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Sir Michael Caine / Sir Michael Caine's Breitling. A titanium analogue and LCD digital display bracelet watch Navitimer, Ref 80360/E56059, Circa 1990

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Sir Michael Caine's Breitling. A titanium analogue and LCD digital display bracelet watch
Navitimer, Ref: 80360/E56059, Circa 1990
2 March 2022, 17:00 GMT
London, New Bond Street

Sold for £10,837.50 inc. premium

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Sir Michael Caine's Breitling. A titanium analogue and LCD digital display bracelet watch

Model: Navitimer
Reference: 80360/E56059
Date: Circa 1990
Movement: 7-jewel ETA quartz, No.988333
Dial: Grey, luminous Arabic numeral quarters, raised outer white minute divisions with luminous 5 minute markers, LCD display, white pointed baton hands with luminous inserts
Case: Brushed tonneau form, snap on back, calibrated uni-directional bezel, No.15633
Strap/Bracelet: Brushed titanium link
Buckle/Clasp: Signed folding clasp
Signed: Case & Dial
Size: 40mm

Footnotes

Originally launched in 1985, Sir Michael Caine was an early fan of the Breitling Aerospace which was a common sight upon his wrist in the 1990s and early 2000s. Seen as early as 1992 on set of the movie Blue Ice, to celebrating his 65th birthday in 1998 at his restaurant The Canteen in Chelsea, to a photoshoot with the Sunday Times in 2018, his Breitling Aerospace has been one of the most worn watches within Sir Michael's collection.

In 2008 Sir Michael was, quite literally, cemented into history signing his name and placing his hand and foot prints into the 'Forecourt of the Stars' outside the legendary Graumans Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. Upon his wrist and a part of this moment in history was the current lot, his Breitling Aerospace.

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