Famous Faces, Watch Auction For Charity
LOT 54
UNIVERSAL GENEVE "Senna" Chronometer Officially Certified, No. 41, Ref. 198.310. Donated by Donald J. Tramp and Universal Geneve
18K yellow gold, water-resistant to 200 m., self-winding gentleman's wristwatch with day and date, round button chronograph, registers and tachometer. The crocodile leather strap bears a gilt stainless steel deployant clasp and buckle. The case is satin-finished with articulated hooded lugs, the back is screw-type and bears the "Senna" logo. The dial is in matte silver with tritiumcoated Arabic numerals, auxiliary dials for the seconds and the 30 minutes and 12 hours registers, apertures for the day and the date. The bezel bears the tachometer graduation to 400 units per hour. High quality mechanical movement with automatic winding. This series has been produced in a limited edition. With fitted box and certificate. Diam. 42 mm. Retail value: $12,155
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Famous Faces, Watch Auction For Charity
24-02-1999
Sold:
6,000 USD