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Masterworks of Time: Adolf Lange, The Golden Era of Glashütte

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Geneva

Charles Oudin, Paris
A FINE GOLD OPEN-FACED TWO-TRAIN WATCH WITH INDEPENDENT DEAD CENTRE SECONDS, DUAL TIME, THERMOMETER AND DATE NO. 35026, CIRCA 1865
Movement: gilded, lever escapement, separate train for independent jumping centre seconds, bi-metallic compensation balance, signed Ch. Oudin, Paris, Palais Royal 52
Dial: white enamel, three subsidiary dials for date and first and second time zones each with minute ring, sector for thermometer graduated in black for Fahrenheit and red for Centigrade, outer ring for central jumping seconds, signed Ch. Oudin
Case: gold, plain polished covers, rounded bezels, stop slide to independently start/stop centre seconds, pushers either side of pendant for separately adjusting each time zone, polished gold cuvette engraved Ch. Oudin, Horloger de la Marine, 17 Avenue de l'Opéra, Paris, no.35026, case back with maker's mark A.M within oval cartouche, inside back and inside cuvette numbered 6910
diameter 50.5mm
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Provenance

Habsburg Feldman Geneva, 10th April 1988, lot 278

Masterworks of Time: Adolf Lange, The Golden Era of Glashütte

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Geneva