Any interesting watch history. Does watch history play into it being a keeper?

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Interesting choices to reflect on. I like to think about how watches speak to us.

The most important thing about a keeper watch is the backstory the personal history the brand may have a heritage but it is you that gives a watch its history.


Thanks for sharing. On this topic, there is a great article over on Quill & Pad on why the author chose to purchase a 2006 Omega De Ville Chronoscope Chronograph. This is a perfect example of why watch collecting is so fascinating to me: