It’s been an especially good week of watch finds, with a host of delighting surprises and revelations. The way I see it, the beauty of the hunt is the knowledge which can be gained from it, and if you’re interested in learning a thing or two, I’d suggest you keep reading. From a Vacheron Constantin cased like you’ve never seen before, to a Rolex with Japanese roots, we’ve got the higher end covered. Towards the middle, there’s a Valjoux 72-powered chronograph by Bovet, and with an eye for accessibility, we’ve included a stunning Omega tank and Tissot with a twist of American horological history. In that I ran out of witty ways to segue into the column long ago, let’s just kick off the nerd-out fest.
- The Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Traditionnelle World Time Explained (VIDEO)
- An Aerial Look At The Vallée de Joux (VIDEO)
- Vacheron Constantin Introduces The Overseas Perpetual Calendar Chronograph: It Looks Good, Really Good
- The Beauty of Vintage Vacheron In Detail: What Teardrop Lugs and A Star Dial Can Do To A Watch
- SOLD: A Unique Vacheron Constantin and Unique Patek Philippe from the Epic Collection of James Ward Packard
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