Montblanc creates new line from lost box of calibers

Minerva calibre 2003

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

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

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

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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 ($20,567).

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