16 November 2009
This lot is offered without a reserve
TAG Heuer. A lot of two stainless steel automatic wristwatches with sweep centre seconds, date and bracelet
Signed TAG Heuer, Chronometer, Officially Certified, 200 meters, ref. WL 5111, case and movement no. 114'301, and ref. WH 5111-K1, case and movement no. 109'645, circa 1999 and 2001
Both cal. ETA 2892 A2 nickel-finished lever movements, 21 jewels, one black, one two-tone silvered dial, luminous numerals and hands, sweep centre seconds, windows for date, tonneau-shaped water-resistant cases, revolving bezels calibrated for 60 minutes, screw backs, stainless steel TAG Heuer bracelets with deployant clasps, both cases, dials and movements signed
37 mm. and 39 mm. diams. (2)
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With TAG Heuer International Guarantee Cards dated 4 June 1999 and 3 March 2001, Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres (C.O.S.C) Certificates numbered 5'249'981 and 5'179'403, instruction booklets, fitted presentation boxes and outer packagings.
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