12 May 2008
Jules Jürgensen. A fine 18K white gold skeletonized openface keyless lever dress watch with original certificate and box
Signed Jules Jürgensen, Ested. Copenhagen 1740, no. 118'106, manufactured in 1937
With nickel-finished lever movement stamped twice with the Geneva seal, 18 jewels, bimetallic compensation balance, the skeletonized dial with blued steel hands, in circular case with engraved and inlaid black enamel Roman numerals to the bezel, glazed snap on back, movement signed and numbered
44 mm. diam.
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Accompanied by Jules Jürgensen original certificate dated 1937 and original fitted presentation box with gilt coat-of-arms depicting a bird on a branch surmounted by a five prong crown to the cover.
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