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Birth Year Rolex and Patek Philippe Watches


Audemars Piguet

This is a great example of an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak reference 5402 B series from the late 1970s. The dial is in excellent condition with a beautiful color and all original luminescent hands and markers. The case and band are very sharp with the original long buckle with Audemars Piguet signed locking clasp. The watch has all its original features including the crown, date wheel, and buckle.

Audemars Piguet

This is a fantastic and rare Audemars Piguet time only Dress watch from the late 1940's. This oversized case measures 35 mm and has amazingly large tear drop lugs. The case is very substantial on the wrist and is an exceptional design. The original gold tone dial has black Arabic numbers and applied markers. There is a nice and large subsidiary seconds register at 6 oclock. The watch is powered by an 18 jewel manual wind movement. This is a super chic Audemars Piguet wrist watch.

Audemars Piguet

This mid 1980's Audemars Piguet model known as 'The Philosopher' is a true example of AP's simplicity and elegance in style. This ultra thin yellow and white gold round stepped case is in excellent condition with a hidden crown on the case back. This super thin case houses Audemars Piguets in-house 2003/1 17 jewel manual wind movement. This movement is still one of the thinest movements out there. The original matte off white dial has black baton and applied yellow gold baton markers. The single hand 12- hour dial with no name on the dial adds to the simplicity of this timepiece. This watch comes on its original Ap black band with original gold AP buckle.

Breguet

This is a highly collectible and rare early Breguet 18kt yellow gold chronograph, circa the 1940's. The gold 3 body composition case with snap back and 2 square pushers for the chronograph exude simplicity in its design. The original dial shows the age of this timepiece but does not diminish its beauty. The elegance of the dial with its applied dot and even markers, black seconds track and outer blue tachymeter scale all blend together beautifully. The dial, case and Valjoux 23 movement are all signed 318 as it should.

Breitling

This is a beautiful example of a stainless steel Breitling Chronomat reference 808 circa 1967. The original silver dial is in excellent condition. The case is unpolished and has retained all its original edges and hallmarks. This watch is powered by a Venus caliber 175 manual wind movement. The overall condition of this watch is excellent. What I do love about this model is its very wearable sized chronograph.

Breitling

Breitling Chronograph reference 790 with beautiful dial featuring blue and red tracking.

Cartier

This Cartier Paris Ellipse watch, known as the ' TV Screen', is from the 1970's and in 18k yellow gold. This large cased watch is in excellent condition with its hallmarks and serial number totally intact. The original white dial with black roman numerals is an iconic Cartier design. This is a manual wind watch with a fantastic chic Cartier look. This model has become highly collectible and sought after.

Cartier

Believed to be produced in fewer than 150 pieces, this Cartier Paris Tortue limited edition “Collection Priveé Cartier Paris” (CPCP) circa 2003 is very special. Especially since this watch is numbered #1! The CPCP collection ran for 10 years between 1998 and 2008. The CPCP collection produced limited edition pieces respecting the past in a more modern manner. The easiest way to differentiate a CPCP watch is that the dial is signed Cartier Paris. The watch we have here is in excellent condition. It features an elegant silver engine-turned dial with 'Cartier Paris' in their classic typeface, with Roman numeral hour markers and blued steel "Breguet" hands. The case is super strong with all numbering fully intact. This important watch is powered by a hand-engraved manually wound privee caliber 437MC movement, which you case see thru its exhibition see through case back. The watch comes on a black Cartier strap with 18kt white gold Cartier deployant buckle.

Cartier

This is a super rare Cartier LONDON ladies Tank circa 1970's. The watch is all original with a gorgeous matte dial with the iconic Cartier Roman numbers and blue steel hands. This is a manual wind watch with a Jaeger LeCoultre movement inside. The small size is so elegant. Beautiful rare piece of Cartier history.

Cartier

This is a very rare Cartier 18kt yellow gold wristwatch from the 1960's. The 33mm round case is solid gold with hidden lugs. The original dial on this watch is very unusual for Cartier. It is an ivory tone with red Arabic 24 hour dial. This unicorn is powered by a manual wind Bueche Girod movement. There is a lovely inscription in Spanish on the back of the case. This watch comes on a lizard strap with a Cartier yellow gold deployant buckle.

Heuer

This is a fantastic Heuer Carrera 12 in 18kt yellow gold circa 1965. This is a First execution watch with a silver dial, silver sunken registers and applied thin gold markers. The solid yellow gold case on this watch we believe to be unpolished and has patina all over it. The watch has its original crown and pump pushers. This beauty is powered by the famous Valjoux 72 manual wind movement.

