

·         In 1780, invented and produced the world's self-winding/automatic watch (the Perpétuelle).

·         In 1783, invented the Gong-spring, laying the foundation for minute repeaters.

·         In 1783, invented the Breguet hands.

·         In 1790, invented the Pare-chute, one of the world's first shock protection systems.

·         In 1795, invented the Breguet overcoil or Breguet spiral, being widely used in watchmaking industry to this day.

·         In 1801, invented tourbillon, balancing the effect of gravity.

·         In 1810, invented and produced the world's first wristwatch (Breguet No. 2639).

·         In 1929, created the world's first (possibly) perpetual calendar movement for wristwatches (Breguet No. 2516).

·         In 2010, patented the magnetic pivot, used to improve watch precision using magnetism.

·         In 2010, introduced the magnetic strike governor.

·         On May 14, 2012, a Breguet pocket watch, the Breguet & Fils, Paris No.2667, was sold in Christie's Geneva auction with a final price of 4.69 million US dollars (CHF 4,339,000).

·         On May 14, 2012, a Breguet pocket watch, the Breguet, Paris, No.4111, was sold in Christie's Geneva auction with a final price of 2.75 million US dollars (CHF 2,547,000).

·         On December 4, 2012, the Breguet Sympathique Clock No.128 & 5009 (Duc d'Orléans Breguet Sympathique, owned by Ferdinand Philippe, Duke of Orléans) was auctioned by Sotheby's for 6.8025 million US dollars in New York, making it the most expensive Breguet timepiece ever sold at auction. The clock was auctioned by Sotheby's for the first time in 1999, fetching a record-breaking US$5,777,500 in New York, after the shutdown of the celebrated Time Museum in Rockford, Illinois.

·         On May 16, 2016, a Breguet pocket watch, the Breguet & Fils, No.217, was sold in Christie's Geneva auction with a final price of 3.33 million US dollars (CHF 3,245,000).

In 1783, an admirer of Marie Antoinette, the Queen of France, commissioned a watch from Abraham-Louis Breguet as a gift for the Queen. The requirement was that the watch should be "as spectacular as possible, incorporating the fullest range of horological expertise known at the time".[19][55] There was no time deadline or financial limit with the commission.

The final product was the Breguet No.160 grand complication (Marie-Antoinette pocket watch). However, the watch was only finished in 1827, 34 years after the death of the Queen during French Revolution, and 4 years after the death of Abraham-Louis Breguet (the watch was eventually completed by the son of Abraham Breguet). In total, it took 44 years to make the watch.

The watch had been kept in the Museum for Islamic Art in Jerusalem until it was stolen in 1983. In 2007, the watch was eventually recovered and returned to the museum.

 

 

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 Audemars Piguet, A. Lange & Sohne, Bell & Ross, Blancpain, Breguet, Cartier, Chopard, Cuervos y Sobrinos, Glashute, IWC, Jaeager Le coulter, JeanRichard, Longines, Mido, Montblanc, Panerai, Parmigiani, Piaget, Prada, Roger Dubuis, Seiko, Ulysse Nardin, Vacheron Constantin, Vulcain

 

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