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Longines yellow gold (18k) wristwatchSizes: L ouverte 167mm l=23mmWeight (K): 0.026kgCondition: at first glance - good

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Rare Mido "Ettore Bugatti" 18k yellow gold wristwatch,

Lot 6833 Details

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Rare Mido "Ettore Bugatti" 18k yellow gold wristwatch, 200740, circa 1925


Dial: silvered, textured, radiator grill design, gilt hands, marked Mido,
Movement: Mido 15 jewels, (3) adjustments, Swiss made, manual wind, stem wind, stem set, movement number 4108,
Case: in the form of a Bugatti stirrup radiator, red enameled EB badge, wire lugs, hinged back, 35 X 24.3 mm, inside marked Mido 72 750 200740, Depose, C, French owl hallmark in two places,
Band: burgundy stitched leather, permanent on closed wire lugs, gold buckle marked 9CI. Signed on movement case and dial Mido. Note: dial has been refinished, crown and hands have been replaced, small chip on top left shoulder of EB emblem, see Clars condition report for further details.
Mido records confirm that the first of the four series of Bugatti watches they produced, was a batch of 54 pieces with serial numbers 200736-200789 inclusive, produced in 1925-26. Then three later series, two in gold and one in silver, were produced between 1929 and 1932, and were each of twelve pieces. Of the 90 watches produced, fewer than 20 examples are believed to have survived to the present day. These watches were commissioned by Ettore Bugatti from Mido and given as gifts to his racing drivers and later to principal members of his factory staff.
Provenance: Property from the estate of Thomas J. Perkins, San Francisco, and Belvedere, CA

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Rare Mido "Ettore Bugatti" 18k yellow gold wristwatch,

Estimate $6,000 - $9,000
Sep 18, 2016
Starting Price $3,000
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6833: Rare Mido "Ettore Bugatti" 18k yellow gold wristwatch,

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Est. $6,000 - $9,000Starting Price $3,000
576 Sept. 18 Art, Furniture, Jewelry, Asian
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Lot 6833 Details

Description
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Rare Mido "Ettore Bugatti" 18k yellow gold wristwatch, 200740, circa 1925


Dial: silvered, textured, radiator grill design, gilt hands, marked Mido,
Movement: Mido 15 jewels, (3) adjustments, Swiss made, manual wind, stem wind, stem set, movement number 4108,
Case: in the form of a Bugatti stirrup radiator, red enameled EB badge, wire lugs, hinged back, 35 X 24.3 mm, inside marked Mido 72 750 200740, Depose, C, French owl hallmark in two places,
Band: burgundy stitched leather, permanent on closed wire lugs, gold buckle marked 9CI. Signed on movement case and dial Mido. Note: dial has been refinished, crown and hands have been replaced, small chip on top left shoulder of EB emblem, see Clars condition report for further details.
Mido records confirm that the first of the four series of Bugatti watches they produced, was a batch of 54 pieces with serial numbers 200736-200789 inclusive, produced in 1925-26. Then three later series, two in gold and one in silver, were produced between 1929 and 1932, and were each of twelve pieces. Of the 90 watches produced, fewer than 20 examples are believed to have survived to the present day. These watches were commissioned by Ettore Bugatti from Mido and given as gifts to his racing drivers and later to principal members of his factory staff.
Provenance: Property from the estate of Thomas J. Perkins, San Francisco, and Belvedere, CA

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