In a limited edition of 20 pieces, this model is enhanced with a special movement operating with a "column-wheel device" and the selection of the precious metal platinum as this chronograph´s case material conveys maximum prestige and exclusivity. In Addition, the individual Serial number of These prestigious models is prominently displayed on each dial.
In the middle of the Vallée de Joux in the Swiss Jura, the Jaeger-LeCoultre factory is constantly working to develop its creativity and ingenuity - since 1833. Since its foundation, the Maison has created more than 1200 caliber, which today has a unique reputation in the watch industry enjoy. This 1930s LeCoultre chronograph (doctor's Chronograph) has a Universal Geneve 281 caliber.
Franck Muller watches are one of the finest and most complicated of the world. The manufacture was founded in Geneva by Franck Muller and Vartan Sirmakes with the aim of creating exclusive timepieces characterised by complicated movements and original designs. Thanks to its strong in-house capabilities in numerous fields of Haute Horlogerie, this young company rapidly became one of the best Swiss horlogerie brands. Today, we believe we succeeded in combining boldness and creativity with exceptional Haute Horlogerie know-how.
Eberhard & Co. launched in the 1990s as part of their "Edition Antiquité" the reference number 34000, this is the Edition Antiquité No.. 9. This special timepiece features a Zenith caliber 146H ratchet wheel based on the Martel 749 or Zenith 146M caliber. At that time, Eberhard & Co. acquired a remainder of old original Martel column wheeled movements that were limited to 850 units in a limited edition, namely the Ébauche Les Ponts-de-Martels. The installation of particularly outstanding works has been a tradition since the company was founded. Even Georg Eberhard had collected rarities and built technically unusual and particularly outstanding works in Eberhard chronographs.
The Patek Philippe with reference 96 is the first version of the Calatrava series by Patek Philippe. Production of the Reference 96 began in 1932 and was available in yellow gold, rose gold, platinum, white gold / rose gold and steel. The reference 96 was in production for 30 years and was eventually superseded by the reference 3796. Above all, the version in rose gold is rarely found today and much sought after by international collectors.
The Patek Philippe with the reference 1450 is also known as "Top Hat". Production of the reference 1450 began in 1940 and was in high demand mainly in the USA. However, this model developed in principle, especially in the 1950s to the most successful references of the house Patek Philippe.
The Patek Philippe with the reference 3468/5 is an earlier version of the Calatrava series from the 1970s. The production of reference 3468/5 began in 1962 and was available exclusively in yellow gold.
The Omega De Ville line was introduced in 1967, and has since embodied a sophisticated style that serves as an alternative to sports models. Characterised by a streamlined and classic design, and first-rate movements, the Omega De Ville has become known for its elegant lineage.