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Audemars Piguet

This is a beautiful Audemars Piguet Royal Oak "Jumbo" in excellent condition. Audemars Piguet introduced the Royal Oak in 1972, and it was an instant classic. The Gerald Genta design was the first sport watch of its kind .This is a C series model from the 1980's. There are a lot scratches on the watch but it is in unpolished condition and has a beautiful tropical dial. This is considered the model 5402 and is powered by Audemars famous caliber 2121.

Baume & Mercier

This is an exceptional example of a Baume Mercier triple date chronograph moon-phase from the 1950's. The 18k yellow gold case is in mint condition. The watch has a beautiful original dial with a linen pattern in the center. The watch is triple signed.

Baume & Mercier

This beautiful example of a rare Baume & Mercier two register chronograph with original dial from the 1950’s. It is an oversize watch measuring 38mm with nice stepped horn lugs with beautiful definition. When I first picked the watch up I thought it was an Audemars or Vacheron. Great find and rare watch.

Breitling

This Breitling chronograph has a beautiful gilt dial with spiral inner tracking. Case has extended, movable lugs.

Breitling

This is an excellent example of a Breitling Top Time reference 824 from the 1960’s. The original dial has the AOPA (aircraft owners & pilots association) logo at 12:00 as well as 24 hours on the dial. The case of this watch is also in excellent condition.

Breitling

This is an exceptional example of a 1940's Breitling Premier reference 734 in stainless steel with a black original dial. The case and dial are in excellent condition. It is very difficult to find this model is such nice condition especially with a black original dial. Typically the dials on these model are heavily aged and not very attractive.

Cartier

This is a great example Cartier large tank known as the tank Cintrée from the 1950's. This watch is highly collectible and very difficult to find. The watch case has its Cartier numbers and French hallmarks. The movement is produced by European Watch and Clock Company which was Cartier’s number one watchmaker and most sought-after watch movement by collectors. This particular watch is in minty condition with a great case and a beautiful dial.

Cartier Cintrée
Circa 1950

Cartier

This is a 1960s midsize Cartier Tank Cintree made for the French market. The watch is in excellent condition with a sharp case and original dial. The watch has its Cartier numbers and French hallmarks.

Cartier

This is an exquisite Art Deco diamond and platinum lady's wristwatch by Cartier. The case has an exaggerated long case due to the hinged lugs. The crown is at the 12 o’clock instead of the usual placement at the 3 o’clock or the back wind. The dial is an original aged white with Breguet hands and Roman indexes. This is on a mesh bracelet with a folding clasp that has a diamond buckle.

Cartier

This is an incredible 18k Cartier wristwatch from the 1940s known as the “Super Tank”. It has the form of the Cartier Normale but twice the size which makes its quite rare and highly collectible. The Super Tank is equipped with the European Watch and Clock movement which is considered the most collectible movement by Cartier enthusiast. This watch has all the proper Cartier maker’s numbers and comes with the original deployant clasp from the period.

Cartier

This is an extremely rare 18k Cartier wristwatch from the early 1960s in the form of a horseshoe. This Horseshoe Cartier is in excellent condition with proper Cartier numbers and hallmarks. The movement is signed by European Watch and Clock Company which was Cartier's top watchmaker from the period. Not only does this Cartier have great style but there are only two others that have ever been on the market. The Cartier horseshoe comes with the original deployant buckle in the form of a stirrup.

Cartier Horseshoe
Circa 1960

Certina

This is an exceptional example of the Certina split second chronograph in stainless steel from the 1940's. I rarely see this model or other vintage split seconds come up for sale. This particular watch is in excellent condition with a large case with ornate lugs and a beautiful original dial. It seems like Certina produced this watch as a joint venture with Elgin and Illinois Watch Company as the case is signed by all three manufactures. This is a very scarce model.

Charles Gigandet

This is a mint example of an early execution Charles Gigandet triple date chronograph from the 1960s. The case is unpolished and the dial is in mint condition. This is a rare version with the extra large registers and AOPA logo below 12 o'clock.

Dodane

This is a beautiful example of a Dodane Type 21 chronograph issued to the French military from the 1960's. This watch is powered by a caliber 231 movement. The watch is in excellent condition and the dial has turned to a wonderful chocolate color.

Dodane Type 21
Circa 1960

Eberhard & Co.

