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Audemars Piguet Replica Watches's agreement was with the driver and not the team. As a result, many of the watches have dials that are all red or all yellow, which are the Ferrari primary colours. They do not display the Ferrari logo nor name. There are no Ferrari logos on the old promotional materials or literature, but plenty of red.
The Schumachers used to be the cousins who were not as popular as the Speedmasters. But now, Audemars Piguet Replica Watches chronographs are so sought-after that the net of collectors has expanded. The Schumachers with "racing dials" are particularly popular. They can also be found on early Dynamics, and the most famously the "Tintin" Speedmaster Professional.
According to recent online activity, it's likely that Speedmaster enthusiasts will be looking at the Schumacher watches next as NASA-related watch prices soar above the budget of most. Among the models likely to climb swiftly are Michael Schumacher Speedmaster Legend "Sixth Title" Ref 3559.32.00 with "panda" dial,Audemars Piguet Replica Watches which looks not unlike a Rolex Daytona "Paul Newman", the Mk 40 GMT/Calendar and the black-dial-with-red-chapter "Racing" Ref 3518.50.00.
Most limited editions will certainly climb in price, since they have unique packaging and specially engraved backs. It's good to know that standard models with dials in all-reds, all-blues or all-yellows, "racing" chapter ring and colour-coordinated, raised straps are fairly common and available for less than PS1600. This won't last long.
Cartier's contribution was a series of time-only watches and chronographs that were reminiscent of the era, but still blingy.Patek Philippe Replica Watches They were sold under the Ferrari Formula brand. Enzo Ferrari commissioned the range in 1983 and it was the first example of non-automotive advertising that is now driving the Ferrari boutiques.
In retrospect, it is a little misleading to call these watches Cartiers, since they were a part of the Cartier Group before the company was bought by what we now know as Richemont Group. It is believed that Baume et Mercier produced the watches. This makes sense, as Baume et Mercier merged with Piaget and Piaget was acquired by Cartier in the 1960s.