Welcome to Episode 14 of The worn&wound Podcast. Today, one of our contributors from across the pond, Mark McArthur-Christie, joins us to talk watch collecting, the ETA 2824, and Paul Newman’s “Paul Newman” Rolex Daytona.
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- To read Mark’s deep dive into the ETA 2824, check out, Caliber Spec: the ETA 2824 – Automatic for the People.
- For Mark’s interview with Rebecca Struthers, whose research changed what we now know about the mass production of watches, check out, Rewriting Horological History: London Watchmaking, Swiss Forgeries and the Advent of Mass Production.
- For the story of Mark’s amazing Heuer 2447S, check out, Never Meet Your Heroes: Finding a Heuer Carrera 2447S.
- In case you missed it, check out the story that recently took the vintage world by storm: Paul Newman’s “Paul Newman” Daytona Finally Found.
- And finally, check out our episode focused on the White Paper on Fine Watchmaking: The worn&wound Podcast Episode 9: the White Paper on Fine Watchmaking, a Conversation with w&w Contributor Blake Rong, and More.