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  • Vintage Omega Speedmaster, Microbrand Watches, and More with Chris Antzoulis

    Chris Antzoulis (@PoppingCrowns on Instagram) joins Tim to discuss his collecting journey. They talk how it started with a Timex from his brother and has evolved into a milestone Tudor and vintage Omega. They also touch on his collection of microbrand watches from companies like Moels & Co. and S...

  • Collectors Roundtable: Discussing Ulysse Nardin, the Watch Community, and More

    In the series premiere of Collectors Rountable, Tim, Rob, and Sagor all return to the studio to have a group conversation about their watches, collecting stories, and the watch community. The trio all share an interest in Ulysse Nardin, Cartier, and H. Moser & Cie. but also bring watches on from ...

  • Zenith's New Defy Extreme Diver and More | Watches and Wonders Geneva 2024

    Tim Mosso takes a look at the new offerings from Watches and Wonders as Zenith highlights new pieces from their Defy collection. The Defy Revival A3648 has been released as Zenith's homage to its own 1969 dive watch of the same name. Additionally Tim dives into new releases from the collection li...

  • What Draws a Collector to Patek Philippe with @ILikePateks

    Tim met up with the man behind @ILikePateks on Instagram to talk about his Patek Philippe watches. Whether it be the distinguished Grand Complications to the sporty and fun Aquanaut, his collection spans multiple design philosophies within the Patek Philippe wheelhouse. He and Tim break down why ...

  • Marceau Talks Dive Watches, Designing His Watch with Benzinger, and More

    Tim Mosso hosts Marceau in our studio as he walks us through his watches. From diving with his Oris Aquis and Girard-Perregaux to exploring the world of independents with H. Moser & Cie. and the Benzinger Joy, he’s a collector who likes to wear and enjoy all the watches in his collection. Check o...

  • How-To Break Your Watch with Tim Mosso

    Whether it's flooding an Omega Seamaster dive watch or using a pen to set the date on your Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar, there's a lot of ways you could break your watch. Tim Mosso walks us through some of the most common ways to do it so that collectors know how to avoid accidents. He cover...

  • The Untold Story of Ulysse Nardin & the Freak

    Matthieu Haverlan, Managing Director at Ulysse Nardin, joins Tim to discuss the company, its watches, and the story behind the concept and future of the Freak. They cover the brand since its separation from the Kering Group, how it and other factors changed their business strategies, and what the...

  • The Myth of the Watch Manufacture with Jack Forster

    Jack Forster is tackling something often discussed but rarely broken down in the watch world: the manufacture. More specifcally, he delves into what people think when they consider a watch brand as a "manufacture" and how true this idea really is within the industry.

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  • Leap Day Special: Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Watches

    Patek Philippe perpetual calendar watches are the topic of conversation in this special edition episode of Perpetually Patek. Hosts Brian Govberg and Tim Mosso bring on some of their favorite examples from the long history of the brand’s usage of the complication and discuss what makes each one s...

  • How-To Set a Perpetual Calendar with Tim Mosso

    Our new series "How-To" has Tim Mosso giving tips and walkthroughs on various watches across brands, functionalities, and model lines. In the premiere episode, he is discussing how to set your perpetual calendar. He talks what to do (and what not to do) with examples from Patek Philippe, IWC, Uly...

  • Styling Watches with Pieces from Daniel Roth, Seiko, and More with Tanmay

    Tanmay Manohar (@bestdressedchest on Instagram) has a story for every one of his watches from the Seiko Chronograph he got in high school to the JLC Grande Reverso Calendar that he hunted for years. He sits down with Nick Lessells from our New York office to discuss the collecting habits he's gai...

  • Favorites from the Collection: Patek Philippe Sky Moon, Calatrava, and More

    Tim and Brian took a trip to The 1916 Company vault and chose some of their favorite Patek Philippe watches from the modern era. From the simple Calatrava to Grand Complications like the Sky Moon Tourbillon, all are broken down and discussed. They also try to round out their picks with sports and...

