In 1755 Vacheron Constantin’s first watch manufacture contract was signed, at an age of 24. This document is acknowledged as the birth document of watchmaking. This also proves that Vacheron Constantin is the oldest watchmaker out there! In the year 1935, Vacheron celebrated their 180th birthday already, presenting this watch to the world.
You’re looking at a stainless steel manual wound watch with the crown on top. This model of Vacheron Constantin is inspired by the old pocket watch. This can be seen from the crown that is situated on the ’12’ position. It is a very rare specimen that was released in 1935. The watch has the original dial from the mid-’30s.
We have placed this Vacheron Constantin on a beautiful leather strap, but we also have a beautiful rice bead strap that fits the watch in style.
Convince yourself and pass by to try on this beautiful piece of “vintage”…