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NWA - Tachydate Collection Villeret

Actually I picked it up end of November last year but then I went to the south for 5 weeks so I missed on introducing it. The white gold one has already been with me since 2015 and now I filled the collectors gap with the red gold version. Trusted caliber
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By: penfriend
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penfriend
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Montblanc Minerva Villeret. A festival of horological delights.

Thanks for sharing these, I truly loves these Minerva movements and hope to own my second piece one day soon. 1) 13.21 from my Villeret Vintage Pulsographe 2) 16.29 from 1858 Chronograph Tachymeter in steel 3) 16.32 from Villeret Vintage Tachydate
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By: amanico
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amanico
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Montblanc Villeret Tachydate WG

Some fresh pics of my first Villeret from Montblanc. It is the only one from that collection with a date function; the according caliber is 16.32 (only used in the Tachydate). Due to its layout the dial has a three-dimensional-structure and appearance whi
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By: penfriend
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beerstyle
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Minerva calibre 13.21 powering my Montblanc Villeret chronograph

although I must admit that the earlier produced Villeret calibers like yours are even better finished than the more recent ones like mine. as I own the 16.29 (snake dial chrono) and the 16.32 (tachydate) from the Villeret collection I have compared a lot
1Y
By: jrwong23 (aka watchthebin)
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amanico
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For those of us who don't like dates, Montblanc has an answer - the Vintage Tachydate

It was my first Villeret from Montblanc (I chose the WG version but the RG is soon to follow)
2Y
By: KMII
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amanico
3270

Quick review of the Montblanc Heritage Chronometrie ExoTourbillon Minute Chronograph

When we are talking about haute horlogerie from Montblanc, it is most frequently the Villeret and 1858 lines that are being discussed. In addition to those, there are complicated pieces in the Heritage Chronometrie and 4810 lines, too (here: for a summar
3Y
By: KMII
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KMII
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For those of us who don't like dates, Montblanc has an answer - the Vintage Tachydate

Not everyone amongst us here is fully convinced that adding a date onto a mechanical non calendar watch is a feature, in spite of what watch manufacture marketing departments tend to tell us. This goes doubly so for chronographs. Yet there is the odd exce
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By: KMII
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amanico
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Two Great Watches

The Vintage Tachydate. Here\'s a link: And a picture: From: Montblanc
4Y
By: Harry2
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Harry2
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Review: Montblanc 1858 Tachymeter Chronograph Steel with blue dial – Part Two

but how the size of the watch supports its shape, what is the spirit behind its look (dressy, sporty, pilot watch, casual etc...) and especially how it works with the dial: a 3 hands watch will not work the same way a chronograph or QP dial will with for
5Y
By: jrwong23 (aka watchthebin)
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Mark in Paris
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Montblanc Villeret Monopusher Chronograph PuristS Edition.

Is great on our soon to be Incoming, the 1858 Chrono Tachydate But on the older Villerets with solid gold grand feu enamel dials, solid gold hands and other high end craftsmanship details from Montblanc Villeret, the caliber 16.29 is even more special lik
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By: amanico
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amanico
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