24 April 2008
CHOPARD. A LIMITED EDITION 18K GOLD 8-DAY WRISTWATCH WITH DATE AND POWER RESERVE
SIGNED CHOPARD, NO. 129/1860, MOVEMENT NO. 1000945, CASE NO. 948965, REF. 16/1863, CIRCA 2000
Cal. 1.98 nickel-finished lever movement, 39 jewels, glucydur balance, micrometer regulator, adjusted to heat, cold, isochronism and 5 positions, silvered engine-turned dial with polished chapter ring with applied dagger numerals, subsidiary dial for date, fan-form sector for 8-day power reserve, circular water-resistant-type case, the sapphire crystal display back secured by eight screws, case, dial and movement signed, with an 18k gold Chopard buckle
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Accompanied by Chopard cardboard slipcase, wood box, certificate and informational pamphlets.
The present watch represents number 129 in a limited series of 1860 pieces produced by Chopard to commemorate their inaugural year.
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