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The Oysterquart Perpetual Calendar timepiece belonging to James Dowling

Rare Finds — The Never-Produced Oysterquartz Perpetual Calendar

James Dowling shares with a special watch from his personal collection: The never-produced Oysterquartz Perpetual Calendar with the calibre 5355.
Antiques Roadshow episode featuring an unworn Rolex Oyster Cosmograph Daytona 6263 ca. 1971 (Image: pbs.org)

You can’t make this sh*t up. Or can you?

We’re not saying that the Paul Newman 6263 on Bonanzaville was questionable, just that you shouldn’t believe every “NOS” vintage watch that you see.
Vilma Banky and Rudolph Valentino in the 1926 film, Son of the Sheik; Valentino insisted on wearing his treasured Cartier Tank during the filming. In every scene.

The Roaring Twenties — The Most Important Decade for the Wristwatch?

Revolution’s Editor-at-Large Ken Kessler examines the birth pangs of the wristwatch during the Roaring Twenties.
IWC Ingenieur (Image © watchclub.com)

The Omani Gift of Time

The late Sultan of Oman was one of the most important watch collectors in the world, especially for vintage Rolex, Patek Philippe and IWC.
The Rolex Bling Thing — Daytona Days

The Rolex Bling Thing — Daytona Days

Ross Povey — in collaboration with Pucci Papaleo — talks us through the early developments in bejeweled sports models and decodes the racier Daytonas.

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