28 November 2012
PANERAI. A RARE AND LARGE STAINLESS STEEL LIMITED EDITION LEFT-HANDED WRISTWATCH
SIGNED PANERAI, LUMINOR MARINA MILITARE MODEL, NO. H0832/1000, REF. OP 6645, PAM00217, CASE NO. BB 1164250, MANUFACTURED IN 2005
Cal. OP XI mechanical lever movement, 17 jewels, black matte dial, luminous Arabic and baton numerals, subsidiary seconds, large cushion-shaped water-resistant-type case, crown protective bridge with lever lock, screw back, large stainless steel Panerai buckle, case, dial and movement signed
47 mm. diam.
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With Officine Panerai International Guarantee Certificate dated 3 January 2006, additional leather strap, screwdriver, instruction manual, product literature, fitted presentation box and outer packaging.
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