29 May 2008
GLASHÜTTE, "SENATOR CHRONOGRAPH"
STAINLESS STEEL MANUAL-WINDING CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH , LIMITED EDITION OF 100 PIECES, MADE IN 2005 TO CELEBRATE THE CENTENARY OF WEMPE CHRONOMETERWERKE
NO. 058/100, MANUFACTURED IN 2005
Calibre GU49-10 three-quarter plate movement, 45 jewels, screwed gold chatons, the silvery dial with applied baton hour markers, techymetric scale on the flange, two engine-turned subdials for small seconds and minute counter, in three-part case, back fastened by five screws, two chronograph pushers in the band, stainless steel Glashütte deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
Diameter: 34 mm.
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