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Watch band material
With boxes and all papers
Double deployant clasp
Watch functions: Striking mechanism, Date, Weekdays, Alarm clock
Other specifications: Central seconds, Luminescent hands, Seal of Geneva, Hands in blue steel, Limited series, Original
This is a modern uncommon complicated Ulysse Nardin San Marco watch featuring an automatic selfwinding movement with mechanical alarm, day display and the day of the week aperture.
The chunky 18K solid yellow gold case with stepped lugs, silverized dial measures 38.4mm and 12.45mm thick and 44mm lug-to-lug.
The case gleams. It seems larger than it is because of a thin fixed domed bezel. Construction is absolutely top flight, three-body case is rugged and sturdy, has the enameled UN anchor logo crowns and the San Marco specific winged lion logo caseback with 8 screws engraved with the Venice seal.
The crystal glass is scratch resistant sapphire.
Bezel is fixed. This watch with the silver dial version is seldom seen and difficult to find.
Silver dial is really handsome: faceted applied baton markers and roman numerals, date at 3 o'clock and day at 6 o'clock, sword rhodium hands and arrow tipped alarm hand.
Alarm is loud and vibrating and when it goes off would be very hard to missed.
Movement: Cal 60, rhodium plated, straight line lever escapement, monometallic balance, self-compensating flat balance spring, shock absorber, hack mechanism.
Leather strap: the original black alligator/crocodyle with yellow gold deployment clasp tang buckle - well built and heavy.