(1930) TIS­SOT ANTIMAGNÉTIQUE

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Vacheron Con­stantin pi­o­neered early ex­per­i­ments in anti-mag­netism, and Charles Edouard Guil­laume’s 1896 in­ven­tion of In­var (and later Elin­var, for which he re­ceived the No­bel Prize for physics) brought watch­mak­ing a long way for­ward in terms of anti-mag­netic ma­te­ri­als. How­ever, the first fully anti-mag­netic wrist­watch is at­trib­uted to Tis­sot.

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