A. Lange & Sohne 109.032 Lange 1 Moonphase, Red Gold


$ 28,500


  • Gender: Unisex
  • Type: Watch
  • Brand: A. Lange & Sohne
  • Model: 6060

Location : Scottsdale, Arizona, 85260

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Condition: pre-owned, in mint condition. Box & papers: with box, papers & stylus. Reference: 109.032 Movement: mechanical with manual winding; Lange Caliber L901.5; 54 jewels; 21,600 vph; 3/4 plate of cross-laminated German Silver; twin mainsprings; hand-blued screws; plates and bridges hand-beveled and with Glashutte ribbing. Functions: hours, minutes, subsidiary seconds (with zero reset); patented large date; power reserve indication; synodic moon phase. Unlike most moon phase watches, the Lange's moon phase is continuously driven by the hour wheel and doesn't advance just once or twice a day. Also unlike most other moon phase movements, the per day error in the moon phase is only 57 seconds compared to the 44 minutes 3 seconds in other moon phase movements; a 0.002% error. This means that the Lange 1 Moon Phase will run for 122.6 years before the moon phase is a full day in error; other movements have to be corrected every 2 years. Case: in 18 karat red gold, polished and brushed finish; 38.5 x 10.5 mm (excl. lugs & crown); flat sapphire crystal; red gold crown with logo; back secured by 6 screws, with sapphire exhibition window. Water-resistant. Dial: solid silver, matte finish; applied red gold Roman numerals and markers on the offset time dial; printed minute track with luminous dots on the hours; red gold frame around the date window; luminous red gold Alpha hands. Indications: power reserve indication at 3; moon phase and subsidiary seconds at 5; off center time dial at 9; patented large date at 1. Strap: new Lange alligator with red gold Lange buckle. Retail price: $38,600.00 USD.

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