LeCoultre

This truly is a grail watch for LeCoultre Polaris collectors. The condition of this extremely rare LeCoultre Polaris Dive Memovox from 1965 is just incredible. The case is super sharp with the chamfers on the lugs clearly visible and not rounded like most are once they have been polished. The original black dial is pristine with the 'Automatic Alarm Calendar' wording which you only see on the LeCoultre Polaris from 1965 made for the American market, not the Jaeger LeCoultre version which was made for the European market. Another nice detail of this dial are the big and small luminous dots of the alarm disc. This watch is powered by an automatic K825 movement with a manually wound alarm function. The 1965 Polaris is an iconic watch and much harder to find than the 1968 Polaris which is very special and rare in its own right. This wonderful watch comes with its original box, original instruction booklet and original Tropic rubber band.

LeCoultre

The LeCoultre Polaris Memovox is highly collectible and certainly has a cult following. This watch features a jumbo size 42mm steel case with 2 piece case back designed to amplify the sound of the alarm underwater. The case features 3 oversized crowns with a cross hatch pattern: the top crown sets the alarm, the middle crown turns the inner rotating bezel and the bottom crown sets the time. This piece is powered by an automatic K825 movement with a manually wound alarm function. The watch we are offering here is in excellent condition. The steel case is super strong and the all original dial is a beauty. The black matte dial is all original with gorgeous original lume. This great watch comes with its original LeCoultre box and booklet.

Longines

This is a fabulous Longines stainless steel chronograph from 1947. The stepped case is sharp and crisp. The silver original dial with black arabic numbers and blue outer tracking is in excellent condition for a watch of this age. This piece of history is powered by the famous 13ZN manual wind movement. This excellent and highly collectible Longines chronograph comes with an Archive from Longines.

Longines

This is a fantastic oversized Longines chronograph with the famous 13ZN manual wind movement, circa 1945. The stepped stainless steel case and lugs are in excellent condition. All the edges are still present and sharp. The dial is spectacular! It has a golden tone with black arabic numbers and pulsations around the outer rim of the dial. The blue steel hands stand out against tone of the dial. The large chronograph registers count seconds and chronograph minutes. This oversized chronograph measuring 37mm is powered by the famous 13ZN manual wind movement.

Omega

This is a lovely Omega Speedmaster ref. 105.012-66, from 1966. The overall condition of this watch is excellent. The original dial has a great vintage look with original lume. The lume on the hands look to be color matched to match the dial. The case is super strong and has gorgeous curved lugs. The watch has its original dot above 90 bezel and is powered by the famous caliber 321 manual wind movement.

Omega

This a very rare variation of the Omega Military one button chronograph for the Royal Canadian Air Force. It is in amazing all original condition with an unpolished case and mint dial. In the early 1960’s, Royal Canadian Air Force commissioned 5 companies to produce white dial single pusher chronographs: Lemania, Omega, Rodania, Birks and Breitling. The Omega ones are considered to be the most valuable among collectors. These single pusher chronographs were made in 2 batches as seen on the caseback issue part number starting with either HA60 for 1960 or HA62 for 1962. Both versions are extremely rare with less than 400 pieces combined (95pcs approx of HA60 and 275 approx of HA62) and seldom seen in such excellent condition. The stainless steel, screw back, single-button chronograph was favored for resistance and ease of use by pilots, the white dial for legibility as well as luminous markers and hands, but what really sets these military Omega column-wheel chronographs apart is the hacking mechanism of the Lemania Caliber 2221. This seconds hand halt mechanism is very rare for the time period and allowed the wearer to set the time precisely when stopping the seconds during the time setting.

Patek Philippe

This is a stylish Patek Philippe 18kt White Gold Ref. 3748/1 from the 1982 referred to as The Golden Ellipse. The Sigma sunburst blue dial with applied thin white gold slash markers is in pristine condition. No flaws what so ever. The white gold case is crisp with hallmarks visible and normal light surface scratches for a watch of this age. The integrated white gold bracelet is in excellent condition with no repair marks visible. This fashionable iconic Patek Philippe is powered by a Caliber 215 manual wind movement. An Archive from Patek Philippe will accompany this watch.

Patek Philippe

This is a classic Patek Philippe Calatrava double signed by Gubelin from the 1983. This is a solid 18kt yellow gold 33mm watch with hob nail bezel. The stark white lacquered dial with black painted Roman numerals is pristine and has the Gubelin signature as well as Patek Philippe. This classic Patek is powered by an E27 quartz movement. The watch comes on an original Patek Philippe strap with its original Patek Philippe solid gold tang buckle. An Archive will accompany the watch.

Patek Philippe

This is a rare Patek Philippe Ellipse reference 3930 with T Bar lugs, circa 1985. The stainless steel case on this watch is strong and all the edges are totally intact. The iconic original blue Sigma dial is pristine with applied slash markers and date window at 3 o'clock. This watch is powered by a quartz movement which is unusual for Patek Philippe Ellipses. This beauty comes on an original Patek Philippe strap with original Patek Philippe stainless steel deployant buckle.

