29 May 2008
ULYSSE NARDIN, "PERPETUAL CALENDAR GMT"
950 PLATINUM SELF-WINDING PERPETUAL CALENDAR TWO-TIME-ZONE CHRONOGRAPH CHRONOMETER WRISTWATCH WITH SMALL SECONDS, LIMITED EDITION OF 500 PIECES
REF. 329-80, CIRCA 1995
Calibre UN32, 34 jewels, the textured silvery dial with white gold applied hour markers and outer luminescent indices, arrow hand for the second time zone, engine-turned small seconds, apertures for the date, day, month and leap years, in three-part case, transparent back fastened by six screws, two olive-shaped pushers in the band for hour hand correction, 18k white gold UN deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
Diameter: 38 mm.
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