thanks Nico and I am glad i could share this with you once :) [nt]

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Montblanc Villeret Chronograph grand feu enamel :)

 
 By: jrwong23 : February 8th, 2020-23:48
They don’t make these anymore. I miss the Montblanc collection Villeret 1858. Fortunately I have one from this era. Wearing this today. And the Minerva heritage lives on thru the current Heritage and 1858 collections . Probably the best of both worlds. Ch...  

Even twice! [nt]

 
 By: amanico : February 10th, 2020-06:21

This for sure is my favorite from the MP/Minerva chronographs.

 
 By: jlux : February 9th, 2020-02:20
The dial is much more to my liking than the current models.

Personally I think so too :)

 
 By: jrwong23 : February 10th, 2020-05:59
Especially the ones in enamel

I love that package!

 
 By: penfriend : February 9th, 2020-06:47
Still waiting for my Retour Seconde LE8 from that collection to arrive - it has got the same box and papers.

Nice !! Congrats in advance !

 
 By: jrwong23 : February 10th, 2020-06:00
The Retour-a-zero seconde is an amazing watch !

It has been a while Robin since you posted this watch!

 
 By: sham1 : February 9th, 2020-11:10
I am glad you still have it. Minerva had some great movements, impeccably finished,especially early this century.

Thank you my friend

 
 By: jrwong23 : February 10th, 2020-06:00
Happy to share from time to time

Thank you ! Movement wise

 
 By: jrwong23 : February 12th, 2020-05:17
It’s the same as the current non Villeret Montblanc watches such as the heritage and 1858 so Long as they use the Minerva calibres 16.29 or 13.21 - movement finishing is the same