Armand Nicolet L14 O.H.M Black PVD Small Seconds 211/499 Piece Limited Edition


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The Sutor House is pleased to propose the superb Armand Nicolet L14 O.H.M. manual winding gents watch. Featuring small seconds at the 6 o’clock position, luminous hands and hour markers, the stripped back black dial allows an unrestricted view of the movement within and the superb Côtes de Genève decoration.

This stunning piece is presented in Black PVD Coated stainless steel with transparent exhibition case back on a black leather strap with white stitching and tang buckle.

A celebration of their Original Historic Movement (O.H.M.) series of timepieces, each L14 features at its heart a hand finished manual winding movement from a small and limited trove of UT 600 calibres made in 1958. Rediscovered, refurbished, decorated and sympathetically modified in 2014 the Armand Nicolet L14 O.H.M. is a stunning collection, and to be made only in limited numbers whilst the fine old movements remain.

Armand Nicolet L14 O.H.M. Small Seconds A750AAA-NR-P713NR2

Limited to 499 pieces in total – This is #211/499

Movement: Calibre AN 0711A manual winding with small seconds function. Refurbished, decorated and modified from original 1957 UT 600 batch

36 hours power reserve

Dial: Black skeletonised dial exposing the movement with gold engraved production number and Côtes de Genève decoration, luminous steel hands and luminous dot hour markers

Features: Small seconds at the 6 o’clock position

Functions: Hours, minutes, small seconds

Case: Black PVD Coated stainless steel with antiglare treated sapphire crystal and see-through screwed back

Water Resistance: 5 ATM

Diameter: 43mm

Thickness: 10mm

Strap: Black alligator leather with white stitching

Clasp: 316L Black PVD Coated Stainless steel tang buckle.

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