29 May 2008
ALAIN SILBERSTEIN, "KRONOMARINE RATTRAPANTE AUTOMATIQUE"
UNUSUAL, ULRA-THICK, PVD-COATED STAINLESS STEEL SELF-WINDING SPLIT-SECOND CHRONOGRAPH CHRONOMETRE BRACELET WATCH WITH DATE DISPLAY, LIMITED EDITION OF 100 PIECES
NO. 029/100, CIRCA 1995
Calibre 12 3/4''', 27 jewels, perforated gold rotor, the black dial with luminescent applied hour markers, outer one-fifth minute divisions, multicoloured and shaped hands, two subrings for small seconds and the date, white subdial for minute counter, in three-part case with rotatable bezel, screw-down transparent back, two chronograph pushers in the band, split-second hand at 7, triangular crown, PVD-coated steel Silberstein bracelet, case, dial and movement signed
Diameter: 40 mm.
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