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Vacheron Constantin Model 247 Platinum

Vacheron Constantin Model 247 Platinum

by Vacheron Constantin

The platinum 247 was produced in a limited series and the 18-month production of just 247 pieces was pre-sold well before delivery, making this a highly sought after collectors watch.

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$20,000 - $50,000

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Semi- skeletonized dial with white outer retrograde calendar and subsidiary dial for day of the week, central Maltese cross.


Fitted leather strap with Vacheron & Constantin platinum buckle.


Fine polished platinum case with shaped lugs, glazed exhibition back held by 4 screws. Case measuring 37mm.


36-jewels Cal.1126 movement adjusted to heat, cold, isochronism and 5 positions with 21ct gold edged rotor.

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