12 November 2007
Longines. A fine and large 18K gold hunter case minute repeating triple calendar chronograph keyless lever watch with phases of the moon, wooden box, spare dial and crystal
Signed Longines, No. 48852, circa 1920
Cal. 18''' nickel-finished lever movement, 31 jewels, bimetallic compensation balance, minute repeating on two polished steel hammers, glazed dust cover, gold cuvette, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, gold Louis XVI hands, aperture for the month, three subsidiary dials indicating day, date and phases of the moon combined with constant seconds, in plain circular case with stepped bezel and rim, repeating slide in the band, chronograph button in the crown, case and cuvette signed and numbered
60 mm. diam.
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Accompanied by Longines wooden presentation box designed to trigger the repeating mechanism while the watch is in the case by sliding a lever in the band, spare white enamel dial, crystal, wheel and springs.
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