Girard-Perregaux recently announced a new addition to its classic 1966 collection, and it’s in steel. Now to uninformed outsiders the fact that it’s in steel might seem a little redundant, after all, so what if the watch is in steel? Lots of Swiss watch brands make watches in steel, right? Right. Except Girard-Perregaux isn’t one of them. Not typically speaking anyway.
When it comes to vintage watches, appearances can often be deceiving, like this Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date Ref 1530 for example.