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One painting features an arm with a wristwatch that reads 20-or-so past midnight.
That’s a better likeness for Omata than a vinyl-record player or even a wristwatch.
Video by Jeff Faughender LEXINGTON, Ky. — John Calipari gathered the Kentucky basketball team in a huddle and displayed his wristwatch Wednesday before real work began.
Theft, Apple Brook Drive: Someone stole a man's wristwatch and prescription sunglasses in a case overnight Dec. 8 from his unlocked vehicle parked in his driveway.
The previous record for a wristwatch belonged to a stainless-steel Patek Philippe that sold for $11.1 million at Phillips in November.
Following a 12-minute bidding war, the reference 6239 Daytona—with its black-and-creme exotic dial, which became known among collectors as the Paul Newman Daytona—just became the most expensive wristwatch ever sold at auction.
Local companies began producing pocket watches in the early 1900s, Rosa said, a couple of decades before wristwatches became popular, thanks, in part, to a cartoon character.
For more info: ALMANAC: Designer Raymond Loewy For more info: KEEPSAKES: Paul Newman's watch Serena Altschul has the tale of a wristwatch once owned by Paul Newman and recently auctioned for a record amount.
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