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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, it was an instant classic. The Gerald Genta design was the first sport watch of its kind. This is one of the first ones ever made, this is apparent due to its "A" serial number and AP Logo at 6 o'clock. This characteristic is exclusive to the "A" series which has become highly collectible. It is in incredible condition and features the original bracelet.

Breitling

A very collectible and rare Breitling Unitime world time wristwatch in stainless steel with an original black dial, black roulette wheel 24-hour outer ring, date aperture, bi-directional rotating bezel, and an automatic caliber 711 movement. Not only is this quite rare but it is a minty example as well.

Cartier

This is a highly unusual Extra Large Tank from the 1940's. The case is much longer and wider than the Tank Louis Cartier and is equipped with the European Watch & Clock Company manual wind movement.

Cartier

This is an Art Deco diamond and platinum lady's wristwatch by Cartier, France . It appears the case has added length due to the extended lugs. The white dial is original with Poires Stuart hands and Roman indexes. This is on a black cord with a gold and enamel clasp.

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 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
(On Hold)

Cartier

This is an Extremely rare 18k white gold Cartier watch from 1939. It has a beautiful stepped case wit French Hallmarks. The movement is signed by European Watch Company which was Cartier's top watchmaker and most sought-after by collectors. Comes on a leather strap and Cartier deployant clasp. This is a really rare form by cartier and quite difficult to find.

Favre-Leuba

This is a Favre Leuba Sea-Sky chronograph from the 1970s. This is a highly sought-after model especially among the dive watch collectors. This watch is in excellent condition with an original dial and a slightly polished case. The Sea-Sky is powered by the Val-joux 72 caliber.

Favre Leuba Sea-Sky
Circa 1970

Gubelin

This is an extremely rare square Gubelin watch from the 1950s with an original cloisonné dial in 18k yellow gold. This Gubelin is in mint condition with an unpolished case and a mint dial with no damage or cracks. The watch is powered by an automatic movement and the case is ornate with the split style lugs. These cloisonné dial watches are quite rare and to find a scene like on this watch is impossible. I have confirmation that this dial was delivered to Gueblin in the 1950s for this particular watch.

Gubelin Cloisonné
Circa 1950

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 an original 1970s Heuer Monaco with an original grey dial with an unusual configuration. It is the reference 1533b. This is an automatic version and quite rare with this dial combination. Comes on an original Heuer stainless bracelet.

Heuer Monaco
Circa 1972

Heuer

This is a rare miniature two register original black dial chronograph with a Valjoux manual wind movement.

Heuer

This is the rare and highly sought after Heuer Skipper Autavia from the 1970s. This version of the Autavia was made especially for Yachtsmen, the minute hand jumps every 30 seconds. It features a cal 7734 automatic movement and a beautiful blue original dial in excellent condition. The case and bezel are also very strong. The Skipper is a must have for any Heuer Collector.

Heuer

This is a mint example of the Heuer Cortina model from the 1970s. The Cortina model is powered by the caliber 12 Heuer automatic movement, the same as in the Monaco, Autavia and Silverstone, models. Heuer named this model after the Italian mountain Cortina to represent winter sports.

Heuer Cortina
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

Jaeger LeCoultre

This is an excellent example of a beautiful 18k LeCoultre chronograph from the 1960s. The watch does have scratches on it but has never been polished. It has been well preserved. The watch has a beautiful original dial in minty condition. It is a manual wind watch and is powered by the caliber Valjoux 72.

Jaeger LeCoultre

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

LeCoultre

This is a rare little critter by Lecoultre called the Master Mariner Deep Sea. It is an original dive watch and in the same family as the Lecoultre Polaris. This is particular Deep Sea is in excellent condition a black original dial and a inner rotating bezel. The case has very little polish wear. It is an automatic watch and powered by Lecoultre's caliber k883.

LeCoultre

This is a rare 1960s LeCoultre model known as the Quartermaster. It is mechanical watch and it has a black original 24 hour dial. I have been too many shows and auctions over last few years and have not seen this model for sale. This particular watch is a great example

LeCoultre

This is a mint example of a Lecoultre chronograph from the 1950s. Both the dial and case are in mint condition and the valjoux 72 movement is keeping good time. It is very difficult to find this model in such nice condition.

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 an excellent example of the LeCoultre model known as the Deep Sea alarm watch. This particular watch is in excellent condition with a mint dial and case. The inner part of the dial has turned to a beautiful chocolate color. The automatic movement is a caliber K815. I never see the Deep Sea models come up for sale and to find one in excellent condition is near impossible. Typically, the bezel of these watches are destroyed, but this one has been well preserved. Here is an opportunity to own a very rare watch.

