12 May 2008
Harry Winston. An 18K gold self-winding double retrograde perpetual calendar wristwatch with phases of the moon
Signed Harry Winston, Automatic, No. 009, case no. 01030028, circa 2000
With nickel-finished lever movement, 35 jewels, the textured cream dial with applied baton numerals, two arched sectors for retrograde day and date, two U-shaped sectors at 12 and 6 for month combined with leap year indication and phases of the moon, in circular case with flat bezel, U-shaped flexible lugs, snap on back, 18K gold Harry Winston deployant clasp, case and movement signed
38 mm. diam.
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Accompanied by Harry Winston original fitted blue leather presentation box with electrical winding device, inscribed Harry Winston The Perpetual Calendar No. 009 and outer packaging.
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