29 May 2008
ULYSSE NARDIN, "1846 CHRONOMETER"
18K GOLD SELF-WINDING CHRONOMETER WRISTWATCH WITH SMALL SECONDS, POWER-RESERVE INDICATION AND ENAMEL DIAL, LIMITED EDITION OF 250 PIECES TO CELEBRATE THE 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF ULYSSE NARDIN
NO. 228/250, MANUFACTURED IN 1996
Calibre UN26, 28 jewels, the white enamel dial with painted Roman numerals, outer minute track, small seconds, power-reserve indication at 12, in three-part case, brushed and polished, ribbed bezel, engraved back fastened by six screws, inscribed plaque in the band with the production number, 18k gold UN buckle, case, dial and movement signed
Diameter: 38 mm.
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Accompanied by Ulysse Nardin certificates.
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