London, South Kensington
5 December 2001
A SILVER OPEN FACED KEYLESS POCKET CHRONOMETER
A. Lange & Sohne, Glashutte, B.Dresden, No.64862, circa 1915.
matt silvered dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, frosted gilt movement jewelled to the centre, free sprung bimetallic compensation balance with diamond endstone, blued steel helical balance spring, chronometer escapement with sprung pivoted detent, silver cuvette, engine turned case (No.64862), dial, movement and case signed, 61mm.
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