Two very different pieces sharing two things: Platinum cases and Anniversary watches. One, the Langematik, was issued to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Lange's rebirth, the other, the Reverso, celebrated the 70th anniversary of the rectangular icon fro
I mean, wouldn't it be crazy not to ? Most of us will have some watches that are more valuable then when we bought it. I'll take my 5070R as an example. It was I believe 36K euro in 2006. At that time the second hand value was about the same maybe a bit m
The Timezone has never been a favorite model for me, but I always thought the Buenos Aires was among the nicest of the Timezones (along with the "Kuala Lumpur," which has the total Darth dial). I also really like printed markers -- one of the key positive
Perhaps better qualified with “looked weak for the modern stuff”. I think these numbers include buyers premium but I am not certain; some results don’t appear quite so good if this doesn’t include the premium. One could have picked up some really great wa
Friends, First a warning: this is a long read and I will not feel bad if you skip it altogether! Hopefully, some may find it interesting. I got the idea from one of you, who recently, in a post about my new RO asked if I could expand on my collection. I s
As per Raymond's post with his beautiful Como Time Zone, I too agree that that the Time Zone is underappreciated. Let's add more pictures to do justice to this model, which I presume will be among the 25th Anniversary line-up.
There is quite a bit to unpack there. Also, so much room for interpretation—I think in the end—the buyer will have to make up their own mind—as it should be. The arguments put forth below, are not to argue that Lange is “better” but just to offer the coun