29 May 2008
FRANCK MULLER, "PERPETUEL CALENDER CHRONOGRAPHE"
EXTREMELY FINE AND RARE, 950 PLATINUM MANUAL-WINDING PERPETUAL CALENDAR CHRONOGRAPH DOUBLE-DIALLED WRISTWATCH WITH EQUATION OF TIME, RETROGRADE MONTH, MOON-PHASE DISPLAY AND 24-HOUR INDICATION
NO. 1, CIRCA 1998
Calibre 13''', jewelled, the opaline-silvery dial with applied blued steel pyramidal hour makers on a brushed steel periphery, four subdials with engine-turned chapters for day with 24-hour display, date and leap years, engine-turned subdial for moon-phases, arched sector for the retrograde month and equation of time, the reverse with pulsometric, telemetric and tachymetric scales, in three-part case, two chronograph pushers in the band, 950 platinum FM buckle, case, dial and movement signed
Diameter: 39 mm.
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