Lot 4104

Ca. Ø49mm, ca. 83g, 18K gold, engine turned, hunting case à-goutte, case and movement with matching number 7114, spring lid with very fine engraved coat of arms, dome numbered and inscribed: 'Invention Brevetée de Patek Philippe & Co. a Geneve', technically very interesting, very early Patek Philippe precision lever movement with 1st version of the crown winding invented by Adrien Philippe (French patent no. 1317 of April the 22nd, 1845), wolf's toothing, extraordinary large and very special moustache compensation lever with ring-shaped ends, very beautifully preserved screwed enamel dial with unusual position of the seconds at '8', filigree Breguet steel hands, movement intact, case with signs of use and age, technically and historically highly interesting Patek Philippe collector's watch.