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A. Lange & Sohne
A. Lange & Söhne, “Arcade” (Ref. 153.002) 18k YG Bracelet Watch w/ box, instructions, guarantee & setting pin, c. 1998
Comes with original box, operating instructions, guarantee and setting pin. Circa 1998.
Inventory #: 21889
Model #: Ref. 153.002
Movement: Signed mechanical 3/4 plate movement no. 2711 visible through transparent case back. Movement features hack feature and Glucydur screw balance.
Case: Signed flattened barrel or scutum shape 18k Yellow Gold case. See-through case back.
Case Size: 22x36mm
Dial: Signed A. Lange & Söhne silvered dial with gold hands, gold indexes and gold Roman numeral III, VI & XI. Subseconds at VI, oversize date aperture at XII position.
Bracelet: 18k Yellow Gold A. Lange & Söhne bracelet with signed 18K Yellow Gold jewelry clasp, measures 170 mm end to end.
Condition: Excellent Condition.

Price: $9,500

Item Sold

Up for sale is a A. Lange & Söhne, “Arcade” (Ref. 153.002) 18k Yellow Gold Ladies’ Bracelet Watch c. 1998. Signed flattened barrel or scutum shape 18k Yellow Gold Case no. 114245 measures 22x36mm. Signed A. Lange & Söhne silvered dial with gold hands, gold indexes and gold Roman numeral III, VI & XI. Subseconds at VI and oversize date aperture at XII position. See-through case back makes signed mechanical 3/4 plate movement no. 2711 visible. Movement features hack feature and Glucydur screw balance. 18k Yellow Gold A. Lange & Söhne bracelet with signed 18K Yellow Gold jewelry clasp, measures 170 mm end to end. with original box, operating instructions, guarantee and setting pin. In excellent condition. Inventory #21889

The shape and name of this watch were inspired by the arcades of the city palace in Dresden, which have similarly shaped arches.
This lady’s watch was first produced in 1994 and is one of the models that Lange & Soehne presented on the occasion of the company’s spectacular revival. Its most distinctive feature is its generous date indicator, which is considerably larger and more clearly readable than the displays commonly used until then.