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Girard Perregaux, 38mm "Ferrari Chronographe à Rattrapante" Split seconds Ref.9015 auto Limited Production in 18KWG

Girard Perregaux, 38mm "Ferrari Chronographe à Rattrapante" Split seconds Ref.9015 auto Limited Production in 18KWG
Con/4776-GP
Model Ref: 
9015
Year: 
2000+
Gender: 
Gents
S$9,900.00
Status: 
Available for Order

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About This Watch

Pre-owned. Comes with orig. GP box only & no papers. This handsome watch belongs to part of a large private collection for many years and is only put up for sale now for the first time since early 2000 while we sold a yellow gold version of this for the same owner last year. This watch bears a double digit serial number 40 which is engraved on the back cover while the Ferrari horse & characters are stamped and black enamelled onto the solid gold back. This was one of the most complicated chronograph of it's time by GP in the late 1990s and only a limited numbers were made. It is further engraved on the back "série limitée numérotée" & although not a limited edition, it is a limited production model.

This gorgeous Girard Perregaux Chronographe à Rattrapante was produced under contract with Ferrari SpA. The contract lasted for ten years from 1994 to 2004 and had a short stint with Panerai but is now with Hublot. Somehow, collectors have found this collection by Girard Perregaux to be more appealling.

The watch is also fitted with a desirable solid gold deployant buckle that's worth several thousands to replace while the original alligator strap is in relatively good condition.

The case has been polished & is in very good condition. We don't have the service history and it works well as it is now but we would recommend that you have the agent to look after it for a long term ownership.

We have priced this watch very well for you as there's not many split-seconds chronograph in a solid gold case with deployant buckle for under S$10K today and this watch has the added halo of the official Ferrari branding which will certainly attract automotive fans.

Further 3% discount for cash payment & no GST from us.

Watch Details

Movement Mech. auto winding & signed
Dimensions 38mm X 45mm X 14.5mm
Glass Sapphire crystal
Case Polished 18KWG chronograph with brushed bezel & a solid back secured by screws. Black enamelled Ferrari Cavallino & characters. Signed crown & round pushers
Dial Silvered with applied gold faceted hour batons with 3 sunken counters. Black logo & signed with min & sec divisions. Red Arabic minutes
Straps Fitted with orig. black alligator L/strap & signed 18KWG deployant buckle
Hands Yellow gold dauphine style with blued steel hands
Functions Automatic, time & stopwatch with split-seconds function
Warranty Consignment item, sold "as is" without our warranty & watch is working fine
Location Marina Square Shopping Mall, Singapore #02-332B, Tel: +65 6334 2221

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