Jules Verne watches get a piece of the moon in Vernoscope, courtesy of Louis Monet!


A piece on the moon is darn good collectible, right? Bundle it with a stunning new timepiece in an even more intriguing presentation box, and you have an object fit for public viewing! The Espace Jules Verne of the Maison d’Ailleurs, Yverdon witnessed unveiling of the Vernoscope. This box is 50 cm wide and 50 cm high. With mahogany base highlights, the box spots brass and copper pipes and counters four openings. Apart from an artistic display of moon meteorite particles by artist Jean-Yves Kervévan, the box also showcases four original “Number 1 watches”.

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The price for the entire set is $149,485. The Jules Verne Instrument 1 is available in three variants, 60 each in silver and black dials and 12 in a Havana dial. The Jules Verne Instrument 2 is also available in three variants, 60 each in silver and black dials and 12 in a Midnight blue dial.
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