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
Magnificent, from the front side to the back side: The Cal 13.21 is another marvelous chronograph movement. Less " aerial ", more compact than the 16.29, but not less appealing. And much smaller, as this Chronograph is 40 mm big! Best, Nicolas
I may be biased as I have the WG model. The dial is very clean too as clean as a Pulsographe can be, with only the text Montblanc on it and nothing else. I not sure whether you can still find one in the market now. I know the WG model does pop up from tim
I think MB felt that they had priced the pulsograph competitively against rivals from Lange, Vacheron and Patek but what it fails to appreciate is many potential clients will still favour the three aforementioned brands due to their history. You and I app
I think the price point was of the Pulsograph was a little too high for general watch collectors, especially when previous editions of the same movement were cased in PM rather than SS for similar prices. The entry level Heritage Auto has a lot of the sam
I bought the Heritage Salmon 3 hander back at MBs Goodwood stand having seen the Heritage Pulsograph as well. Think this small seconds with Minerva movement at 39mm makes a really interesting proposition. LE, 39mm with that gorgeous movement and a little
I think this is a vintage style which is quite popular in the past? Keep seeing such aesthetics appearing in watches for the past few years. In fact the MB Villeret Vintage Pulsographe is in the same vein too.