31 May 2007
CORUM. A RARE LIMITED EDITION 18K GOLD DODECAHEDRAL AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH WITH CENTRE SECONDS, DATE AND TIDE INDICATION
SIGNED CORUM, MODEL "ADMIRAL'S CUP MAREES", NO. 18/100, case no. 557861, REF. 277.828.56, CIRCA 1998
With nickel-finished jewelled lever movement, rotor with polychrome enamelled mermaid, the white dial with applied luminous dot numerals, luminous hands, centre seconds, window for date, three subsidiary dials indicating strength of the tides in relation to phases of the moon at 12, height of the tides at 9 and time of the tides at 6, the heavy dodecahedral case with polychrome enamelled nautical pennants on bezel, glazed display back secured by six screws, together with an 18k gold Corum buckle, case, dial and movement signed
40 mm. wide
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This watch is accompanied by a Corum Certificate and Guarantee Certificate.
This watch is number 18 of a limited edition of 100 examples produced.
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