10 November 2014
Panerai. A Stainless Steel Diver's Wristwatch with Date, International Guarantee Certificate and box
Signed Panerai, Luminor Submersible, Firenze 1860, ref. OP6561, case no. BB1052180, E0205/2500, circa 2002
Cal. OP III automatic jewelled movement, black dial, luminous Arabic and dot numerals, large skeletonized hands with luminous tips, magnified aperture for date, eccentric subsidiary dial for constant seconds at 9 o'clock, large cushion-shaped water-resistant-type case, circular bezel with raised dot markers, protective bridge with security lever lock, screw back, stainless steel Panerai buckle, case, dial, and movement signed
44 mm diam.
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With Panerai International Guarantee Certificate dated July 2002, spare velcro strap and setting pin. Furthermore delivered with Panerai fitted presentation box and outer packaging.
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