Not all watchmakers like these cases with their inner and outer case and "press in" front and back in gaskets. I have had these two as project watches, non running, well used with patina for some time. Found a watchmaker that would fix them and now they a
as a "senior" collector, my wishlist is now getting shorter with years....and with today's crazy prices. Fortunately enough, I still manage to find an interesting piece from time to time. Like this ploprof with the super sexy "pre-production" dial aka "Mo
. . . bother with the modern version? I never had a vintage Rail. When I bought the '17 limited edition, I thought, "Now I won't be pining after an original." I was wrong. I still want a 2914. Moral of the story: it's good to have both, but if you can onl
Recent trend on engraving sapphire casebacks? My Seamaster 1948 Small Seconds: I just don’t get it. IMHO this would look better on a closed caseback. But, why are they trying to prevent us from seeing a great movement?