10 June 2009
A. LANGE AND SÖHNE. AN 18K GOLD WRISTWATCH WITH POWER RESERVE
SIGNED A. LANGE & SÖHNE, GLASHÜTTE I/SA, 1815 MODEL, MOVEMENT NO. 20636, CASE NO. 130719, CIRCA 2001
Cal. L942.1 nickel-finished lever movement, 27 jewels, mono-metallic balance, micrometer regulator, silvered matte dial, Arabic numerals, eccentric power reserve at 8 o'clock and subsidiary seconds at 4 o'clock, circular case, sapphire-crystal display back secured by six screws, case, dial and movement signed, 18k gold A. Lange & Söhne buckle
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Accompanied by a A. Lange & Söhne Guarantee dated December 7, 2001, a Wempe Guarantee dated December 7, 2001, leather presentation box, instruction booklet and outer packaging.
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