3 December 2008
A. LANGE & SÖHNE, "DATOGRAPH"
PINK GOLD MANUAL-WINDING FLYBACK CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH DATE DISPLAY
CASE 167078, CIRCA 2006
Calibre L951.1, Glashüte three-quarter plate in untreated silver, hand-finished, 40 jewels, screwed gold chatons, matte silvered dial with pink gold applied numerals and hour markers with luminescent squares, outer tachymetric scale, two recessed engine-turned subdials for small seconds and precisely jumping minute counter, apertures for the patented outsize date display, three-part case in 18k pink gold, display case back fastened by six screws, pusher in the band for rapid date correction, 18k pink gold Lange buckle, case, dial and movement signed
Diameter: 39 mm.
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