Walter Lange is the 89 year old caretaker of one of horology’s greatest treasures, Saxon manufacture A. Lange & Söhne. It was he, along with visionary entrepreneur Gunter Blumlein, that in 1990, just after the fall of the Berlin wall, revived his family business of watchmaking after four decades of eastern block rule. Walter was 70 by the time A. Lange & Söhne showed its first four commercial pieces, and he, coming up on his 90th birthday, in addition to the 20th birthday of thethat bears his name, is still very much involved with the brand.
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