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This is a Zeno Basel Triple Calendar Moonphase Watch. Its a limited edition since it doesn't appear in the 2008 Zeno catalogue. Usually, this kind of complication is found only in a quartz watch. Here it is in automatic configuration and as you might guess, its not a typical black dial Zeno! :):-!
 

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Nice watch, although I could do without the dots around the dial.
 

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Its not a perpetual calendar. In an automatic, such a feature would be prohibitively expensive. So the calendar has to readjusted by hand in leap
years. Its a minor inconvenience.
 

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Its not a perpetual calendar. In an automatic, such a feature would be prohibitively expensive. So the calendar has to readjusted by hand in leap
years. Its a minor inconvenience.
Not the numbers (either hour or date) but the gold dots between the two sets of numbers. I know its a petty detail but they make no sense to me. Am I missing some functionality for them?
 

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I think its a change of date when the pointer hand begins advance to the next day. It shows the "between" dates.
 
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