As renowned vintage watch fanatics,
we regularly come across interesting stories
that we would like to share with you.
We are proud to present an extreme Longines rarity: reference 4278, a 12.68z stop-seconds monopusher continuous flyback chronograph. By AWCo on 15
1935-1940 The beginning of… The great depression and Sports timing. By AWCo on 12 July 2019 The 30s were strange times. The
World War II “Renewal and development dominated the watch industry.” By AWCo on 12 July 2019 The great depression had only just
The 30s were strange times. Sports and the Olympics were things that gave a whole country some joy. By AWCo on 9
The Sixties and the space age. Successfully performing manned space missions were the biggest challenge imaginable. By AWCo on 8 July 2019
‘Atmos, the most iconic clockwork, running on air’. A clock which could run indefinitely without winding the movement, read the whole story.
Last man on the moon and quartz. The seventies meant ‘make love, not war’, the last man on the moon, the quartz
The formal dress code meant tailored suits, shoes such as oxfords or loafers and an outfit finished with a stylish dress watch.
1950 The beginning of… The aftermath of World War II and the world getting back on its feet. By AWCo on 21