12 December 2008
This lot is offered without a reserve
EBEL. A FINE PLATINUM AUTOMATIC WORLD TIME WRISTWATCH WITH CENTER SECONDS, DATE AND 24 HOURS
SIGNED EBEL, AUTOMATIC, VOYAGER AUTOMATIC, NO. 34700028, CASE NO. 4124913, CIRCA 1995
Nickel-finished lever movement, white matte dial, applied Roman numerals, magnified aperture for date, outer ring calibrated for 24 hours divided into diurnal and nocturnal time, tonneau-shaped case, screw-set bezel, rotating bezel with 22 various world cities, back secured by eight screws, case, dial and movement signed, platinum Ebel deployant clasp
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