Up for grabs is a Patek Philippe pocket watch
Reference 600 in solid 18k yellow gold, the size is 43.5mm
A very well preserved and all original and historically important example.
As confirmed by Patek Extract of Archives, the watch was manufactured in 1932, making it one of the earlier known examples.
The sector dial is also confirmed by extract as silvered with applied gold numerals.
The condition of the case is evidently unpolished.
The dial is a very well preserved sector dial with applied 3-6-12 and very well preserved signature. The dial shows some signs of aging, but not refinished, shows no signs of being cleaned or washed. The dagger hands also remain in beautiful condition.
The movement is original and confirmed by extract of archives cal. 17. The watch winds and runs, but there is no service history known.
The caseback, often personalized on these watches with engravings, remains sterile on outside and seemingly unpolished. Inside is stamped with correct hallmarks and serial number.
The watch is accompanied by physical copy of Extract of Archives recently obtained from Patek.
No box or papers.