Sector Dial 2326 Longines Calibre 12.68z


Watches really don’t have to be new, expensive, or complicated to be interesting. This is a Longines from 1938 with an exceptionally lovely sector dial. It might look like a famous Sei or Tre Tacche, but no, this is a snap-back with a flat bezel that goes by the reference 2326. Aesthetically, it is a…

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Longines 13ZN Sector Dial


The 13ZN is one of collectors’ favorite calibers from Longines or anyone full stop. The 13ZN movement, circa 1936, was truly innovative and beautiful. It featured a fully ‘in house’ (before it was cool) architecture, one of the first ever flyback chronographs in a wristwatch (argued, intentionally left vague), 17 jewels, a 18000 VPH beat, and Breguet…

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The Laurent Ferrier Galet Traveller Boréal


High-end, in horology, is a relatively useless demarcation. To one, high-end could mean an Omega Seamaster 300. To another, high-end could be a CasiOak. So let’s say this: people who have gone to school to become watchmakers for Patek Philippe, who have a complete understanding of excellence, would consider this amongst the highest level of…

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