show (and tell) more!
a lot to picture here, I will try to post pictures as I go alon, article whenever I gather the stamina and inspiration!
Very beautiful and mint movement, simplly stunning. Can someone please tell me what is the part that joint the middle jewel and the screw?
by Antiquorum over the last 5 or so years, it seems all these center-seconds deck
watches were produced during WWII.
The copper(?) spring you refer to is typical of indirect center-seconds movements, and
helps damp inappropriate motion of the seconds-hand, especially while setting.
Ah! The part that I referred to is actually "spring". Thanks for sharing.
and so open it and you find a treasure!
That's so very Vacheron&Constantin it can be!
Thanks for your amazing pics,
it pushes me even more, to let my Kullberg stop :-)
congrats to another beautiful VC!
I always knew you would sooner or later become a VC aficionado.
Ask Alex, I said it several times to him :-)
The way you presented your first Vacheron&Constantin Chronometer Royale,
to me, it said it all.
I say this with a smile of recognition :-)
Although the carrier's brass bezel is pretty discolored, the watch itself is in I think quite good shape for a 60+ year old watch used officially, rather than privately, there is evidence around the tab which opens the back of very regular service, but it must have been competent and careful, the movement is nicely clean.