The Ultimate Seiko Alpinist Collectors Guide
THE SEIKO ALPINIST Seiko introduced the Alpinist wristwatch in 1961 with the intention of it becoming a reliable timepiece for Japanese mountain climbers...
Blancpain Fifty Fathoms: Mil Spec Watches
The year 1953 saw innovations in the dive watch industry that would resound and set the standards for future generations. This was the year when Blancpai...
The Seiko 6139 – 600X Collectors Guide
The 1960s saw many in the watch industry looking to capitalise on increased demand for automatic watches. In 1969, Seiko delivered by introducing what wa...
Enicar Sherpa Pilot (2 Crown Models)
INTRODUCTION An earlier article focusing on the development of the Enicar Sherpa brand covered single crown models culminating in the two models with bezels, th...
Enicar Graph Collector’s Guide
INTRODUCTION A separate article has documented the development of the Sherpa brand which you can read here, and the further development of various models of 36m...
Grand Seiko Collector’s Guide
GRAND SEIKO THE WORLD’S BEST The original Grand Seiko watch and the line of watches that followed would be a game-changer for the Japanese watchmaker. The Gra...
Breguet Type 20 Generation 1 Military Issue
INTRODUCTION Montres Breguet was founded in 1775 by the great inventor and clockmaker Abraham-Louis Breguet (1747-1823), and had its headquarters ...
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