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George Graham (1673-1751), best known as the father of the chronograph, was the first great 18th century clockmaker to be admitted to the Royal Society. The name is now attached to a Swiss brand reviving British horological tradition. Limited annual production and well defined chronographs are the hallmark of the Graham brand. Today, the brand has regained its rightful place in the world of precision watchmaking due to the commitment of its owners to follow in the heritage to which Graham dedicated himself. Launched in 2001 the company is based in La Chaux-de-Fonds Switzerland.