The exhibition "Made in Germany, a Tribute to the Early Lange 1 and Datograph" presents a unique opportunity to celebrate and demonstrate the work of A. Lange & Söhne, and the scholarship surrounding the references that have become iconic in design and trophy items for collectors of high horology. With over 20 of the finest and rarest examples of the Lange 1 and Datograph on view, the exhibition looks to offer the collector an unparalleled physical exploration in the evolution of fonts, dials and limited production watches.
Dates: 9-14 March 2022
Viewing times: 10am-5pm GMT. Except on Sunday 13 March: 12pm-5pm
Location: 3rd Floor, 30 Berkeley Square, London, W1J 6EX
Above: A. Lange & Söhne, Lange 1 reference 101.035 “Darth”
The watches included in Made in Germany, a Tribute to the Early Lange 1 and Datograph are for scholarship exhibition only. Alongside these exceptional watches will be an exclusive selection of A. Lange & Söhne highlights from Phillips’ upcoming spring auctions, as well as a number of curated offerings for private sale.
Above: A. Lange & Söhne, Lange 1 reference 101.027x
James Marks, International Head of Perpetual, Director, said, “We are honoured to bring to Phillips Perpetual London a unique viewing experience for our collectors, friends and lovers of horology. Lange remains one of the most respected and appreciated brands with an unparalleled and fascinating history in modern times. With this physical exhibition, we aim to explore the earliest iterations of the iconic Lange 1 and Datograph using the world’s finest examples.”
Above: A. Lange & Söhne, Datograph reference 403.035 with platinum bracelet
Highlights include one of just ten Platinum Datograph reference 402.025x made for Milanese Retailer Pisa Orologeria, as well as one of thirty Lange One watches cased in steel, and a selection of fine and rare early Lange pieces from the brands’ historical relaunch.
Above: A. Lange & Söhne, Lange 1 reference 101.033
The exhibition will open for public view at Phillips Perpetual showroom at 30 Berkeley Square, from 9 to 14 March