Patek Philippe

This is an exceptional example of the Patek Philippe reference 5270 in 18k rose gold. The watch is unpolished and in mint condition. The reference 5270 features a perpetual calendar and chronograph and is highly sought after by Patek Philippe collectors. The watch comes with the original box, certificate of origin, extra back and stylist. The certificate is dated from 2015.

Patek Philippe

The reference 3919 was introduced in 1985, became one of Patek's best selling models in the 80's and 90's and was then discontinued in 2006. The watch we have here is a classic 18kt pink gold Patek Philippe Calatrava Reference 3919 with a hobnail bezel, 33mm round case and crisp white dial. The original dial is pure white with small black roman numbers and a subsidiary seconds register at 6 oclock. This watch is powered by a caliber 215, 18 jewel manual wind movement. The watch comes on a Patek Philippe black crocodile band with its original 18kt pink gold Patek Philippe buckle. An Archive from Patek Philippe will accompany the watch.

Patek Philippe

This is a beautiful example of the Patek Philippe Amagnetic ref 3417 in stainless steel, circa 1966. This watch is in minty condition with a pristine original dial. This reference is Patek Philippe'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. This beauty was purchased from the family of the original owner. An Archive from Patek Philippe has been ordered and will accompany this timepiece.

Patek Philippe

This is an early Patek Philippe Aquanaut Ref 5066 in stainless steel circa 1998. This is one of the first references of the Patek Philippe Aquanaut which was the first model Patek made with a rubber strap. The stainless steel case on this watch is in excellent condition with an exhibition back showing the cal. 330 SC automatic movement. The semi glossy black embossed dial has applied white gold Arabic numerals. This watch comes on a brand new Patek Philippe rubber Tropical strap with double fold over Patek Philippe clasp.

Patek Philippe

We are super excited to offer this very rare double signed Patek Philippe reference 1503 in stainless steel from 1946. This reference was produced in the 1940's in all stainless steel or stainless steel and gold. This all stainless steel case is a nice large 35mm size with amazing tear drop lugs which really make this reference stand out. The silver dial is double signed with 'Gobbi, Milano' above the large subsidiary seconds register. The applied Roman and dot numerals add another amazing element to this already gorgeous dial. This rare Patek Philippe is powered by a caliber 12-120 PS manual wind movement. This rare timepiece comes with an Archive from Patek Philippe.

Patek Philippe

This is a gorgeous and rare Patek Philippe 18kt yellow gold Calatrava reference 3514 with original black dial circa 1967. It is very nice to find a Calatrava with an original black dial. The water resistant type case on this watch is strong with normal wear. The black dial is original with applied yellow gold slash markers and subsidiary seconds at 6 oclock. This beauty is powered by a caliber 27-460 automatic movement. The watch comes on a black Patek Philippe strap with period correct solid gold buckle with misspelled "Phillipe".

Patek Philippe

This is a very special and rare Patek Philippe Skeletonized automatic wrist watch reference 3878 from 1999. The reference 3878 was Patek Philippe's first automatic skeletonized wristwatch and was produced from 1981 until around 2007. During this period, it is believed approximately 500 pieces were made. This reference was exclusively cased in 18kt yellow gold and displays hand engraved and decorated skeletonized movement. The condition of this watch is excellent and has no visible flaws. This rare beauty is powered by a caliber 240 automatic movement. This watch comes on a new Patek Philippe red band with its original 18kt yellow gold Patek Philippe tang buckle. This watch comes with its original Patek Philippe papers.

Patek Philippe

This is a pristine, looks to be unworn, Patek Philippe World Time Reference 5110J from 2006. World Time watches combine a 24 hour ring with a rotating chapter ring of reference cities. Each reference city represents one of the 24 principal time zones on earth. This beauty is powered by a 240 caliber movement with 22 karat micro roto. This watch looks to be unpolished and unworn. The yellow gold has patina which is usually a sign the gold has not seen a polishing machine. This minty watch comes with its original booklets and papers from Patek Philippe.

Patek Philippe

This is a beautiful Patek Philippe reference 3970ER-012 in 18kt rose gold, circa 2004. This model has been discontinued by Patek Philippe and is the successor to Patek Philippe's iconic Reference 2499. The watch features a perpetual calendar moon phase and chronograph. The solid rose gold case is strong with all the hallmarks clearly visible. The opaline-white dial is pristine with rose gold indexes and sword shaped hands. The case features a sapphire crystal back to view the CH 27-70 Q manual wind movement. This very special watch comes fully complete on a Patek Philippe strap with solid pink gold deployant buckle as well as its additional solid pink gold case back and stylus still sealed, original box and original papers. This reference Patek Philippe is highly collectible due to the fact it is discontinued.