Longines

This is an exceptional example of an 18k rose gold Longines Conquest from the 1960s. The case is unpolished. The rose color dial with outer mirror track is in mint condition and quite rare. This example comes with the original and rare Longines leather box and original Longines Conquest papers. What great package.

Longines Conquest
Circa 1960

Longines

This is an incredible example of a large stainless steel Longines Calatrava from the 1950s. It is similar to the Patek Philippe Calatrava reference 570. The watch is in mint condition with an unpolished case and original dial.

Longines Calatrava
Circa 1950

Longines

This is a great example of a stainless steel Longines chronograph from the 1950s. This watch has a minty original dial with beautiful patina. The case is also in excellent condition with very little polish wear. This chronograph is powered by the most desired longines caliber 30ch.

Longines

This is a beautiful example of a Longines Chronograph in 14k gold from the 1950s. It has very pleasing three color original dial and heavy gold waterproof case. The watch is powered by Longines caliber 30ch. This is a highly collectible watch and a very rare model.

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 Longines “ Conquest Calendar “ ref 9005 is a time capsule and is in new old stock condition. The thick 18k gold case has a screw down case back with the blue enamel Longines medallion, the champagne colored dial has gold fancy indexes, and has an automatic movement . It appears that this case has kept its sharp edges and the hallmark is very clear. This watch comes with the Longines hang-tag.

Movado

This is a beautiful example of a Movado Calendomatic in 18k yellow gold. The case, dial, and movement are in mint condition and 100% original. The case has beautiful lugs and the dial is perfect.

Movado Calendomatic
Circa 1950

Movado

This is a rare and beautiful example of a Movado Astronic HS360 in stainless steel. The watch features a triple date calendar moonphase chronograph and is powered by Zenith's El Premiro caliber 3019 PHF movement which was jointly developed by both Zenith and Movado in the late 1960s. This particular watch is in excellent condition and was never polished so there are some small surface scratches.

Movado

This is a mint example of a Movado Chronograph Sub-Sea from the early 1970s. Both the case and dial are flawless. It is difficult to find this model in such nice condition. Typically the the rotating bezels are chewed up or scratched and this one is mint.

Movado

This an exceptional example of a stainless Movado chronograph from the 1950s. Both the case and original dial are in mint condition. It is getting quite difficult to find these older chronographs in such nice condition.

Movado Chronograph
Circa 1950

Omega

This is an exceptional example of the Omega Railmaster reference 2914-4 from 1960.. The case is in excellent condition with sharp angles, and the dial is minty with beautiful patina. This is a manual wind watch and powered by Omega’s caliber 284. This railmaster comes on an original Omega band. This particular Omega was designed for professionals that worked around large amounts of magnetic activity similar to the Rolex Milgauss. Comes with an Omega archive.

Omega

Omega stainless steel Chronometre wristwatch, Ref. 2364, with a caliber 30 T2 Rg, 17-jewel manual-wind movement. This was the first Omega chronometer with this movement having the subsidiary seconds. Comes with the Archive from the Omega Museum.

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 a great example of a Omega Seamaster XVI. It was a commemorative series released for the 1956 Melbourne Olympics. and was also Omega’s 25 anniversary as the official timepiece of the Olympics Games. This is the Omega Seamaster reference 2850SC in 18k rose gold it has the hallmark of the Olympic cross on the back of the case, beautiful faceted dog leg lugs, and is is excellent condition. The beautiful original porcelain 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 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 is a minty example of the Omega Seamaster Chronograph known as the Big Blue. The unpolished case and the fragile acrylic bezel are minty. Typically the bezels are cracked or faded. The dial is also minty. The watch comes on the original Omega stainless bracelet.

Omega

This is a very rare Omega Railmaster wristwatch from the 1960s. What makes this so rare are the Arabic numerals, normally the markers are the luminescent arrows. It is in beautiful condition with the original Omega stainless steel bracelet. The first I have ever seen.

Omega Railmaster
Circa 1960

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 a minty example of the Omega Seamaster Chronograph known as the Big Blue. The case and the fragile acrylic bezel are minty. Typically the bezels are cracked or faded. The dial is also minty. The watch comes on the original Omega stainless bracelet.

