29 November 2007
FRANCK MULLER. AN EXTREMELY RARE AND HIGHLY COMPLICATED PLATINUM AND DIAMOND-SET DOUBLE DIAL TWO TIME ZONE PERPETUAL CALENDAR SPLIT SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH TOURBILLON WRISTWATCH WITH PHASES OF THE MOON AND RETROGRADE EQUATION OF TIME
SIGNED FRANCK MULLER, GENEVE, MODEL "THE CALIBRE 95", NO. 1, 1995
With highly decorative and engraved skeletonised gilt-finished jewelled lever movement, the skeletonised dial with luminous blued steel hands, visible three-arm one minute tourbillon carriage with mono-metallic compensation balance, the reverse with a second silvered dial with blued steel square numerals and minute track on brushed silvered chapter ring, blued steel Breguet hands, five subsidiary dials indicating day, date, phases of the moon combined with 30 minutes register, 24 hour indication and leap year cycle, two retrograde sectors for equation of time and temperature of the mechanism, in circular case with tapered baguette-cut diamond-set bezel on one side, three chronograph buttons in the band and crown, together with a platinum Franck Muller buckle, case, dial and movement signed
38 mm. diam.
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Accompanied by a Franck Muller presentation box with outer packaging.
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