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Lot 41: Panerai Radiomir, Ref. PAM 210, Switzerland, c.2008
26 October 2016
New York, NY, USALive Auction
Panerai Radiomir, Ref. PAM 210
Switzerland, circa 2008
Manual movement, caliber OP X, 17 jewels; hours, minutes
Matte Black dial with indented (sandwich) luminous Arabic numeral and Baton hour-markers; Black luminous Baton hands
Stainless Steel case, crown, and screw-down sapphire caseback
Panerai Brown leather strap with Panerai Stainless Steel pin buckle
Case No. BB 1301742 - K482/500
Case Diameter: 44mm
Good condition with minor traces of wear: case has minor scratches, bezel shows scratches; Overhaul recommended, at buyer's expense
Please be advised that straps or bands made of materials derived from regulated species materials (including lizard, alligator, crocodile, et al) may not be sold with the watches and may be for display purposes only. We reserve the right to remove these straps or bands prior to shipping.
Officine Panerai’s heritage starts in 1860 with Giovanni Panerai, who opened a watchmaker shop in Florence, Italy. Panerai first started supplying precision instruments to the Italian Navy thanks to his own developed low-light luminescent. This also set the stage for one of Panerai’s most well-known collections, the Luminor. It wasn’t until 1993 that these timepieces were made available for commercial sale. Since then, the brand was acquired by Richemont and has developed tremendously, manufacturing a wide range of in-house movements and timepieces that embody the original military style Panerai was known for. Overhaul is recommended at the buyer’s expense. Long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Size and weight may deviate from the manufacturer’s indication. All watches are hand-measured and weighed.
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