Friends, Here in Sweden, the summer has finally arrived! With that, the summer house season has started... Cutting grass, painting walls, ... Basically it is a unpaid boot camp... But before that, time to enjoy some Girard-Perregaux watches in the nature!
Friends, no worries, I'm not going to repeat Blomman's post on the series from GP on "Protect what's precious": www.watchprosite.com GP had a number of releases like this Sea Hawk to help protect the environment. Today, I rather want to talk about
Friends, As you all know, I love old watch documents. There is a lot of information you can learn from only one document... Here is an example: The Girard-Perregaux reference 9034. What did I learn from this document? 1. Confirmation of the three differen
this is a very uneven pair, possibly you couldn't show the wide range of difference within the GP collection (modern and vintage) in a more extreme way... yet, they do have one thing in common... both recently came back from service, so I can enjoy them r