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    Ferdinand Berthoud, Rare and Important Chronomètre Certified COSC, Constant Force Regulation With Fusee And Chain Transmission And Tourbillon, Ref. FB 1R.6-1, Limited Edition No. 02/20
    Case: 44 mm, carburized stainless steel, three body, octagonal, transparent case back, two sapphire portholes in the case sides for viewing the barrel and fusee cone, No. 1083
    Dial: rhodium-plated nickel silver with hand-applied vertical satin brushing, recessed polished steel power reserve mechanism, curved aperture for the hours with Arabic numerals, silver minute ring with blued steel hand, gold center seconds, outer second divisions on a silver band, signed "Chronomètre Val-de-Travers" at the base
    Movement: caliber FB-T.FC.R, 49 jewels, 53 hour power reserve, one minute tourbillon with center seconds directly driven by the tourbillon cage, suspended fusee with chain, "hanging" mainspring barrel, constant force regulation
    Band: black alligator band, FB marked carburized steel folding buckle
    Signed: Ferdinand Berthoud No. 02/20

    Property of a Distinguished International Collector

    This timepiece is accompanied by the Certificate of Origin, Chronometer Certificate, outer packaging, octagonal presentation box in metal and wood featuring a gimbaled mount for the timepiece, leather travel pouch, hand held loupe and hang tag.




    Condition Report*: Type: Ferdinand Berthoud, Rare and Important Chronomètre Certified COSC, Constant Force Regulation With Fusee And Chain Transmission And Tourbillon, Ref. FB 1R.6-1, Limited Edition No. 02/20
    Dial: rhodium-plated nickel silver with hand-applied vertical satin brushing, recessed polished steel power reserve mechanism, curved aperture for the hours with Arabic numerals, silver minute ring with blued steel hand, gold center seconds, outer second divisions on a silver band, signed "Chronomètre Val-de-Travers" at the base
    Metal: carburized stainless steel
    Case: #No. 1083
    Case Info: three body, octagonal, transparent case back, two sapphire portholes in the case sides for viewing the barrel and fusee cone
    Case Width: 44 mm
    Case Thickness: 13.95 mm
    Crystal: sapphires
    Watch Movement: caliber FB-T.FC.R, 49 jewels, 53 hour power reserve, one minute tourbillon with center seconds directly driven by the tourbillon cage, suspended fusee with chain, "hanging" mainspring barrel, constant force regulation
    Band: black alligator band, FB marked carburized steel folding buckle
    Condition: This timepiece presents in like new condition. Movement runs and sets as it should. Heritage does not guarantee timekeeping accuracy. We always recommend servicing for daily use and timekeeping accuracy.
    *Heritage Auctions strongly encourages in-person inspection of items by the bidder. Statements by Heritage regarding the condition of objects are for guidance only and should not be relied upon as statements of fact, and do not constitute a representation, warranty, or assumption of liability by Heritage. All lots offered are sold "AS IS".

    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    November, 2021
    17th Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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