1. Modify the 5236 to have an instantaneous calendar change. 2. Release a digital hour indication based 6119 as a revival of the 3969, but in round case. 3. Evolve a few models to incorporate zero-reset seconds for time setting ( when crown is pulled) 4.
Is cleaner but the single large disc for date would make the diameter of the watch way bigger than 41 Notice that the current design of the 2 date discs avoids interfering with the Center pinion I m not a fan of the 2 moles to indicate leap yr and day-nit
On first glance - the 6119 looks very much like the 2013 Vacheron Constantin Traditionelle Small Seconds, but adds a nice hobnail bezel. I have been eyeing some of these in the past in a grey variant, so to see it similarly configured in PP is interesting
You know my love for the 5070 : this balanced dial (with aligned sub dials...), this fine, relative big but elegante case, his flaws, like in architecture, that finally make his character. And this deep blue... I am a 5370p fan, for this case, this enamel
under valued. While usually the two descriptions go together I think this watch is highly appreciated by sophisticated collectors. I remember after it was discontinued but before Patek started pumping out 5059s, 5159s and 5496s, when a mint and complete 5