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The Video Vault Revisiting Grahame Fowler, The Audemars Piguet Archive, And Talking Watches With Jason Singer

The Video Vault Revisiting Grahame Fowler, The Audemars Piguet Archive, And Talking Watches With Jason Singer

In the debut portion of The Video Vault, we glanced back at three of the most loved free thinkers in the realm of watchmaking. Today, we move our concentration to the absolute most intriguing vintage watches we’ve had the pleasure of investing energy with and recording. Beneath, I’ve curated three recordings that I think capture the ethos and magnificence of vintage watches. They incorporate Rolex, Tudor, AP, and Patek Philippe – by and large uncommon or special references that from various perspectives address the love of vintage that advises a lot regarding the contemporary discussion about watches both old and new.

If you’re new to HODINKEE, you presumably haven’t seen these; in the event that you have seen them, it’s likely been some time. So how about we return to a New York City menswear shop in 2013, the Audemars Piguet central command in Le Brassus in 2014, and a private home in Arizona in 2015. Kindly make the most of our encounters with Grahame Fowler, Sebastian Vivas and Michael Friedman of Audemars Piguet, and Jason Singer.

The Thirteen MilSubs Of Grahame Fowler (2013)

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Grahame Fowler’s shop in the West Village was not a long way from the first HODINKEE workplaces back in 2013, and inside was a firmly pressed and vivid cluster of garments, extras, and British paraphernalia – fundamentally an ideal setting for recording. What’s more, obviously, there were the watches that Ben, Stephen, and I had come to see: the reason fabricated military Submariners that have captured Fowler’s creative mind  – including a 5513 that had lived in the sand for quite a long time. This was one of my ahead of schedule, face to face acquaintances with the military-themed watch gathering space –  a space that has just filled in the years since.

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Inside The Archives Of Audemars Piguet (2014)

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When you appear for a shoot, you for the most part sort of understand what you will see – kind of. Ben had advised me ahead of time that the vintage AP stuff was truly uncommon, however I was as yet not ready for exactly how exceptional. Failing to remember briefly that these are working watches –  these are wonderful articles, easy. The triple-schedule chronographs and ceaseless schedules of the 1940s and ’50s are especially shocking in their detail, balance, and extent. This was an uncommon treat, expertly introduced by AP fans Sebastian Vivas and Michael Friedman.

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Talking Watches With Jason Singer (2015)

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Sometimes you appear for a shoot with reasonable notice (“this person has a parcel of watches”), and still beginning questioning your SD card stash when the gatherer begins drawing out the products. I consider two Talking Watches shoots specifically: Jeff Stein , and the man of honor you see here –  super-gatherer Jason Singer. Rolex Bubblebacks for days. Rare Patek Philippes. More uncommon Patek Philippes. A feasting table that probably won’t have the option to contain them. What’s more, this was only an inspecting of Singer’s assortment –  a assortment characterized by the quest for the most excellent models that can be found.

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