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The British have the Dirty Dozen. The French? Say “bonjour” to the Sale Sept – seven military chronographs you will want to own.
Actor and airman James Stewart – one of the world’s first wristwatch ambassadors – epitomised the ideal all-American male both on and off-screen.
Humble origins should never be disrespected: the Porsche 911 has its roots in the VW Beetle, while Apple’s saga began with “homebrew” computer kits. When it comes to wristwatches, a rather basic 16½’’’ manual pocket watch movement has powered some of the most cherished and admired timepieces of the watch revival of the past 30 years.