This is a mint condition 2009 Breguet Ref. 7027 La Tradition that is available for sale at the upcoming Antiquorum auction which takes place June 12, 2012.

The case (No. 4207) is 18k white gold and measures 38 mm in diameter by 12 mm thick. It is polished with a coin-edge band, rounded bezel, white gold screw bars and transparent case back. The dial features a double power reserve indication, small off-center guilloch√© silver dial with radial Roman numerals, retrograde power reserve indication at 11 o’clock, blued steel Breguet hands.

The movement, caliber 507DR, has a sand-blasted finish and is visible from the dial side – a signature feature of the La Tradition collection. The manual wound in-house movement has 34 jewels, a straight-line lever escapement, monometallic balance with 4 regulating screws adjusted in five positions, blued steel parachute shock absorber and self-compensating free-sprung Breguet balance spring.

Considering that this timepiece is: the first of the Breguet La Tradition collection, it has a manufacture quality Breguet movement, a unique dial side movement configuration, an 18k white gold case and it is in excellent condition – the estimate seems low.

Estimate $12,000 – $18,000

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