Could You tell me something about my new entry ? Grazie Salvatore
that's the achingly gorgeous ref 4838 from the
11/15/2009 - 14:26
50s with the manual wind cal 1007 BS bearing the Geneva Hallmark. The BS stands for balance stop, it is interesting to note that VC was the first to use a hacking seconds in a non military trype wrist watch Please post more pictures and impressions of your watch. Here is an article on the history of the Chronometre Royal: click here to read the article
Love the dagger (alpha) hands
11/15/2009 - 15:51
Very nice watch. Actually, I really like the dagger hands used in the old Chronometre Royals. I am not a big fan of the pear hands on the current historiques CR. The Batman model is of course very cool, but I pretty much like the aesthetics of the 47022 (although I am not too sure about the date window, and the smallish proportions). Best regards, Kazumi
11/15/2009 - 17:08
Hello Sciabbolleta, Thats a beautiful watch. I am quite biased because I have a similar one, ref. 6110, made in 1955. I think the only difference is the case, mine has different lugs. I love to hear stories about vintage watches. Can you tell us how you got the watch? Has it been in your family for a long time? Or did you find it at an antique dealer? Were you specifically searching for one or did it just appear? No matter how you got it, I hope you receive as much enjoyment from yours as I do mine. I haven't had time to take more and better pictures of my watch, but when I do, I'm sure I'll post them. Best Regards, Dan
11/15/2009 - 18:45
As you can see Salvatore, it doesn't take much for the CR fans to join in . Please post more/bigger pics!
LOL, on this forum, 2 words will definitely get the crowd riled up...
11/16/2009 - 04:59
Chronometre Royal! :-)
One the most desirable CR
11/16/2009 - 16:02