I'm told that a few of those JLC watches were given to a few SEAL guys ( not to my informant, he curses ) but as far as "official certification" there is none. It works something like this ... a SEAL gets a watch, wears it, says he likes it, a friend agre
Here we are in the extremely rare Tudor Submariners. I posted an early Square Guards from IV 1959 some time ago: Here is the Eagle Beak, from IV 1959, too, in the serial number 305 3xx. While the Square Guards are in the 305 1xx range. Obviously it had a
Thanks to our fellow forum member i was able to try and eventually buying this Tudor P01 . I think i dont have to explain you the story behind this watch so here are a few pics . Most of my watches are independents but this watch really speaks to me . In
Narative and context about fake Rolex Rolex has been faked for decades. This is strictly my personal opinion . I have been dealing in vintage watches since 17 years mostley in South America. Untill a more then two decades ago Rolex was not so in demand as
I finally was able to get my hands on a BB58.😃 She arrived on Friday: I was already scheduled for a trip to NYC. Fortunately, an AD was kind enough to size the bracelet for me: Tonight, my return flight is delayed. But, I’m still smiling!