Vacheron Constantin Jubilee 1755 Mens Watch
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18k Rhodium-Plated White Gold
Nickel Silver Gulloche, 250th anniversary motif
Vacheron Constantin Caliber 2475 (22k Gold oscillating weight, 28,800vph, 27 jewels)
Hours, minutes, center sweep seconds, day, date, power reserve
Sapphire Crystal - Anti Reflective Scratch Resistant
Sapphire Crystal Display Back
Rhodium-plated 18k WG, (screwed-on with fluting)
30m / 100ft (unsuitable for prolonged contact with water e.g. swimming, bathing)
18k White Gold
Day of the week, Date
43-hour power reserve
Watch Bracelet / Strap Material:
Leather - Brown Alligator
Watch Clasp Material:
Pin Buckle in 18k WG
Watch Bracelet Width:
Limited Edition of 252 pieces
18k gold numerals and markers and Poincon de Geneve quality hallmark, 1755 – 2005 secret signature at 12. See box
This stunning piece is one of only 501 limited numbered pieces
in the world. No more will ever be made. We were miraculously offered this piece by an Authorized European retailer.
The 501 pieces in White Gold (most popular), Yellow Gold and Rose Gold, and the 242 pieces in Platinum sum to 1755 limited edition pieces, corresponding to the year in which the Vacheron manufactory was founded.
Three-part case construction. Fine knurling on bezel and case-back. Hour and minute hand in 18k gold, fan shaped, inspired by 1926 vintage Vacheron Constantin model. Seconds hand in blued-steel, baton shaped. Counter hands in blue steel, dagger-shaped.
About Vacheron Constantin
Vacheron traces its history back to 1755 when Jean-Marc Vacheron established his watchmaking firm in Geneva. Francois Constantin joined in 1819 creating Vacheron & Constantin. In 1974, Vacheron & Constantin officially dropped the ampersand from the company name, although its wristwatches had already engraved with the newer title since the 1950s. Among its multitude of watchmaking firsts, Vacheron Constantin invented the winding crown. Today, Vacheron Constantin manufactures superb complications and exquisite wristwatches coveted by even the most discerning collector.
This watch is guaranteed 100% authentic, has original serial numbers and is shipped in factory-fresh,
brand new, unworn condition with all manufacturer documentation and packaging.
Package contains watch manufacturer's certificate of authenticity (if such certificate is applicable,
and provided by the manufacturer), tags, stickers, boxes, and user manuals.
30 Day Returns
We will gladly accept returns within 30 days of receipt of delivery. Watches must be returned to us in
brand new, unworn and undamaged condition. All domestic purchases showing as "In Stock" under $3000 will
receive a full refund minus shipping fees. A 10% restocking fee will apply on all other orders.
Gemnation ships your domestic order free via FedEx Insured Second Day after your order has been processed.
Please read the additional information section next to the watch to determine processing times.
Watches costing less than $200, will be shipped via FedEx Ground.
Two Year Warranty
We sell luxury timepieces at considerably lower prices than the manufacturers list price. Gemnation is not
an Authorized Vacheron Constantin Watch Dealer and is not affiliated with Vacheron Constantin. Authorized dealers are not permitted
to discount or sell watches on the Internet. For this reason, we choose not to be authorized watch dealers
for many of the brands that we sell.
Since we are not authorized dealers for many of the watch manufacturers, we may be unable to ship the original
watch manufacturers warranty. In all cases, however, we provide a Two Year Gemnation Warranty (active from the
date of purchase).
Gemnation utilizes a full-time Swiss-trained watchmaker who is licensed and trained to repair every brand and
model of watch that we sell. If we can supply the original warranty we provide this information in the individual
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