Patek Philippe

This is a Patek Philippe 18kt pink gold chronograph reference 533 from 1952. This reference Patek chronograph was made from 1937 until 1957 with approximately 87 known pink gold examples. The watch we have here for sale has an incredible two tone silvered dial with applied Roman and slash numerals. The dial is all original with very well preserved hard enamel printing totally intact. The solid pink gold case is in excellent condition with the hallmarks clearly visible and crisp. This piece of Patek Philippe history is powered by a caliber 13 manual wind movement. The watch comes on a Patek Philippe strap with 18kt pink gold Patek Philippe buckle.

Patek Philippe

This is a lovely and classic Patek Philippe reference 3940J perpetual calendar from 1999. What makes this watch a bit different from other 3940's is the white Roman dial in the English version. These white dials with black Roman numerals were made in small quantities. The condition of this watch is excellent. The dial is pristine in stark white with nice and large Black roman numbers and Alpha hands. The solid gold case has been polished in its lifetime. The self-winding micro-rotor Patek Philippe caliber 240Q is visible thru the sapphire case back. This beauty comes on a black Patek Philippe strap with solid 18kt yellow gold deployant buckle.

Patek Philippe

We are so pleased to offer this incredible stainless steel Patek Philippe Calatrava reference 2508, manufactured in 1963. This reference is more common in gold and highly collectible and much more rare in stainless steel. The water resistant stainless steel case is super strong. The pristine original silver dial is gorgeous with applied steel markers and sweep seconds hand. This beauty is powered by a caliber 27SC manual wind movement. This watch comes on an extendable stainless steel Guy Freres Rivet Oyster bracelet. According to the Archive, which will come with the watch, it was manufactured and also sold in 1963.

Patek Philippe

This is an extremely rare 1950's 18k yellow gold Patek Philippe wristwatch with unusual lugs. It is a Ref. 2426 with a manual-wind movement. This watch is in excellent condition. The case has hooded lugs, and the dial gold tone. We have not seen this model in many year. Comes with a Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives.

Patek Philippe

This is a rare Patek Philippe ref 2540 in excellent condition. The case appears to be unpolished, and the dial is in mint untouched condition with high enamel relief. This Patek is from 1957 and is equipped with the same movement caliber as Patek’s iconic 2526 model, the 12-600 AT. This model is known as the TV Screen due its similar form.

Rolex

Many Rolex collectors refer to the Explorer II reference 16550 as a transitional model, as it was developed after the reference 1655 and before the reference 16570. Produced for a short time between 1985 and 1989, this Rolex Sport watch is hard to come by making it a rare collector's item. This example is beautiful Rolex Explorer II from the mid 1980's with an exceptional Creme Rail Dial. The early examples had a beautiful cream colored dial instead of the later more common white dial. The case on this watch is superb and we believe to be unpolished. The original cream tone dial is pristine with original white hour markers and hands that pop against the cream tone. The watch still has its original squared or ‘thick’ font bezel, which is unique to the 16550. On top of the incredible condition, this example includes its original inner and outer Rolex box's, original booklets and papers as well as its original sales receipt from 1987. The watch was originally sold for $1160 plus tax!

Rolex

It has been quite sometime since we have had such a nice full set Rolex 6263 Oyster Cosmograph. This minty watch is from 1980 with a 6.1 million serial number. We believe this watch to be unpolished with normal wear. The steel case is super strong and does have an engraving on the case back. Aside from the strong case, the dial on this watch is spectacular. The original silver with dark registers and Daytona written in Red dial is pristine. All original lume plots present and original lume in the hands. This is a top notch example of a full set Rolex Oyster Cosmograph!

Rolex

This is a fully complete Rolex Datejust from 1970. The watch comes complete with its original box, booklets, punch papers, hang tags and Chronometre Certificate. The watch even comes on its original brown Rolex croco band and Rolex 18kt tang buckle. What is unusual and special about this watch is the beautiful and rare Morellis bezel. This is a rare hand-done factory finish that Rolex produced in very limited numbers. The case of this watch is very strong with all the hallmarks visible. The champagne dial with applied yellow gold slash markers is in excellent condition with all original lume plots intact. It is very hard these days to find such a complete set watch in such great condition.

Rolex

This is a well-preserved Rolex Stainless Steel Double Red Sea-Dweller Reference 1665, circa 1974. The stainless steel case is super strong with normal lite surface scratches for a watch of this age. The original dial is in excellent condition with beautiful creamy lume. The hands have been color matched to the dial with a lovely creamy lume as well. This DRSD comes on a heavy Rolex 93150 Oyster bracelet with flip lock clasp.

