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Traditionally women have shown little inclination to buy the kind of mechanically advanced, multi-purposeful pieces on which Swiss manufacturers have built their repute for precision - this sort of engineering needs space and leads to the massive dials which ladies tend to shun for battery-powered, unobtrusive styles.

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The sale smashed the world record for the costliest watch ever offered at auction, which was beforehand held by the same watch. In 1999, it was sold to Sheikh Saud Bin Mohammed Bin Ali Al-Thani of the Qatari royal household, for $11 million.

Description : PATEK PHILIPPE. A VERY WONDERFUL AND UNCOMMON 18K GOLD PERPETUAL CALENDAR CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH PHASES OF THE MOON.SIGNED PATEK PHILIPPE & CO., GENEVE, REF. 1518, MOVEMENT NO. 863'471, CASE NO. 636'426, MANUFACTURED IN 13''' mechanical movement, 23 jewels, the silvered matte dial with utilized gold dot and Arabic numerals, outer railway 5 minute divisions and tachymetre scale, three subsidiary dials indicating fixed seconds, 30 minute register and date combined with phases of the moon, two home windows for day and month in French, round case, snap on back, two rectangular chronograph buttons in the band, 18k gold Patek Philippe buckle, case, dial and movement signed.35 mm. diam.

Jaeger-LeCoultre is at the moment widely regarded as one of the progressive players within the watch making business. Od mniej więcej XIV wieku zaczął się napór Turków na Bałkany. Ofiarami najazdów, podatków, dewszirme i innych takich, padali nie tylko Grecy, ale także ich albańscy i słowiańscy sąsiedzi. Dość powiedzieć, że wspomniane przed chwilą dewszirme to, tak zwany, „podatek krwi” - w praktyce jego „płacenie” polegało na tym, że Turcy odbierali swoim chrześcijańskim poddanym nieletnich chłopców i wychowywali ich na wzorowych, muzułmańskich żołnierzy-janczarów.