For those who missed it a wonderful article on Marine Deck Chronometer

by Steve G has been archived in the Recommended Threads section.

Great work Steve, not only your photographic talents are unrivaled but you are also a treasure of knowledge.

VC Deck Chronometer:

A history of Marine Deck Chronometers:

Thank you, Alex, I am most honored!...........................nt
05/18/2007 - 06:30


Hi Steve!
05/18/2007 - 19:28

That watch and those pics are truly remarcable!

As we are used to communicate for nearly 5 years,

the response on such an article as yours,

on that old place,

would have been more commentaded!

Anyhow here are a lot of newbies, and that's what we all have been.

Not every one has like you(?) and I,

started by collecting pocket watches,

so they don't fully appreciate your effort,

and the watch, perhaps,

but they will sure soon do!

I strongly recommend you, who never hold a V&C pocket watch in your hands ,

to do so!

That's an unforgettable thing that will happen to you :-)

Once again thanks Steve,

and Alex for reposting!


An other remarkable page in your site
05/19/2007 - 01:45

Hello Steve,

I allways follow your job on your site.

You collection is remarkable, and I specially like your last jobs on your watches.

I think that what you have done on these pocket watches is the best you have done. Render of the polished metal is great.

This VC pocket watch is beautiful.

I'm happy to take this possibility to congratulate you.



Steve's articles are amazing
05/21/2007 - 10:01

Steve's watch articles and unrivalled photographs remain among the most interesting Ive ever come across.

Congratulations on such superb work.