2 pictures of the Girard Perregaux 1966 Annual Calendar Equation of Time.

Sep 05, 2019,14:23 PM

In white gold: 

And in rose gold with a superb ruthenium dial: 

While I am not fan of annual calendars, as I find it in between the complete calendar and the perpetual calendar, I would gladly make an exception, here, because of the equation of time, which is- I don't know why- a complication which speaks very loud to me. 

And as always, the case is superb, but the movement is too small. 

But, overall, what a watch! 



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indeed a rare compliaction which i would very much like to have as well...

 By: Izhik : September 5th, 2019-14:29
not too many brands offer it and what is available in current catalogues, I don't really like... was looking several times on this model by GP....very sublime, very very very nice....

Beautifully balanced asymmetric dial...

 By: jporos : September 5th, 2019-15:12
Nicolas, do you have a view of the back of the watch?

Better yet, here's a photo AND technical review from our site, yonks ago

 By: cazalea : September 5th, 2019-17:49
GP Annual Calendar Equation of Time Review ...  

While I like many things about this watch,...

 By: jlux : September 6th, 2019-01:28
...especially the dial and the case profile, I do feel however that the bezel is a bit too large for the watch. You mentioned it: the movement is very small. I believe that GP wanted to achieve by all means the 40 mm diameter mark and as they (luckily) we...