Competition – Win The New ‘Watches’ Book by Judith Miller – NOW CLOSED


Watches by Judith Miller

Watches by Judith Miller

Thanks to everyone who competed, the first five to correctly answer the question were:

  • Michelle
  • Jim Neble
  • Janis
  • SarahM
  • Gilla

We will be in contact with you shortly. 

This new book is the latest in the range of antique and collectibles by author Judith Miller (of “The House Detectives” fame) detailing the rise of the watch-wearing male over the last century.  Carefully picked are 300 of the best watches from each decade starting in 1910 all the way through to present-day.

From cover-to-cover, the book is packed with full page photographs of each watch, with sections being broken-down by date and brand.  

All our favourites are there including Rolex, Cartier, Omega, Longines and even the watch connoisseur is catered for with forgotten brands such as Elgin, Hamilton and Volta.

Here at Stylenerds, we have 5 copies of this fabulous book to giveaway to some of our lucky readers.  All you have to do is leave a comment below with the answer to the following question, along with your name and email address.  

Which watch company was established in Lancaster, Pennsylvania in 1892?

The first 5 correct answers from the comments section below, win the book!

If you aren’t fortunate enough to be one of our lucky winners, the book is also available from Octopus Publishing for the reasonable sum of £10.

Good luck!

Watches by Judith Miller

Watches by Judith Miller

Watches by Judith Miller

Watches by Judith Miller

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