As promised, a fresh picture of the Girard Perregaux Vintage 45 Chronograph Ref 2599.

Nov 12, 2022,17:08 PM

Which had some serious wrist time last month... 

Totally under the radar, which is not fair as it is a great watch, and an original one! 



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Thank you, my dear Vallura.

 By: amanico : November 12th, 2022-17:15


 By: TeutonicCarFan : November 12th, 2022-17:14
You should be drinking a cocktail in an art deco building with that

Excellent suggestion!

 By: amanico : November 12th, 2022-17:14

Love the dial, the hands, the art deco case! And the strap is a great match.

 By: als1678 : November 12th, 2022-17:17
Now if it had an integrated chronograph movement ... The only thing stopping it from going against Breguet, VC etc.

Wow, wow, wow!

 By: Mary Anny : November 12th, 2022-17:42
Going rectangular!

Yep! ;)

 By: amanico : November 12th, 2022-17:48

Yes, going rectangular

 By: brauner : November 12th, 2022-17:51

Very nice, and very autumn!

 By: KCLQMULKU : November 12th, 2022-19:05
Wearing something special and yet under the radar is certainly part of the appeal of only a true purist!

Beautiful and charismatic companion

 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : November 12th, 2022-19:07

Thank you, Chronometer.

 By: amanico : November 12th, 2022-21:48

very aristocratic look

 By: Gelato Monster : November 13th, 2022-00:50
the colour is perfect

Thank you, G M.

 By: amanico : November 13th, 2022-08:52

Such a good looking watch.

 By: jlux : November 13th, 2022-13:34
I was always tempted by the Vintage 1945 but do find the current XXL case way too imposing for my wrist. If ever GP comes back to a more reasonable case size (like your watch) then I would consider adding one to the collection.

Oh now that’s nice!

 By: KURT_DAVID : November 13th, 2022-17:13
I remember admiring a Richeville chronograph years ago when they used to have proper sales in London.