Panerai

PANERAI

Ref. PAM 00254
WOT ID: 28286

Ref. PAM 00254, Table Clock, quartz, box and paper, 2017

PANERAI

Ref. PAM 00255
WOT ID: 28452

Ref. PAM 00255, Wall Clock Pendulette Murale Teak, quartz, box and paper, 2007

PANERAI

Ref. PAM 610
WOT ID: 29946

Radiomir, Ref. PAM 610, 8 Days, steel, manual wind, box and paper, unworn, 2020

PANERAI

Ref. PAM 504
WOT ID: 24350

Radiomir, Ref. PAM 504, Composite
3 Days, manual wind, box and paper, 2014

PANERAI

Ref. PAM 376
WOT ID: 17199

Radiomir, Ref. PAM 376, Special Edition 2011
Radiomir 3 Days oro bianco, white-gold, manual wind, box and paper, unworn, Limited edition, 2013

PANERAI

Ref. PAM 346
WOT ID: 29635

Radiomir, Ref. PAM 346, 8 Days, titanium, manual wind, box and paper, 2013

PANERAI

Ref. PAM 387
WOT ID: 29833

Radiomir, Ref. PAM 387, Special Edition, Limited to 10 pieces, platinum, manual wind, box and paper, 2012

PANERAI

Ref. PAM 341
WOT ID: 29962

Radiomir, Ref. PAM 341, Special Edition 2009
Radiomir Egiziano, titanium, manual wind, box and paper, Limited edition, 2012

PANERAI

Ref. PAM 309
WOT ID: 22239

Radiomir, Ref. PAM 309, Special Edition of 100 Base Minerva 16-17., titanium, manual wind, box and paper, Limited edition, 2009

PANERAI

Ref. PAM 232
WOT ID: 23081

Radiomir, Ref. PAM 232, 1938
Special Edition 2006, steel, manual wind, box and paper, Limited edition, 2007

PANERAI

Ref. PAM 268
WOT ID: 25132

Radiomir, Ref. PAM 268, 8 Days, steel, manual wind, box and paper, 2007

PANERAI

Ref. PAM 214
WOT ID: 28449

Radiomir, Ref. PAM 214, steel, chronograph, rattrapante, box and paper, Limited edition, 2007

PANERAI

Ref. Pam 067
WOT ID: 29902

Radiomir, Ref. Pam 067, Zerograph, white-gold, manual wind, chronograph, box and paper, Limited edition, 2003

PANERAI

Ref. GPF 2/56
WOT ID: 24105

Radiomir, Ref. GPF 2/56, Radiomir Egiziano super rare, steel, manual wind, 1956

PANERAI

Ref. PAM 00662
WOT ID: 26799

Radiomir 1940, Ref. PAM 00662, 3 Days, steel, manual wind, box and paper, unworn, 2016

About Panerai watches
Officine Panerai was established by the Italian Giovanni Panerai in Florence. Painerai’s production is in Switzerland. Since 1997 the luxury watchmaking business is part of the Richemont Group. The naming of the business – Officine Panerai – was only distinguished and determined by Panerai’s great-grandson Guido Panerai. Several patents in the areas of watchmaking and optics followed. In a collaboration with Rolex, Panerai developed diving watches for the Italian navy, which met all requirements for combat divers.
This collaboration was kept confidential; however, it is assumed that about 2000 watches have been produced. In the mid-1990s 1000 pieces of this series were produced for the open market and became a most sought-after model for collectors. Officine Panerai used the luminous substance Radiomir for their watches numbers and hands up until the 1950s. Later this substance was rated as radioactive and thus critical and was replaced by Luminor.