This is an exceptional and extremely rare Eberhard split second chronograph in 18k yellow gold. The watch is in excellent condition with an unpolished case and an original dial with minor aging. It is very difficult to find this model in 18k yellow gold.

Eberhard & Co.

This is a great example of a Eberhard Contograf from the 1970s. This is a manual wind chronograph is in excellent condition with an unpolished case and original dial.

Eberhard Contograf
Circa 1970

Eterna

This is a great example of a Eterna chronograph with a very sharp and thick case.

Eterna Chronograph
Circa 1950

Favre-Leuba

This Favre-Leuba Bathy 160 vintage diver's watch with blue bezel and blue dial is on a Favre-Leuba stainless steel bracelet.

Gubelin

This is an exceptional example of a 1950s 18k yellow gold Gübelin chronograph with a copper color original dial. This watch is in mint condition with an unpolished case and an excellent condition dial. Gübelin is a high end brand from Switzerland say equivalent to Tiffany and Co in the U.S. They sold many high end watches including Patek Philippe, Audemars Piguet etc.

Heuer

This is a rare Heuer Autavia with a factory PVD coating. The dial is in excellent condition, the PVD coated case, bezel and Heuer bracelet are in good condition.

Heuer Autavia PVD
Circa 1970

IWC

This is IWC's version of the Rolex Milgauss which is used by scientists or engineers. It is highly protective from magnetic activity. This example is in exceptional condition with an original dial and great case.

IWC Ingenieur
Circa 1958

IWC

International Watch Co., Schaffhausen, Aquatimer. This is a rare model with a beautiful black original dial. The minty case has a screwed-down back with engraved submarine, the crown at the two adjusts the revolving inner bezel for the decompression times, and the crown at the four sets the time & date. The automatic movement is a caliber 8541B. 40x44mm. This is IWC's version of the Jaeger LeCoultre Polaris except without the alarm. The watch comes on the original IWC steel bracelet.

Jaeger LeCoultre

This is an exceptional example of a 18k rose gold Jaeger-Le-Coultre alarm watch from the 1950's. The watch is in mint condition including the case and dial. The case has an unusual form with hooded lugs.

Jaeger LeCoultre

The Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris alarm watch has a large cult following and is highly desired by many watch collectors worldwide. The case, dial and movement are in beautiful condition. The dial is original with rectangular luminescent markers and has turned to a beautiful chocolate color which is quite rare. It is an automatic watch with an inner rotation diver's bezel, alarm function, and date feature. This is the 1968 version and comes with the Jaeger archive. Comes on the stainless steel JB Champion band.

Jaeger LeCoultre

This is a wonderful Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox with original two-tone dial and date aperature at 3 O'clock. The case on this watch is sharp as a knife, I do not believe it has ever been polished. This watch is powered by a caliber 916 automatic movement.

LeCoultre

LeCoultre Memovox HPC, Polaris II dive / alarm watch. This came in a few color variations and all are rare however this blue color is highly sought after by collectors. The letters, HPG (High Precision Guarantee), were applied on models heading to the US. This watch is in minty condition with an original dial and unpolished case. Bracelet is unsigned.

LeCoultre

This is the highly coveted LeCoultre “Shark” chronograph from the 1960's. It is LeCoultre’s reference E 2643 and powered by the famous Val-joux caliber 72 manual wind movement. This LeCoultre Shark is in mint condition with an original dial and clean case. Typically the rotating bezel on these models are in poor condition and this particular bezel is in excellent condition which is difficult to find.

Longines

This is a ref.7981-3 by Longines is a very rare and collectible watch primarily for its manual movement. The watch has a Cal 530 flyback movement. This watch was produced by Longines specifically for professional divers. Circa 1960s

Longines

This is an extremely rare version of a one button Longines chronograph from the 1940's with a black original dial. The watch is in excellent condition including both the dial and case. This Longines chronograph has a unique feature which is a center minute recorder. The watch is powered by the by Longines caliber 12.68Z which is a very rare movement and highly desired by Longines enthusiast.

Longines

This is a rare staybrite steel Longines Aviator Hour Angle from the 1940’s. Its over-sized steel case has a double hinged case back, white enamel chapter ring with Roman numerals, an inner dial, a caliber 18.69N manual wind movement and a large winding crown. The watch is in excellent condition with no hairline cracks to the dial. This watch comes with an Archive from Longines.

