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anyone got pics of the Cal. 777Q?

November 25 2006 at 7:40 AM

ei8htohms  (Login ei8htohms)
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Hi All,

I'm quite surprised that I still haven't seen any pictures of the new Breguet movements with the silicium escapement bits. I've seen the macro shots of the bits in question, but I have yet to see a full movement shot of either the Cal. 591A (which probably looks a heck of a lot like the Cal. 591 (former Lemania 8810)) or the Cal. 777Q. Does anyone have any pictures of this mythical beastie?

Thanks!

_john

 
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Marcus (Zurich)
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Me too, I did not see it yet...

November 26 2006, 6:40 AM 

but I guess - as you mention - it will look similar to the 8810...
Actually a nice marketing move - to put a nowadays seldem used caliber back into the front line.. . Nice also because it is a great caliber!

 
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Breguet cal. 591A

November 26 2006, 2:37 PM 

Hi John,

Here's a movement photo of ref. 5197/cal. 591A scanned from Revolution, edition "USA 1":



And a movement detail photo by Alberto of what is called the cal. 5770 (?) from this year's Basel report:



Best regards,

Stephen Sugiyama

 
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ei8htohms
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thanks Stephen, that's the only Cal. 777Q shot I've seen thus far, it looks cool :) (nt)

November 26 2006, 3:58 PM 

nt

 
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