Category: <span>Trench watch</span>

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Borgel Lever movement Trench watch

To a watchmaker, perhaps the most interesting part of a watch is the movement. However, to the owner, it will most certainly be the dial. The dial gives the watch…

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Storage Mechanical watches, especially antique watches are susceptible to interference from several environmental factors. Humidity, dust, electromagnetism, light and temperature variations can all cause damage to the movement and dial.…

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If you are collecting Swiss antique watches with cases made of precious metals, such as gold or silver, you need to know how to read Swiss hallmarks. At first, it…

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Guides Pocket watch Trench watch

A luminous dial on a trench watch was a necessity for life in the trenches. Just because it was dark, didn’t mean the war came to a halt. Knowing the…

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If you are interested in antique watches, especially those made of precious metals, such as gold or silver, you need to know how to read British hallmarks. At first, it…

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