Montblanc's latest Heritage Watches pay tribute to Minervas from the 40s and 50s

The brand continues to craft some of the most beautiful remastered classics in the watch industry.
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Montblanc Heritage Watches Spring 2020

Montblanc continues to pull from the Minerva archives with three new Heritage Watches that recall the company's styles from the 1940s and 1950s. One of our favorites is the Heritage Monopusher Chronograph (above - $4,950) with its 42mm stainless steel case and salmon dial. The centerpiece of the collection is the Heritage Manufacture Pulsograph Limited Edition 100 that features a Montblanc Manufacture monopusher chronograph Calibre MB M13.2 housed inside a beautiful 40mm 18k rose gold case. Last but not least is the Montblanc Heritage Automatic in 18k yellow gold with a lacquered British Racing Green dial and a matching British Racing Green Sfumato leather strap. 

$4,950-$33,000, montblanc.com

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