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A Lange & Sohne Lange 1 Men's Watch 320.032G$38,695.00 $43,200.00

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A. Lange & Söhne was first established in 1845 by Adolph Lange in Glasshutte. The firm established itself as makers of distinctive and fine timepieces - its pocket watches were prized by European gentry. Following the Second World War, the Lange factory was seized by what was then East Germany. Walter Lange, the company's heir fled. It was only after the German reunification in 1990, that the founder's great grandson, Walter Lange, began reviving the company. With funding from LMH, the newly reformed company set out to restore its fine watchmaking tradition. The company was sold to the luxury conglomerate Richemont in July 2000. Although its watch parts may be cut with exceptional precision by the most advanced computer-aided machine tools, they are still finished, decorated and engraved by the skilled hands of some of the world's finest watchmakers.

In 1994, Lange debuted what is perhaps its most iconic watch, the Lange 1 together with the Saxonia, Arkade and Tourbillon Pour le Merite series. The Lange 1 features an off-center hour and minutes dial, a sub-seconds dial and a large date. In 1997, Lange Uhren GmbH presents the Langematik to the world, impressing the watch cognoscenti. 1999 brings the Datograph to Lange's growing adherents. It sets new standards in watch finishing and timekeeping. In 2007, A Lange & Sohne presents the Lange 31, a watch featuring a 31-day power reserve with constant power output.

A. Lange & Söhne was first established in 1845 by Adolph Lange in Glasshutte. The firm established itself as makers of distinctive and fine timepieces - its pocket watches were prized by European gentry. Following the Second World War, the Lange factory was seized by what was then East Germany. Walter Lange, the company's heir fled. It was only after the German reunification in 1990, that the founder's great grandson, Walter Lange, began reviving the company. With funding from LMH, the newly reformed company set out to restore its fine watchmaking tradition. The company was sold to the luxury conglomerate Richemont in July 2000. Although its watch parts may be cut with exceptional precision by the most advanced computer-aided machine tools, they are still finished, decorated and engraved by the skilled hands of some of the world's finest watchmakers.

In 1994, Lange debuted what is perhaps its most iconic watch, the Lange 1 together with the Saxonia, Arkade and Tourbillon Pour le Merite series. The Lange 1 features an off-center hour and minutes dial, a sub-seconds dial and a large date. In 1997, Lange Uhren GmbH presents the Langematik to the world, impressing the watch cognoscenti. 1999 brings the Datograph to Lange's growing adherents. It sets new standards in watch finishing and timekeeping. In 2007, A Lange & Sohne presents the Lange 31, a watch featuring a 31-day power reserve with constant power output.

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