Gerald Genta 18k Yellow Gold Automatic Perp. Calendar, Moonphase c.1990 (22225 Gerald Genta 18k Yellow Gold Automatic Perp. Calendar, Moonphase c.1990 (22225 Up for sale is a Gerald Genta (Ref G2644.4) 18k Yellow Gold Automatic Perpetual Calendar, Moonphase, c.1990. Signed, round, 18k yellow gold polished case no. 30156 measures 33mm and includes a distinctive stepped bezel, quick set buttons at the 2, 4, 8, and 10 o’clock positions, and cabochon set crown. Signed, silvered dial indicates month and leap year at 3 o’clock, the date at 6 o’clock, the day at 9 o’clock, and the moon phase at 12 o’clock. Dial features gold sword hands well as the 3 registers. Intricate automatic movement with 35 jewels. Cal. 2203. Burgundy leather Gerald Genta strap with 18k gold buckle measures approx. 250 mm. Signed case, dial, and movement. In superb condition Inventory no. 22225 Shipping Shipping cost We ship everywhere the sector. Please message us to get a quote for full value, next day air shipping on your location. We only ship Monday thru Thursdays. Package should be signed for. Delivery time: We don’t ship until payment has been cleared. This on a regular basis take 2 to 3 business days Payment We accept the next payment methods: Bank wire: Notification of bank details might be messaged after item is won PayPal: We accept PayPal as much as $10,000 We don’t accept bank card payments over eBay presently. Please contact us when you’ve got any questions. Service Tax: Customers from New York are chargeable for the 8.875% NYC sales tax. Returns: J & P Timepieces accepts returns provided that the watch isn’t as described or not running accurately. All other sales are final. Up to date additions About Us: J&P Timepieces is owned by Jeff Morris and Peter Fossner, hence J & P. Mr. Fossner has been within the watch business, both in Europe and USA, for the reason that early 1970’s. Mr Morris met Peter Fossner at a Sotheby’s watch auction in January, 1980, and they’ve been participating ever since selling fine watches. J & P is a member of the next watch and trade organizations: The International Watch and Jewelry Guild (IWJG), National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors (NAWCC) in addition to being widely known suppliers to the entire major auction houses including Sotheby’s, Christy’s and Antiquorum. All original markings at the watch including serial numbers are intact. International customers are welcomed and encouraged. Thank you for reading about this auction.