Rolex

This is a gorgeous all original Rolex Submariner reference 5513 circa 1970. This watch has a pristine dial and all original lume on the dial and hands. The case on this beauty looks to be unpolished, just a little worn from normal wear. Overall this really is a fantastic example of a no nonsense Rolex 5513 Submariner. This piece even still has its original plastic doomed crystal. The crystal does have some scratches on it but we kept it as we love the original doomed crystals. This watch comes on a rivet oyster Rolex bracelet with a 1973 date code inside the clasp.

Rolex

This is a beautiful example of a Rolex Sea-Dweller, Ref. 1665, from 1981. The original Mark IV dial on this watch is in excellent condition with pleasing lume markers and matching hands. The case on this piece is strong with the normal surface wear. The watch comes on a heavy Rolex oyster flip-lock bracelet with diver’s extension.

Rolex

This is a beautiful and clean Rolex stainless steel Submariner 'Meters First' circa 1967. The matte dial on this watch is super clean with nice creamy original lume. The case on this watch is strong with nice beveled edges on the lugs. The bezel insert has nicely aged in color and does show some wear near 12 oclock. This automatic watch comes on a rivet Rolex stainless steel oyster link bracelet marked 76 inside the clasp.

Rolex

his is a lovely vintage Rolex stainless steel Submariner James Bond reference 5508 from 1959. The black shiny 100 meters first dial with gold and silver gilt writing is all original. There is spidering on this 4 row dial which is common to see in shiny dials from this age. The hands on this vintage watch have been color matched to the dial. The stainless steel case of this beauty is super strong. The watch comes on its original stainless steel rivet oyster bracelet.

Rolex

This is a lovely all original Rolex Submariner no Date Reference 5513 circa 1974. The nicely faded original bezel gives this watch a fantastic vintage look. The matte black dial is all original with gorgeous lume that matches the original lume on the hands. The case of this watch is super strong with normal wear for a watch of this age. The watch comes on the original Rolex steel rivet oyster band with dated clasp.

Rolex

This watch being offered here is referred to as the UFO because of its disc shaped case. The Reference 9083 was only offered in Great Britain and only ran for a few years in the mid 1950's. This watch is stamped 1958 inside the case back. Aside from the disc shape of the case, the integrated bracelet was ahead of its time. You did not see many integrated bracelets on watches until later in the 60's and 70's. This watch is a manual wind precision powered by a Caliber 1210 movement. The textured honeycomb original dial on this watch is pristine and the dauphine hands add to the look. This watch has classic mid-century lines that is still popular today.

Rolex

This is a beautiful silver gilt dial Rolex Date reference 1500 circa 1967. The original black dial with silver gilt writing is in excellent condition. All lume plots are intact. The stainless steel case is sharp and the Rolex stainless steel rivet oyster bracelet has barely any stretch. This classic Rolex is powered by an automatic caliber 1570 movement.

Rolex

This is an all original black dial Rolex Daytona Cosmograph ref. 16520 from 1997. The stainless steel case is in excellent condition. The all original black dial is pristine with Daytona written in Red. This vintage Rolex Cosmograph is powered by the famed Zenith automatic movement. The collectible Daytona comes on its original stainless steel oyster bracelet.

Rolex

Here we have a very chic Rolex 18kt white gold Day-Date reference 1803 circa 1960. Always nice to find an 1803 in white gold as we normally find them in yellow gold. The condition of this watch is excellent. The case is very strong with the hallmark visible on the on the lug. The original white gold presidential bracelet has a little stretch to it. The original silver dial is pristine with outer tracking and applied slash markers. The white gold fluted bezel is sharp and makes the dial pop.

Rolex

This is a gorgeous all original Rolex Submariner No Date reference 5513 circa 1983. The all original lume on this watch dial is a creamy tone which matches the original lume on the hands. The case of this watch is unpolished with normal wear for a watch of this age. The heavy oyster band with flip lock clasp is original and has the correct date code inside the clasp. The original sales receipt dated March 1984 accompanies this wonderful vintage Rolex.

Rolex

This is a fully complete Rolex Explorer II Reference 1655 circa 1980. The all original dial is pristine with a lovely color original lume. The case and bezel of this watch are also in very good condition. The watch comes on its original heavy Rolex oyster bracelet and is powered by a caliber 1570 automatic movement. This watch comes complete with both its original box's, instruction booklet and Rolex papers.

Rolex

This is a Rolex Oyster Precision in 9kt yellow gold circa 1960, made for the English market. This watch has all the English hallmarks as it should. The engraving on the case back says' To Keith Love Mum-Dad', which is also a very English way to refer to a mom. The watch is all original with a beautiful ivory dial with applied markers. The dial does have some aging to it which accentuates the vintage look. The 9kt stretchy oyster rivet bracelet is nice and tight and original to the watch. The bracelet also has the English Rolex hallmarks. This watch comes with its original Rolex box and papers.

