If someone wonder, these are the watches below.

First the 1827, quarter repeater

If someone wonder, these are the watches below.

1909 Lady Lion Diamond Watch

If someone wonder, these are the watches below.

1919 Hunting Case pocket watch

If someone wonder, these are the watches below.

1920 extreme craftmanship even to be Vacheron&Constantin, we will never divorce

If someone wonder, these are the watches below.

1928 wonderful Art Deco at it's best

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1929 Verger Fères, has a very special place in my heart and will always be part of my family

If someone wonder, these are the watches below.

1936 unusual design for Vacheron&Constantin and in mint condition

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1936 again, and again also typical Art Deco

If someone wonder, these are the watches below.

1937 Two Tone Dial... Probably the only one made, since V&C's total production was 439 watches and movements in the whole year!

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1939 a beautiful watch, timeless design

If someone wonder, these are the watches below.

1946 still classic Art Deco design, avant garde

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1959 sharp as a knife and all aficionados know what movement it's inside smiley

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1972 Prestige la France, an Icon

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1978 Les Historiques Jalousie, perhaps too much but as always perfect craftmanship,

as the watch maker told me, who made the diamond settings at Audemars Piguet

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2005 Malte Dual Time Regulateur, a wonderful watch in design, but complicated movement,

so it was on visit in Geneva a bit to much..

If someone wonder, these are the watches below.

Doc

I have a lot of trouble posting photos to this forum...
07/14/2011 - 23:08

...but now I realize, I should not even try.  This collection of pieces really blows me away, Doc.  I thought the crowns alone were stunning, but then to see to which watches they belong!!!cheeky

Cheers,

respo

a sight of beauty and grace, obviously chosen with passion and
07/15/2011 - 00:53

taste heart

+1
07/16/2011 - 18:15

nt

A very mature collection with an ArtDeco life-motive...
07/15/2011 - 01:36
1972 scores high in my book but 1936 - hands down is by far my favorite. What an amazing piece of metal!
Oddly, I am swooning for the pocket watches here
07/15/2011 - 04:14

That1827 and the 1959 -- especially the 1959!

Fantastic collection !
07/15/2011 - 10:36

All elegant and fine pieces, congrats, Doc ! The only "strange duck" (as is the saying in NL) would be the Malte DT Regulateur...imho, but that one is impressive for other reasons.

Thanks for sharing this superb collection !

Best,

Mark

A steadfast collection from a committed aficionado....
07/15/2011 - 18:30

Thank you Doc for sharing such lovely pieces.

Beauty&Beatific!heart

With good wishes

Tony

Re: If someone wonder, these are the watches below.
07/16/2011 - 06:22
Stunning collection. Love and respect the passion that is the most important for all of us
I have a question Doc...
07/17/2011 - 07:54

Can you say if the total production number you have for 1937 includes both wrist and pocket watches?

Yes it was the total production of
07/17/2011 - 19:06

439 watches and movements.

I don't know how many of these who were watches.

The production capacity was 3.000!

Lowest figure I know of was 1932, when only 211 movements were made...crying

Cheers

Doc