- Marca: Cronômetro
- Modelo: Barão Rio Branco Pocket Gold 18K
- Número: 206432
- Gênero: Male
- Características: Relógio de Bolso de Museu (Barao do Rio Branco); Movimento mecânico manual, highgrade, Segundo Subsidiario. Haute Horlogerie. Sofisticado e preciso, revisado. Ouro 18k
- Caixa: Ouro 18k, 53mm sem coroa; 2 tampas (hunting case). Acabamento em excelentes condiçoes. Assinado, numero de serie; Peso total: 87,6g (Peso da Caixa (ouro): 38g); Ricamente Gravado: Cronometro Barão do Rio Branco – Precision – Ancre 15 Rubis – Non-Magnetic – 7 Medalhas estampadas (brasões de contestaria)
- Fundo: Mostrador dial claro porcelana, Cronometro Barao Rio Branco; numerais romanos e ponteiros em preto (diferenciados). Segundos subsidiarios.
- Pulseira: Não
- Comentários: Oportunidade de adquirir um relógio de grande prestígio historico, (Famoso Barão de Rio Branco). Proveniência: colecionador local.
- Acompanha: Luxuoso Saco protetor e Sacola de luxo.
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Genuine, Rare Museum Piece Cronometro Barao Rio Branco (see history); Hunting case 18k gold pocket watch Subsidiary Seconds. Excellent enamelled dial. Size approx. 53 mm; total weigh: 87,6 g (case only 38g). Case hallmarked with Cronometro Barao do Rio Branco and 7 stamped prize medals. “Precision – Ancre 15 Rubis – Non-Magnetic” Running strong, professionally revised. Gold 18k Case. Rare, historic. Provenance: local collector. Includes protective velvet pouch.
High Grade Manual wind
Brazil, São Paulo
Number of jewels
Gold 18k Signed 7 medals
White Enamel perfect
Black roman numerals
Box & Papers not included
ABOUT BARAO RIO BRANCO: “...José Maria da Silva Paranhos Jr., Baron of Rio Branco (in Portuguese: Barão do Rio Branco) (April 20, 1845 – February 10, 1912); a Brazilian diplomat, geographer, historian, monarchist, politician and professor, considered to be the "father of Brazilian diplomacy". He was the son of a stateman. The Baron of Rio Branco was a member of the Brazilian Academy of Letters, from 1898 until his death in 1912. As a representative of Brazil, through his diplomacy, he managed to peacefully resolve Brazil's border disputes with its South American neighbours.
Rio Branco began his political career as a congressman in the House of Commons. From 1876 on, he was the Brazilian Consul General in Liverpool, England. He was also the Brazilian Ambassador in Berlin in the beginning of the 20th century.
Rio Branco's most important legacy to Brazil was his successful effort, as Minister of Foreign Affairs, in defining the country's borders with all of its neighbours. He was appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs in 1902 and retained office until 1912, under four different Presidents, a feat unequalled in Brazilian history.
Before and during his term, he negotiated territorial disputes between Brazil and some of its neighbours and consolidated the borders of modern Brazil. He is considered one of the most prominent Brazilian statesmen ever, as his proverbial work capacity, knowledge and skills were essential for the successful outcome of difficult boundary disputes, some of which submitted to international arbitration – such as with Argentina and France –, as well as for incorporating new territory (the state of Acre, originally Bolivian).
As a mediator he negotiated and settled disputes between the United States and many European countries. On those occasions, he never abandoned his belief in diplomacy as the means to handle international matters, thus helping establish Brazil's reputation as a peace-loving nation.
POPULARITY: In 1909, Rio Branco was encouraged to run for the Presidency, but he declined. He was very popular, however, among the people, at the time of his death, to the point of paralysing Carnival – another unparalleled feat in Brazilian history – on the day he died (February 10), when official mourning was declared. The first recorded instance of an official moment of silence dedicated to a person's death took place in Portugal on February 13, 1912. As a writer he wrote many books, dealing mostly with the history of Brazil, and was awarded prizes and occupied the seat of the Brazilian Academy of Literature.
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