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A Beginners Guide to Buying a Vintage Watch

Unless you’re in the field of horology or have years of experience as a collector, buying a vintage watch can be a daunting process. Much like their construction, the market of vintage watches is incredibly complex and nuanced — perhaps even more so. Instead of simply mechanical wheels and drives and springs to deal with,...
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4 Pieces of Advice For Spotting A Fake or Counterfeit Watch

The worst thing that can happen after buying a pre-owned or vintage watch is to find out it’s a fake. At least unless you hear the news from someone else, while you’re out flouting your new timepiece, or called out on social media in front of thousands of people. Avoid falling into the trap of...
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5 of The Rarest Vintage Watches Ever Made

In the thriving market of pre-owned and vintage watches, everything has its price. And as vintage watch collecting is all about nabbing something unique and rare, the higher the price of a watch, the chances are the higher its rarity and significance. Therefore, you won’t be surprised to see our round up of the world’s...
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Tag Heuer ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’

Tag Heuer have been creating a buzz ever since they released the Connected range of smart watches just over a year ago.  They have been working to improve and set their smart watches ahead of the competition since the first launch.  The Modular Connected 45 has thousands of different customisable varieties, made possible with different...
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TAG Heuer Monaco Gulf Special Edition 50th Anniversary

To commemorate 50 years of Gulf Racing, TAG Heuer have re-issued the classic Monaco with details that really echo the aesthetic of the sport. The iconic Gulf colours were first introduced to the race tracks in 1967, giving inspiration to the later Monaco models made famous by McQueen.  The number of cars winning the legendary...
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Why Do People Go Crazy for Vintage Rolexes?

On June 21st, 2017 the hammer struck at Christie’s Rare Watches and American Icons auction, and for the eye-watering price of £670,000 a collector snagged a Rolex Daytona Ref. 6264. The watch in question has the sought-after “Paul Newman” dial design made famous by the iconic actor, has a gold case and, more notably, has...
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Tudor Heritage Chrono Automatic – A Modern Piece With A Vintage Feel

The Tudor Heritage Chrono Automatic 70330N launched in 2010 and mirrors the original design, style and proportions of the original Tudor Chronograph Monte Carlo 1970s model. The piece brings back the best of vintage into modern times and dons a robust sporty looking timepiece that can be worn in any setting or with any outfit....
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The Rolex Datejust: An Iconic Classic

The Datejust was originally launched in 1945 to celebrate Rolex’s 40th anniversary. The iconic design of this model has changed very little throughout the decades and while many collectors and enthusiasts focus their attention on the sport ranges, the Datejust has remained popular during its continuous production. Click here to check out the selection we...
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