Let Us Review A. Lange & Söhne Richard Lange Jumping Seconds Watch

Our preference for certain types of watches over others mostly boils down to a matter of taste. Taste is subjective. It cannot be measured, and it cannot be quantified. While watches from Swiss A. Lange & Söhne might not be to everyone’s taste, it is very hard to dismiss what they do as anything but…

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Auction picks from Tag Heuer, Omega, Zenith,A. Lange & Sohne And …

Fellows’ move towards a monthly watch auction last year was always going to be something of a gamble. Whilst the market for pre-owned watches was surging ever forwards with sky-high demand, the task of populating a monthly sale with interesting pieces was certain to be challenging. But if previous months’ auction totals and the pieces…

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A. Lange & Sohne Factory Trip Part 2: The Luxury German Watch Manufacturing Process

Mysteries are stuff you can’t solve in your thoughts. Understanding of origin is essential to dispelling an enigma, and also the path to appreciation. You cannot have desire for something don’t really understand. I started my passion for watches unaware of what entered making most watches. True watch appreciation are only able to come whenever…

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Casual chic style—A. Lange & Sohne Datograph

The Datograph’s title provides a clue by what it’s possible to expect from this: a chronograph with a date, more specifically, even though the Datograph includes a lot more than exactly that. The chronograph includes a fly-back function, a precisely-jumping minute counter, a fast-set extra-large date and two sub-dials which are very identifiable due to…

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A. Lange & Sohne 1815 38.5mm For 2014

Many people like the 1815 collection from A. Lange & Sohne, and so do I. The A. Lange & Sohne 1815 is a timepiece that pays homage to its creator’s year of birth. All of the pieces in this collection do well to represent Ferdinand A. Lange. This 1815 collection is significant to this watchmaker…

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