|Price||price on request|
|Case diameter||50 mm|
|Chronograph, Double Chronograph|
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Montbrillant Rattrapante pocket Chronograph - split second pocket watch - 1929
Pocket watches (not stopwatches) Breitling are unrecognized rarities 1. Ranges, as Chronograph particularly valuable and rare. You can find faster 1000 pocket watches from Patek Philippe on the market as a single Breitling.
Pocket watches are watches with chronograph function with an additional mechanism for short-term measurements. You will be using a second hand usually stored centrally produced, with printers in the side of the housing, or the crown started, stopped and reset to zero.
The usual Chronograph is a "ratchet wheel-chronograph". This mechanism causes the ratchet wheel operated from the outside via a pusher the starting, stopping and resetting the chronograph hand.
The King of the stopwatch functions is the
(Pointers-chronograph); a stop with two superimposed chronograph hands, for example, in sport in order to be able to measure lap times. The hand will be launched jointly by means of a push-button; then the Doppelzeiger is stopped while the chrono hand and continue for also can be stopped. A renewed push of a button, the Doppelzeiger jump back under the chrono hand down gracefully, then together. Since the Doppelzeiger chrono hand dragged by this mechanism also means "drag-chronograph".
The operation of the "hauling" of the chronograph hand by the Doppelzeiger describes the French language as the "Rattraper" (= will catch up).
Similar to the minute repetition, the mechanics of the drag-Chronograph a special challenge for the Uhrenkonstrukteure. Finally, it will be to master the task, two stopping mechanisms for staying in a clock and to link. A Chronograph for gourmets.
In 1922, Patek Philippe A rattrapante-watch on the market. The watch with the No. 124824 and the case no. 235326 WAS ON 14. Nov. 1999 at Antiquorium under Lot 448 for 1,918,387 US$ shall be auctioned. This was the highest price at this time, the ever for a wristwatch in an auction has been achieved.
Here we offer a fine pocket watch with Rattrapante
By G. Leon Breitling Montbrillant Watch My
Beautiful pocket watch with chronograph function and pointers; rare - face heavy chrome plated Doppelscharniergehause in good conservation
Perfectly preserved Spitzenwerk
Valjoux 9-KVR 19" Lines
With Breguet-spiral and screw balance, with eccentric - precision adjustment - absolutely great condition, a precision masterpiece: there are at least 4 hand mid stacked on top!
Diameter approx. 50 mm, manufactured by 1929
Here, I am pleased to offer a real rarity:
From the collections of the single Breitling museum of the world, the following clock auction:
A technically and visually very appealing Piece
From the early days of the Breitling chronometer manufacture! (Only very rarely can be unambiguously assigned Chronograph from this time!)
And even less are signed ... This is it!
All functions work perfectly (stop, start, reset etc. )
Condition case: chromed, for old age only very small signs of usage, all lid close/open properly
Diameter 5 cm (without the neck and straps!)
The watch is in very good condition,
The watchmaker completely REVISIONED
And with 1 year warranty
Breitling pocket watch
Nickel plated Breitling pocket watch with 30 minutes split second chronograph.
In very nice working condition and with hardly any wear to the case.
The watch has a Valjoux 9, 19 '" movement and dates from approximately the 1929
Case number which is detailed in both outer and inner back plate is 286923.
No dents anywhere, no chips on the dial (apart from a very small hairline 5mm which is located 2mm from the edge of the dial and can only be seen when the glass is removed) and no damage to the glass. Clip backs equipment components tightly and watch functions are all working fine.
Small sub seconds dial at number 6 for the watch side. Small 30 minute counter at the 12 position for the chronograph. The name Breitling detailed at the top of this sub dial. Split second button at the 11 position with start and stop button at the top of the crown, along with the watch winder.
I have never seen one in such great condition and not to be missed.