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Auction Name: 2019 December 10 Watches & Fine Timepieces Signature Auction - New York, NY

Lot Number: 54111

Shortcut to Lot: HA.com/5422-54111

Patek Philippe & Co., Very Rare Pocket Watch With Regulator Dial, Chronograph With Central Minute Recording Hand, 18k Gold, No. 65214, Circa 1882
Case: 52 mm, 18k rose gold, four body, plain, gold cuvette engraved "Made to order for M. Scooler, 105 Canal St. New Orleans La. by Patek Philippe & Co. Geneva", 65214
Dial: enamel, sunk subsidiary dials for the hours and constant seconds, outer minute track and 1/5th second divisions with Arabic numerals at the five minutes, blued steel hands
Movement: nickel bridge movement No. 65214, straight line lever escapement with counter-poised pallet fork, wolf's tooth winding, bi-metallic compensated balance with micrometric regulator, swan's neck spring, center sweep seconds activated from a button through the winding crown, start/stop and reset function to the chronograph and to the constant motion central minute recording hand, hour and minute hand setting from the crown
Signed: case and movement signed Patek Philippe & Co. Geneva, dial and cuvette signed M. Schooler New Orleans, 125.8 grams gross weight

This exceptionally rare and probably unique timepiece is accompanied by the Extract from the Archives stating date of manufacturer as 1882 and date of sale August 20th, 1883


Condition Report*: Type: Patek Philippe & Co., Very Rare Pocket Watch With Regulator Dial, Chronograph With Central Minute Recording Hand, 18k Gold, No. 65214, Circa 1882
Dial: enamel, sunk subsidiary dials for the hours and constant seconds, outer minute track and 1/5th second divisions with Arabic numerals at the five minutes
Hands: blued steel hands
Metal: 18k rose gold
Gram Weight: 125.8 grams gross weight
Case: #65214
Case Info: four body, plain, gold cuvette engraved "Made to order for M. Scooler, 105 Canal St. New Orleans La. by Patek Philippe & Co. Geneva
Case Width: 52 mm
Crystal: glass
Watch Movement: nickel bridge movement No. 65214, straight line lever escapement with counter-poised pallet fork, wolf's tooth winding, bi-metallic compensated balance with micrometric regulator, swan's neck spring, center sweep seconds activated from a button through the winding crown, start/stop and reset function to the chronograph and to the constant motion central minute recording hand, hour and minute hand setting from the crown
Condition: This extremely rare and unique timepiece is in excellent overall condition. The case has good hinges, good original crown and bow, visible export mark on the pendant and sharp engraving on the cuvette. Typical light handling surface scratches on the exterior. The dial presents in very good condition. Some excess glue on the glass crystal near the 15 minute area, The movement is running and the chronograph and minute recording function are working. The center seconds is sluggish when being reset. Servicing is recommended for time keeping and function accuracy.
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