28 November 2012
ROGER DUBUIS. A LARGE AND RARE 18K PINK GOLD AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL LIMITED EDITION SINGLE BUTTON CHRONOGRAPH TOURBILLON WRISTWATCH WITH DATE AND RETROGRADE REGISTERS
SIGNED ROGER DUBUIS, EXCALIBUR MODEL, NO., REF. EX45 06 5 3.7A, MOVEMENT NO. 006, CIRCA 2008
Cal. RD06 mechanical lever movement stamped with the Geneva seal, 53 jewels, silvered brushed dial, black Roman numerals, one minute tourbillon carriage visible through glazed aperture combined with constant seconds, aperture for date, mother-of-pearl arched sector for retrograde 30 minute and 12 hour registers, large oversized case, hinged crown guard, glazed display back secured by four screws, 18k pink gold Roger Dubuis deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
46 mm. diam.
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With Roger Dubuis Certificate of Origin and Guarantee dated 28 July 2008, Certificate of Origin for the Watch Movement, sales tag, instruction manual, fitted presentation box and outer packaging.
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