TZ Blogs July 16, 2014 Timezone Feature
Paul Boutros joins Barron’s as a watch columnist
By day, Paul Boutros works in the aerospace industry as a rocket scientist. The rest of the time, we know and appreciate Paul as a lifelong watch collector, an extraordinary photojournalist & a TimeZone Senior Moderator. Earlier this year, Paul joined Barron’s as a watch columnist to share some of his invaluable insight into high-end watch collecting.
Collector Paul Boutros on how he acquired an extremely rare and weird Vacheron Constantin watch:
Paul Boutros, Barron’s watch columnist, shares some of his favorites from Audemars Piguet:
Please also see Paul’s recent articles on Barron’s Penta, including:
“A Family’s Watch Legacy” on Barron’s Penta
Watches are my family legacy, somehow imbued with a deep and emotional bond shared between my father and me, and now between me and my children. It all began when I was 10 years-old. My father was an eclectic collector at the time, with a particular fondness for coins, and I, having already inherited the collecting bug from him, had built my own small collection of coins and baseball cards…