After discovering a hidden box of original Minerva movements, Montblanc set forth to create a new limited-edition Heritage model using those coveted calibers. Limited to 38 examples, the Heritage Small Second Limited Edition features a perfectly-sized 39mm stainless steel case, a lacquered two-tone salmon dial, and a grey Sfumato alligator leather strap. The movement is a manually-wound MB M62.00 with a 50-hour power reserve, which was originally inspired by a Pythagore calibre in 1948 and was then reimagined in 2003 with improved finishings.
Montblanc's latest Heritage Watches pay tribute to Minervas from the 40s and 50s
The brand continues to craft some of the most beautiful tributes in the watch industry.
Montblanc releases a re-edition of Minerva's monopusher chronograph from the 1930s
Based on the watch that inspired the company's entire 1858 collection.
Montblanc draws from classic Minerva timepieces for its 1858 Collection
The company brings 157 years of watchmaking heritage to its newest watches.