Interesting museum dial

A stollen design from a stolen design… here is a 1980s manual wind museum dial “homage”. as we know, Movado also stole the design from Horwitt, who only received $29k after he sued them. the poor guy saw his design on clocks and watches everywhere, but pretty much never received true credit for his design. 

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BEST German Christmas Stollen (Christstollen) - The Daring Gourmet

Stollen design.  Nice watch!

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Before I developed a real interest in watches, I wore a Movado Museum watch. I just loved the simple look of the watch (still do). 

A quick Google search revealed that the Horwitt design was manufactured by Vacheron & Constantin-Le Coultre in 1947, with the Movado knockoff following in 1948. I was never able to find out much about the authorized version - do you happen to know if it was ever mass produced?

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Before I developed a real interest in watches, I wore a Movado Museum watch. I just loved the simple look of the watch (still do). 

A quick Google search revealed that the Horwitt design was manufactured by Vacheron & Constantin-Le Coultre in 1947, with the Movado knockoff following in 1948. I was never able to find out much about the authorized version - do you happen to know if it was ever mass produced?

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I still love movado museum watches. I have a couple as well! And unfortunately as far as I know, there were only three of those models produced.