This chronograph model stems from a cooperative endeavour between the Musée International d'Horlogerie (MIH), its curator Ludwig Oechslin and the Manufacture Zenith. Its design clearly refers to the noblest horological traditions, with guilloché dial and hand-fitted facetted hour-markers and dauphine hands. The ingenious automatic El Primero 4054 chronograph is visible through the transparente sapphire-glass at the case-back.
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