  • Discussing Watch Collecting Mistakes, TAG Heuer, and Grand Seiko Spring Drive

    Tim is joined by Eric as he tells the tales behind some of his watches like the Montblanc GMT, Grand Seiko Spring Drive, and TAG Heuer Monaco. With a long history of collecting under his belt, the duo discuss some lessons Eric has learned from waiting to buy the right watch to the importance of b...

  • Breitling Buys Universal Geneve, Gift Watches, and Market Predictions

    Mike covers the news in the industry this week with the announcement of Breitling’s acquisition of Universal Geneve. On top of that, with the holiday season in full swing, he covers some watches such as the Cartier Santos and Tudor Black Bay GMT “Pepsi” that he thinks would make a great gift for ...

  • Tim’s Interviews from 2023 Dubai Watch Week: Biver, MB&F, Ressence, and More

    Tim was on the ground at 2023 Dubai Watch Week and sat down with watchmakers, CEOs, and industry professionals to ask them about their watches and companies. People like Jean-Claude Biver, the Meylan brothers at H. Moser & Cie., and the watchmaker Christophe Claret all appeared on camera to talk ...

  • Patek Philippe Nautilus 5711 Green Dial: The Last 5711 and Why We Love It

    The Patek Philippe Nautilus launched in 1976 as the reference 3700, but the Nautilus 5711 was the model that made Patek Philippe's steel sports watch a superstar. By 2021, runaway prices and social media obsession had raised the 5711's profile to the point that it began to overshadow the entire P...

  • 2023 Dubai Watch Week: MB&F, Ressence, H. Moser & Cie.

    Mike is back from 2023 Dubai Watch Week and sharing the details of his experiences while there. From getting hands-on with watches from H. Moser & Cie. and MB&F to getting to chat with watchmakers like Rexhep Rexhepi and Denis Flageollet, he certainly made the most of the experience. Watch the fu...

  • Tim and Lance on the Omega Seamaster, Zenith El Primero, and Many More

    In this week's Collector Conversation, Lance joins Tim to breakdown his ecelectic and diverse collection with pieces from Omega, Cartier, JLC, and many more. Lance explains how he got into the hobby along with staying up to date with news, his inspirations and collecting philosophies, and the sto...

  • Fly Fishing with a Cartier to Business Meetings with a Breitling

    Tim sits down with Joseph Pietrafesa (@vabenestyle) to discuss his collecting journey that has roots in Breitling and has expanded to include brands such as Chopard, Seiko, and Zenith. From unexpected watch purchases abroad to fly fishing with his Cartier, Joseph is a wide-ranging collector who m...

  • Only Watch, Philippe Dufour Prototype, and The 1916 Company

    Mike is back and this week discussing some of the biggest news we've heard, the launch of The 1916 Company! Afterwards, he touches on the story happening with Only Watch and how that may affect some other auctions going on this time of the year. Mike focuses on two Philippe Dufour watches up for ...

  • Welcome to The 1916 Company

    At The 1916 Company, we have a vision to transcend the boundaries of a conventional luxury experience and set a new standard for collectors.

    In bringing together the legacies of WatchBox, Govberg, Radcliffe, and Hyde Park Jewelers, The 1916 Company offers an unparalleled client experience and a...

  • 2024 Tudor Submariner - The Legendary Dive Watch Returns?

    In 1954, the Tudor Submariner joined its sister, the Rolex Submariner, in the burgeoning dive watch marketplace. With a case and bracelet made by Rolex, the Tudor Submariner 7922 instantly boasted credibility with divers and adventurers. For 2024, the possible return of the Tudor Submariner coinc...

  • Head-to-Head Patek Philippe Collections

    Complications, Artisanal, Sports, and Dress; those are the four categories that Tim and Brian are following when they build out their Patek Philippe watch collection. They pit watches like the Calatrava, World Time, Chronograph, and Aquanaut against each other and leave it up to the audience to d...

  • Is Independent Watchmaking About to Change?

    With the announcement of the Louis Vuitton x Rexhep Rexhepi LVRR-01 Chronographe à Sonnerie, it seems the luxury giant partnering with Rexhepi's Akrivia might have some lasting implications for independent watchmaking. Mike Manjos breaks down how this collaboration (along with future ones) and ge...