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Piaget Ultrathin Perpetual Calendar Moonphase 18k YG Ref 15958

Discussion in '2011-2017 Other' started by cchen, Oct 10, 2016.

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  1. cchen

    cchen Senior member

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    Selling a piece from the collection that I love but doesn't get enough wrist time. Here's a nice article from Christie's about this reference. A very classic, elegant dress watch

    http://www.christies.com/features/Piaget-15958-Triple-Calendar-Yellow-Gold-Deconstructed-5932-1.aspx

    Mine is the more rare variant in with champagne/gold dial
    Watch only
    Circa 1990's
    18k YG case with 18k YG Piaget buckle
    Automatic movement, no service history but working without any issues
    Measures 33.5mm without the crown, 8mm thickness
    Comes on a custom stitchless glossy black crocodile strap, only worn twice

    Tremendous value for the level of complication!!

    Asking $4500 net to me. Shipping at cost or F2F in NYC/London
     
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    I assume the last picture is the closest in terms of color?
     
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    cchen Senior member

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    The second is more accurate. Depends on the lighting
     
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