24 April 2008
BREGUET. A LARGE 18K GOLD AUTOMATIC DUAL TIME WRISTWATCH WITH ALARM, DATE AND POWER RESERVE
Signed Breguet, "Le Rèveil du Tsar", No. 1434 Q, Ref. 5707, circa 2005
Cal. 519F nickel-finished lever movement, 38 jewels, mono-metallic balance, adjusted to 5 positions, gold engine-turned rotor, silvered engine-turned dial with polished eccentric chapter ring with Roman numerals, two subsidiary dials indicating the two time zones, aperture for alarm activated by a button in the band at 8 o'clock, two fan-form sectors indicating alarm power reserve and constant seconds, large circular case with coin-edged band, sapphire crystal display back secured by six screws, case, dial and movement signed, with an 18k gold Breguet deployant clasp
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Accompanied by Breguet wood presentation box, leather folder, certificate and instructions.
Please note the correct number of the watch is 1434Q.
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