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Star Legacy

Classical timepieces where watchmaking artisanal know-how meets Montblanc legacy

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True elegance is timeless

The Star Legacy line has its roots firmly planted in the Legacy of Minerva, combining the same classic design code with some of the highest technologies of today. The collection perpetuates traditional craftsmanship and emphasizes elegance through refined timepieces, powered by mechanical movements with modern twists, that will be everyday companions.

From elegant pocket watch to Star Legacy

The Montblanc Star Legacy timepieces feature elements taken from the Minerva pocket watches and first wristwatches of the late 19th - beginning of the 20th century era. As of 1880s, Minerva had started to specialize in timekeepers that could be wound with a crown. These innovative pocket watches were among the first to be wound without a separate key, one of the reasons why Minerva experienced global success and expansion early on.

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Minerva Origins

New Innovative system invented by the Manufacture to rewind pochet watches.

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Minerva Origins

New Innovative system invented by the Manufacture to rewind pochet watches.

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Design and codes inspired from 19th and 20th watchmaking

The contemporary timepieces include round polished pebble-shaped cases and railway minute track, like those found on antique pocket watches; onion-shaped crowns with the recognisable Montblanc emblem and refined dials with the iconic exploding star guilloché pattern.

Movements with strong identity

Today, the Maison brings its expertise to in-house complications that continue Minerva’s tradition of fine watchmaking, such as with Orbis Terratum – a practical and easy-to-use worldtimer that brings style and legibility; or with the tribute to Nicolas Rieussec Monopusher Chronograph with its distinctive off‑centre dial and chronograph turning discs with connecting hand that is reminiscent of the original inking chronograph invented by Rieussec in 1821.

"This particular large balance wheel with screws, which is positioned outside of the tourbillon’s rotating cage, raised 4.15 mm higher than the dial and appears to be floating above it."

Today, the Maison brings its expertise to in-house complications that continue Minerva’s tradition of fine watchmaking, such as with Orbis Terratum – a practical and easy-to-use worldtimer that brings style and legibility; or with the tribute to Nicolas Rieussec Monopusher Chronograph with its distinctive off‑centre dial and chronograph turning discs with connecting hand that is reminiscent of the original inking chronograph invented by Rieussec in 1821.

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Over 160 years of tradition

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