31 May 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
CORUM. A STAINLESS STEEL AUTOMATIC DUAL TIME ZONE AND WORLD TIME WRISTWATCH WITH CENTRE SECONDS, DATE AND BRACELET
SIGNED CORUM, MODEL "CLASSICAL GMT", CASE NO. 1681900, REF. 983.201.20, CIRCA 2002
With nickel-finished jewelled lever movement, the engine-turned blue dial with applied baton numerals and the world map, luminous hands, outer 24 hour ring for second time zone with central yellow arrowhead hand, centre seconds, subsidiary dial for date at 6, in circular case with revolving bezel calibrated with names of various world cities, two time change buttons in the ribbed band, glazed display back secured by six screws, together with a stainless steel Corum link bracelet and double deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
44 mm. diam.
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This watch is accompanied by a Corum presentation box with outer packaging, International Warranty dated Decemeber 2003, 3 spare links and adjustment tool.
This lot is offered without reserve. Prospective buyers should be aware that the importation of Rolex watches into the United States is highly restricted. Rolex watches may not be shipped into the USA and can only be imported personally. Generally a buyer may import only one watch into the USA. For further information please contact our specialists in charge of the sale. Please note other countries may have comparable import restrictions for luxury watches.
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