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A watchmaker for Nomos assembles a watch in Glashutte, Germany. At least 50 percent of the timekeeping movement must be made here by hand. The watches sell from $1,315 to $5,000. (Christian Burkert/Special to The Washington Times)

A watchmaker for Nomos assembles a watch in Glashutte, Germany. At least 50 percent of the timekeeping movement must be made here by hand. The watches sell from $1,315 to $5,000. (Christian Burkert/Special to The Washington Times)

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