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Corum "Repubbliche marinare" rg

Corum "Repubbliche marinare" rg


Brand: Corum
Typology: Modern dresswatch
Year: 2000

In 1955, Simone Ries, together with René Bannwart, founded the company Montres Corum SàRL (in short: Corum) in La Chaux-de-Fonds with the aim of offering unusual watches, which differ in design and quality from the usual. The first atelier of Corum was built in a small factory that was run by Gaston Ries.

It reached its peak of fame in 1977, when a young and Iromptuous watchmaker, invented the famous "Golden Bridge," or the first watch with a in line movement, arranged vertically.

This example, a limited edition of 500pcs in the world,dedicated to "Repubbliche Marinare", Maritime republics were a number of Italian port cities that, beginning in the Middle Ages, enjoyed political autonomy and economic prosperity due to their maritime activities.

Most famous are Venezia, Pisa, Amalfi and Genova.

This watch features a stepped casework, with tubular bezel, very reminiscent of Parmigiani's typical workmanship, a côtes-de-Genève guilloché dial, with power reserve and date in the rose subdial.

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  • General info

    • Reference: Repubbliche Marinare
    • Serial number: 372 of 500
    • Case material: Rose Gold 18k
    • Glass: Sapphire
    • Caseback: Fixed with screws
    • Case diameter: 34.0 mm
    • Bezel Materials: Gold
    • Dial color: White
    • Dial numerals: No numerals
    • General conditions: Great conditions
    • Water resistance rate: Not waterproof
  • Band or Strap

    • Band material: Aligator
    • Lug width: 18 mm
    • Buckle type: Deployant
    • Buckle material: Gold
  • Movement

    • Calibre: n.a.
    • Movement type: Automatic
    • Complications: Power reserve