12 April 2006
This lot is offered without a reserve
GERALD GENTA. A STAINLESS STEEL AND RUBBER AUTOMATIC JUMP HOUR WRISTWATCH WITH CENTER SECONDS AND RETROGRADE MINUTES
Signed Gerald Genta, "Retro Sport", Case No. 92585, Ref. G.3694, circa 1998
With nickel-finished lever movement, black textured dial with rubber chapter ring, aperture for jump hours with luminescent Arabic numerals, retrograde sector for minutes with luminescent Arabic numerals with single luminescent hand, circular water-resistant-type case with coin-edged band and rubber bezel, case, dial and movement signed, with stainless steel Gerald Genta buckle
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