Switzerland, circa 1987
Manual movement, caliber 215, 18 jewels, No. 1811154; hours, minutes, seconds
White enamel dial with printed black Roman numeral hour-markers, constant seconds subdial; Black Feuille and black Obelisque hands
18kt Yellow Gold case, with hobnail bezel, crown, and snap-on caseback
Patek Philippe Black alligator leather strap with Patek Philippe 18kt Yellow Gold pin buckle
Hallmarked on the caseback and buckle
Case No. 2847450
Case Diameter: 33mm
Very good condition with minor traces of wear; Overhaul recommended, at buyer's expense
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