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The Musée International d’Horlogerie is raising money for the restoration of its Tellurium, a 19th century astronomical clock built by Swiss clockmaker François Ducommun. MIH plans to raise funds with the sale of a new version of its Gaïa timepiece. The MIH Gaïa Series II has been updated with a black nickel-plated sunburst dial with a rhodium-plated hour disc and a domed minute disc. This is housed in a 39mm stainless steel case and the watch is powered by an SW400-1 automatic movement with a power reserve of 38 hours. 

CHF 2,900 (approx. $3,126),

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