12 April 2006
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BLANCPAIN. A STAINLESS STEEL AND GOLD TRIPLE CALENDAR WRISTWATCH WITH MOON PHASES AND BRACELET
Signed Blancpain, "1735", No. 349, circa 1995
Cal. F. Piguet 64, with nickel-finished lever movement, glucydur balance, two-tone silvered dial with Roman numerals, apertures for day and month below 12 o'clock, inner ring calibrated for date, fan-form sector for phases and ages of the moon, stainless steel circular water-resistant-type case with gold-rimmed double-stepped bezel, case, dial and movement signed, with stainless steel and gold Blancpain bracelet and deployant clasp
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