Woow thank you for the information. This a quintessential perpetual calendar, this amazing complication is shown at its best.
Sep 17, 2017,02:50 AM
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A unique dial on a top elegant watch...
By: Mike H : September 17th, 2017-01:51
Yesterday I had the chance to see (and try) an amazing watch: not only 3940 is always a wonderful PC but if it has a unique dial then it becomes very special ! Because a picture is better than a long speech here it is... You don't see what is so special ?...
Congratulations on having the guts
By: Harry2 : September 17th, 2017-02:05
Not only to consider this piece, but to say no when it's not right for you! Well done. Also, this is beautiful, those subtle blue hands and that sundial! Now looking at the normal one isn't the same!
Let's be accurate...
By: Mike H : September 17th, 2017-02:55
I did not affirm with certainty that these are the only 2 ones, I only said after immense search I did not find anywhere the single trace of such other dial than these 2.This is why I said "the challenge is to find another one" like this one, but my convi...
The 3940 is one of my grails!
By: TheWindingStem : September 17th, 2017-08:05
Now the X subdial is something special! would be great if we could find more info on it.
I want. I want. I want.
By: Chimaera : September 17th, 2017-10:04
Have been yearning for an Italian dial 3940 for some time, but the X takes the biscuit! Have never encountered such a thing. Research mission unleashed. Many thanks for sharing.
Very interesting observation and find
By: Stylophile : September 17th, 2017-14:06
Thanks for sharing The 2 "ordinary" ones from my collection; first series J and a late series P Bests ...
What a surprised find!
By: henryrover : September 18th, 2017-01:47
The leap year numbers are in same orientation of the 24 hours numbers, which I find it is much more harmonious
By: Costa (aka Connie) : October 25th, 2017-10:11
The pinnacle of horology. There is no better watch IMO.