Patek Philippe Army Officer's Campaign Watch Man's wristwatch in 18-carat gold or platinum with a mechanical movement and a small seconds hand. Bassine-style case with Louis XV winding crown. Breguet numerals and hands on porcelain-white dial marked with a railway track minute scale. The hinged back cover opens to reveal the dust cover, which is engraved with the movement number and a text commemorating Patek Philippe's 150th anniversary. Special period style gold screw pins hold the strap to the case, and the gold buckle to the strap.
Copies are usually much lighter because of the materials used, e.g. gold-plated brass, nickel, chromium. Cartier watches are set with sapph...
Established in 1830, Baume et Mercier became a sister company of Piaget in the 1960s. Among the few pioneers of traditional Swiss watchmaker...
Poor quality. Improper markings. Absence of an accompanying guarantee card which has been properly executed by an authorised dealer in the...
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