11 May 2009
This lot is offered without a reserve
Hublot. A lady's stainless steel and gold wristwatch with sweep centre seconds and date
Signed Hublot, Genève, MDM, ref. 1391.2, case no. 227'125, circa 1990
Quartz movement, black dial, sweep centre seconds, window for date, tonneau-shaped stainless steel case, back secured by six screws, screwed pink gold bezel, pink gold crown and hooded lugs, Hublot rubber bracelet and stainless steel and pink gold hidden clasp, case, dial and movement signed
29 mm. wide
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With Hublot original sales tag.
The present watch appears to be in new old stock condition and is still retaining the protective sticker to the back.
This lot is offered without reserve.
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