67mm Breguet Chronographe Spécial Pour Bugatti No. 2023 Replica Watch

The dashboard Breguet Chronographe Spécial Pour Bugatti No. 2023 Replica Watch was acquired from Artcurial during the closing auction of the Rétromobile Exhibition, an unmissable event for classic car enthusiasts. Its chrome-plated metal case measures 67 mm in diameter and houses a complication carefully chosen for the automotive industry: a tachymeter scale. Its cream dial, which bears the words “Spécial pour Bugatti”, features the famous blued-steel Breguet hands that were designed in 1783. Chronograph No. 2023 also has a cumulative minutes counter visible in an aperture at 6 o’clock and not a date aperture as many would think.

Its chrome-plated metal case measures 67 mm in diameter Breguet Chronographe Replica Watch  and houses a complication carefully chosen for the automotive industry: a tachymeter scale. Its cream dial, which bears the words “Spécial pour Bugatti”, features the famous blued-steel Breguet hands that were designed in 1783. Chronograph No. 2023 also has a cumulative minutes counter visible in an aperture at 6 o’clock and not a date aperture as many would think.

Breguet continues to expand its collection of antique pieces with the recent acquisition of their watch No. 2023, a special dashboard chronograph specially made for Bugatti. The Breguet No. 2023 watch testifies to the brilliant and remarkable diversification demonstrated by the Maison throughout its history.

The dashboard chronograph No. 2023 was produced during the interwar years and shows the highly diverse range of activities carried out by the watch Manufacture. The piece, which was originally sold to Bugatti in 1932, belongs to a series of nine car timepieces that Breguet designed specifically for the brand. Breguet is delighted to have acquired this precious timepiece, which enriches its already considerable collection of antique pieces.

In addition to creating pieces for the navy and the aeronautic industry, Breguet Replica Watch also supplied automotive brands throughout its history. Brilliant car manufacturer Ettore Bugatti, who was a faithful friend of the Maison, placed his order at the beginning of the 1930s. He wanted to fit his luxurious “Royale” cars with a chronograph featuring a tachymeter function, intended to be placed in the middle of the steering wheel. The Manufacture responded to his request by offering a range of timepieces that incorporated all the expertise acquired by the Maison since its foundation in 1775.

 
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