Million

This is a first for me. This is a mint chronograph from the 1960s with brand name of Million. What a name and what a watch. This is a mint example with a beautiful black original dial and unpolished case. The watch is powered by a very high quality val-joux 72 manual wind movement. This Million watch comes on a steel period band has has the original box. It would be nice with a Million watch on your wrist.

Million Chronograph
Circa 1960

NICE

This is a stunning two-tone, Nice Watch Company, two register chronograph from the 1940’s.

Omega

This is the rare version of the Omega Railmaster but with Seamaster written on the bottom instead of the word Railmaster. This particular version was made for the Pakistani military and has special military markings on the back of the case. The watch is in excellent condition with a sharp case and original dial.

Omega

Elegant Omega Calatrava style watch in 18k rose gold with a two-tone textured ivory dial, and powered by an automatic caliber 491 movement.

Omega Calatrava
Circa 1950

Omega

This is an unpolished example of an Omega Flightmaster of the 1970s with the original Omega Flightmaster box. It is very difficult to find these models in such nice condition. This Omega Flightmaster also has beautiful tropical registers

Omega Flightmaster
Circa 1976

Omega

This is a rare two-tone Omega Speedmaster Professional chronograph on an Omega two-tone bracelet. Comes with a Champagne dial, silver chronograph registers, and run with a caliber 861 manual wind movement.

Omega Speedmaster
Circa 1982

Omega

This is a fun little Omega Deville chronograph from the 1960s with a blue original dial. Typically this model comes with a plain silver dial and to find one with this blue color is quite rare. The watch is in excellent condition with an unpolished case and mint dial.

Omega Deville
Circa 1960

Omega

This Omega Seamaster XVI was a commemorative series released for the 1956 Melbourne Olympics. It was also Omegas 25th anniversary as the official timepiece of the Olympics Games. This is the Omega Seamaster reference 2850SC in 18k yellow gold, it have the hallmark of the Olympic cross on the back of the case, and beautiful faceted frog leg lugs. The dial has raised faceted markers, Roman numeral representing the 16th Olympics, and dauphine hands. The movement is an automatic caliber 471.

Omega

This is an Omega Speedmaster Professional chronograph from 1960's. It is in excellent condition with an original beautifully aged dial and tachometer bezel insert. This Speedmaster is powered by a manual wind caliber 321 movement and is on an Omega link bracelet. The 321 movement is highly sought-after by Omega collectors.

Omega

This is an exceptional and original chronograph OMEGA FIFA from late '70s (FIFA Football Automatic Chronograph) with Cal.1045 automatic movement which is derivation of the Lemania 5100. The same movement is mounted on Seamaster and Speedmaster Holy Grail. Adopted by FIFA in 1979 for their staff, it was not available to the public. This is a very limited Omega and comes with the International Warranty. The watch is mint condition with an unpolished case and mint dial.

Omega

This is an amazing Omega Speedmaster reference 2998-2 from the early 1960s. The watch is in excellent condition and the dial has turned to the most beautiful chocolate color, and the bezel has a beautiful fade. This model comes with the very attractive lollipop seconds hand. The 2998 models are powered by the Omega’s world famous 321 caliber.

Omega

Omega rose gold constellation with an automatic caliber 354 movement

Omega

This is a rare Omega dress watch from the 1950's with unusual faceted horn lugs and interesting case details. The manual wind movement is a 410 caliber, 17-Jewels.

1950's Omega
Circa 1950

Omega

This is an extremely rare Omega Constellation in 18k white gold from the 1960s. Typically the Omega constellation model comes in steel, yellow, or rose gold and to find one in white gold is extremely difficult. This particular constellation is in excellent condition with a beautiful original dial and sharp case. This constellation comes on a very unusual and heavy Omega 18k white gold band.

Omega

This is an excellent example of the 1960s Omega Constellation, Ref. 2943, in 18k yellow gold with the Constellation logo on the back. The has a gilt pie-pan dial with applied arrow-head markers. The watch comes on an original Omega band and buckle. This has the Caliber 504 automatic movement.

Omega

This Omega Seamaster is in near mint condition in 14k yellow gold, caliber 500 automatic movement, on an Omega leather strap with a 14k tang buckle and comes with box and guarantee booklet.

Omega Seamaster
Circa 1960

Patek Philippe

This particular example of the Patek Philippe Calatrava reference 2573 has a double signature of the retailer "Beyer".

