The Mists of TimeDate: Jun 12, 2014,23:29 PM - (view entire thread)
Lucky you to have this old design.
Alas, in those days, as a small family firm with small batches of production of many variations (usually dials), not a lot of emphasis was placed on recording model numbers or names. Watches were simple described like 'round gents yellow gold 38mm diameter'.
In this case, the Piaget Polo style allows identification as a member of that Polo range but not any more detail.
Thanks for sharing real 'footage' as they say.
- Main Post: Historical research into Piaget Polo: The Missing One MTF : July 9th, 2009-09:09
- Visually striking and aesthetically pleasing design that cleverly blends . . . Dr No : July 9th, 2009-12:47
- Great photos and thanks for the detailed information... Dino944 : August 5th, 2010-07:59
- A true treasure, from the days when substance ruled supreme over packaging... Ornatus-Mundi : November 8th, 2013-14:53
- Pictures of my Piaget Polo AUTOMATIC (NOT QUARTZ!) par72su18 : January 23rd, 2012-16:09
- Awesome! I wonder how this watch wears on the wrist, really! [nt] Ornatus-Mundi : November 8th, 2013-14:51
- The Missing One: informations received from PIAGET CH ! par72su18 : January 24th, 2012-07:03