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Montblanc 1858 Tachymeter. August pictures.

On my way to the office... At its place on my wrist and in the good old Volvo P 1800E. Enjoy, Nicolas
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Latest acquisition - Montblanc Split Second Enamel Blue

Guys, see what I just got. Been mulling over about getting a Minerva Montblanc for a while. Finally pulled the trigger. Enjoying the blue enamel and 3D movement big time!
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By: perregaux1
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For the pleasure of the eyes: Minerva Mono Pusher Chronograph, the ancestor of the 1858 Tachymeter.

Still on the hunt for that one... A better picture: A killer. Even the case is very close to the 1858 Tachymeter. Best, Nicolas
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By: amanico
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Question about Minerva's production numbers from the 1930 to the 1970s

I love Minerva watches old and new. My PE teacher was using a Minerva stop watch to time our 60 and 100m sprints. When searching the dedicated sources, I keep noticing that there are not too many vintage watches around. Does anyone have a reliable estimat
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By: LX (Alex)
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cazalea
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New Heritage dial from Montblanc

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By: redcorals
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Minerva calibre 13.21 powering my Montblanc Villeret chronograph

View under a loupe. Enjoy Cheers Robin
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By: jrwong23
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amanico
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TFIF everyone! Time for the outdoors

and what better watch to be wristed with than a Montblanc 1858 Split Second Chronograph Ltd Ed 100 for your outdoor adventures
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By: beerstyle
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beerstyle
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Montblanc Orbis Terrarum.

These last months, I used to post my 1858 Tachymeter with its gorgeous manual winding chronograph movement, the Cal 16.29. Here, with the Orbis Terrarum, we are leaving the field of exquisite horology to go the playground of coolness. Cool, this watch def
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By: amanico
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amanico
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Montblanc 1858 Split Seconds. My new obsession.

New, I don't know since I fell in love from the first minute I saw it in 2019. And the 2020 edition, with its titanium case and blue enamel dial doesn't help a lot to forget it! Even if I still have to see this last iteration in the real life, just to be
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By: amanico
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