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    Question pregunta sencilla Arnold&Son

    pues eso sencillamente queria preguntar el rango de precios en los que se mueve la marca, y si son calibres propios(manufactura)?

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    En la página web de Uhren: http://www.deutsche-uhren.com/relojes/index.html tienes creo que todos los modelos y sus precios.

    Saludos.

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    Graias por la informacion

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    Me he confundido con Dornbluth& Sohn, disculpas.

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    Son ManufactuLa... chinitos

    Salues
    Comorlll???

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    peldon pelo son suizos, concretamente de La Chaux-de-Fonds
    http://www.arnoldandson.com/index.en.html

    y aqui algunas notas historicas de la marca
    Arnold & Son History
    Arnold & Son is the fruit of England's wide-ranging interest in the manufacture of marine timepieces.
    1736 John Arnold is born in Cornwal. After is apprenticeship with is father at the age of 20, he left
    for Holland where he learned German.
    1764 He opened is first workshop, at the Strand in London. He gained immediate recognition by
    successfully repairing a complicated watch from Sir McGuire, a known watchmaking
    aficionados.
    1764 Produced an impressive Minute Repeater-ring and presented it as a gift to King George III,
    thereby instantly gaining access to circles of wealthy people.
    Joins the Longitude Prize- competition: the search of a reliable method for calculating
    longitude at sea, to stop heavy maritime losses and accelerate the expansion of Britain’s
    empire.
    He was recognised as the specialist par excellence in marine timepieces, and invented both the
    detent escapement and bimetallic balance.
    1770 John Arnold meets the new, stricter ‘Longitude Prize’- requirement for watchmaker-longitude
    methods: Two identical clock- prototypes are tested both at sea and on land. Entrepreneurial
    skills and technical genius give him an edge over competitors. He finally co-wins the Longitude
    Prize (the prize was effectively won and shared by 4 clockmakers).
    1773 His invention of the ‘detent escapement’ and his other significant movement designimprovements
    allowed him to make the first ever ‘Pocket Chronometer’ (chronometer N°36).
    1792 His son John Roger Arnold studies for a year in Paris with his father’s friend:
    Abraham-Louis Breguet.
    1796 John Roger joins his fathers’ firm. ‘Arnold & Son’ quickly became by far the leading supplier to
    the Royal Navy.
    1811 John Roger adopts his nephew as his successor but the latter dies in 1829.
    1826 John Roger and Edward John Dent (another London clockmaker) conclude a 10 yearpartnership
    contract.
    1843 John Roger dies and ‘Arnold & Son’ is repurchased by Charles Frodsham.
    1792 – 1916: Arnold chronometers accompany numerous famous British explorers: Cook, Phipps,
    Vancouver, Flinders, Dr.Livingstone, John Franklin, Sir Ernest Shackleton, etc.
    1990’s Arnold & Son’s saga is perpetuated by a team of outstanding engineers and watchmakers in La
    Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland

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    Coño!!! me estaba confundiendo con Colomer & Sons

    jajajajajajja

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    Además de lo que dice el compañero, montan ETASAS con predilección por la serie 289x en muchas de sus variantes y calidades... En cuanto al precio, son bastante caros, aunque tienen unos diseños interesantes y mucha calidad en cuanto acabados...

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    peldon pelo son suizos, concretamente de La Chaux-de-Fonds
    http://www.arnoldandson.com/index.en.html

    y aqui algunas notas historicas de la marca
    Arnold & Son History
    Arnold & Son is the fruit of England's wide-ranging interest in the manufacture of marine timepieces.
    1736 John Arnold is born in Cornwal. After is apprenticeship with is father at the age of 20, he left
    for Holland where he learned German.
    1764 He opened is first workshop, at the Strand in London. He gained immediate recognition by
    successfully repairing a complicated watch from Sir McGuire, a known watchmaking
    aficionados.
    1764 Produced an impressive Minute Repeater-ring and presented it as a gift to King George III,
    thereby instantly gaining access to circles of wealthy people.
    Joins the Longitude Prize- competition: the search of a reliable method for calculating
    longitude at sea, to stop heavy maritime losses and accelerate the expansion of Britain’s
    empire.
    He was recognised as the specialist par excellence in marine timepieces, and invented both the
    detent escapement and bimetallic balance.
    1770 John Arnold meets the new, stricter ‘Longitude Prize’- requirement for watchmaker-longitude
    methods: Two identical clock- prototypes are tested both at sea and on land. Entrepreneurial
    skills and technical genius give him an edge over competitors. He finally co-wins the Longitude
    Prize (the prize was effectively won and shared by 4 clockmakers).
    1773 His invention of the ‘detent escapement’ and his other significant movement designimprovements
    allowed him to make the first ever ‘Pocket Chronometer’ (chronometer N°36).
    1792 His son John Roger Arnold studies for a year in Paris with his father’s friend:
    Abraham-Louis Breguet.
    1796 John Roger joins his fathers’ firm. ‘Arnold & Son’ quickly became by far the leading supplier to
    the Royal Navy.
    1811 John Roger adopts his nephew as his successor but the latter dies in 1829.
    1826 John Roger and Edward John Dent (another London clockmaker) conclude a 10 yearpartnership
    contract.
    1843 John Roger dies and ‘Arnold & Son’ is repurchased by Charles Frodsham.
    1792 – 1916: Arnold chronometers accompany numerous famous British explorers: Cook, Phipps,
    Vancouver, Flinders, Dr.Livingstone, John Franklin, Sir Ernest Shackleton, etc.
    1990’s Arnold & Son’s saga is perpetuated by a team of outstanding engineers and watchmakers in La
    Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland

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    Pues no los conocia pero como los de terminar en ..................& sons esta muy de moda puede inducir a error a lo no iniciados

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