Omega

Omega rose gold constellation with an automatic caliber 354 movement

Omega

This is an excellent example of the Speedmaster Professional Chronograph powered by the caliber 861 manual wind movement. The original dial has faded to become a beautiful chocolate color. Comes complete with the original box, papers, and sales receipt.

Omega Speedmaster Chronograph
Circa 1970
(Sale Pending)

Omega

Omega Constellation Chronometre with a original Pie Pan gold dial, has a caliber 505 automatic movement, and the hooded lug case is on an Omega brick motif bracelet with deployant clasp.

Omega Constellation
Circa 1950

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

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

An unusual and unconventional designed by Geneva jewelry designer Gilbert Albert for Patek Philippe. This asymmetrical watch from the "Ricochet" line is a reference 3424 with a sector champagne dial, snap-on back, and integrated Patek Philippe yellow gold bracelet. It comes with original Certificate of Origin and an Extract from Archives. This is a fantastic, super rare and highly collectible piece. Not only a wonderful timepiece, it makes a bold design statement on the wrist.

Patek Philippe

Patek Philippe Calatrava reference 3893 with a beautiful enamel dial with applied indexes, seconds at 6 'clock, and a manual wind movement.

Patek Philippe Ref 3893
Circa 1990
(On Hold)

Patek Philippe

Patek Philippe & Co over-sized Calatrava reference 570 in stainless steel with a two tone silvered dial, subsidiary seconds at the 6 o'clock, and Arabic even numerals.

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 an exceptional example of the Patek Philippe reference 2526 in 18k rose gold. It is rare to find a Ref 2526 in Rose gold. The case is in excellent condition and has its original form with a hallmark in between the lugs. The enamel dial of the watch is in perfect condition with no hairline cracks or flaws The 30 jewel 12-600 AT caliber movement is in excellent condition with the 18k rotor. This is one of the most sought after time only Patek Philippe by many collectors around the world. According to the Patek archive certificate this watch was originally sold in 1959.

Patek Philippe

This is an exquisite Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Moon Phase reference 3940 complete with box and papers.

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

This is a very unusual and rare 18k yellow gold Patek Philippe from the 1950s. This model is a large watch for the period and has very ornate flame style lugs. This reference 2424. Is in excellent condition with an excellent case and an untouched dial. Rarely do these models come up for sale.

Patek Philippe

This is an extremely rare Patek Philippe reference 1415 World Time in 18k yellow gold form the 1950s. This 1415 is in excellent condition with an original dial and nicely engraved bezel with the countries of the world. This is a highly sought after Patek Philippe by collectors and is triple signed.

Patek Philippe

This is an extremely rare rectangular Patek Philippe reference 2503 from the 1950s with bunny ear style lugs. The case of this rare reference 2503 is in mint condition and probably never polished. The dial is an original replacement dial by Patek Philippe. The watch comes on an original Patek band and original buckle.

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 Patek Philippe Calatrava reference 570 in 18k white gold from the 1950s. Typically the white gold 570 comes with the sweep seconds hand, and to find a white gold example with subsidiary seconds is extremely rare. Also ,the back of the subsidiary dial model has a flat back as opposed to angled back on the sweep second model This calatrava reference 570 is in mint condition with a very sharp case and an untouched mint dial.

Patek Philippe

This is a mint example of the Jumbo Patek Philippe Nautilus reference 3700 in 18k yellow gold from the 1980's. This is a very rare find especially in 18k gold. It is a beautiful example with sharp edges and a mint black original dial.

Patek Philippe

Patek Philippe Calatrava in 18k yellow gold with hobnail bezel, white dial with subsidiary seconds at the 6 o'clock, manual wind movement, on a Patek Philippe leather strap and yellow gold buckle.

Patek Philippe

This is one of the best 1950s Patek Philippe reference 2552 I have seen in a very long time. First, it is extremely rare because not many of these models were produced in 18k white gold. The stick marker dial is quite rare and its condition in untouched and MINT MINT. The beautiful case is extremely sharp with a very deep hallmark on the outside of one of the lugs. The movement is in excellent condition with an 18k rotor with 30 jewels.

Patek Philippe 2552
Circa 1955

Patek Philippe

This is a rare watch that you don't see very often. It is the Patek Philippe reference 2509 in stainless steel from the 1950s. This reference 2509 is in excellent condition with an untouched original dial with subsidiary seconds. The water resistant case is also in excellent condition and probably has been polished only one time so it still has its original form.

Patek Philippe

This is the extremely rare Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Chronograph Reference 2499 in 18K Rose Gold. This beautiful example is a second series which features the tachymeter scale. It is in absolutely mint condition with razor sharp lugs, unpolished case and untouched dial. It is truly the Grail Patek Philippe.

