Cool! Thanks! What's the power reserve? [nt]

Dec 01, 2019,02:05 AM

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And look what I found with the help of my clock dealer in Amsterdam ...Thank you John !

 By: Horology75 : December 1st, 2019-01:13
Perpetual Calendar Table device .. ...  

Yes it is a perpetual movement set until 2100 .

 By: Horology75 : December 1st, 2019-02:04
32 jewels Ap signed movement . Gilt brass casing . Pics from Royal Oak anniversary book ...  

Very nice! But unless it's different from the earlier version a friend once had, it doesn't have a power supply--no spring--it has to be manually advanced...

 By: Emil Wojcik : December 1st, 2019-11:04
...every day by pushing the button on top. Even if this is true, it's still an amazing piece and one I've wanted for the past 20 years. Congratulations!

It’s a manual desk calendar, NO movement inside.

 By: Koen S. : December 3rd, 2019-15:05
You need to push/turn the crown/button on top each day by yourself. Then the QP will jump a day further. Nice catch.

Wow masive cool Horology75 [nt]

 By: Gelato Monster : December 1st, 2019-02:46

Thank you sir ! [nt]

 By: Horology75 : December 1st, 2019-02:49

Thanks Fabr [nt]

 By: Horology75 : December 1st, 2019-04:57


 By: Jurry : December 1st, 2019-04:05
There is a clock dealer in Amsterdam? Could you be so kind to pm name and address?


 By: Jurry : December 1st, 2019-06:22
WhatsApp plus bitcoin even better

Nice way to keep current in the office or bedroom...........

 By: vicunaman1 : December 1st, 2019-06:06
Very unusual desk clock.

Wonderful score! Congrats!!

 By: MichaelC : December 1st, 2019-06:47
AP has some great clocks and trinkets out there.