However, to put it in perspective, these are the days when Patek can charge around $30,000, depending on the model, for a Calatrava. At the other end of the scale, of course, there’s the Lange Saxonia Thin 37mm, which is $14,800, albeit for a hand-wound watch with no date guichet. In the abstract, I’d love to see this Vacheron, with all its wonderful, and all its wonderful expression of a certain tradition of high-grade Swiss watchmaking, priced in accordance with standard practices from even ten years ago but that would require not just Vacheron, but the entire watch and probably the entire , to be very different from what it is.
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