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Patek Philippe

This is an excellent example of the Patek Philippe Amagnetic reference 3417 in stainless steel. This watch is Patek’s version of the Rolex Milgauss and is quite rare. It was typically purchased by professionals in the science field who worked around a lot of magnetic activity. The watch is powered by Patek’s caliber 27-AM400 and is complete with the original dust cap.

Patek Philippe

Patek Philippe Stainless Steel Calatrava reference 96 with an ivory dial, manual wind movement, snap back case, and comes with an Archive from Patek Philippe.

Patek Philippe

This is an exceptional example of the Patek Philippe reference 2526 in 18k yellow gold. The case dial and movement are in minty condition. The porcelain dial of the watch is in perfect condition with no hairline cracks or flaws. This is a first generation dial which is the most desired of the 2526 models. The case is minty condition and could be unpolished or polished one time lightly. The 30 jewel automatic movement caliber 12-600 is running like a charm. Circa 1950s.

Patek Philippe

This vintage Patek Philippe reference 3445 is a classic. The 35mm case has sharp edges, screw down case back, original silver dial with subsidiary seconds and date aperture. The automatic movement is a Patek Philippe caliber 27-460M, 37-jewels. Comes with an Extract from the Archives.

Patek Philippe

This is a rare example of the Patek Philippe Amagnetic ref 3417 in stainless steel. This watch is in excellent condition with a strong case and a nicely aged original dial. This watch is Patek’s version of the Rolex Milgauss and is quite rare. It was typically purchased by professionals in the science field who worked around a lot of magnetic activity. The watch is powered by Patek’s caliber 27-AM400 and is complete with the original dust cap

Record

This is an exceptional example of the Record split second chronograph in stainless steel from the 1940s. 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. Record was a Swiss manufacture and used a movement caliber 179 to run this watch.

Tudor

A rare Tudor Stainless Steel OysterDate Chronograph aka Monte Carlo Ref 7159/0. Case and bracelet are signed Rolex

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

This is a beautiful Universal Geneve Polerouter De Luxe in 18K Rose Gold in mint condition. It features an original pristine dial and an automatic movement.

Universal Geneve

This is a beautiful and rare example of a 14k yellow gold Universal chronograph wristwatch from the 1950s. This model rarely shows up in gold. This Uni-Compax model is in excellent condition with a well preserved case and original dial.

Universal Geneve

This is a rare and unusual Universal Geneve oversized Chronograph in excellent condition form the 1940s. Typically this model is in poor condition, but this particular watch is in original condition with an excellent case and original dial. It is very difficult to find a 1940s chronograph this large

Universal Geneve

This is a great example of a Universal Geneve Tri-Compax in 18k yellow gold from the 1950s. It comes in an oversize case measuring 37.5.mm…The dial is 100 percent original with some slight aging but in excellent condition for the period.

Universal Geneve

This is a beautiful example of a 18k rose Universal Geneve Tri-Compax from the 1950s. The case is in excellent condition with its original form and copper color original dial. This is a mechanical watch with a triple-date calendar chronograph and is one of Universal Geneve’s most iconic models.

Universal Geneve

This is an excellent and rare example of a Universal Geneve Aero Compax chronograph from the 1960s with a 24 hour dial and bezel. This model rarely shows up for sale especially in such nice condition. The bezels of these watches are usually all scratched and not very attractive. This Aero Compax comes with the original instruction pamphlet.

Universal Geneve

Universal Geneve Compax reference 22278

Universal Geneve Compax Ref 22278
Circa 1950
(Sale Pending)

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 an incredible example of an 18k Vacheron Constantin Turnograph date from the 1960s. Typically this watch comes with a normal gilt color dial but this particular one has a beautiful textured dial. The case is in mint condition with a well defined rotating bezel and sharp lugs and hallmarks.

Vacheron Constantin

This is a beautiful and mint example of an oversize Vacheron Constantin from the 1950s. The watch case has never been polished and the dial is mint with a beautiful guilloche pattern. The lugs on this case are very ornate and extremely rare.

Vacheron Constantin
Circa 1950

Wittnauer

This is a beautiful Wittnauer Professional chronograph from the 1960s. It features a unique red tachometer/telemeter track. The dial and case are both in excellent condition. This rare model would make a wonderful addition to any collection.

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

Zenith Divers watch known as the Big Lemon. This has the original yellow dial, bezel, and bracelet.

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