|Ref. No.||PAM 603|
|Location||Hong Kong SAR, Kowloon|
|Price||HK$ 275,000 (= $35,977)|
|Power reserve||55 h|
|Number of jewels||22|
|Case diameter||52 mm|
In 1943 the Panerai family named the chronograph created for the deck officers of the Royal Italian Navy “Mare Nostrum”, as a tribute to the Mediterranean Sea “Mare Nostrum” (“Our sea”) where the Royal Italian Navy fleets accomplished their victorious missions during the Second World War. This name had already been used by Guido Panerai in 1924 for what was probably the first Panerai chronograph, but all traces of this first model have been lost. However a few prototypes of the 1943 chronograph still exist, and these have enabled the new watch to be reconstructed with great technical accuracy and similar aesthetic characteristics: the Mare Nostrum Titanio, a Special Edition of the greatest interest consisting of only 150 units.
Item No.: 16Z064-W
Serial No: Rxxx/150
Item Included: All paper and boxes
Case Details: Mare Nostrum, Titanium 52mm
Case Back: Screw, Titanium
Function: Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds, Chronograph with two counters
Water Resistant: 3 bar (~30 metres)
Movement: Hand-wound mechanical, exclusive Panerai OP XXV calibre, 12¾ lignes, 22 jewels, Glucydur balance, 18,000 alternations/hour. Incabloc anti-shock device. Swan’s neck regulator. Power reserve 55 hours. Côtes de Genève decoration on the bridges.