For many collectors, the gold standard in vintage wristwatches is, well, a vintage gold wristwatch. Whether it’s yellow or white, 14 karat or 18, gold adds instant luster to a wristwatch, elevating one’s Rolex, Seiko, or Hamilton from mere timepiece to treasured keepsake. Indeed, even as people have weaned themselves from wristwatches due to the proliferation of electronic devices fitted with built-in clocks, gold wristwatches continue to hold their appeal.
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I got interested in pocket watches from working on mechanical things. I had an old car, and working on it gave me immediate satisf… [more]
The double eagle is really a result of the California Gold Rush. Prior to the California Gold Rush, the biggest gold discoveries w… [more]
Call it beginner's luck, but a four-year-old kid found a 16th-century gold pendant the other day. It was his first time using a me… [more]
I grew up outside of Philadelphia. I didn’t have any particular interest in clocks or watches as a kid; that came after I started … [more]
I started with pocket watches as a child, watching old movies on television, watching the cowboys occasionally pull out an old poc… [more]