Vintage Watch Blog.
The Patek Philippe exhibit in NYC was outstanding. I took many pictures with my phone. I wish I had brought my professional camera but for some reason I thought they would not allow pictures. To my surprise, they did. In fact the Patek Philippe staff that were there, were more hospitable and knowledgable than I could have imagined. Each time I send something out I'll be showing pictures from the event slowly. There are a couple watches I will review individually, the 2-3 I liked the most. I can tell you, I have a whole new respect for the brand. Although, I'm sure I would feel the same if V&C or Rolex did an exhibit. See four pictures below that tell a wonderful story. Please remember, that many of my content now it done through YouTube @adamvintage. I would recommend following my YouTube and Facebook page since many times, I'll post content on one of those that I won't use anywhere else.
We only have one, very nice, but just one Vintage Patek Philippe for sale at adamvintage.com; however, I felt very good after the exhibit that Patek Philippe takes great pride of craftsmanship in every watch they've ever produced. The were many classic looking rounds, tanks, square etc..., but I would like to point out, that in their museum collections the stranger watches PP produced from the 60's and 70's were not represented. Perhaps they are just not old enough - or perhaps they are just out of favor at the moment. I will say, there were a lot of pocket watches represented. Some few very early wristwatches that tell a great story that I cannot wait to share with you once I have everything edited and read through again for either a video blog on YouTube or in writing.
When you click on the pictures or if on a desktop, roll your mouse over it, both will zoom in to read the stories and get a better look of the watch.
Just a quick update, we've recently added a vintage watch gift page and we will now carry vintage Seiko on it's own page. Here are the links for both:
On a side note, we have some extraordinary watches for sale at AdamVintage right now.
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Adam J. Dubilo, founder of Adam Vintage
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