A.Lange & Sohne 421.4AE


A.Lange and Sohne 1815 Rattrapante Perpetual Calendar watch, all 18ct rose gold case and held on a genuine brown alligator strap with matching rose gold pin buckle, mechanically hand-wound movemnet with day, date, month, moon, leapyear, power reserve and split second chronograph features, silver dial with transferred numerals and a sapphire crsytal glass.

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Since the beginning Ferdinand A.Lange was commited to creating the “perfect watch” by combining outstanding functionality and the highest precision possible. In the new era of A.Lange and Sohne the same determination is used to improve a timepieces precision, enhance its legaibility or refine its convenience. Attention to detail is one of the key aspects that make A.Lange and Sohne timepieces some of the finest in the world. This can be seen in the decoration of each movement and the characteristics that each model is today endowed with. From the realm of the extrodinary, the grand complication 1815 Rattrapante Perpetual calendar was created. The creation brings together two classic complications with a split second chronograph and perpetual calendar. This particular version is made in all 18ct rose gold and is held on a genuine brown alligator strap with matching rose gold pin buckle. Fitted with a highly complicated and decorated Lange calibre L101.1 mechanical hand-wound movement. with over 631 moving parts functions include a split second chronograph, day, date, month, moon, leap year and power reserve functions.Silver dial with transferred numerals and finished with a sapphire crystal glass.



Case Material

18ct Rose Gold

Dial Type

Silver With Transferred Numerals And Markers

Bezel Type

Bracelet Material

Genuine Alligator

Case Size






Grading Style


Mechanical Hand-wound





Water Resistance

30 Meters

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