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With numerous pragmatic ties between the worlds of horology and astrology, displaying lunar phases on a time telling device started in the 3rd century BC. In beginning our series on horology’s complications, there is no better place to start than the moon phase.
The Seiko 6105-8110 "Turtle" has become one of the most loved and collected of all Seiko references. In this guide we'll talk you through the details you'll want to know when it comes to this iconic dive watch.
Certain collectible markets are being hyped up like never before, and at the current pace, they’re likely to not be slowing down any time soon. We recently watched a hype expansion and contraction take place within the vintage Heuer market. This article outlines that period of market volatility.
Among the rarest and valuable dress Rolex ever produced are those with dials of stone or wood. Let’s dig into a selection of these ‘organic’ dialed Datejusts and Day-Dates.
Check out 'Reference Tracks' our Spotify playlist. We’ll take you through what’s been spinning on the black circle at the C + T offices.
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