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Vacheron Constantin, "First Tourbillon", ca 1994.

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420 000 - 440 000 SEK
38 200 - 40 000 EUR
40 000 - 41 900 USD
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420 000 SEK
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Vacheron Constantin, "First Tourbillon", ca 1994.

Case size: 38 mm
Material: 18K gold
Movement: manual, caliber 1760
Year: circa 1994
Crystal: sapphire crystal
Bracelet: leather strap, "Maltese Cross" folding clasp
Reference number: 30050/000J-7604
Movement number: 816'641
Case number: 645'815
Limited and numbered: 111/300
Accompanied by: "Certificate of Authenticity"

Wear due to age and use. Traces of use. Scratches on the crystal.

The movement is running at the time of cataloguing, Bukowskis does not guarantee the future function of the movement. Please note that the movement has not been tested for timekeeping accuracy and may need a service at the buyer's expense. Watches have been opened to examine movements therefore no warranties are made that the watches are water-resistant. Potential buyers should inspect each watch to satisfy themselves as to condition. For more information, please read our Conditions of Purchase.

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Muut tiedot

With the popular arising of neo-vintage we are sure that this rarely seen timepiece is something that will interest even the most seasoned collector.

In the late 1980s, Vacheron Constantin initiated two projects aimed at creating innovative calibers for wristwatches featuring the renowned complications of a tourbillon and a minute repeater. The first piece, the ref. 30050, was introduced in 1992 in a limited edition of 300 in yellow gold and platinum, marking their first venture into wristwatch tourbillons. Crafted in yellow gold and adorned with a power reserve indicator, this rare tourbillon timepiece boasts a meticulously symmetrical architecture, evident in its dial, rendering it a sophisticated and highly coveted work of art in the realm of fine watchmaking. The watch's exceptional quality extends to its meticulous finishes, including Côtes de Genève, perlage, polishing, and beveling. If you look closer you will see the Malese Cross in the tourbillon. According to insights from Carole Lambelet and Lorette Coen's book, "The World of Vacheron Constantin," the caliber 1760 movement within this watch was collaboratively developed with Nouvelle Lémania.

To our knowledge, only a handful of other pieces in yellow gold have surfaced at international auctions thus far.