28 November 2012
F.P. JOURNE. A FINE AND RARE PLATINUM AND DIAMOND-SET AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH WITH POWER RESERVE, MOON PHASES AND DATE
SIGNED F.P. JOURNE, INVENIT ET FECIT, OCTA DIVINE MODEL, NO. 079-04D, CIRCA 2007
Cal. 1300-2 automatic jewelled lever movement, pavé-set diamond dial, silvered engine-turned chapter ring, black Arabic numerals, pavé-set subsidiary seconds, aperture for date, fan-form power reserve indication, window for moon phases, circular case, pavé-set diamond bezel and lugs, glazed display back secured by four screws, platinum and pavé-set diamond F.P. Journe buckle, case, dial and movement signed
36 mm. diam.
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With F.P. Journe Certificate of Authenticity dated 20 March 2007, additional strap, polishing cloth, instruction manual, fitted presentation box and outer packaging.
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