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That means whoever wins the auction gets not just an ultra-rare piece of horological history, but a solid case of the warm-fuzzies, too.
Who knows, maybe someone will try to launch a brand called Romilly and present the 18th-century horological eponym as the inventor of the chronograph?
Interestingly, Arizona and Hawaii do not observe the horological ritual, joining more than 100 other countries in non-observance.
And even Patek Philippe, one of the world’s mightiest horological brands, concedes that watches no longer rule the world’s wrists.
To achieve horological humbleness, Mr. Bedwell favors small-case watches, whose faces measure around 32 or 33 millimeters across.
Horological catnip to watch fans and collectors, these panic-inducing online flash sales create a buy-it-now frenzy that produces amazing results in remarkably short amounts of time.
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