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A. Lange & Söhne - 1815

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The memory of Ferdinand A. Lange's pocket watches inspired the birth of the 1815 range with its easily legible Arabic numbers and the traditional blue steel hands. The most characteristic feature of each model is the minute scale around each dial, resembling the rail tracks of the period when train travel was becoming more important and the timekeeping of the trains was paramount.

The range consists of a simple three-hand watch, an ‘up & down’ power reserve, a chronograph and even a Tourbillon, thus enforcing the tradition that accuracy of a watch during this period was a priority.

Lastly, a Split Seconds Chronograph Perpetual Calendar was introduced as an example of supreme timekeeping with two of the trickiest examples of complications housed in the same case with a total of 631 parts.