29 May 2008
ALAIN SILBERSTEIN, "DRAGON SERIES"
STAINLESS STEEL SELF-WINDING WRISTWATCH WITH SWEEP SECONDS, DATE DISPLAY AND ENAMEL DIAL, LIMITED EDITION OF 20 PIECES
NO. 02/20, CIRCA 1995
Calibre ETA 2892A2, 21 jewels, the white enamel dial with a painted yellow dragon, applied hour markers on the mirror-finished flange, red sweep seconds, aperture for the date, in two-part case, cylindrical lugs, screw-down transparent back, triangular crown with enamel inlay, case and display back signed
Diameter: 37 mm.
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