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Jubilee 1755 85250/000P-9141
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Vacheron Constantin Jubilee 1755 85250/000P-9141

  • BrandVacheron Constantin
  • SeriesOlder Models
  • Reference Number85250/000P-9141
  • Retail Price$46,700.00
  • AvailabilityDiscontinued
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Condition:
Unworn**
Case Size:
40 mm
Also Known As:
85250000P9141
Gender:
Gents
Movement:
Automatic
Functions:
Hours, Minutes, Day, Date, Seconds, Power Reserve
Power Reserve:
42 Hours
Case Materials:
Platinum
Bezel:
Platinum
Case Back:
Transparent (See-Through)
Crown:
Screw Down
Dial Color:
White
Band Type:
Leather
Clasp Type:
Tang
Signatures:
Vacheron Constantin
Included Items:
Manufacturer's Box and Papers
Lugs Material:
Platinum
Strap Color:
Black
Description:
252 individually numbered limited edition pieces. 18k gold numerals and markers and Poincon de Geneve quality hallmark, 1755 ?2005 secret signature at 12.
This watch features a unique case with special lugs.
It also features hands that were made just for this model as well as secret signature on the dial near 12 o'clock.
The Vacheron Constantin Jubilee 1755 Model- limited edition of 252 pieces utilizing self-winding automatic movement using Vacheron Constantin Caliber 2475.
It has a 43-hour power reserve.
The Vacheron Constantin Jubilee 1755 has a 40-mm platinum case with smooth bezel and screw-down crown.
Transparent sapphire crystal caseback and black crocodile leather strap with tang buckle in platinum.
An anti-reflective scratch-resistant sapphire crystal protects the Vacheron Constantin Jubilee 1755 - white dial with 18K gold numerals and markers and Poincon de Geneve quality hallmark
There is a 1755 – 2005 secret signature at 12, date sub-dial at 3 o'clock position, power reserve indicator at 6 o'clock position, and day indicator at 9 o'clock position.
This timepiece is water resistant to 30 meters (100 feet) which makes it suitable for splashing and light rain but not for swimming or diving.
1755 is the year Vacheron Constantin started in Geneva.