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What exactly was Rolex signifying with the small underline on some dials produced between 1962 and 1964. This article covers the most widely accepted theory.
While not the most recognizable watch produced by Heuer - the Carrera's rich automotive and design history makes it possibly it's most famous.
Omega is well known for their core models, but they've done some really interesting - sometimes strange - things over the years.
If you've attempted to purchase a stainless steel Rolex sports model within the last few years from an authorized dealer, there's a good chance you we're told none were available. Why is this?
What is the difference between patina and damage? Our take on this revolves around the passage of time vs. a specific incident.
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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