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Our Most Worn Watches of Summer 2019

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I don’t know about you, but come summer time, I find myself sticking to a …
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Not Just Watches: the Joys of Collecting Horological Ephemera

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Collecting vintage watches is fantastic in and of itself, with all manner of brands, models, eras, and styles to choose from and to focus on. …
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Recapping 2018: Our Top Pickups of the Year

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Part of being a watch-head is selling, buying, and trading watches. With 2018 coming to a close, we thought it’d be fun to get the …
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Five Great Luxury Watches for Travel

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Travel watches span a wide range of styles, complications, and of course, price points. One thing they all have in common is their practicality. As …
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Born from Records: The History of the Rolex Daytona

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On September 24, 1924, driving a 350-horsepower Sunbeam race car with an 18.3-liter, 12-cylinder airplane engine, Malcolm Campbell reached 146.16 miles-per-hour at Pendine Sands. It …
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Three of the Most Underrated Rolexes of the Last 30 Years

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The last few years have seen a distinct rise in the hype levels of Rolex sport models, both old and new. Some of it well …
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The PX Watches of Vietnam: A Survey of Non-Issued, Popular Military Watches of the Vietnam War

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Though case back markings and the famous “broad arrow” are sure to get military watch collectors’ hearts racing, there exist myriad military watches that aren’t …

The worn&wound Podcast Ep. 17: Collections and Grails

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In this week’s episode of The worn&wound Podcast, we take a deep dive into Zach’s installment of our “Three-Watch Collection Under $5,000” series, and in …
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Paul Newman’s “Paul Newman” Daytona Finally Found

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There are grails, and then there are GRAILS. The Wall Street Journal reported this morning …