Audemars Piguet Royal Oak (Ref. 14790ST) "Military Dial"
Audemars Piguet first unveiled the Royal Oak in 1972. Designed by Gerald Genta (also known for designing the also famous Patek Philippe Nautilus), when the Royal Oak first became available it was the most expensive steel watch ever made.
The Royal Oak is the perfect balance between utilitarian function and timeless design. The case and bracelet are excellently finished, with angular, beveled and polished edges. The polished screws, bezel, and case edge fantastically-contrast with the brushed surface of the case and bracelet. This would make a stunning addition to any collection and would transition between the most formal of occasions to the most casual of settings!
|Dial||Matte Black "Military Dial"|
|Strap||Audemars Piguet Integrated Bracelet|
The unpolished case retains its original angles and factory AP finishing with minimal signs of previous use. The stainless steel bezel remains unpolished as well with very little signs of use. The original AP integrated bracelet is unpolished like the case, showing no stretch with light signs of use and retains 17 links.
The matte black "military dial" is in factory flawless condition showing no signs of aging or blemishes. The luminova Arabic numerals and markers all remain fully intact without damage. The luminova hands match the dial and remain in factory untouched condition.
None. The watch is keeping time within COSC spec, previous service history is unknown.