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

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Geneva

Chs. Ad. Montandon, Locle
A VERY FINE GOLD HUNTING CASED ONE-MINUTE TOURBILLON WATCH WITH PIVOTED DETENT CHRONOMETER ESCAPEMENT CIRCA 1865, NO. 18643
Movement: nickel movement with decorative sunray patterned engraving, pivoted detent escapement mounted on a one minute tourbillon carriage with polished steel arms, gold train and escape wheel, bi-metallic compensation balance, 18 jewels, some jewels carried in screwed gold chatons, fusee and chain, signed and numbered Chs. Ad. Montandon, Locle, no. 18643
Dial: white enamel, Roman numerals, outer minute ring, large sunken subsidiary seconds, blued steel moon hands, signed Chs. Ad. Montandon, Locle
Case: 18ct gold, engine-turned covers, the front centre with a blank cartouche, screwed down bezel, plain polished gold cuvette with apertures for winding and handset, milled band, cuvette numbered 18642, inside case back numbered 18643
diameter 57mm
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Provenance

Antiquorum Geneva, 24 March 1985, lot 285

Literature

Rheinhard Meis, Das Tourbillon, 1986, p.350

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

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Geneva