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Category: A Lange amp Sohne Zeitwerk 18k W

Condition: New with tags: A brand-new, unused, and unworn item (including handmade items) in the original packaging (such as the original box or bag) and/or with the original tags attached. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab ... Read moreabout the condition Brand: A. Lange & Sohne
Watch Shape: Round Gender: Men's
Year of Manufacture: 2010-Now Style: Luxury: Dress Styles
Case Finish: Gloss Features: Power Reserve Indicator
Case Color: White Gold Band Material: Leather
Band Color: Black Age: Modern (2000-present)
Case Material: Gold Movement: Mechanical: Hand-winding
Face Color: Black, Silver Model: 140.029
Age Group: Adult MPN: $70,100
Case Size: 41.9mm Type: Luxury: Dress Styles
Country/Region of Manufacture: Germany Display: Analog
UPC: Does not apply

Description: Brand new in the box + Papers!  
Manufacturer: A. Lange & Sohne   Series: Zeitwerk Model #: 170.029 Watch Gender: Mens   Case: 18K White Gold. 41.9mm 
Movement:  Made in Germany Manual wound movement, the L043.1 movement, 68 jewels. Innovative jumping numerals mechanism. Constant-force escapement for switching step generation and controlled torque delivery. Dial: Silver and black dial features jumping minutes window at 3 o'clock, second sub-dial at 6 o'clock, jumping hour window at 9 o'clock and power reserve indicator at 12 o'clock.
Sapphire crystal

Bracelet/Strap:  Black alligator leather strap. 18k White Gold tang buckle.
  Retail: $77,400.00Payment / Bank wire
Member Since 2010
Lange was founded in 1845 by in the town of , near , in the eastern state of . Under Ferdinand, and then, following his death, his sons Emil and Richard, Lange produced quality pocket watches, the company's very best products generally being given the "1A" designation. Under subsequent generations of the Lange family the company continued to produce pocket watches and, like many German watch makers, produced over-sized wrist watches for use by German airmen in World War II.In 1948, the post- administration expropriated the company's property, and the Lange brand ceased to exist. However, in 1990, following the collapse of the East German government, the founder's great-grandson, Walter Lange, together with watch industry executive Günter Blümlein, restored the company with the assistance of several Swiss watch manufacturers, including and . The refounded Lange, again operating from Glashütte, presented its first range of wrist watches in 1994. Today, A. Lange & Söhne (litt. A. Lange & Sons) wrist watches are sold globally and Lange, like IWC, is a member of the t group.