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GO tradition products: escapement models, marine chronometer

July 26 2002 at 4:26 PM

Marcus Hanke  (Login mhanke)
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Maybe one or the other of you has wondered about the picture of the tourbillon model depicted upon entering our forum. This is a hand-made working model of a Glashuette-fashion tourbillon, produced by GO. What might be new for most of you is that GO offered not only that but some other specialities as 'tradition products' in their early catalogues. I will show them here, in separate posts, due to the size of the scans.

If someone of you is interested in obtaining such a product, please don't hesitate to query at GO. During my visit last November I saw some people acutally working on these, so they might still be available.

So here is the first of the 'tradition products':

Ref. 1-72-99-00-03
It is the scale model of the tourbillon you already know from our entry pic. It features a chronometer spring escapement and runs for 48 hours (wound with a key).
1997 list price: EUR 15,479

Ref. 1-72-99-00-05
Working model of a Glashuette anchor escapement
1997 list price: EUR 9,541

Ref. 1-72-99-00-06
Glashuette wheel work, chronometer escapement with yoke
The cocks for the yoke and chronometer wheel are made after a historic model. This model was limited to 5 pieces only.
1997 list price: EUR 20,385

Ref. 1-72-99-00-01
Glashuette wheel work with toothed piston escapement
1997 list price: EUR 9,549

Ref. 1-72-00-00-03
Glashuette marine chronometer
Chronometer escapement, power reserve 56 hours, limited to 30 pieces
1997 list price: EUR 13,154

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