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Montblanc creates new line from lost box of calibres

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Montblanc has found a new use for a recently rediscovered box of 38 original Minerva MB M62.00 calibres from 2003.

The new Montblanc Heritage Small Second Limited Edition 38 utilises the rediscovered calibres.

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Inspired by 1950s Minerva timepieces, the watches have a vintage design and bear the Minerva name in a ‘secret signature’.

The creation features a 39mm stainless steel case, a distinctive lacquered two-tone salmon dial and a matching grey Sfumato alligator strap. The piece is also watertight at up to 50m.

The timepiece sells for £15,900.

Montblanc brings 1920s Minerva watches into the 21st century

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