There are so many great vintage sellers, dealers, writers and photographers in the watch community that I can't help but highlight some of them. Anything from a fledgling international seller to a worldwide international sale.
I knew that if I didn't meet with analog/shift during my time in New York that I would regret it for a very long time. Spending just a few hours at their office was a wonderful experience and these watches are my favorites from my time there.
Watchbuys is a North Carolina based watch retailer that specialises in mechanical German watches. For an hour on Saturday, I was lucky enough to get some hands-on time with a huge selection of watches from their inventory.
Gallet might be more well known for their military chronographs but that doesn't mean they couldn't put together a stunning triple-date with moonphase when they tried. This one is currently for sale so act quick!
Tens of thousands words, if not more, have been written about the watches of professional misogynist and amateur spy James Bond. Last December I wrote about where a very special Bond chronograph was believed to be, I was wrong and I now know where it is. Read on to find out.
Over a very rainy July weekend the Watches of Knightsbridge auction took place with a staggering amount of lots being sold. Four of my highlights exceeded their auction estimates and one didn't even sell (It wasn't the one you think!). Read on to find out the results.
A pioneering dive watch, a colorful chronograph, the first mechanical altimeter, a stunning Heuer Autavia and a double red Seadweller. All of these are up for sale at the July Watches of Knightsbridge auction.