"Sweden, after witnessing Britain's failed attempts at protecting France and Norway, in addition to the fear of being cut-off from Germany like they were after World War I, continued to provide Germany with the resources they needed. Sweden was forced to choose between a potential invasion by Germany or potential economic back-lash from a halt in trade with Germany, neither was very attractive. Winston Churchill had no sympathy and called Sweden "That small, coward country". So what does Sweden's faux-neutrality have to do with the watch we have found for you today? Well the Omega Suveran was actually made by another self-declared neutral nation (Switzerland) as a means to help Sweden's government regain some financial independence. How exactly? Well the Swedish government purchased these watches directly from Omega and then sold them to it citizens with considerable markups. The profits from each sale went directly to the Swedish government. The Suveran was extremely popular within Sweden and they are relatively hard to come by today (Swedens not that big). The most popular version of the Suveran featured a "bulls-eye" face"
Alright now that we gotten our daily healthy dose of veggies time for the good stuff. Wagyu sandwich! Each bite just taste like cloud. Imagine it being a cloud filled with lovely fats yes a fat cloud. That's how the sandwich taste like. @wagyumafia_nakameguro excellent sandwich am definitely coming back before I leave tokyo #foodstagram#instafood#foodporn#wagyu#sogood
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The piece unique A Lange & Sohne 1815 Homage to Walter Lange in Stainless Steel will be auctioned off by Phillips Watches for charity. Photos: @phillipswatches (Note: caliber shot from the WG version for reference)