Patek Philippe

Patek Philippe reference 3579/1 has a thin stainless steel case, a silvered dial, and has a caliber 23-300 manual wind movement.

Patek Philippe

The is an extremely rare Patek Philippe ref: 1536 in 18k rose gold with a beautiful original pink color dial. The case is very unique with large cone type lugs, and the movement is quite rare with indirect seconds feature.

Patek Philippe

Patek Philippe Ellipse Ref 3738 with a slate blue dial, 18k yellow gold hidden lug case has a black Patek Philippe leather strap and 18k tang buckle.

Patek Philippe

This is a wonderful example of the Patek Philippe ref: 2526 in 18k yellow gold that was retailed by Serpico Y Laino Caracas. The porcelain dial is in excellent condition. The case has its original form with a hallmark in between the lugs. This is one of the most sought after time only Patek Philippe by many collectors around the world.

Patek Philippe

This is an extremely rare Patek Philippe reference 3428 in 18k rose gold from the 1960’s. This watch is the successor to the famous Patek Philippe reference 2526 and has similar features especially the porcelain dial. The case is slightly different than the 2526 and the watch is powered by the caliber 12-600 AT, 30-Jewel, instead of the caliber 27-460, 37-Jewel. The watch is in excellent condition with a sharp case and a perfect dial with no hairline cracks or fractures.

Patek Philippe

This is an incredible example of the Patek Philippe Amagnetic ref 3417 in stainless steel.

Patek Philippe

This is a beautiful Patek Philippe reference 3758. The 35mm yellow gold case has a hob-nail bezel, gilded dial with black roman numerals, a 27-jewel automatic movement caliber 240, and is on a Patek Philippe strap. Comes with the Patek Philippe Archive.

Patek Philippe

This is a rare and early Patek Philippe, Geneve in 18k gold cushion shaped wristwatch. The dial has Arabic numerals, outer railway minute divisions, cushion shaped case, enlarged bezel, downturned wire lugs, snap on back. Case, dial and movement are signed.

Patek Philippe

This is an extremely rare automatic platinum Patek Philippe ref: 3435 manufactured in 1963. This particular model typically comes in yellow or rose gold and to find one in platinum is close to impossible. As a matter of fact there are only two known examples in platinum. The watch is in excellent condition with an original dial and a lightly polished case. The watch is powered by caliber 27-460 automatic 37 jewel movement. The watch comes on a Patek Philippe strap with a platinum Patek Philippe tang buckle. Patek Philippe archive included.

Patek Philippe

This is an extremely rare Patek Philippe from the 1920's retailed by Tiffany and Co. What makes this watch so rare is its size which measures 50mm by 30mm. This was an enormous watch for the time period and very few of these oversize watches ever come up for sale. This watch is in excellent condition, and the dial is original with beautiful patina.

Patek Philippe

This is a rare rectangular Patek Philippe reference 2443 in 18k rose gold from the 1950s. This form is quite difficult to find in rose gold especially in excellent condition.

Patek Philippe

This is an extremely rare 18k yellow gold Patek Philippe wristwatch with unusual lugs from the 1950s. It is a Ref. 2426 with a manual-wind movement. This watch is in new-old-stock condition. The case has hooded lugs, and a gilt dial. We have not seen this model in many years. The band is a beautiful dark brown alligator with an 18K yellow gold buckle. Comes with a Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives.

Patek Philippe

Unusual Patek Philippe Ref. 3418 convertible wristwatch in stainless steel with silvered dial, applied markers, subsidiary seconds at the 6 o'clock, and a stainless steel mesh belt like bracelet.

Patek Philippe

This is a highly collectible and iconic reference of a Patek Philippe Calatrava reference 570 from 1940s.

Patek Philippe

This an elegant Patek Philippe Calatrava reference 3425 with an automatic movement.

Patek Philippe

This is an exceptional example of a Patek Philippe calatrava reference 570 from 1960s. The case has not been polished and the dial is untouched. The watch is mint and highly collectible due to its size and iconic reference.

Record

Record Triple Date Moon Phase Chronograph with a nicely patinaed yellow gold case, an original gold dial, and day/month in Spanish.

Tudor

This is a lovely Tudor Stainless Steel Day-Date Oyster Prince. The condition of this watch is excellent. This watch comes on a Rolex folded oyster link bracelet.

