18ct yellow gold,  reference 6111 Chronomètre Royal wristwatch. Made 1955
18ct yellow gold,  reference 6111 Chronomètre Royal wristwatch. Made 1955
18ct yellow gold,  reference 6111 Chronomètre Royal wristwatch. Made 1955
18ct yellow gold,  reference 6111 Chronomètre Royal wristwatch. Made 1955
18ct yellow gold,  reference 6111 Chronomètre Royal wristwatch. Made 1955
18ct yellow gold,  reference 6111 Chronomètre Royal wristwatch. Made 1955
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, 18ct yellow gold,  reference 6111 Chronomètre Royal wristwatch. Made 1955
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, 18ct yellow gold,  reference 6111 Chronomètre Royal wristwatch. Made 1955
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, 18ct yellow gold,  reference 6111 Chronomètre Royal wristwatch. Made 1955
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, 18ct yellow gold,  reference 6111 Chronomètre Royal wristwatch. Made 1955
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, 18ct yellow gold,  reference 6111 Chronomètre Royal wristwatch. Made 1955
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, 18ct yellow gold,  reference 6111 Chronomètre Royal wristwatch. Made 1955

18ct yellow gold, reference 6111 Chronomètre Royal wristwatch. Made 1955

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Vacheron & Constantin
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  • Brand: Vacheron & Constantin
  • Made: 1955
  • Model: Chronomètre Royal
  • Reference: 6067
  • Calibre: P1007/BS
  • Movement: Manual
  • Material: 18ct yellow gold
  • Features/complications: Integrated "Maltese" lugs
  • Dial: Silvered dial with outer minute track featuring applied gold prism and double baton hour indices, sword style hands with subsidiary seconds at 6 o'clock
  • Case dimensions: 34mm 
  • Bracelet/strap: Leather strap
  • Accessories: Extract from the Archives
  • Web reference: 1763

Essay: The “Chronomètre Royal by Vacheron Constantin, Genève” became a registered trademark on May 28th, 1907 when the first pocket-watch bearing this prestigious name was presented. Thereafter, in the 1950's the name was used on only those fitted with a chronometer certified movement.