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Vacheron Constantin: They did, my friend!

Reference 4907 shows up most often in yellow gold, more rarely in pink gold and for the first time, according to Vacheron Constantin's research on the market, in white gold in 2016 at Phillips auction. Who knows, it may be a piece unique, but there is your white metal version. With malicious ;-) int
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Vacheron Constantin: Wonderful post!

We share a great admiration for the Chronometre Royal, particularly reference 4907. I searched for this reference a long time. With those incredible lugs it has a significant presence on the wrist and is a joy to wear. A brother says hello:
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Vacheron Constantin: I had not noticed this before.

Thank you for pointing this out. Can you explain this a little bit more, please? Is this because the 21,600 results in 6 beats per second or 3 oscillations and is that why there are or should be three has marks on the seconds track? Am I understanding this correctly?
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Well done!

It looks great on this strap , and glad your brain figured out the folding clasp. Not sure mine would have. :-/
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Whether or not it is a future collector's watch...

...it is a beautiful and interesting piece now and likely always will be. I am surprised it had such a short life. I can understand why this is on your list, Nicolas. I love this world timer. Were there different versions of this model? Thanks fro the reminder about this lovely and romantic piece. r
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