Lot Archive


№ 406


14 June 2022

Hammer Price:

A. Lange & Söhne. A white gold chronograph wristwatch with pulsometer scale, 1815 Flyback Chronograph, circa 2017.
cal. L951.5 manual winding, 34 jewels, no. 121369.
Dial: back, Arabic numerals, subsidiary dials for constant seconds and 30-minute register, outer track calibrated for pulsations.
Case: 18ct white gold, sapphire display back secured by six screws, no. 234047, 18ct white gold buckle.
Signed: case, dial, movement and buckle.
Dimensions: diameter 39.5mm. £12,000-£18,000

Established in Glashütte, Saxony by Ferdinand Adolph Lange in 1845, A. Lange & Söhne produced some of the most sought-after watches in the world.
The company was forced into a 40 year hiatus when their workshops were destroyed by a bomb at the end of the Second World War. In 1990, Walter Lange, the great grandson of Ferdinand Adolph Lange, revived the brand.
Lange watches are still created in-house to the traditional high standards of the earlier generations of pocket watches. Today, as throughout their history, A. Lange & Söhne produce high quality precision timepieces.

Movement: running at the time of cataloguing, chronograph operating correctly.
Dial: in good condition
Case: heavily scuffed from wear, indentations to the bezel, upper right hand lug with loss to the edge, lower lug with slight damage to the point.
This model is a third generation ref. 1815 which dates from 2017.
Gross weight: 104.5gms.
Please note that the above condition report is a statement of opinion only and may not specify all mechanical replacements or imperfections.
The watch has not been tested for the accuracy of its time keeping and would benefit from a service at the buyer’s expense.

This watch is a third generation reference 1815 chronograph dating from 2017