29 May 2008
This lot is offered without a reserve
DANIEL ROTH, "NUMERO 458"
STAINLESS STEEL SELF-WINDING CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH DATE DISPLAY
Calibre 400, 31 jewels, the guilloched golden-yellow dial with painted Roman numerals and luminescent indices on a plain reserve, blued steel fléche hands, three subdials for small seconds, minute and hour counters, aperture for the date, in two-part case, transparent back fastened by four screws, two chronograph pushers in the band, screw-down crown, stainless steel Daniel Roth buckle, case, dial and movement signed
Dimensions: 38 x 45 mm.
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