The dials recall vintage examples of Audemars Piguet chronograph watches from the s to s, with subdial colors that contrast the color of the main dials, along with the hallmark Grand Tapisserie motif on the main dial. The cases have glareproofed sapphire crystals and screw-locked crowns that help ensure a water-resistance of 50 meters. Click here for more details and more models in the collection of Royal Oak Chronographs. The movement, which is visible through a sapphire caseback, is a COSC -certified chronometer with a hour power reserve. These various complications are made possible by a Citizen Eco-Drive movement, which harnesses natural or artificial light energy to power the watch.
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Although the overall appearance of the ad is convincing at first glance, the closer one looks the more preposterous its content reveals itself to be. The pistol shown in the illustration, allegedly a Colt Cobra. The image matches up fairly closely to one we found in a mids ad for a Colt Detective Special third series, introduced in :. And what about that leering creep? From all of the above it makes sense to suppose that there was an existing scanned image, most likely of another vintage ad, that served as a template for the Colt Cobra parody. A reverse-image search provided instant confirmation that that is the case — the Colt Cobra ad is a reworking of a full-page advertisement for Gleem Toothpaste that appeared on page of Life magazine on 11 February
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He wanted a car. But what he really, really wanted was a lowrider: a white, hardtop Chevrolet Impala with a red interior. So he started reading Lowrider magazine around in his hometown of East Los Angeles to indulge his fantasies of car ownership.
Is there a good product for mailing things that are kind of thin in one dimension and therefore less rigid like magazines? I tried to find this policy in the USPS site. Is this a real policy? We ship vintage magazines, where possible, via First class mail with a rigid cardboard protector in manila envelopes. Rigid mailers similar to a Priority Flat Rate Envelope are a good option.