Today I spoke with my watch friend, and also watch maker, Gerton. He told me about this Girard-Perregaux Chronograph watch he has for sale, with an Excelsior Park 4 movement. When I googled on this watch, one¬of the results was this ‘In Memory of Time’ website. A great website by this Japanese collector (TRS)¬who has a number¬of great (vintage) time pieces. Among them, the Girard-Perregaux¬Chronograph with Excelsior Park movement.
His site is really worth checking out. His collection also sports this great Ulysse Nardin Rattrapante Chronograph with Venus 179 movement. A watch produced in 1991 with a NOS 1960s movement by Venus.
All pictures by TRS of ‘In Memory of Time’.
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