Another very nice vintage Minerva Chronograph.

Sep 04, 2019,09:46 AM
 

From the 30's, according to the author of this picture ( Christies, if my memory serves me well ), 42 mm case, hence smaller than the one I posted a few weeks ago. 


But not less eye catching! 



The condition is awesome, the oval pusher very much my taste, and the radium hour markers are the radioactive cherry on the cake. 

Best,

Nicolas

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A Quality piece šŸ‘Œ [nt]

 
 By: Cpt Scarlet : September 4th, 2019-16:10

Clearly. Thanks, Cpt. [nt]

 
 By: amanico : September 4th, 2019-21:54

This one is a beauty - perfect condition

 
 By: VinnieD : September 5th, 2019-04:38
Too bad there are no similar offerings in current brands line-ups. I always found it a pity that Minerva has ventured into a movement provider of super high-end stuff - they should be in a position to offer military-style, simple watches but with quality ... 

Iā€™m still trying to understand Montblanc

 
 By: sportster : September 5th, 2019-07:10
I still know them as a writing company - and I had no idea that Minerva was acquired by them. I remember that you had mentioned that Montblanc produces one of the finest Chronographs - and that must be because of the technical capabilities that come with ... 

Not mine, alas. [nt]

 
 By: amanico : September 8th, 2019-08:22