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Collection by Montres L.Leroy S.A.

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Montre-médaillon «à tact», en or, guillochée et émaillée, sertie de 17 ct. de diamants. Signée Le Roy – Horloger de S.A.I. et R. Madame à Paris, N°3191, vers 1810. Coll. du Musée Patek Philippe, © Patek Philippe Museum, Genève / Pendulette d'officier Patek Philippe, Madame, Clock, Paris, Accessories, Decor, Products, Watch, Montmartre Paris

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Petite montre de poche en or émaillée et sertie, modifiée pour être montée sur bracelet, commissionnée par intérêt royal en 1874 Cuvette signée Le Roy & Fils, «To The Queen», 57 New Bond Street, London – Paris. Made in France et gravée de la couronne royale. Vers 1875. © Coll. du Musée L.Leroy Made In France, Or, Queen, London, Paris, Products, Sons, Montmartre Paris, Paris France

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Chronomètre de bord, échappement à détente, axes de balancier et de roue d'échappement chatonnés diamant, fusée-chaine. Signé L.Leroy & Cie N°1252. Produit pour la Marine italienne en 1916. © Coll. du Musée L.Leroy / Chronomètre de bord type Ec 3, Watch Brands, Clock, Watches, Products, Diamond, Watch, Wristwatches

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#Baselworld2014 L.Leroy presents a preview of a number of pieces from its private collection of historical watches – a prelude to a major travelling exhibition.  On show from March 27th to April 3rd, Hall 1.1, Stand A51. Travelling, March, Presents, Number, Watches, Collection, Products, Gifts, Wristwatches

#Baselworld2014 L.Leroy presents a preview of a number of pieces from its private collection of historical watches – a prelude to a major travelling exhibition. On show from March 27th to April 3rd, Hall 1.1, Stand A51.

1863, Watchmakers to the Queen of England. The House of Le Roy & Fils, witnessing the successful growth of their business, decided in 1854 to open up a boutique in London in Regent Street and later on another one in New Bond Street. In 1863 Queen Victoria granted Leroy & Sons the much sought-after « Royal Warrant », authorising them to use the coveted title "Watchmakers to the Queen" – a great honour for a French company, Le Roy being the only active foreign House to have earned the title. Queen Of England, Bond Street, Queen Victoria, Open Up, Thing 1 Thing 2, A Boutique, Sons, Spaces, French

1863, Watchmakers to the Queen of England. The House of Le Roy & Fils, witnessing the successful growth of their business, decided in 1854 to open up a boutique in London in Regent Street and later on another one in New Bond Street. In 1863 Queen Victoria granted Leroy & Sons the much sought-after « Royal Warrant », authorising them to use the coveted title "Watchmakers to the Queen" – a great honour for a French company, Le Roy being the only active foreign House to have earned the title.

Travel “alarm clock” c. 1788 by Charles Le Roy. Marie-Antoinette is believed to have ordered this watch as a gift for the man thought to be her lover, Count Axel de Fersen, Ambassador and Marshall of Kingdom of Sweden. Marie Antoinette, Versailles, Kingdom Of Sweden, French Royalty, Old Watches, Pocket Watches, Travel Alarm Clock, Old Clocks, Vintage Clocks

Travel “alarm clock” c. 1788 by Charles Le Roy. Marie-Antoinette is believed to have ordered this watch as a gift for the man thought to be her lover, Count Axel de Fersen, Ambassador and Marshall of Kingdom of Sweden.