3 December 2008
F.P.JOURNE, "OCTA RÉSERVE DE MARCHE"
PLATINUM AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH WITH POWER-RESERVE INDICATION AND DATE DISPLAY
NO. 640-A, CIRCA 2007
Calibre 1300-2, plates and bridges in 18k pink gold, 30 jewels, 4-arm balance with inertial adjustment, matte white gold dial, time display and small seconds in guilloched silver subdials secured by polished steel rings, sector for power-reserve indication, aperture for the date, three-part case, display case back fastened by six screws, platinum F.P.Journe buckle, case, dial and movement signed
Diameter: 40 mm.
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Accompanied by F.P.Journe presentation box and certificate.
The estimates of the present watch should read as follows:
HKD 120,000-180,000 USD 15,000-23,000 EUR 12,000-17,000
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