Many wise things has been written already and I would like to add that it gives me a nice feeling to wear my VC's because you very rarely see them on a wrist IRL. On the other hand I must admit that I have taken advantage of VC service a couple of times and they have never exeeded my expectations. I
and on top of that really nice pictures. You are for sure in a different league versus myself - however we have at least one similarity. I began my watch journey with a Rado as well. By the way warm welcome to WPS!
Seriously I lack the knowledge regarding vintage VC. However you caugt my imagination so I am going to learn more about them. When it comes to things (watches, cars, pens or musical instruments) I do appriciate if it comes with some kind of a provenance. The only vintage watch I own today is a PP 25
and I agree that with your way of reasoning it is likely that you would get more recongnition. However my experience is that if you come with a watch (or a car) that is seldom seen "live" but only in magazines you will get recogniton as well and that will come from people who are really interested a
star when it comes to raising interesting questions. For me it is important that when I spend my money on something I really appreciate I dont like to see it frequently with others. For example if I go to a wedding reception I dont want to see the same car I am driving in the parking lot. When I loo