London, South Kensington
29 June 2006
Philip Zepter. An 18ct Gold Automatic Chronograph Wristwatch with date indication
signed Philip Zepter, Monte-Carlo, Saltarello, no 25, circa 2000
Nickel movement with monometallic balance, brushed blue dial with white Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, with recording sectors for 30 minute and 12 hour register, magnified date indication, in circular case with articulated lugs, snap on back to maker's strap with matching 18ct gold deployant clasp, together with maker's box with card outer, case, dial and movement signed
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