12 April 2006
SVEND ANDERSEN. A UNIQUE 18K WHITE GOLD DUAL CROWN WORLD TIME WRISTWATCH
Signed Svend Andersen, Movement signed Synchron, Piéce Unique, No. 1/4, circa 1985
With nickel-finished lever movement, 17 jewels, glucydur balance, gray matte dial with applied disc numerals, revolving inner ring calibrated for 24 hours divided into diurnal (white) and nocturnal (gray) hours, outer white ring calibrated for cities of the world, circular water-resistant-type case with coin-edged band and personalized inscription, dial signed Svend Andersen, movement signed for Synchron, case numbered 141701 and 914171, with 18k white gold buckle
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The inscription on the reverse of this case details that the present watch was especially made as a unique piece.
Please note that this watch also features an alarm.
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