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Audemars Piguet. Montre bracelet en or jaune 18K (750) mouvement automatique Audemars Piguet. An 18K gold automatic wristwatch   Star Wheel, Ref 25720BA , Circa 1990 image 1
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Audemars Piguet. Montre bracelet en or jaune 18K (750) mouvement automatique
Audemars Piguet. An 18K gold automatic wristwatch Star Wheel, Ref: 25720BA , Circa 1990
2 February 2023, 10:00 CET
Paris, The Grand Palais Éphémère

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Audemars Piguet. Montre bracelet en or jaune 18K (750) mouvement automatique

Audemars Piguet. An 18K gold automatic wristwatch
Model: Star Wheel
Reference: 25720BA
Date: Circa 1990
Movement: 33-jewel Cal.2124 automatic, adjusted to heat, cold, isochronism and 5 positions, No.375715
Dial: Foliate engraved gold sector with white minute chapter between 10 and 2, hour graduation on three rotating translucent sapphire discs with printed Arabic numerals
Case: Brushed and polished round, screw down exhibition case back, No.D11385
Strap/Bracelet: Blue alligator leather
Buckle/Clasp: Signed 18K gold buckle
Signed: Case, dial & movement
Size: 36mm
Weight: 54,08g

Footnotes

Inspired by a 17th-century papal clock, the Star Wheel was unusual and, produced in small numbers, was never expected to rival the Royal Oak for popularity. It never came close to it, either, and was discontinued within five years of its launch. However, the brand's unique take on the wandering-hours display kept showing up sporadically in its more unusual lines, usually produced in limited numbers, all the way until 2000, the year the Le Brassus watchmakers celebrated 125 years of business.

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