JAEGER-LECOULTRE. AN IMPORTANT, VERY FINE AND VERY RARE 18K PINK GOLD LIMITED EDITION MINUTE REPEATING WRISTWATCH WITH FLYING TOURBILLON, SKY CHART, DATE, MONTH AND 24 HOUR INDICATION, MADE FOR THE RUSSIAN MARKET
JAEGER-LECOULTRE. AN IMPORTANT, VERY FINE AND VERY RARE 18K PINK GOLD LIMITED EDITION MINUTE REPEATING WRISTWATCH WITH FLYING TOURBILLON, SKY CHART, DATE, MONTH AND 24 HOUR INDICATION, MADE FOR THE RUSSIAN MARKET
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JAEGER-LECOULTRE. AN IMPORTANT, VERY FINE AND VERY RARE 18K PINK GOLD LIMITED EDITION MINUTE REPEATING WRISTWATCH WITH FLYING TOURBILLON, SKY CHART, DATE, MONTH AND 24 HOUR INDICATION, MADE FOR THE RUSSIAN MARKET

SIGNED JAEGER-LECOULTRE, MASTER GRANDE TRADITION GRANDE COMPLICATION MODEL, NO. 8/18, REF. 187.2.46.S, CASE NO. 2'651'071, CIRCA 2011

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JAEGER-LECOULTRE. AN IMPORTANT, VERY FINE AND VERY RARE 18K PINK GOLD LIMITED EDITION MINUTE REPEATING WRISTWATCH WITH FLYING TOURBILLON, SKY CHART, DATE, MONTH AND 24 HOUR INDICATION, MADE FOR THE RUSSIAN MARKET
SIGNED JAEGER-LECOULTRE, MASTER GRANDE TRADITION GRANDE COMPLICATION MODEL, NO. 8/18, REF. 187.2.46.S, CASE NO. 2'651'071, CIRCA 2011
Cal. 945 mechanical movement, 49 jewels, minute repeating on two hammers onto two gongs, the gong heel joined to the sapphire crystal, the dial with revolving blue engine-turned disc with sun indicating the date, month in Cyrillic and Zodiac sign, the flying tourbillon hovering above the revolving blue lacquered disc depicting the sky chart of the northern hemisphere in Cyrillic, inner ring for 24 hour indication, circular case, repeating mechanism operated by slide in the band, glazed display back secured by six screws, 18k pink gold Jaeger-LeCoultre buckle, case, crystal and movement signed
29 mm. wide; overall length of bracelet approximately 180 mm.
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With Greubel Forsey Certificate dated 22 October 2013, undated Certificat de Grand Service, leather wallet, fitted presentation box and outer packaging. Furthermore delivered with Greubel Forsey Extrait du Grand Livre and Certificat de Grand Service. This certificate is valid during six months following the date of acquisition of the watch at Christie's, offering the new order a free servicing of the present watch in Greubel Forsey's workshops, subject to conditions published on the back of the Certificate.

Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey have been working together for nearly 20 years in a relationship founded on their shared technical creativity and quest for perfection.

In 1999 they began working on a new generation of tourbillon specifically designed to improve the timekeeping of the mechanical watch. Four years later they unveiled GREUBEL FORSEY and stunned horological aficionados with their innovative Double Tourbillon 30X, a timepiece clearly demonstrating their twin goals of innovation and excellence.

Robert and Stephen continue to build on their deep traditional knowledge gained with four decades of combined experience in high-end complicated timepieces, by inventing and developing technically valid horological complications to rigorous aesthetic principles.

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