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The Universal Geneve Polerouter was designed in 1954 by the 23-year-old designer Gerald Genta. He later also designed for Patek Philippe (Nautilus), Audemars Piguet (Royal Oak) as well as Rolex and Omega.

What makes this beautiful piece very special is the dial. It has an outer stepped capital ring, recessed hour indices and original Dauphine hands. 

The polar router was introduced in 1954 to coincide with the first commercial flights from Europe to the USA over the North Pole.

The Polerouter "De Luxe" was made in 18 carat red gold with a matching solid gold dial.

 

Rosegold UNIVERSAL "Polerouter"

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  • DESCRIPTION

    UNIVERSAL "Polerouter de Luxe" in rose gold

     

    CASE

    36 mm 18 ct. rose gold case with screwed back

    Dial

    two-tone brown solid gold dial with dauphin hands and central second

    MOVEMENT

    UNIVERSAL automatic cal. 138SS

    FUNCTIONS

    self-winding 

    CONDITION

    perfect original condition​

     

    YEAR

    1956