MB 13.21

Dec 20, 2020,02:37 AM

Old school watchmaking modernised.

The MB13.21 is based on the vintage Minerva caliber 13.20, a classic hand-wound chronograph movement from 1920-1930. The 13.21 is improved and finished to the highest standard by the Manufacture in Villeret. This is a testament that good things are meant to stand the test of time.

This message has been edited by FabR on 2020-12-20 06:22:49

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Two pics I took on a relaxing Sunday

 By: singingbee : December 20th, 2020-03:18

Yes definitely feel the same!

 By: singingbee : December 20th, 2020-20:56

True beauty

 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : December 20th, 2020-04:46

So beautiful.

 By: Watchlover78 : December 20th, 2020-06:00

Thanks my friend!

 By: singingbee : December 20th, 2020-20:56

Thank you Nico!

 By: singingbee : December 20th, 2020-20:57

Indeed a historic inspiration

 By: Grail-Watch : December 20th, 2020-07:46
This was a laudable effort by the new Minerva when they took over from the family after the millennium. It was a sensitive redesign and re-implementation of the classic movement but for modern production. Perhaps this is why Richemont was so keen on takin... 

Completely agree with you

 By: singingbee : December 21st, 2020-00:08
Even though Richemont gets quite alot of flak for “gifting” Minerva to Montblanc, it is hard to imagine to what will happen to Minerva if they are gifted to some of the other brands in the Richemont Group like Panerai, JLC or IWC. It is more than likely t...