Rolex

This is a gorgeous and super well preserved Rolex 18kt Yellow Gold Oyster Perpetual Date circa 1980. We believe this watch to be unpolished; all the hallmarks are super crisp on the lugs, there is patina on the watch as well as there are remnants of the original green Rolex sticker on the case back. The champagne dial is pristine with all original lume plots in perfect condition as well as original lume on the hands. This little beauty is powered by a caliber 3035 automatic movement.

Rolex

This is a very well-preserved Rolex stainless steel and yellow gold Datejust with Thunderbird bezel circa 1968. The black original dial with gold gilt writing is in excellent condition. The stainless steel case is strong and the yellow gold Thunderbird bezel is even stronger. The bezel is super sharp which is very nice as these Thunderbird bezels usually are polished down over the years. This beauty is powered by a caliber 1570 automatic movement.

Rolex

This is an unusual and all original Rolex 18kt yellow gold Day-Date reference 18308 circa 1987. This watch features a bark finish bezel and bark center links on the Presidential bracelet. The bark bezel also features 12 round cut diamonds. The original shiny gilt black dial features round and baguette cut diamond markers. This watch really has a WOW value.

Rolex

Here we have a very nice Rolex stainless steel GMT Master reference 16750 circa 1984. The shiny black glossy dial with white gold surround markers is in excellent condition. There is no crazing nor spidering on the shiny black dial. The hands look to be all original. The seconds hand does have some oxidation on the metal. The case on this watch is very very strong and the lugs have retained their facets. The watch comes on its original dated stainless steel heavy oyster bracelet.

Rolex

This is a beautiful Rolex Oyster Cosmograph reference 6265 circa 1970. The all original Sigma silver dial with 3 black registers is very clean and has a great look. The stainless steel bezel is sharp and the case strong. This manual wind oyster cased watch is powered by a Caliber 727 manual wind movement. This watch comes on its original dated Rolex stainless steel jubilee bracelet and comes with its original Rolex box and dated papers.

Rolex

This is a beautiful early Rolex Explorer I reference 1019, circa 1967. The Mark I dial with Frog Foot coronet is in excellent condition. The original lume on the dial has a nice creamy tone. The lume of the hands match the dial but could possibly be relumed. The case of this watch is super strong and dated inside the case back. This great example Explorer I comes on its original dated stainless steel rivet oyster bracelet.

Rolex

This is a rare automatic Rolex reference 1530 from the 1970s. Typically this model comes in quartz and to find the automatic version is quite rare. Usually this angular case houses the Rolex Oyster Quartz, however Rolex produced a limited number of this case with the automatic caliber 1570 movement. The unpolished case of this watch with its integrated bracelet and beautifully patinaed sunken original dial is superb.

Rolex

This is a rare Rolex Explorer II reference 16570 circa 2010. This reference is one of the last 40mm Rolex Explorer II's made which has the scrambled serial number inside the engraved bezel. This rare watch also has the upgraded caliber 3186 automatic movement. The condition of this watch is exceptional. The original shiny black dial is pristine with all original hands. The case is nice and sharp as well. This rare beauty has its original Rolex hang tag with reference and serial numbers.

Rolex

This is a Rolex Explorer I reference 14270 circa 1995. The case on this watch is super strong with its original green Rolex sticker on the case back. The black shiny tritium dial with applied 3 6 9 markers is all original. This watch comes on a Rolex stainless steel heavy oyster link bracelet with flip lock clasp. This beauty also comes with its original Rolex guarantee papers.

Rolex

Here we have a very sharp Rolex GMT Master II from 2003 with original papers and booklet. The condition of this watch is excellent. The case is super strong with the lugs still retaining their chamfer. The shiny black dial is pristine with no flaws. This watch comes on its original dated heavy oyster link bracelet with flip lock clasp.

Rolex

This is an all original late 1960's Rolex GMT Master reference 1675 with original punch papers. The original 'Mark I Long E' dial is all original with beautiful cream lume. The hands have a lovely creamy original lume as well. The case is nice and strong with the edges on the lugs still intact. This beauty is powered by a caliber 1570 automatic movement and comes on its original folded oyster link bracelet with date code of 1970 inside the clasp. Aside from being an all original vintage Rolex GMT Master in excellent condition, this watch comes with its original Rolex guarantee papers.

Rolex

This is a lovely Rolex stainless steel Datejust with all original white Buckley dial circa 1981. The white dial with large black Roman numerals is pristine with all original lume plots all totally intact. The black hands pop against the white dial and large black Roman numerals. The stainless steel case is strong and the steel fluted bezel sharp. This collectible Rolex Datejust comes on its original heavy oyster stainless steel bracelet. Always nice to find vintage watches with original papers.

