12 October 2006
Graham. A Stainless Steel Automatic Chronograph Wristwatch with Date
Signed Graham, "Aeroflyback Chronograph", No. 248, Circa 2002
With nickel-finished lever movement, 28 jewels, glucydur balance, adjusted to 5 positions, silvered matte dial with applied triangular numerals, aperture for date at six o'clock, two subsidiary dials indicating constant seconds and 30 minute register, large water-resistant-type case with concave brushed bezel and down-turned lugs, screw-down crown, the back secured by six screws, case, dial and movement signed, with stainless steel Graham buckle.
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Accompanied by Graham cardboard slipcase, wood and leather-covered presentation box and certificate.
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