12 November 2007
Vacheron Constantin. A very fine platinum skeletonized chronograph wristwatch
Signed Vacheron Constantin, ref. 47102, movement no. 812'553, case no. 636'301, manufactured in 1995
Cal. 13''' finely engraved nickel-finished lever movement, 21 jewels, the finely engraved skeletonized dial with baton numerals on outer white chapter ring, two subsidiary dials indicating constant seconds and 30 minutes register, in circular case with stepped bezel, the glazed back secured by four screws, two rectangular chronograph buttons in the band, platinum Vacheron Constantin buckle, case, dial and movement signed
38 mm. diam.
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Accompanied by Vacheron Constantin International Warranty dated 28 December 1995, fitted wooden presentation box and outer packaging.
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