Chronometer Royal

Hi Friends
The above pocket is so iconic that VC recreated a wristwatch version.  What I wanted to know is that how come they some have different dials?  Are they fitted after being made?  or did VC just produced some with different dials?

Re: Chronometer Royal
09/12/2012 - 20:16
Don't quite understand your question. However, the Chronometre Royale from the Historiques Collection has a 'grand feu' enamel dial.
Hi Justin, the Chronometre Royal wrist watches have been around since
09/12/2012 - 23:21
the 50s The latest CR 1907 is more à tribute to the pocket watches with enemel dial and case inspired by PW cases than a reinterpretation like the American 1921 for instance
Re: Hi Justin, the Chronometre Royal wrist watches have been around since
09/13/2012 - 07:33
Sorry all, yes i was unclear.  I was refering to what Alex mentions above.  The Historique collection has the CR1907 model.  The dial reflects how I see many CR pocket watches from the early 1910-ish.  however I have recently seen some CR pocket watches with Roman numbers rather than the Arabic version.   I was wondering how this is the case and if there is a specific reason behind it.  I do recognise that in those times, watch makers often make a slightly different dials for the same reference. cheers! justindependent
Hâve a look at the article I posted à link of in my post above you'll
09/13/2012 - 09:47
See many many different types of CR