The pink dial Eberhardt is sick (left center). I also like the Universal (top right) although it's supposedly a huge watch at like 45mm. Of course the Lange is incredible, but easier obtained than the other two.
I'd love to have a split seconds chrono, but with the last Phillips auction and Hodinkee hyping up them up, I doubt I can afford one.
Short story is the family retained the rights to the name/brand through all the years and started making watches again once the Berlin Wall fell and East Germany was unified with West Germany. In 1990 with financial assistance from several Swiss watch makers, they started making watches and their first watch, Lange 1 set the benchmark for future watches to follow. A few years back I visited their store in Dresden and as an owner given a couple of nice gifts and an afternoon coffee. Couple of pictures of the store and my 1815, the Lange 1 is in a safety deposit box as I said for special occasions, otherwise I would have posted that picture as well.