14 November 2016
This lot is offered without a reserve
Movado. An attractive 14K gold chronograph wristwatch with Breguet numerals
Signed Movado, ref. 49038, case no. A102375, circa 1950
MOVEMENT: manual, stamped M.X.I, metal dust cover, 17 jewels
DIAL: silvered white, applied Breguet numerals, dauphine hands, red chronographic hands, outer railway red Arabic five minutes combined with fifth of a second divisions, three sunken engine-turned subsidiary dials for constant seconds, 30 minutes and 12 hours registers
CASE: 18K gold, water-resistant-type, faceted lugs, stepped bezel, screw back engraved “”C.C.B., 4.13.56”, two round chronograph buttons in the band, 35 mm. diam.
SIGNED: case, dial and movement
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With its playful red accents, highly sought-after Breguet numerals and water-resistant case construction, the present piece is an outstanding example of mid-century chronograph wristwatch.
This lot is offered without reserve.On lots marked with an + in the catalogue, VAT will be charged at 8% on both the premium as well as the hammer price.
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