London, South Kensington
9 April 2003
PAUL PICOT, A STAINLESS STEEL AUTOMATIC CALENDAR SPLIT SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH POWER RESERVE
signed Paul Picot, Chronometer No.129, circa 1995.
self-winding lever movement with hacking seconds and quick date change, 21ct. gold rotor, ball-bearing system, silvered dial with applied dagger markers, four subsidiary dials for seconds, day combined with 30-minute register, date and power reserve, tachymeter scale, two chronograph hands operated by buttons in the band, outer seconds divided into fifths, blued steel hands, case with protected screw down winding crown, glazed back secured by six screws, maker's strap with steel buckle, 42mm.
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