A. Lange and Sohne Richard Lange 252.029 JUMPING SECONDS White Gold Black Dial
A. Lange & Sohne 252.029 Richard Lange Jumping Seconds Platinum 252029, white gold case on a strap with a white gold tang buckle, manual wind A. Lange & Sohne caliber L094.1, 42-hour power reserve with a low power indicator where the circles intersect, black dial with regulator display, white gold hands, black Roman numerals and red minute markers, large white gold jumping seconds hand, sapphire crystal, display back, diameter: 39.9mm, thickness: 10.6mm. Like new with Lange box and papers dated November of 2019.
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This is a white gold A. Lange & Sohne Richard Lange Jumping Seconds 252.029. It has an alligator leather strap with an A. Lange & Sohne white gold tang buckle, and a scratch resistant sapphire crystal. It has a pull out winding crown that activates the zero-reset function with a multi-disc clutch, allowing the instant accurate synchronization; the seconds hand jumps to zero when the crown is pulled. It has an exhibition sapphire display case back secured with 6 screws, and engraved around the perimeter with "A. LANGE & SOHNE – GLASHUTTE/SA," , a serial number, and 4 hallmarks. The 39.9mm diameter solid three-body case, curved lugs, and angled cupped bezel are all polished. The dial is black. There are three intersecting white-rimmed circles with a red triangle low power indicator where they meet that reminds the wearer to rewind. The large center circle at 12 o'clock measures the minutes with a white gold hand with a skeletonized diamond-shaped counter balance. The offset circle at 8 o'clock has painted white Roman numeral hour markers, square white indices, and a white gold sword hand. The twin circle at 5 o'clock has a running small seconds scale with red numerals at the quarter minutes, and a white gold sword hand. There is a 42-hour power reserve at full wind, and the 10.9mm thick case, dial, and movement are all signed. This A. Lange & Sohne Richard Lange Jumping Seconds 252.029 has a mechanical manual winding A. Lange & Sohne caliber L094.1 movement. The plates and bridges are rhodium plated and made of untreated German silver, with a hand-engraved balance cock, and with Cotes de Geneve (Glashutte ribbing) embellishment. It's constructed with 50 jewels (including a black-polished cap for the escape wheel jewel), 390 components, 8 screwed gold chatons, blued screws, and a lateral lever escapement. It includes a two wheel trains that allows constant-force generation and the seconds jump to interact, and a precision beat-adjustment system with a lateral setscrew and a whiplash spring. There is a Glucydur balance with screws adjusted to 5 positions, a swan neck regulator, and the mechanism oscillates at a frequency of 21,600 vph (3 Hz). The A. Lange & Sohne 252.029 was introduced at the SIHH exhibition in 2019.. Ferdinand Adolph Lange first invented a one-second movement with a jumping hand in 1867, and the patent was granted by the newly founded Imperial Patent Office ten years later.
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