We’ve all had them—those fortunate or not so fortunate minutes as gatherers. That unrealistic pickup that was, indeed, unrealistic, or alternately, that unrealistic buy that ended up being an extraordinary once in a blue moon purchase. Possibly it was something you found on eBay, the gatherings, or a bequest deal. Or then again perhaps it was something you shouldn’t have sold. Or then again maybe it was a type of involvement that ended up being a defining moment in your watch-gathering journey.
On today’s scene of The Worn & Wound Podcast, Worn & Wound Managing Editor Ilya Ryvin and Worn & Wound Contributor Allen Farmelo examine the exceptional job that karma plays in the existences of watch collectors.
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Ilya wearing the Sinn 556 I.
Allen wearing one of his redialed Omega Seamasters he’s named the “Golden Twins.”
Bell & Ross GMT 24H.
Timex boy’s-size jumper.
The Bulovas the had a place with Allen’s father.
Ilya’s King Seiko 4402-8000 (right), a truly fortunate eBay score.