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Vacheron Constantin

Patrimony Skeleton Perpetual Calendar CHF 65 000


A very rare, elegant and attractive highly complicated and ultra-thin rose gold wristwatch of the famous Swiss watch brand Vacheron Constantin, founded in 1755. Production period: 2007–2021, purchase year: 2022. Case made of 18k rose gold, diameter 39mm, 8.82mm thick, crown with embossed Maltese cross brand emblem, sapphire caseback with brand logo, reference and case numbers engraved on the rim, perpetual calendar correctors at 1, 4, 8 and 10 o’clock. Skeleton dial, rose gold hands, rose gold hour markers and Maltese cross on the outer rim. Self-winding caliber 1120 QP SQ, central rotor with a 21k gold segment, power reserve up to 40 hours. Watch and caliber marked by the prestigious Poinçon de Genève. Functions – indication of time in hours and minutes, perpetual calendar with indicators for the date at 3 o’clock, the day of the week at 9 o’clock, the 48-month indication with leap years at 12 o’clock, and the moonphase display at 6 o’clock. Vacheron Constantin dark-brown leather strap, Vacheron Constantin half Maltese cross-shaped 18k rose gold pin buckle. 


The present reference, 43172, made its debut in 2007 at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH). With a 39mm case, it was significantly larger than the previous 36mm perpetual calendar skeletonized reference 43032, which was the first-ever skeletonized self-winding perpetual calendar wristwatch from Vacheron Constantin. First launched in 1984, the highly complicated reference 43032 had the functions of a perpetual calendar, displaying the date, day of the week, month, and leap year cycle, along with a moonphase display. Collectors praise Vacheron Constantin skeletonized perpetual calendars for their great legibility, which is often sacrificed on skeletonized models, and their slim and elegant design arising from the use of the ultra-thin caliber 1120 QP, one of the thinnest in its category. The basic automatic movement is based on a JLC920 movement-blank supplied by Jaeger-LeCoultre, while the calendar module is based on a kit from the Dubois Dépraz factory. Both are long-term partners and suppliers of Vacheron Constantin. JLC920 was the thinnest automatic movement with a full-size rotor in the world when it came out in 1967, and it is still among the thinnest in its category. It is used to this day by Vacheron Constantin. 


CaseRose gold case 750/1000, with a sapphire caseback
StrapBrown alligator strap, with rose gold pin buckle
DialSkelotonized dial, with a white railroad minute disc, applied rose gold indices, month indicator at 12 o'clock, date indicator 3 o'clock, moonphase 6 o'clock, weekday indication at 9 o'clock, rose gold dauphine hands
MovementRose gold plated skelotonized and engraved automatic movement, with a perpetual calendar
Movement No.5232766
Case No.1285593
D=39 mm


Case:Very good, nearly unworn
Strap:Very good, nearly unworn
Dial:Very good, mint condition
Movement:Very good, all functions working properly
Amplitude (Dial on top/Lift angle 52):Approx 300°
Accuracy (Dial on top):Approx +10 s/day


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If ordering from Switzerland or Europe, your watch will be sent the same working week. The courier will depend on the value of the watch, with all watches delivered the next working week.

If ordering from outside Europe, delivery will depend on the choice of courier and destination.

You can cancel your order without giving any reason, within 14 days from the day the watch has been delivered to you.


All of our pre-owned watches have undergone thorough mechanical inspections, including being ultrasonically cleaned, serviced and resealed if appropriate and tested for at least four days, to ensure they meet our highest timekeeping standards.

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