Hotel Richemond, Geneva
18 May 2004
Ebel. An 18K gold tonneau-shaped self-winding perpetual calendar chronograph wristwatch with phases of the moon
Signed Ebel, case no. 8136901, ref. 180, circa 1990
With self-winding jewelled lever movement, the gilt matt dial with applied Roman numerals, recessed tachymetre scale, four subsidiary dials indicating month combined with leap year indicator, day combined with constant seconds, 30 minutes register combined with date, 12 hours register combined with phases of the moon, in massive tonneau-shaped case with screwed bezel, snap on back, two round chronograph buttons in the band, together with an 18K gold Ebel deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
42 mm. wide
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Accompanied by Ebel original fitted wooden presentation box, instruction booklet and outer packaging.
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