14 December 2010
PANERAI. A FINE LIMITED EDITION STAINLESS STEEL CUSHION AUTOMATIC SPLIT-SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH DIVER'S WRISTWATCH WITH JUMP 1/8TH SECONDS
SIGNED OFFICINE PANERAI, RADIOMIR, 1/8TH SECONDS, I111/300, NO. BB1212435, CASE NO. OP 6673, CIRCA 2006
Cal. OPXXI nickel-finished lever movement, 40 jewels, black matte dial, luminescent Arabic and baton numerals, luminescent hands, outer calibrated tachometer scale, two subsidiary dials for 30 minute register and 1/8th jump seconds, cushion-shaped water-resistant-type case, split-seconds chronograph operated through the crown and two round buttons in the band, wire lugs, sapphire crystal display screw back, case, dial and movement signed, stainless steel Panerai double deployant clasp
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Accompanied by a Officine Panerai Internation Guarantee dated December 18, 2007, Certificate confirming the present watch is number 111 of 300 examples, wooden presentation box, product literature, box key and outer packaging.
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