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Hi All; A while ago, I wrote about why I go to Basel, the post is just below. I realised this year that this was my 16th or 17th Basel, my visits have expanded from my initial two-day jaunts to six days this year and I began to question... Read more

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Uncategorized June 11, 2012

Introduction Over the past year, Vacheron Constantin has delivered two exciting things to the US market that American collectors have long hoped for. Please allow me to explain through a personal, true story… Flashback to 2006 – just one year after Vacheron Constantin’s 250th anniversary. I was fortunate to... Read more
George III ascended the throne in 1760 when he was 22 years old. That same year, George III built the Kew Observatory with the original purpose of observing the transit of Venus. Eventually, he located his collection of 2,000 timekeeping and scientific instruments to the observatory; the greater part... Read more
To anyone who has heard of the Battle of Britain, the name Biggin Hill airfield will strike a chord and I am sure that with its aeronautic connections it was no accident that Breitling chose this particular airport from which to transport a few English based watch writers to... Read more