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Patek Philippe Very Rare and Unusual Manual Wind Amagnetic Demonstration Movement set Within an Aluminum Display Case with Display Box, c.1965

Inventory #: 21590
Model #:
Movement: Mechanical, Movement# 733805
Case: Brushed Rectangular Aluminum Display Case with Round Glazed Apertures on Both Sides to Reveal Front and Back of Movement
Case Size: 50x10mm
Dial: Skeletonized Dial Displaying Movement with Polished Gilt Lace Hands and Subsidiary Constant Seconds
Bracelet:
Condition: Excellent Vintage Condition

Price: $7,200

Item Sold

Up For Sale is a Patek Philippe Very Rare and Unusual Manual Wind Amagnetic Demonstration Movement set Within an Aluminum Display Case with Display Box, c.1965.  The Case is Brushed Rectangular Aluminum Display Case with Round Glazed Apertures on Both Sides to Reveal Front and Back of Movement Measuring 50x10mm.  The Dial is Skeletonized, Displaying the Movement with Polished Gilt Lace Hands and Subsidiary Constant Seconds.  Mechanical Movement, Movement# 733805.  In Excellent Vintage Condition.  The Demonstration Movement is Accompanied by a Fitted Patek Philippe Display Box.  Inventory# 21590 Patek Philippe first introduced the Amagnetic movement in 1958.  To signify this they added AM to the calibre number and on the dials of the calibre 3417 wrote in large cursive script Amagnetic.  This has become a much sought after model combining the usual classic aesthetics we are used to from Patek Philippe with the scientific invention that we are used to from ‘tool’ watch manufacturers. To show the concept and beauty of this movement Patek produced exhibition examples of which this is a fine example in its original fitted presentation box.  These would have been used by retailers and Patek representatives of which this is a fine example clearly exhibiting the attention and care Patek Philippe took over their movements.