Last Chance to Bid on NAWCC 75th Anniversary Custom RGM Watch

Bidding time is almost up for the RGM chronograph specially made to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the NAWCC.

Last Fall, to help the NAWCC ( National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors) raise money to support the museum, RGM made and donated a special custom RGM watch to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the museum. Now, as the NAWCC is celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the organization, RGM once again made a custom watch…

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RGM and Hollywood 1923 Bring Hollywood to the Wrist

The Hollywood Watch by RGM for Hollywood 1923 features a piece of metal from the original Hollywood sign that was erected on the hillside in 1923.

It isn’t every day that you can say you are wearing an actual piece of Hollywood on your wrist. However, thanks to American watch brand RGM, and a group of cinema buffs known as Hollywood  1923, you now have a one in 12 chance of doing exactly that.  Roland Murphy, founder of RGM, was approached by…

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Watch Collectors Unite: WatchTime New York 2017 Is Around The Corner

A glimpse inside WatchTime New York.

The industry event of the year is just around the corner. WatchTime New York brings together some of the most illustrious brands in the watch industry and opens them up to the public. Held at Gotham Hall in New York City, this two-day event welcomes 30 brands to center stage. Festivities kick off on October…

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Watches Made in America: An Overview of American Watch Brand History

RGM Pennsylvania Series PS-801-EE

Tomorrow we celebrate the 4th of July – Independence Day, which honors America’s hard-won independence from Great Britain, and our adoption of the Declaration of Independence. On July 4, 1776, the 13 colonies claimed their independence — an event that led to the formation of the United States of America. Many industries flourished over the years in the USA, including watchmaking.…

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Celebrate the 4th of July with Made-in-America Watches

July 4th is a federal holiday in America, honoring our hard-won Independence from Great Britain and our adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. While fireworks and picnics usually crown the day, it’s a great time to take a close look at the Made-in-America sect of the watch market, which, a half…

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