The Illustrated Directory of Watches

The Illustrated Directory of Watches : A Collectors Guide to Over 1000 Timepieces, from Classic Designs to Luxury Fashionware

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The Illustrated Directory series provide enthusiasts with a fully illustrated comprehensive, hardcover reference book packed with timelines, historical facts and images designed to inform and excite. The book provides perhaps the most ambitious and lavishly illustrated history of watches for the collector and general reader. It shows in clear detailed pictures over 1,000 important landmark timepieces from all the classic watchmakers from the 1930s to the present day. Organized A-Z by manufacturer, each watch will be shown face on and in some cases some will include reverse and internal views. Each watch will be specially photographed in the studio for this book. The book will also include a comprehensive introduction on the history of wristwatches and a quick reference listing of every piece featured. We believe the book will be the most comprehensive illustrated reference work to this subject.show more

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  • Hardback | 512 pages
  • 238.76 x 299.72 x 38.1mm | 2,199.91g
  • Chartwell Books
  • United States
  • English
  • 0785829148
  • 9780785829140
  • 262,846

About James Wilson

James Wilson is the son of a jeweler. He grew up with a fascination for timepieces of all kinds, especially glamorous wristwatches. A serial watch collector, Wilson now has an extensive collection of vintage models from both European and American watch makers. Wilson is a native of Sewickley, Pennsylvania.show more

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