12 October 2006
DANIEL ROTH. A LIMITED EDITION 18K WHITE GOLD TONNEAU AUTOMATIC JUMP HOUR WRISTWATCH WITH RETROGRADE MINUTES
Signed Daniel Roth, "Papillon", No. 22/110, circa 1990
With nickel-finished lever movement, glucydur balance, gold engine-turned rotor, gray ridged dial with aperture for jump hours, Arabic numerals on silvered fan-form sector for the minutes, central subsidiary seconds, tonneau case with straight lugs, sapphire crystal display back, case, dial and movement signed, with 18k white gold buckle
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The present watch is number 22 in a limited edition of 110 watches produced by Daniel Roth to commemorate the firm's tenth anniversary.
Please note this watch is now accompanied by a Daniel Roth cardboard slipcase, anniversary presentation box and certificate.
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