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Recent Posts: The Watch Baron - Club Patek
The long-awaited Phillips Geneva auction saw its first half completed on Saturday 27th. Ahead of the second half of the Auction XI on Sunday, some
When a new watch enters my collection, there is always an element of uncertainty regarding how I will react after putting it on my wrist.
As a watch collector, what rings the bell loudest for you: condition or rarity? Watch collectors inevitably fall more into one category than another.
Recent Posts: The GP Chronicles
Without much words, let the photos speak for themselves and this wonderful Girard-Perregaux Sea Hawk I, 7100 with cream dial.Continue Reading
I think there is clearly a predominance of alarm watches on The GP Chronicles recently, but please allow me oneContinue Reading
Wristshot, 23rd June: Time to enjoy some vintage GP Alarm in the sun, like the blue dial Girard-Perregaux 9490. AContinue Reading
Recent Posts: The Blomman Watch Report
Next up on the Wooden Beam 2020 is a pair of watches which are similar but not same – the Jaeger-LeCoultre E 373 Powerwind and E 501 Futurematic. Both are bumper automatic movement watches with a power reserve indicator – but with very different display and execution.
During the 1950’s and 1960’s Girard-Perregaux produced a massive number of different references. Often with only small differences on the case and lugs… That in combination of different dials, hands and case metals… It is really hard to keep track of all – but some times there is a design element which makes you remember […]
We have now reached 1996 and the release of the Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Chronograph Retrograde, the forth of the Pink Gold Limited Edition Reverso with complications. This time Jaeger-LeCoultre opted for a 30 minutes retrograde chronograph. Personally, I am not really into chronograph as a complication… I find it less useful than the alarm function in […]