Details
Circa: 1921
Movement: Manual, Cal. 17'''
Dial: Silvered
Case: 18k gold, snap on back, 50mm diam.
Signed: Case, dial and movement signed
Accompanied By: A Tiffany & Co. instructions paper, a Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch movement in 1921, and its date of sale on March 30, 1960

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From the Family of the Original Owner
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Lot Essay

Fresh to the market, this outstanding pocket watch represents a discovery of one of the rarest complicated watches ever produced by Patek Philippe. A very small number of this reference were ever been produced.

The reference 699 was produced from 1939 to at least 1964. Different dial versions were available and with a 48mm diameter case. The present ref. 699-2J displays a sought after "window" or "American Calendar" display, of which only five have ever been identified.



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