F.P. JOURNE | A FINE LIMITED EDITION PLATINUM TONNEAU-FORM SKELETONIZED WRISTWATCH WITH JUMPING MINUTES, HOURS AND POWER RESERVE INDICATION NO 41/69 VAGABONDAGE II CIRCA 2008
240,000 - 400,000 HKD
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- A FINE LIMITED EDITION PLATINUM TONNEAU-FORM SKELETONIZED WRISTWATCH WITH JUMPING MINUTES, HOURS AND POWER RESERVE INDICATION NO 41/69 VAGABONDAGE II CIRCA 2008
• cal. 1509 manual winding pink gold movement, 31 jewels • skeletonized dial displaying the disks of time, apertures for jumping minutes and hours, subsidiary dial for constant seconds, fan-form sector for power reserve indication • platinum tonneau-form case, sapphire crystal display back secured by 4 screws • case and movement signed • with an 18k white gold F.P. Journe folding clasp
Accompanied by a F.P. Journe certificate, 4 extra leather straps and presentation box. The Vagabondage was named for the wandering original digital time display and special flat bezel tortue shape unique to the model from Journe. The original Vagabondage, housed in a 36 mm case was launched as a unique edition for charity and later in a limited series due to the overwhelming demand by collectors. The long awaited and highly anticipated Vagabondage 2 was released in an edition of either platinum or rose gold with only 69 example of each manufactured. Retaining similar design aspect of the original the updated version was increased in size to 37.5 mm and featured an 18k pink gold movement visible through the smoked glass dial, in keeping with the Vagabondage tradition the dial is not signed and no publicity was launched for the model with demand lead by word of mouth from collectors.