Earlier I showed you a wrist shot of the regular production Jaeger-LeCoultre reference 24002.42 Master Mariner Chronometer. The last serie
Another Favre-Leuba Chronometer – this time, single signed with automatic movement from the late 1950’s…
Another wooden beam post, another Zenith Captain Chronometer… But this time not a classic looking one!
I have previously showed you my Calibre 135 non-Chronometer and my Calibre 135 dual-signed Zenith Favre-Lebua Chronometer… So let’s continue
Through history Jaeger-LeCoultre have not made many references which has been Chronometer certified. Not because they couldn’t, more likely because
We all know the Zenith Calibre 135, a legend among manual chronometer movements! There were both Zenith- and dual-signed Zenith
OK, since I have started to share some of my Zenith watches, let’s continue… As you know, I have a
One theme I like is early Chronometers. 1940’s – 1960’s Chronometers I really find them interesting since that is the