Two things you have to credit V&C and PP!

They don't watches for every sport activity....

Sailing....

Racing....

OS...

Or what ever.........

They do watches.

The best.

This Vacheron & Constantin is from 1972, Prestige de la France.

Two things you have to credit V&C and PP!

One brand is, in my simple vision, a bit better and a lot older  Two things you have to credit V&C and PP!

Doc

i agree. like a well-kept wine from good grapes. nt.
07/05/2007 - 04:26

nt.

Doc, would you be so kind to show us the face of this beauty? (nt)
07/05/2007 - 06:32
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Here she comes !
07/05/2007 - 15:12

Much bigger than you could imagine.

21 x 46 mm.

Thickness 7 mm, and that's not fat...

Cal 1050/3, 20 jewels, Geneva waves,

but that's one of the few V&C's I haven't dared to open

Doc

Doc, this is an awesome watch
07/05/2007 - 15:58

heritage, purity and design at its finest... VC only  

Doc, thank you ever so much, this is really art>>>
07/05/2007 - 21:01
as I might have suspected being in your collection. I am going to print this one and put it on my watch wall, really something to behold. Best and thank you, Tim
Great watch Doc...
07/07/2007 - 00:29

I love your 1972 its fantastic. 

In fact it has inspired me to post this recent picture of its younger sibling in rose gold. 

Best regards,

Dino

True, indeed...
07/05/2007 - 10:15
Very accurate point, Doc. And let's hope VC will remain that way. Let other watch brands make those 'LE' for sports fans. Heritage and purity means everthing for VC! And that is why the better brand has an uninterupted 250-year history of finest watchmaking in the world.
We have to keep the flags up when someone is relaxing :-)
07/05/2007 - 22:29

Yesterday it was this in my mast !

4th of July

Today this is back, some years older in many ways

The Red Cross we all know

Doc

Doc.....
07/06/2007 - 11:39

i'm expecting you to put the French flag for July 14th.

Otherwise, i will be very disappointed.....

jérôme

LOL!
07/06/2007 - 13:21

I should of course, my idiot, have bough tone,

a month ago, when I was in Paris.

Promise you, Jérôme,

next time

Doc