They have the appearance of Haas Neveux perhaps?
Those pouring over kk's excellent post should note the 1827 jump hour watch in Pt. 2 continues at beginning of Pt. 3, otherwise you may get the movements out of order
absolutely love the 1941 and 1943 MR wristwatches. So much personality that it is incredible.
It seems VC is trying to acquire its own historically significant timepieces which is very important and a great thing to do. In the exhibition there seemed to be a gap between 1957 and 1992. Were there no repeaters between this period, or does VC not have it in their own collection?
the 1827 continues in Pt. 3. I tried to fit all in one post but was unable to do so, so I did them in individual parts. You have a great eye for these things. :-)