9 December 2014
Graham. A Limited Edition 18k Pink Gold Automatic Chronograph Wristwatch with Tourbillon
Signed Graham, Tourbillograph, No. 19/25 Ref. 2TWBE, Movement No. G1710, Circa 2011
Cal. G1780 automatic movement, column wheel chronograph, 34 jewels, pierced rotor, one minute tourbillon visible through an aperture in the dial, 48 hour power reserve, black basket weave dial, applied Arabic numerals, two engine-turned subsidiary dials for 12 hour and 30 minute registers, large circular case, basket weave bezel, tachymeter scale, two round chronograph buttons in the band, screw down crown, sapphire crystal display back secured by six screws, 18k Pink Gold Graham buckle, case, dial and movement signed
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Accompanied by a Graham Certificate of Origin, Certificate of Purchase and Guarantee, black Graham presentation box, black leather Graham presentation case, product literature, outer packaging, and Graham tag.
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