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Monaco Legend Group is focusing, in this Autumn Auction Catalogue, to offer a variety of beautiful timepieces where the winning point has to be the combination between rarity, quality and price.
180 Patek Philippe Extremely Rare and Attractive “amagnetic” Wristwatch in White Gold, Reference 3420, Accompained by Extract from the Archives
Estimate: € 10,000 – 20,000
Sold € 12,610
Case Material: White gold
Bracelet Material: Leather strap
Case N°: 431688
Movement N°: 733399
Dimensions: 34 mm
Signed: Case, dial, movement
Accessories: Extract from the Archives
In 1958 was presented to the world the first Antimagnetic watch, mass-produced by the Swiss Polish brand, known as reference 3417 available solely in stainless steel. The lot offered here is a precious example of another Antimagnetic, the reference 3420, that was commenced only one year after first one. The case is totally in white gold, with a three-body composition, concave lugs and snap-on case back: its conditions are very nice with sharp edges and no evident signs on the carrure. The matte silver has applied gold baton indexes, subsidiary seconds dial, conserved in charming conditions, sees the designation “Antimagnetic” noted on the dial, not always present on such dials. The caliber is the manual 27-AM 400, stamped twice with the seal of Geneva quality mark. With Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch in white gold in 1965 and its subsequent sale on 25 November 1965.