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Historical Horology: What Would You Like To See Featured?



box_largeAs I mentioned yesterday, things got a little hectic so I need a break this weekend.  But that means you get a chance to let us know what you’d like to see on these pages!

While yesterday’s post left the door wide open, I’d like to focus this one in on the historical angle we’ve been doing on the Sunday posts.  With the amount of time the watch industry has existed, there should be plenty to pull from.

Is there a particular brand that’s disappeared into the fog of history you’d want me to feature?  Or perhaps there’s a movement that has had a major impact you’d like more information on.  Frankly, it could be just about anything, so long as it’s rooted in the history of the industry.

Like questions, no suggestion will be considered dumb.  I want to hear what you’re looking for, so we can be sure to create content that is of interest to you (and likewise, if you like what we’re doing already, feel free to let that vote be known as well).

You can post your thoughts up here in the thread, or feel free to send me an email.



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