16 June 2010
ULYSSE NARDIN. A FINE AND RARE LIMITED EDITION PLATINUM AUTOMATIC DUAL TIME ASTRONOMICAL WRISTWATCH
SIGNED ULYSSE NARDIN,, NO. 76/99, TELLURIUM JOHANNES KEPLER MODEL, REF. 889-99 CIRCA 1995
Cal. UN 87 finely engraved nickel-finished lever movement, 64 jewels, engraved and pierced rotor depicting Ulysse Nardin's logo, blue dial with outer ring indicating months and the Zodiacs, inner rotating cloisonné polychrome enamel map of the continents together with outer 24 hour ring for the second time zone, moon indicator rotating around the earth in real time, solar and lunar eclipse indication, dragon head and tail hand indicating month and Zodiac signs, flexible spring bending from the Tropic of Cancer to the Tropic of Capricorn to reveal the part of the earth lit by the sun and indication of time and location of sunrise and sunset, circular water-resistant-type case with inlaid blue enamel Roman and Arabic numerals, sapphire crystal display back, case, dial and movement signed, platinum Ulysse Nardin buckle
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Accompanied by a Ulysse Nardin, Certificate of Limited Edition, wooden presentation box, leather envelope, product literature, polish cloth and outer packaging.
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