12 October 2006
BREGUET. A TITANIUM AUTOMATIC CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH DATE AND BRACELET
Signed Breguet, Type XX. "Transatlantique", No. 40610, Ref. 3820, circa 1998
With nickel-finished lever movement, textured black anthracite dial with luminescent Arabic numerals, aperture for date at six o'clock, three subsidiary dials indicating constant seconds, hour and 30 minute registers, large circular water-resistant-type case with rotating bezel calibrated for 60 minutes and coin-edged band, screw back, chronograph function operated by two round buttons in the band, case, dial and movement signed, with a titanium Breguet link bracelet and deployant clasp
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Accompanied by Breguet cardboard slipcase, presentation box, certificate and instruction manual.
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