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Patek Philippe Repeater Pocket Museum Gold 18k. REF.00785

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Patek Philippe Repeater Pocket Museum Gold 18k. REF.00785

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Detalhes

  • Marca: Patek Philippe
  • Modelo: Repeater Pocket Bolso Museum Gold 18k
  • Número: Sim (movimento e caixa)
  • Gênero:  Masculino
  • Características: de 1853, em otimo estado, com a função repeater. Completo com documentos e proveniência. Relógio de Museu.
  • Caixa: Grande (aprox. 48 mm) , ouro 18 quilates (18k), com a inscrição gravada em várias partes. Todas as partes encaixando perfeitamente , tampa abre a 90 graus; totalmente original. Com gravação interna.
  • Fundo: Original enamel branco, números romanos (I – XII)  e escala de minutos (mais raro!), com subdivisões,  com inscrições em preto, ponteiro separado de segundos (subdial, escala 10-60seg). Inscrito Patek Philippe &  Cie Geneve e demais informaçoes na tampa; cristal em excelente condição.
  • Comentários:   Relógio de 1853,  em ótimo estado, de colecionador. Completo com documentos. Trata-se de relógio cada vez mais cobiçado, agora que o mercado internacional – inclusive asiático – estão mostrando interesse nas poucas peças disponíveis. Assinatura na caixa bem semelhante ao famoso relogio comtemporaneo da Rainha Victoria (v. Foto). Revisado profissionalmente, funcionamento excelente. Proveniência: importante colecionador de Londres. Preço de Referencia: 14000-16000 libras.
  • Acompanha : (outro diferencial da webRelogio) 

 certificado oficial Patek

- recibo (fatura) de compra Antiquário, Londres

- cópia da Revista especial onde essa peça foi publicada, Londres

- box vintage (não assinado)

- Livro PP Minute Repeaters, com a história dos sonnerie da PP,  valor acima de £100 libras

- Livro catalogo PP e revista PP

- Brinde Especial

- Sacola de Luxo PP

 

Nota:  No caso de envio pelo correio, itens como livro e sacola nao acompanham. As fotos são parte da descriçao.     

 

Este relógio foi fabricado em 1850s (conforme documentado), muito importante para a história do PP. Conforme citado por PP na introdução do livro de coleção
"Fundação da empresa":
Em 1851, Jean Adrien Philippe tornou-se um parceiro oficial e a empresa tornou-se“ Patek, Philippe @ Cie - Fabricants a Genève ”. Patek e Philippe tinham apenas um objetivo: projetar e construir "os melhores relógios do mundo" ...Também em 1851, na Grande Exposição de Londres, conquistou a medalha de ouro - a primeira de uma longa série de distinções ... ” 

   

Details

Description:

 

A mid 19th Century Swiss keyless repeating lever by Patek Philippe in a gold full hunter case, 48mm. Keyless gilt bar movement with going barrel, wolfs teeth winding wheels.  Plain cock with polished steel regulator, compensation balance with blue steel overcoil hairspring.  Club foot lever escapement.  Slide quarter repeating on two polished steel gongs.  White enamel dial, subsidiary seconds offset at 10 o'clock, Roman numerals, blue steel Breguet hands. Case with ribbed middle, early type gold winding button.  Signed gold cuvette detailing features of the movement, maker's mark "PM" in a rectangle.  Accompanied by a certificate showing the watch was manufactured in 1853 and sold on February 9th 1854.

Includes:

-Certificate of originality PP

-Vintage pocket box not signed

-London Magazine with this specific item published (see internal photo)

-Invoice from London Antique Shop

-special gift

 

Very rare, from the early years of Patek (historical timepiece). Nice condition, repeater, 18k gold case. Patek Philippe Certificate.

Richly signed– INVENTION BREVETEE (patented)  de  PATEK PHILIPPE & Cie. GENEVE – Echappement a Ancre – Trois levees et Quatorze Trous en Rubis- Balancier Compense + Serial number

• Provenance: Important collector in London; reference price: 14.000-16.000 British Pounds

 

How to Operate the Repeater function: very simple, just slide up the slide on the side of the case up to the pendent till you hear a click and then let go and it will repeat the hours and quarters:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwM4VfUTVd8

 

Additional Information:

 

 NOTE: An incredible early example of a watch with Jean Adrien Philippe's winding work which was patented in 1845.  It was only two years before the company used the name "Patek Philippe et Cie".

This watch was made in 1853 (as documented), a period very important for PP history. As quoted by PP in the collection book introduction, “Founding of the company”:

“...In 1851,  Jean Adrien Philippe was made an official partner, and the company became “Patek, Philippe @ Cie - Fabricants a Genève”. Patek and Philippe had but a single goal: to design and build “the world’s finest watches”... Also in 1851, at the Great Exhibition in London, it carried off the gold medal - the very first in a long series of distinctions...”. From this period,  Queen Victoria received a Repeater (see photo), today part of Patek Phillipe Museum highlights.

 

"...The most successful brand at big auctions: Among watch connoisseurs Patek Philippe is regarded as the leading brand, not least because of the tradition of the company and continuously delivered horological peak performances, for instance in the area of complications. Characteristic of this are the many inventions that have affected the fine watchmaking. From 1845 (modern crown winding) until 1996 (annual calendar) Patek Philippe has been awarded over 70 patents.The watches are not only sold as a consumer items, but also as investments with a very high stability of value. How coveted such highly complicated watches of this renowned manufacturer are, is unmistakably reflected in the auction results: A model chronograph perpetual calendar from 1944 in  steel reached on 12 November 2016 in Geneva a price of more than 11 million USD and so holds the record for the most expensive wristwatch auctioned. The 20 most expensive wristwatches in the world that were ever sold at an auction come exclusively from the house of Patek Philippe, several pocket watches in this list.

Patek Philippe Minute Repeaters - The Book. 2012. Hardcover with Slipcase. “In the realm of haute horlogerie, any mention of minute repeaters is automatically and spontaneously associated with the name Patek Philippe. It is no coincidence that collectors, aficionados, and connoisseurs of complicated watches establish a link between the brand and this extraordinary mechanism. Many good reasons justify it.” The book entitled ‘Minute Repeaters’ traces the history of Patek Philippe striking timepieces from the 19th century to the present. The fantastic journey starts with the origins of chiming watches, describes the challenges involved in crafting them, and immerses us in the hearts of these unique timekeeping instruments. The second part of the book presents in detail a number of legendary Patek Philippe chiming watches, among them the commemorative Calibre 89 and Star Caliber 2000 masterpieces. Recently, Christie´s Hong Kong got another record for a watch, again a Chime PP: 31 million SFr !

 

 

 

Temos outras marcas sob consulta confira:

  
 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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