29 November 2007
A.LANGE & SÖHNE. A FINE 18K WHITE GOLD WRISTWATCH WITH DATE AND POWER RESERVE INDICATION
SIGNED A.LANGE & SÖHNE, GLASHÜTTE I/SA, MODEL "LANGE 1", NO. 133123, REF. 101.025, CIRCA 2002
Cal. L 901.0 three-quarter plate nickel-finished lever movement, 53 jewels, screwed gold chatons, mono-metallic balance adjusted in 5 positions, swan-neck micrometer regulator, hand-engraved balance bridge, the navy dial with applied white gold Roman and lozenge-shaped numerals on off-centred time display, white gold alpha hands, subsidiary seconds, sector for power reserve indication, patented outsize date display, in circular case with sloping bezel and downturned lugs, glazed display back secured by six screws, button in the band for rapid date correction, together with a platinum Lange buckle, case, dial and movement signed
38 mm. diam.
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This watch is accompanied by an A.Lange & Söhne presentation box with outer packaging, manual and brochures in leather organiser.
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