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Lot 21: Graham Swordfish Chronograph LE 37/100, Ref. 2.SWAB, c.2005
26 October 2016
New York, NY, USALive Auction
Graham Swordfish Chronograph LE 37 / 100 , Ref. 2.SWAB.B35.K06
Switzerland, circa 2005
Automatic movement, caliber G1710, 34 jewels; hours, minutes, seconds, chronograph
Black dial with applied black luminous Arabic numeral and Baton hour-markers, chronograph registers and constant seconds subdials, minutes outer ring; Black PVD Baton and black and red Losange hands
Stainless Steel - PVD with two portholes case, screw-down crown, pushers, and screw-down caseback
Graham Black rubber strap with Graham Stainless Steel - PVD pin buckle
Case No. 37/100
Case Diameter: 46mm
Accompanied by the original box, Certificate of Origin, instruction manual, and warranty
Very good condition with minor traces of wear: case has visible scratches on the upper right side of the case; Overhaul recommended, at buyer's expense
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