At the TimeCrafter's Show, I was given a magazine (the name of which will be left anonymous to protect the guilty), and one of the articles in the magazine was heralding some watch or other (that bought advertising space in the rag) that had won awards at the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève. It purported to list all the winners, but it was clearly a set of figures that Bernie Madoff would have been proud of. I knew that Vacheron Constantin had won several, including two grand prizes, but the article had no mention of Vacheron Constantin. (It didn't mention Audemars Piguet either, and AP had won more GPHG awards than any other company.)
In looking online for the winners of the awards, I came across more than one page with a big mess that gave a general clue as to who won and for what. So I went to the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève site and copied all of the recent winners and those from their archives for all of the 15 years that the prizes have been awarded. I didn't change anything. Then I compiled the winners with the number of awards each had received, plus the Aiguille d’Or Grand Prix winners for each of the 15 years. Anyway, the whole thing is in a 19-page PDF file that you can download from:
If there are any mistakes, let me know.
Here's a picture of my watch:
Overseas 1 (1996: c. 1311)
Christian Selmoni told me that it was a good example of the OS 1. (Did I mention he was a super-nice guy?)