Les Collectionneurs Reference 7375

7375 36 mm Yellow Gold

Les collectionneurs reference 7375

7375

This automatic “Royal Chronometer” presents an 18K yellow gold, cushion-shaped case, with its sloping case middle and integrated horns, typical of the 1970s. This watch, a perfect example of Vacheron Constantin's precision models, offered the vintage charm of the not so distant past, when telling the time was a sort of hobby.

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Size
36 mm
Thickness
11 mm
Movement
Automatic
Les collectionneurs reference 7375
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7375 36 mm Yellow Gold
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Watch

Weight
64 grams
Year of production
1973
Year of sale
1973
Special features
Royal Chronometer
Origin
Swiss made

Case

Material
Yellow Gold
Size
36 mm
Thickness
11 mm

Bracelet

Material of the bracelets
Calf
Size
19/16

Buckle

Type
Ardillon
Material
Yellow Gold

Dial

Indexes type and material
Black lacquered yellow gold baton indexes
Reference
K1072/1
Energy
Automatic
Thickness
mm
Indications
Calendar

About this watch

The Royal Chronometer range was launched in 1907 when Vacheron Constantin, whose watches regularly won awards in chronometry competitions, decided to apply the same quality of movement to its standard-production watches.

A new milestone was reached in 1953, when the same level of precision was achieved for wristwatches. From then on, the Manufacture offered its Royal Chronometer in several case shapes, first with the hand-wound 1007/1008BS movement, then with Caliber K1072/1.


About the caliber

The movement K1072/1 was Vacheron Constantin's first automatic chronometer caliber, It appeared in 1959 and remained in production until the range was discontinued in the late 1970s. Even today, this caliber is considered a masterpiece in its category, double-stamped with the Hallmark of Geneva. It features a variable inertia balance (Gyromax) and a mobile piton holder for fine adjustment of the mechanism. The finish is equally meticulous, with a circular segment rotor in 18K gold with delicate barley-grain guilloché.

A trusted link with your timepiece

Each timepiece from this exclusive offer comes with a Digital Passport that provides trust and transparency thanks to key information such as the timepiece's Serial Number and History, information which will be updated throughout the watch's lifetime. A certificate of authenticity and a two-year warranty will aslo be available. 

A link between the past and the present

Enthusiasts and connoisseurs are now able to fulfill their ultimate goal of possessing one of these rare, vintage watches. Carefully selected by the Heritage Department and restored according to the rules of the art within the Manufacture, these Vacheron Constantin timepieces dating from the 20th century are now part of the collection "Les Collectionneurs". 

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The preservation of rare watches

Perpetuating the beat of an age-old movement, ensuring the sustainability of a watch passed on from generation to generation, this is what gives meaning to the long and meticulous work of our Master Craftsmen. Every restoration is a special case and sometimes requires forgotten expertise... Consequently, the result goes well beyond all expectations. 

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