Lot 115
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Estimation :
300 - 600 EUR
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Result : 600EUR
Pocket chronograph watch in blackened steel with mechanical movement. - Round steel case, smooth bezel, fluted crown, officer's back. - White enamel dial, Roman numerals and minute track painted in black, Louis hands, small second at 6 o'clock, totalizer of elapsed minutes over 30 minutes at 12 o'clock, central second hand for the right chronograph function. Case and dial signed. Movement: mechanical with manual winding. Movement unsigned Case numbered 4.411.161 (circa 1910) Diameter: 54 mm The Labrador brand was launched by the Brandt brothers in Biel in 1892, as a "tribute" to the anchor escapement caliber designed in 1885. This watch is said to have belonged to Adrienne Bolland, the first woman to have crossed the Andes by air. Expert's note: In the state of the available documents, we cannot corroborate the statements of Joël Duval on this provenance. Condition report : Good general condition, scratches from use and patina on the case, the watch works at the time of the expertise, without guarantee of functioning in time, a revision of use advised.
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