Rare Girard Perregaux Gyromatic - Observatory Chronometer watch in 14K gold filled | Laurent Fine Watches
  • Rare Girard Perregaux Gyromatic - Observatory Chronometer watch<br>in 14K gold filled
  • Rare Girard Perregaux Gyromatic - Observatory Chronometer watch<br>in 14K gold filled
  • Rare Girard Perregaux Gyromatic - Observatory Chronometer watch<br>in 14K gold filled
  • Rare Girard Perregaux Gyromatic - Observatory Chronometer watch<br>in 14K gold filled
  • Rare Girard Perregaux Gyromatic - Observatory Chronometer watch<br>in 14K gold filled
  • Rare Girard Perregaux Gyromatic - Observatory Chronometer watch<br>in 14K gold filled
  • Rare Girard Perregaux Gyromatic - Observatory Chronometer watch<br>in 14K gold filled
  • Rare Girard Perregaux Gyromatic - Observatory Chronometer watch<br>in 14K gold filled

Rare Girard Perregaux Gyromatic - Observatory Chronometer watch in 14K gold filled

Brand:Girard Perregaux
Model:Gyromatic – Observatory Chronometer
Year:1960’s
Material:14K Gold filled
Size - diameter excluding winding crown:33mm
Size - length including lugs:37mm
Condition:Good
Price:Sold

Rare Girard Perregaux Gyromatic - Observatory Chronometer watch in 14K gold filled

Rare Girard Perregaux Gyromatic – Observatory Chronometer with light gray dial and gold batons for hours. Below the name comes “Observatory Chronometer” and at 6 o’clock “Gyromatic”. The hands are in gold with “thin Dauphine” shape. The window for the date is at 3 o’clock. It is a “Swiss” model. The crown comes with the GP logo. It is a 14K gold-filled back case. The watch has an automatic movement with caliber 32A and 39 jewels. The watch comes with a brown lizard strap. A collectible timepiece.

History

The story of the company started in 1791 with Jean-Francois Bautte who made his first watches. Later on, Mr. J. D. Moulinier became his partner. In 1897, Felipe Hecht became owner. In 1906, his son Juan Hetch, handed over the luxury company to Constant Girard-Gallet. The latter was heir to a watch company founded by Constant Girard in La Chaux de Fonds in 1850, which took its name Girard Perregaux from its owner’s marriage to Marie Perregaux. In 1889, the company won 13 gold medals and testimonials. Then, the company went through tumultuous times and owners. The company came with a famous watch called the Olimpico and then the Gyromatic in 1957. The company offers a large range of exclusive calibers and complications under the management of Luigi Macaluso and the Sowind Group.

Technical details

Girard-Perregaux automatic movement with sweep second and caliber 32A with 39 jewels, 36,000 A/h and 40 hours of power reserve.

Measurements

Diameter excluding winding crown: 33mm
Length including lugs: 37mm

Price: Sold