Montblanc is releasing a new Heritage timepiece with an original Minerva movement

The watch uses original Minerva MB M62.00 calibers from 2003.
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Montblanc Heritage Small Second Limited Edition 38

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. 

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