Rolex

This is a beautiful Rolex Submariner Date reference 1680 circa 1977. This watch is super clean and all original. The original Mark I dial is pristine with gorgeous lite cream lume. The case is very strong and retains its integrity. The rotating bezel is original but missing its pearl. This beauty comes on its original heavy oyster flip lock bracelet. This is a very nice example of a Rolex 1680 Submariner Date from the 1970's.

Rolex

This is an incredible Rolex stainless steel Airking with original black dial from 1981. The condition of this watch is nearly NOS. The case has never been polished and the case back still retains the original green Rolex sticker. The black dial on this beauty is pristine. All lume plots are original and totally thick and intact. This watch is powered by a caliber 1520 automatic movement and comes on its original Rolex stainless steel heavy oyster bracelet.

Rolex

Here we have an incredible Tropical Rolex GMT Master Ref. 1675 with 'Long E' matte dial, circa 1968. The all original dial on this watch has a wonderful brown tone which is accentuated when you look at it in the sunshine. It has an incredible look especially with its surrounding faded Pepsi bezel. This watch is powered by an automatic movement and comes on a leather Cordovan strap.

Rolex

This is a great Rolex Oyster Precision circa 1973. The original blue-grey dial has a great vintage look with applied gold markers. The two tone case is sharp but has been polished in its lifetime. The two tone folded oyster link bracelet is tight with barely any stretch. This little beauty is powered by a manual wind caliber 1225 movement. Great vintage Rolex for a great price!

Rolex

This is an unusual Rolex stainless steel and yellow gold Datejust circa 1977. The original taupe Buckley Dial with white writing is hardly ever seen. The large Roman numbers standout against the unusual taupe colored dial. The stainless steel case is super strong and the yellow gold fluted bezel makes the dial pop. This Datejust comes on its original steel and yellow gold Jubilee Rolex bracelet that shows slight stretch.

Rolex

This is an early Rolex Daytona Cosmograph reference 6239 circa 1967. This watch has the well balanced BIG Daytona script original dial and original 300 bezel. The silver dial with 3 black registers is pristine with all lume plots intact. This watch is powered by the famous Caliber 722, 17 jewel manual wind movement. This early Rolex Daytona comes on a dated rivet oyster link Rolex bracelet with 71 endpieces.

Rolex

This is a gorgeous early Rolex Explorer I Ref. 1016 circa 1961. The original glossy gilt dial with chapter ring is in beautiful condition. These early Explorer I's with these types of dials are very hard to come by these days. The case is strong but has been polished in its lifetime. The inside of the case back has the reference 1016 as well as the date stamp.

Rolex

This is a collectible Rolex stainless steel Datejust ref 16000 circa 1980. The original white Buckley Dial with large Roman numbers is pristine with all lume plots intact. The original black hands that match the dial, also have original lume which has aged to the same color of the lume on the dial. The case on this watch is super strong and has a crisp smooth steel bezel. This watch comes on an original Rolex stainless steel jubilee bracelet.

Rolex

We here at Matthew Bain Inc. just love Bubblebacks! They are where it all began for Rolex and automatic movements. We love to find gorgeous 1940's Bubblebacks with original roman dials like this one. These types of dials in original condition are hard to come by these days. The hands on this watch have been relumed many years ago and have a great vintage look. The case is crisp for a watch of this age.

Rolex

Rolex two-tone Oyster Quartz reference 17013 circa 1984. What makes this watch special is the white Buckley dial with black roman numbers and matching black hands. The dial is all original but does have some normal aging on it. The case of this watch is super strong and the yellow gold fluted bezel is crisp. The watch comes on its original two tone Oysterquartz jubilee bracelet. This beauty is powered by a caliber 5035 quartz movement.

Rolex

This is a lovely Rolex Metropolitan dress Watch. The case is round with an engine turn bezel. The silver tone dial is all original and does have some aging on it. The watch is powered by a caliber 454 manual wind movement. The case of this watch is strong and the Rolex markings are still visible on the back case. This watch comes on a Rolex lizard band with 14kt yellow gold Rolex buckle. This is a great dress watch for a man or woman.

Rolex

This is a classic Rolex Date reference 1500 on a rivet oyster bracelet. Complete with box and papers.

Tag-Heuer

This is a full set including watch, box, instructions booklets and papers. This Tag Heuer Pilot watch is in like-new condition and all 100% original. This first generation timepiece is spectacular! No flaws on the dial what so ever and the case pristine and unpolished. There are a few light scratches on the bracelet but the bracelet links are still nice and tight. This is the automatic version powered by a caliber 2892-2, 39-Jewel movement. Great complete all original vintage Tag Heuer.

