It’s Baselworld week, finally, we can discover all the new models coming out in the next year from all the major watch brands. We will start with Hamilton that has a very interesting lineup this year, including a few completely new models, a new movement, new colours for existing models and a re-edition of a […]

Lately, I have been helping a few friends search for their first “good” timepiece. This has prompted me to reflect upon my own passion for watches and what they mean to me. Adam pours his time, energy, sweat and blood into WatchPaper. Why? You may have seen Ashton’s story on restoring a vintage movement, why […]

Today we will be tackling the restoration of a beautiful Universal Geneve Medico Compax. This watch is powered by the Universal Geneve 285, a solid piece of engineering, including an eight-column pillar wheel design, two button operation and compax design. The movement looked to be in fairly respectable shape, however, there were a few rusty […]

Let’s start by discussing all the things you DON’T get with a Linde Werdelin. In other words, these are all the reasons why a serious watch collector might NOT want add a Linde Werdelin to their collection. For starters, LW is a young brand with no decades-long history of fine watchmaking. In fact, Linde Werdelin […]

The “Calibre 89” is the most complicated watch ever made by Patek Phillipe and this spring, at Sotheby’s Important Watches sale in Geneva, it will go under the hammer. Sotheby’s set the estimated price between CHF 6.5-10 million, but if take into consideration the auction of another famous Patek Philippe, the Henry Graves Supercomplication, that […]