I’ve been having fun with these “Horological History” posts – as well as managing to learn some things along the way. It seems that you, the readers, like these posts as well. Here’s one thing I’m running into – the subjects for these posts aren’t quite as easy to come by as are our regular posts.
I’ve got a few more ideas to work through, but I’d like to hear your suggestions – have you run across an interesting article or video lately? Or is there some aspect of a watch brand or model you’d like us to dig into? Perhaps a movement you’d like more information on?
Basically, let me know – either via comments, or sending me an email. I’m looking forward to seeing what we can uncover together!
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