16 June 2010
This lot is offered without a reserve
CORUM. A STAINLESS STEEL AUTOMATIC CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH DATE
SIGNED CORUM, CERTIFIED CHRONOMETER, ADMIRAL'S CUP COMPETITION, CASE NO. 2107612, REF. 01.0007, CIRCA 2008
Nickel-finished lever movement, black dial, Arabic 1/5th seconds ring with luminescent accents, red chronograph hand with Corum logo counter weight, outer raised hour ring with polychrome enameled nautical pennant numerals, luminescent hands, three engine-turned subsidiary dials for 30 minute and 12 hour registers, compass-style subsidiary, date apertures between the 4 and 5 o'clock, dodecahedral-shaped water-resistant-type case, two rectangular chronograph button together with screw down crown with black vulcanized rubber protection, screw back, case, dial and movement signed, stainless steel Corum double deployant clasp and rubber strap
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Accompanied by a Corum International Warranty dated June 8, 2006, leather presentation box, leather envelope, product literature and outer packging.
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