Dear watch aficionado.
NEW NEW NEW NEW available at my boutique www.watchcollector.lu this Urban Jürgensen reference 1 yellow gold with box, outer packaging, UJS strap and buckle:
The Urban Jürgensen reference 1 was the first timepiece released under Peter Baumberger and Derek Pratt, after Peter Baumberger acquired Urban Jürgensen in 1979. The reference 1 was a limited edition of only 186 pieces, all in yellow gold and white gold with an exception of 15 platinum examples which were produced later in 2001, released in 1982 and produced until 1986. And there was one example that had been modified by George Daniels with his co-axial escapement.
The reference 1 is an automatic chronograph with triple date and moonphase and is based on the Zenith El Primero 3019 PHC. The watch embodies a traditional ethos of watchmaking, the hand-engine turned dial by Derek Pratt which is original Breguet frosted. The Breguet minutes, hours and seconds hands are hand-made of gold. The chronograph seconds hand, 30 minutes and 12 hours counter hands are as well hand-made of flame blued steel. It comes in a 40mm yellow gold case with screw caseback, waterproof, and each single teardrop lug is forged and welded to the case. The pusher at 9 o’clock is for the setting of the moonphase and the pusher at 8 o’clock is for the setting of the day. With the crown set on the second position, the date and month can be set.
This example shows the silver day and month windows in English. Whereas there are other examples with the day and month in blue color. The more, this timepiece comes in overall great condition and retains its original box, outer packaging, leather strap and buckle.
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Automatic chronograph lever movement
Zenith El Primero 3019 PHC Caliber 41.0
31 jewels , 36000 VPH
d 30mm, h 6.5mm
Silver dial(bombé) with outer minute track and Derek Pratt’s typical and very fine patterns of engine turning with grain d’orges in the center and damier for the counters, 3 filets sautés for separating the different zones, satin-brushed circular hour circle with radial set Roman numerals, separate signature shield at “12”, all inscriptions are repeatedly black pad printed to create a voluminous smooth lay out
silver, original Breguet frost
guilloché main by Derek Pratt
apertures for day date and month
silvered discs with English calendar
aperture for the moon at “6”
gold Breguet hands
flame blued steel chronograph hands