• Movement 
    Automatic
  • Year of manufacture 
    1970
  • Lot number 
    163
  • Diameter 
    44
  • Location

Description

PATEK PHILIPPE SPLIT-SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH FIVE MINUTE-REPEATER ROSE GOLD
Patek Philippe & Cie, Genève, retailed and cased by Tiffany & Co New York No 111854. Made circa 1900.
Very fine and rare, keyless, open face, five minute repeating, 18K rose gold pocket watch with
split-seconds chronograph
Four-body, "bassine", polished, co-axial button in the crown for the start/stop and return-to-zero
chronograph function, curved rectangular pusher on the band for the split-seconds function, locking
bolt at 11 o`clock. Hinged gold cuvette.
White enamel with painted radial Arabic numerals, outer minute divisions, outermost chronograph
track divided into fifths, brown Arabic five minute/seconds numerals. Blued steel spade hands.
16```, nickel plated, fausses côtes decoration, 26 jewels, straight line calibrated lever escapement,
cut-bimetallic compensation balance with gold adjustment screws, blued steel Breguet balance spring,
repeating on gongs activated by a slide in the band.