How to get an official certificate
The Breguet Museum provides appraisals of early Breguet designs to the general public while, after physical examination of such pieces, its curators will be available to determine their genuineness and offer related information such as: characteristics, date sold, first owner etc.
· Watch dimensions (diameter, thickness)
· Signature on dial, case, cuvette
· Number on dial, case, cuvette
· Case metal (gold, platinum, silver etc.)
· Case description (gold, silver, enamel etc.) and numerals (Roman, Arabic, Turkish etc.)
· Watch functions: with or without chime
· Additional watch functions: small second, centre second, chronograph, phases of the moon, calendar (day, date, month), power reserve etc.
· Excellent photos of the case, dial and movement