Antiquorum's November 13th auction features a late 19th Century pocket watch with an unusual 24-hour dial. There were a series of these sold as simple watches, many under the marque "Chronometre Gondolo", but I've never seen one with any complications, and this one has basically all of them. To quote from the sale catalogue:
The highlight of the sale is the recently discovered Patek Philippe full 24-hour repeating, quarter and special-type five-minute repeating 24-hours in one revolution pocket watch. This exceptional watch was originally sold to Monsieur E. Hoesch, Villa Barbaia, Mergellina, Naples, on November 27, 1894 for 3750 Swiss Francs. It is a highly important 18K pink gold, keyless pocket watch with perpetual calendar, chronograph, moon phases, and lunar calendar accompanied by the original certificate of origin and Patek Philippe sales receipt.
Estimate: Sfr 200'000- 300'000
The 5 smaller pictures below the main watch are:
- Top row - hour snail and 1/4 hour wheel from the repeater
- Middle - QP plate
- Bottom - repeater mechanism (front of the movement), chronograph and escapement (back of the movement)
For those of slightly less substantial means, Patek currently has a a time-only wristwatch line called the Gondolo. A few years back they released the 5098p, probably the nicest model in that line.