Tudor

Tudor Prince Oyster Date Submariner reference 79090 from the 1990's. This automatic watch comes on a Tudor oyster flip lock bracelet.

Ulyse Nardin

This an incredible and rare Ulysse Nardin chronograph from the 1940's in 18k rose gold. It is an oversize case measuring 37mm. I have never seen this model for sale. The watch is in mint condition with a pink original dial and unpolished case.

Universal Geneve

This is an extremely rare Universal Geneve chronograph in stainless steel from the 1960's known as the “albino.” The watch is in mint condition with an unpolished case, excellent original dial, black rotating bezel and an original tight Universal Geneve stainless steel band. I don’t see this model come up for sale very often especially in this type of condition.

Universal Geneve

Universal Geneve Triple Date Moon Phase in stainless steel with a snapback case, sharp horn lugs, lightly aged dial, aperture window with the day in Spanish.

Universal Geneve

This is an exceptional example of a 14k Universal Geneve Tri-Compax from the 1950's. Both the case and original dial are in mint condition. This is a very rare model and very difficult to find in such nice condition.

Universal Geneve

Universal Geneve Tri-Compax in stainless steel with a black dial, day/month & moonphase apertures, tachymetre bezel, chronograph, and has a caliber 281 manual wind movement.

Universal Geneve

This is a mint example of one the most desired Universal Geneve Tri-Compax models from the 1960s. This is considered the Paul Newman of the Tri-Compax models with the multicolor blue and grey dial with outer white tracking. The watch features a triple date calendar and chronograph function. This Universal Geneve is in mint condition with an unpolished case and an incredible original dial.

Vacheron Constantin

A rare Vacheron Constantin wristwatch with unusual lug they call Cornucopia lugs. This has a manual wind movement, a silvered guilloche´ dial, subsidiary seconds, and snap case back.

Vacheron Constantin

Vacheron Constantin gold wristwatch from the 1950's with a manual wind movement, silver reeded dial with applied markers, and a snap case back. Comes with Vacheron Constantin box.

Vacheron Constantin
Circa 1950

Vacheron Constantin

This is a fine Vacheron Constantin reference 6378 in white gold with an inclined bezel, hallmarks on the concave lugs, screwed down case back, and has a caliber K1071 automatic movement.

Vacheron Constantin

This is a stainless steel Vacheron Constantin Royal Chronometer from the 1970s. The watch is in immaculate condition with a mint dial, case, and movement. Movement is the automatic winding Vacheron Constantin Caliber 1096 with 21 jewels, gold rotor with guilloche, and adjusted to heat, cold, isochronism and in 5 positions. The movement is a C.O.S.C. Certified Chronometer. This model is quite rare and difficult to find for sale on the market.

Zenith

This is a rare vintage Zenith 40T, in stainless steel. It has a signed manual wind caliber 40T

Zenith Chronometer
Circa 1960

Zenith

This is an extremely rare example of a Zenith “Captain” Chronometer watch in 18k white gold from the 1970s. I typically see this model in stainless steel but rarely do they come available in 18k white gold. The watch is powered by Zeniths automatic high grade caliber 2542pc. This rare “Captain” watch comes on the original 18k white gold Zenith band.

Zenith

This an incredible example of an 18k rose gold square Zenith from the 1950s. This Zenith has a mint original dial and a unpolished case. It is powered by Zenith's 28 jewel caliber 2522p automatic movement. It is quite hard to find these untouched watches today.

Zenith Automatic
Circa 1950

Zenith

Zenith Respirator aka "Kennedy" from the 1960's. The square stainless steel case is in excellent condition. The dial has the Swiss Made T on the original silver dial. This has an automatic movement.

Zenith Respirator
Circa 1960

Zenith

This is a beautiful example of this Zenith El Primero in yellow gold from the 1970's. Both the case and the exotic dial are in excellent condition. This El Primero comes on an original Zenith leather strap and buckle.

Zenith

This is an exceptional example a Zenith Chronograph that was made for the Italian military in the 1970s. The watch is in mint condition with an original dial and a near perfect bezel. It is difficult to find these models in such nice condition. The retailer of the watch was A. Cairelli who supplied the Italian air force with these models. The back of the watch is marked Cronometro TIPO CP-2. I don't believe the watch has ever been polished.