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The Chronological Compendium Of Watches

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We present: a brief history of time.

This excellent new creation from the good people at Pop Chart Lab features a chronicling of celebrated chronometers, from 1530 through to the present day. 47 hand-illustrated timepieces are represented, including such horological highlights as the Rolex Submariner and the Jaeger-LeCoultre Duometre.

If you own any one of the watches on this poster, then you're doing very well indeed; the rest of us will have to make do with simply admiring this print - click on the image below to zoom in.

The 18" x 24" poster is available to preorder from Pop Chart Lab now for $29 (£19) - shipping begins on February 4th.

(Image: Pop Chart Lab)

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