We both know you’re already familiar with a little old watch called the Submariner, so let’s skip to what makes this piece so incredibly charming. Before you go uttering a three-letter, abbreviated expletive, consider the provenance. This example was owned by a painter who wore it daily, explaining why its, crystal, bezel, and bracelet are speckled with paint. Further personalizing it is the engraving on the caseback, which reads “I LOVE YOU MR BOND, SHARON.” To many, combining these two factors with a worn and relumed dial would amount to a gargantuan red flag, but I like to think this one has a unique appeal.
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