29 November 2007
FRANCK MULLER. A VERY RARE, FINE AND AUSPICIOUS SET OF FIVE 18K PINK GOLD AUTOMATIC TWO TIME ZONE CENTRE SECONDS WRISTWATCHES EACH WITH SPECIAL ENAMEL DIALS REPRESENTING CONTINENTS OF THE WORLD
SIGNED FRANCK MULLER, GENEVE, MODEL "CINTRÉE CURVEX", NOS. 88, 98, 108, 118 & 128, REF. NO 5850 WW, CIRCA 1998
Each with cal. 2800 nickel-finished lever movement, 21 jewels, mono-metallic balance, platinum rotor, the multicoloured enamel dials each representing a specific continent, Europe, Asia, Australasia, North and South America and Africa, all on translucent blue enamel on a guilloché background, fancy Arabic numerals, inner silvered 24 hour chapter ring, gold spade hands, serpentine hand for second time, in distinctive curved tonneau-shaped case, back secured by four screws, together with an 18k pink gold Franck Muller buckle, all cases, dials and movements signed
Total length including lugs 45 mm.
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Accompanied by a Franck Muller presentation box with outer packaging and Certificate for each watch.
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