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Had no idea Michael Crichton was also into watches.

In many photos he can be seen wearing his Speedmaster:
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From the '70s, Flightmaster
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His other Speedmaster (7A28-7040)
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In 2010, Antiquorum sold his "pre-explorer".
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They claim further: "Although the fact is not widely known, Michael Crichton was a passionate collector of watches, with a preference for vintage Rolex Sports models."

Has anyone more information about his collection?

PS, with the Oyster bracelet, I think Rolex.
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Another photo, looks like a Navitimer with cal. 7750 / B13 inside. Photo from 1991.
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And surely “coincidental“ Hodinkee published on August 19, 4 days after this thread, an article about another Breitling, Michael Crichton appears to have owned for just a week…
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I have said many time before and I will say again.

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A member here is a writer for Hodinkee. God knows how many more writers from blogs and main stream publications are here? Maybe even Ariel from a A blog to watch is here too.

We also know the dozens of YouTubers here who don’t post much but create videos discussing topics we are all discussing online here.

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