3 December 2008,
Price realised HKD 60,000
HKD 40,000 - HKD 55,000
JAEGER-LECOULTRE, "MASTER WORLD GEOGRAPHIC"
STAINLESS STEEL AUTOMATIC WORLD TIME WRISTWATCH WITH DATE DISPLAY AND POWER-RESERVE INDICATION
CASE 2392574, CIRCA 2006
Calibre 936, 38 jewels, satined silvered dial with luminescent indexes and two rotatable discs: the outer disc bearing the names of 24 cites specifying DST or "summer time" where applicable, the inner disc for the diurnal and nocturnal hours, two recessed engine-turned subdials for the date and priority time zone, sector for power-reserve indication, two-part case, display case back fastened by four screws, crown at 2 for the city disc correction, stainless steel JL deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
Diameter: 41.5 mm.
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Accompanied by a Jaeger-LeCoultre presentation box and corrector.
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