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Patek Philippe will mark its 175th anniversary this year by introducing new watches in two waves: one at the Baselworld show and the other in the fall, when the brand will debut a number of limited-edition timepieces. 
Japanese watch company Seiko is bringing its line of adventure sport watches to the U.S. market for the first time and has a new collection designed to attract younger consumers, with prices starting below $200. 
The suit and helmet worn by actor and race-car driver Paul Newman in the 1980s is expected to sell for up to $70,000 at Antiquorum’s April 9 sale. 
Raymond Weil has a new special-edition Nabucco watch as well as a new collection called Toccata, a line of quartz watches where the entry-level models start at $750. 
Japanese watch brand Citizen has a new tagline, flagship model and a renewed focus on watches for women.  
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