AUDEMARS PIGUET WATCH
WITH 7 COMPLICATIONS
Audemars Piguet, retailed by A. Eppner & Co., Silberg-Breslau,
Praezisions-Uhr, No. 30. Made circa 1910.
Extremely fine and rare, 18K rose gold, minute-repeating,
half-hunting-cased, keyless, pocket watch with Chronograph,
perpetual calendar, phases of the moon and lunar calendar.
Four-body, "bassine et filets", massive, polished, the front
cover with glazed aperture and radial black Roman numerals,
the back cover with finely engraved full coat of arms, the
interior of the back with engraved dedication, push button
for the chronograph at 12. Hinged gold cuvette.
White enamel, Arabic numerals, outer minute track,
outermost chronograph divisions with fifths of a second
divisions and Arabic five second/minute numerals, four
subsidiary dials for days of the week, date, months concentric
with leap year indication, seconds and aperture for the
phases of the moon, lunar calendar on the edge. Gold Louis
43 mm. 19''', matte gilt, 31 jewels, counterpoised
straight-line lever escapement, cut bimetallic compensation
balance with gold temperature and platinum meantime
adjustment screws, blued steel Breguet balance spring with
overcoil, swan-neck micrometer regulator, repeating on
gongs activated by a slide on the band.