F. P. JOURNE.  A FINE AND RARE LIMITED EDITION PLATINUM WANDERING HOUR TORTUE WRISTWATCH
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F. P. JOURNE. A FINE AND RARE LIMITED EDITION PLATINUM WANDERING HOUR TORTUE WRISTWATCH

SIGNED F. P. JOURNE, VAGABONDAGE, INVENIT ET FECIT, NO. 14/69V, CIRCA 2005

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F. P. JOURNE. A FINE AND RARE LIMITED EDITION PLATINUM WANDERING HOUR TORTUE WRISTWATCH
SIGNED F. P. JOURNE, VAGABONDAGE, INVENIT ET FECIT, NO. 14/69V, CIRCA 2005
Cal. 18k pink gold movement, twin barrels, 19 jewels, special anchor-escapement, flat spring balance visibile through an aperture to center of dial, gray revolving dial, Arabic numerals, wandering hour indication, tortue-shaped case, sapphire crystal display back secured by four screws, case and movement signed, 18k white gold F. P. Journe deployant clasp
43mm length
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Prospective purchasers are advised that several countries prohibit the importation of property containing materials from endangered species, including but not limited to coral, ivory and tortoiseshell. Accordingly, prospective purchasers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulations prior to bidding if they intend to import this lot into another country.

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Accompanied by a F. P. Journe Certificate dated November 2005. Further accompanied by a F. P. Journe wooden presentation box, polishing cloth and outer packaging.

The certificate confirms the watch was made in a limited number of 69 timepieces with the Vagabondes hour also known as wandering hour. The total prodution was 66 examples in platinum and 3 unique timepieces in each of the three gold metals.

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