Tudor

This is a really cool Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight in sterling silver from 2021. Usually this watch was made in steel and having it in sterling silver is a treat. The brushed finish of the case is pristine as well as the matte taupe dial and bezel. This watch was barely worn and looks almost brand new. This great watch is powered by a MT5400 automatic movement. The original box's, guarantee cards and booklets accompany this watch.

Tudor

This is a rare Tudor Heritage Black Bay Black with "Rose" dial. This particular model had a very very short run with the black bezel and "Rose" dial. Tudor then moved on to apply a Shield logo on the dials from here on out. The condition of this watch is pristine. The dial is flawless as well as the hands. The case is top notch. Very sharp and clean. This rare 41mm Tudor comes with its original box's, straps, guarantee card and booklet.

Tudor

This is a crisp Tudor stainless steel Prince Oyster Date Submariner reference 79090 circa 1992. The overall condition of this watch is excellent. We believe the case to be unpolished with some wear from normal use. The meters first dial is pristine with no visible flaws. This beauty comes on its original Tudor stainless steel folded oyster link bracelet with flip lock clasp. This great 1990's Tudor Submariner comes with its original hang tag and original Tudor papers.

Tudor

This is a gorgeous and very well preserved early Tudor Chronograph reference 7031/0 circa 1971. These early Tudor 'Homeplate Dial' chronographs are 2 register chronos with date at 6 oclock and manual wind movements. The exotic "Home Plate" dial is all original and in pristine condition. The colors pop as if this watch was made yesterday. The case on this Oysterdate chronograph is super strong with its screw down chronograph pushers. The fixed acrylic tachymeter bezel is also in incredible condition. These uber rare watches have become increasingly hard to find, especially in such great condition.

Tudor

Here we have a nice and early Tudor BIG BLOCK Chrono-Time, reference 94300 circa 1978. This is a first series Chrono-Time fitted with all Rolex components except for the Tudor signed dial. The crown is still a Rolex trip-lock crown and the back of the case engraved 'Original Oyster Case by Rolex Geneva'. The original silver dial is in excellent condition with 3 black registers. This is an early version with no "Oyster-Date" written under the Tudor logo. The case on this watch shows normal wear but we believe the case to be unpolished. The metal bezel is thick and sharp. Great example of an early Tudor Big Block chronograph.

Tudor

Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight

Tudor

This is a pristine Tudor Oyster Prince Submariner reference 7016/0 from 1970. The lume on the dial and hands has a light pumpkin tone that has a fantastic vintage look. This beauty is powered by a caliber 2483 17 jewel automatic movement.

Tudor

This is a beautiful Tudor stainless steel Oyster-Prince with two-tone black and silver tuxedo dial. The original dial is mint with all lume plots intact, silver gilt writing and Tudor Small Rose logo at 12 oclock. The stainless steel case of the watch is very strong and does have an inscription on the back. This watch is powered by an automatic caliber 2483 movement. The dial on this watch is very collectible and has become quite sought after.

Ulyse Nardin

Ulysse Nardin 36000 Chronometer reference 4620 in stainless steel. The linen style silver dial has a date aperture. This comes on a Ulysee Nardin stainless steel link bracelet with fold over clasp. Details

Universal Geneve

This is a highly desirable example of a Universal Genève Tri-Compax reference 22297 3 from the 1950s. This watch features a triple date calendar, moonphase and chronograph functions. The case is in strong condition and all numbers are clearly seen on the case back. This Tri-Compax has a lovely original matte dial. This beauty is powered by a caliber 281 manual wind movement.

Vacheron Constantin

This is a super rare and incredible condition Vacheron Constantin Calatrava reference 4073 circa 1947. What makes this watch so special is the ultra rare 2 tone sector dial. We have never seen this dial on this reference Vacheron before. The dial is all original with 2 tone silver and matte sector dial with applied Arabic numeral and subsidiary seconds at 6 oclock. The case on this rare beauty is crisp. I do believe the crown on this watch is a later crown replaced by Vacheron as there is a service sticker on the case back. This watch comes on a super cool beaded bracelet that is not Vacheron Constantin.

Vacheron Constantin

This is a lovely vintage Vacheron Constantin 18kt yellow gold reference 4870 circa 1955. The 18kt yellow gold water-resistant case is strong. What really stands out on this watch is the original two-tone silver dial with applied hash markers. The beauty is powered by a caliber P1019 automatic mvoement.

Zenith

Here we have a beautiful Zenith Automatic wristwatch in 18kt yellow gold from the 1950's. This watch houses Zenith's well known caliber 133.8 bumper automatic movement. The solid 18kt yellow gold water resistant case is nice and strong with the original Zenith crown. I really do love the dial of this watch. It has a two tone guilloche dial with applied backwards triangular hour markers and dauphine hands. This is a beautiful solid gold vintage wristwatch from a good Swiss company for an affordable price.