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Vintage watch expert, Eric Wind tells Revolution how he came across four vintage “Cover Girls” and bought them all at once, from one gentleman seller.
Tudor is having its second golden anniversary in successive years – 50 years of the snowflake hands last year, and now the 50th year of the chronograph.
Revolution’s Editor-at-Large Ken Kessler takes a tour through the watchmaking classics.
1998: Vianney Halter Antiqua, the perpetual calendar that inspired a generation of independent watchmakers
With its steampunk style that was ahead of its time, the Vianney Halter Antiqua was one of the most important perpetual calendars of its time.
It’s a leap year, and in the run-up to that special day Feb 29, Revolution takes a look at some of the Perpetual Calendars that mattered.