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Newspapers and Magazines
We are always more than happy to provide assistance to any legitimate branch of the media, be this newspaper and magazine journalists, radio or television show researchers or even owners of relevant art and antiques related websites, with articles and advice relating to vintage wristwatches, alternative investments or even niche online businesses in Yorkshire.
Particularly to someone outside the vintage watch collecting scene, it can be a baffling world with a lot of seemingly intractable technical jargon. With over twenty five years experience at the cut and thrust front line of the luxury vintage watch business, we can take the weight off your shoulders by providing a wealth of background information, bespoke photographs of our stock to suit the theme of your article and access to our archive of over three hundred out of print reference books and several thousand original adverts covering the period from World War I through to the 1980s. High quality articles can be written by us at every level to meet specific needs, from the in-depth and very technical to the light and entertaining, or we can proof read work submitted by third parties to ensure that it is free from any embarrassing errors that might otherwise slip through the net. We will always make time to assist in this way, even if articles are required within a short timeframe to meet very close deadlines or immediate comment is needed in response to some current topical issue.
Presuming that the publication for which the article is intended is a well known one with substantial circulation, there is typically no charge for involvement of this kind. However, we would ask that in return for our help, a mention of our business and a printed, or online, link to this website is included. The exception to this might be if a series of longer articles was required, in which case, some sort of arrangement as to a suitable modest fee would have to be negotiated. We are deliberately very media friendly and certainly, our policy would always be that advice is freely offered to the media in exchange for publicity. Even in very extreme cases where a lot of input was required, the fees incurred would be kept at a modest level.