Patek Philippe half-hunting cased pendant pocket watch made circa 1868 with Extract, enamel dial and hours on the front

Patek Philippe half-hunting cased pendant pocket watch made circa 1868 with Extract, enamel dial and hours on the front

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PATEK PHILIPPE HALF-HUNTING CASED PENDANT WATCH WITH EARLY ADRIEN PHILIPPE WINDING SYSTEM Patek Philippe & Co, à Genève, ‘Invention & Exécution’, Made circa 1868. Fine and rare, keyless, 18K yellow gold and enamel lady’s half-hunting cased pendant watch with Adrien Philippe’s first patented stem-wind.
 
Case: Four-body, “bassine”, blue enamel hours on the front half case cover, radial dark blue Roman numerals, the back cover with a gold monogram. Hinged gold cuvette. 
 
Dial: White enamel with radial Roman numerals, outer minute track. Blued steel double spade hands. 
 
Movement: Cal. 10’’’, matte gilt, 8 jewels, cylinder escapement, plain three-arm balance, blued steel fl at balance spring, index regulator. 
 
Cuvette signed. 
 
Diameter: 28 mm.
 
Accompanied by the Extract from the Archives and vintage ED KOEHN box (In 1861, Ed Koehn began working at Patek Philippe, as a mere employee. After 15 years of loyal service, he became Director.)

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