HEUER COLLECTORS like what they like. Accountant Jon Corbett is a black-dial man. His three-year-old collection includes two Autavias, a Skipper and a Carrera — all black dials with white subs, and nearly all circa-1960s and ’70s. “All of these predate me, which is kind of funny,” says the thirty-something
Mikal Scott is a miracle. The 52-year-old New York City–based entrepreneur will laugh when you suggest that, but consider the facts: In just the last three years he’s suffered a heart attack, stroke, and pelvis fracture, mystifying numerous physicians who insisted there was nothing wrong with him. Yet the avid
The CEO of TAG Heuer, chairman of Hublot and president of LVMH Watches, Jean-Claude Biver, talks new and vintage with Aaron Sigmond.
If you've bought a fine watch in the past 20 years (and if you’re reading this, the odds of that are good), then one man has influenced that purchase,
With the “Heuer 100”, Crown & Caliber has assembled an unprecedented group of vintage Heuer chronographs. Recognizing that this sale is likely to attract many collectors who are relatively new to vintage Heuer chronographs, we asked Jeff Stein (the creator and operator of OnTheDash.com) to provide an introduction to the
At the time Heuer was founded in 1860, watches were judged more subjectively on qualities like the finish of the case as opposed to the functionality. Over the next several decades, as the industry advanced from pocket watches to wristwatches that focus shifted. The value of a watch would not