London’s The Vintage Watch Company has amassed a giant portfolio of the Crown’s important models.
His son fills us in on its history.
Both of them are gold chronographs. But that’s where the similarities end.
From an $18 million Daytona to a $1.2 million DateJust, these are the priciest crowns on the market.
The coveted model has been upgraded with new movements.
Wind Vintage is offering the mint condition piece acquired from a private collector.
The Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup and Rolex Swan Cup will both take place, with fewer teams. “We’re doing this for our sport,” said one participant.
A reworked classic.
The rare chronograph, made in 1969, is named for a legendary Formula 1 racing team.