Vacheron Constantin Moonphase Triple Calendar
In 1755, when Jean-Marc Vacheron signed on his first apprentice, Vacheron Constantin was born. With their first silver pocket-watch in 1755, Vacheron Constantin became the oldest watch manufacture still operating today.
The first watch complication came in 1790. Vacheron Constantin, had developed a way to showcase the day, date, and time on the face of their pocket-watch and this changed the watch game forever.
In 1952, the triple date wristwatch with moonphases was born. This new shape of watch moved away from their classic round pocket-watch, which they became known for. In 1998, this model would reappear in the Toledo models and again in the Historiques collection in 2003.
To understand the value of these watches, just do a quick google search of the Vacheron Constantin Moonphase Triple Calendar. When you do this, you will find models from the 1950s, 1980s and early 2000s ranging in prices from 20,000 – 50,000 depending on the condition and materials.
At Jonathan’s, we are always on the look out for these watches. If you are looking to sell or trade your watch-in, schedule an appointment with us to get the best offer available. If you are on the search to find a particular model, we can help there too. We have helped hundreds of clients locate some of these rare models.