Category : Other Vintage Watch Guides
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...
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 ...
Breguet Type 20 Civilian, Generation 1 , 2 and 3
INTRODUCTION An earlier article looked at the development of the Type 20 watch specification and the development of the Breguet Type 20 model which you can read...
Omega Railmaster: A Collector’s Guide
Initially starting in 1848, Omega has worked its way into becoming a worldwide brand. Being known as the brand that produced reliable and accurate watches, Omeg...
Omega Chronostop 145.008 Collector’s Guide
In the case of premium luxury brands, there will always be an entry-level, a sense of belonging but not quite being there. It’s what the Boxster is to a Porsc...
The Tudor “Snowflake” Submariner Collector’s Guide
Collectors use the name “Snowflake” to refer the Tudor Submariners with reference numbers 7016/0, 7021/0, 9104/0, and 9411/0 produced from 1969 to 1975  ...
The Breitling Top Time Collector’s Guide
Breitling Top Time is the name given to the series of watches characterized by a bold and elegant design, which were also useful tools for professional pilots a...
Seiko 7A28 Collector’s Guide
INTRODUCTION Seiko 7A28 is a series of watches that introduced the first analogue display quartz chronograph movement to the world. Seiko launched the series in...
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