29 November 2007
ULYSSE NARDIN. A FINE 18K GOLD OPENFACE SPLIT SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH KEYLESS LEVER POCKET WATCH
SIGNED ULYSSE NARDIN, LOCLE & GENEVE, NO. 13189, CIRCA 1910
With nickel-finished jewelled lever movement, bi-metallic compensation balance, under gold cuvette, the white enamel dial with Breguet numerals, outer five minute divisions, blued steel hands, two subsidiary dials for constant seconds and 30 minute register, the plain case with enamelled initials to the back, split seconds chronograph mechanism operated by a button in the band and one in the crown, case, dial and movement signed
55 mm. diam.
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