Need a gift for Dad? These top picks make the perfect gifts, even for someone who has it all.
This is a limited edition Damascus Steel watch from Bespoke Watch Company. It measures 36mm wide, with a flat sapphire crystal and blue leather strap. It is powered by a 26-jewel automatic movement.
This "175" grade movement was originally produced by the Illinois Watch Company in 1914. This manually wound movement is beautifully decorated, and has a fully jeweled gear train (21 jewels).
This watch is a limited edition of 125, individually numbered on the engraved watch back. It includes a brushed stainless steel case (gold PVD finish), 43mm width and domed sapphire crystal with interior UV coating. It is powered by a hybrid VK64 “mecha-quartz” movement with smooth sweeping hand and one-hour stopwatch function.
These cufflinks are made from real coins! Artist Stacey Lee Webber cuts each coin by hand to produce incredible, wearable pieces.
These custom-made cufflinks come in two styles; the James Bond circular logo or Goldfinger design. These are the perfect accessory for any 007 fan!
This is the first American edition of Ian Fleming’s first James Bond novel, Casino Royale. The book is presented in its original green cloth boards and striking dust jacket design. Tipped in to the front free page is a card signed by Ian Fleming in black ink.
This is a 19th century engraving of the important early painting, Washington Crossing the Delaware. German American artist Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze painted the oil-on-canvas painting in 1850. This engraving was published by Goupil & Co. several years later in 1856, and was engraved by Paul Giradet.
Bancroft wrote this account of George Washington's life following John Marshall’s extensive multi-volume work, with the aim to produce a more accessible single-volume work. The biography describes Washington’s command during the Revolutionary War, going into detail about his army career and his military campaigns.
The Beautiful and the Damned, published in 1922 by F. Scott Fitzgerald, presents the reader with a fictionalized telling of the perpetually problematic relationship between Zelda and Frances Scott Key Fitzgerald. The novel is not only a landmark in the career of F. Scott Fitzgerald, but a glimpse into past high-societies wrapped up in a rebound cover of blue leather and hand-worked gilding.