“Unique Platinum Radiomir Tourbillon Chronometer” Officine Panerai, Firenze 1860, "Radiomir Tourbillon", Ref. OP 6622. Made in only one example for Antiquorum’s 30th Anniversary, in 2002. Unique and very extremely fine, large, cushion-shaped, water-resistant, platinum gentleman’s wristwatch with visible one-minute tourbillon regulator, a black leather strap and an 18K white gold Panerai deployant clasp. Accompanied by a fitted box and certificate. Three-body, solid, polished, pyramidal bezel, screwed-down transparent case back and winding-crown, wire lugs with screws, domed sapphire crystal. Black with applied Superluminova Arabic numerals and baton indexes, subsidiary seconds dial at 9, aperture for the one-minute tourbillon regulator. Luminous “Bâton" hands. 13 1/4’’’, rhodium plated, 23 jewels, 48-hour power reserve, one-minute tourbillon regulator with lateral lever escapement, black PVD balance adjusted to 5 positions and temperature, shock-absorber, self-compensating flat balance-spring. Dial, case and movement signed. Dim. 42 x 42 mm. Thickness 13.5 mm. To be sold without reserve Notes According to Officine Panerai only three watches have been made by their workshop with tourbillion regulator, the first two using a Girard Perregaux ebauche and the present watch with a movement designed and created entirely in house by their master watchmaker.