Raymond Weil completed its quartet of Maestro watches in collaboration with the trustees of The Beatles in 2021, but is back for a spectacular encore by offering all four of the limited editions in a one-off box set.
Three thousand of each watch have been made since the first was launched in 2016, all of them uniquely numbered.
The Fab Four box set contains number 0001 of each model.
It is on sale today on the Raymond Weil website for CHF 20,000, with all proceeds from the sale being donated to Nordoff Robins, the UK’s largest music therapy charity.
The first Beatles-themed watch, the Maestro 2237-ST-BEAT1, was released in 2016.
It had a silver dial marked with Beatles album titles around the hour track.
The official Beatles logo sat in the lower portion of the dial and a special ‘Help’ index, depicting the Fab Four.
One year later Raymond Weil launched the Maestro The Beatles “Abbey Road” Limited Edition, which had a black dial that looked like a mini vinyl disc.
The band members are shown in their iconic line as they stroll across a zebra crossing outside the famous London studios.
In 2019, The Beatles “Sgt Pepper’s” Limited Edition Maestro was unveiled.
Measuring 40mm in diameter, the case came with yellow gold PVD and the watch was given a vegan leather strap.
A replica of the drum motif, pictured on the album cover of ‘Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’, took pride of place at the heart of the dial. In addition, the Beatles logo sat at 6 o’clock.
2021 marked the final chapter of the Fab Four watches when the Let it Be Maestro dropped with a semi-openworked dial showing off the regulating organ, spring barrel and other parts of the movement.