1. Of course it's the ultimate appeal, if you are searching for a keeper for life.
2. There must be a clear volume, never changed. No factory replicas. If you see this as an art, as we do,
we got to follow art criterium for what's a limited printing of lithofgraphies, that's 100. I think it's a good norm.
3. What I written above, a keeper for life, to be inherited. Also that not to many other guys walks around with it.
I have this Longines in 18K YG, 1 of 100.
Also this Girard-Perregaux 375 mm in 18K WG, 1 of 125
Once I had, a really limited Vacheron&Constantin.
It was made in only one
Now at the Vacheron Constantin Museum.
Then you can roughly say that before 1950 and during the first years in the 50s, all models were limited.
It's well shown in this letter to the AD's !
It clearly states that they only make 24 of each model,
but I don't have the knowledge to know it that meas per year or in total.
Alex, could you be nice and you check that?