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Angelus

This Angelus "Répétition" 5-Minute-Repeater has the ETA 2801 movement by Dubois Dépraz in Vallée de Joux. The cushion shaped case appears to be unpolished and has a silver original dial...

Angelus

This Angelus chronograph has an elegant silver dial with two chronograph dials and a date aperture at the 12 o'clock.

Audemars Piguet

This is a well preserved Audemars Piguet 18kt white gold large elliptical wristwatch from the 1960's. The case is cushion shaped measuring 32mm x 40mm and in excellent condition with all hallmarks visible. What is very nice about this watch is its original black dial. Usually you see this model with a silvered dial. Thin thin slash markers, white gold needle hand set and white AP signature bring a simplicity and elegance to the dial. This beauty is powered by a manual wind caliber K2002/1A movement.

Audemars Piguet

This is a charming Audemars Piguet 18kt yellow gold Curvex Ellipse from the 1970's. So nice to find an Ellipse from Audemars Piguet as usually you think of Patek Philippe when you think of Ellipse watches. The solid gold case looks to be unpolished and has a nice curve to it so it lays on the wrist comfortable. The hidden lugs add to the simplistic beauty of this watch. The black original dial is pristine with gold gilt Audemars Piguet signature. This is a manual wind watch powered by a caliber 2003 movement. The beauty comes on its original Audemars Piguet strap with original solid gold AP tang buckle.

Audemars Piguet

This is a lovely ladies 18kt yellow gold Audemars Piguet ladies Royal Oak from the mid 1980's. The diamond bezel as well as the diamond markers on the tapisserie dial are both factory diamonds from AP. The condition of the yellow gold case is nice and strong and the bracelet does not have any stretch. This little gem is powered by a caliber 2502 quartz movement.

Audemars Piguet

We don't come across this watch very often. It is an Audemars Piguet Ladies stainless steel Offshore. This ladies watch measures 32mm in diameter as compared to the men's Offshore which is usually 42mm or bigger. This is a D Series watch which dates it circa the 1990's. The stainless steel case is in excellent condition. The dark tapestry dial is also pristine with all original lume on dial and hands. What I really like about this ladies watch is that it is automatic.

Audemars Piguet

This is an Audemars Piguet Cobra 18kt white gold dress watch from the 1970's. The watch is solid 18kt white gold with an integrated braided bracelet attached to the case. The watch is all original and in excellent condition. The gorgeous blue dial has diamond markers and even diamond hands which is very cool. This watch is powered by a caliber 2003/1, manual wind movement. The watch as well as the bracelet is fully hallmarked.

Audemars Piguet

This Audemars Piguet reference 25589 Day Date Moonphase is from the late 1980's. The 18kt yellow gold case which measures 33mm has an elegant and simple design with relatively short curved lugs. The watch features a clean, white enamel dial with painted black 'Roman' indices, a matching yellow gold pencil handset, date indicator at 3:00, day indicator at 9:00, and moonphase aperture at 6:00. This little beauty is powered by an automatic caliber 2124 movement which sets all functions via the crown. The watch comes on a new strap with its original Audemars Piguet solid 18kt yellow gold buckle.

Audemars Piguet

Here we have a minty Audemars Piguet Royal Oak in stainless steel and yellow gold reference 14790 circa the 1990's. The overall condition of this watch is excellent. The case is sharp sharp sharp. The grey tapestry dial with long indexes is pristine and all original. This reference is considered a mid-size watch even though it measures 36mm in diameter. The condition of this timepiece is outstanding.

Audemars Piguet

This is a killer Audemars Piguet Royal Oak reference 56175PT in platinum circa 1990. The original factory diamond dial is incredible. The dial has turned a beautiful brown/coppery color. A color almost hard to describe. The dial has very understated factory diamond hour markers. Aside from the dial, this watch being platinum is also very special. The case and bracelet are both in excellent condition. We believe both the bracelet and case to be unpolished showing normal light wear. This 1990's watch is powered by a quartz movement. This is a very unique Royal Oak.

Audemars Piguet

This Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Ref. 14790TR features tantalum and 18k rose gold. Audemars Piguet was one of the first to use tantalum in the manufacture of wristwatches. Not only is it durable but gives a beautiful contrast to the rose gold. This automatic reference 14790TR is a discontinued model but very much sought after.

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 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.

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

This is an example of the very rare and early Breitling Navitimer, Ref. 806, with a beaded bezel and features a Valjoux 72 movement. This Navitimer was the first execution to have 806 engraved on the case back. The dial bears the logo AOPA (Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association) which is rare and desirable detail of this watch. What makes this model so important is that there are a very limited number of these Breitling Navitimer watches with the collectible Valjoux 72 movement. Shortly after, the movement was replaced by the Venus 178 movement which is what you find in most 806 Navitimers. The watch is all original aside from the hands being a little later than the watch. Usually the hands on this model are gold tone not white.

Breitling

This is an incredible original example of a Breitling 817 from the 1970's. The watch is in excellent condition with a beautiful original dial, case and bezel. The Ref 817 is run by the Valjoux 236, 17-Jewel manual wind movement. The watch comes on its original flex bracelet. These Breitling 817's are known as they were issued to the Italian Army. This example is a civilian one.

Breitling

WOW, what a great watch this is. A 1970's Breitling Navitimer, Ref. 806 , double signed with LIP on the dial. Aside from the original dual signature dial which is pristine, the case on this watch is amazing. The case is unpolished with all its facets fully intact. This piece is powered by a Caliber 178 manual wind movement. Watches like this do not come around every day.

Breitling

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

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.

Cartier

This is a stylish Cartier Square Incurvee , also known as a Faberge from the 1970's. The solid 18kt yellow gold rectangular case with rounded edges has the feel of pure Cartier elegance. The watch has Cartier's iconic white dial with black Roman numbers and hidden signature in the black Roman VII. This beauty is powered by a manual wind movement. A Cartier strap and Cartier buckle accompany this watch.

Cartier

This is a very well preserved French 18kt yellow gold Cartier Tank Normale circa the 1920's. The solid gold case has retained its shape nicely and has all its French hallmarks and Cartier numbers clearly visible. The original dial has been professional restored. The dial has a lovely vintage hue to it with the word France written right across the bottom quadrant. The early Breguet hands also add to the beauty of the dial. This exceptional Tank Normale is powered by a European Watch and Clock manual wind movement which also adds to the desirability of the watch. The original French Cartier deployant buckle accompanies this special timepiece.

Cartier

This is a charming and rare large Cartier Paris Jumbo Automatic Tank from the mid-1970's. The case is large and over-sized. The all original white dial with black Roman numbers is signed Paris at the bottom. This dial has spidering throughout. The dial is not pristine but has a wonderful vintage feel. This watch is automatic and has a bubble style back to accommodate the automatic movement. All the hallmarks on the back of the case are clear and visible. Usually these Cartier Tank watches have manual wind movements, so having an automatic movement in this watch as well as its large jumbo size is quite special..

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

Vintage Cartier Paris Gondolo aka Ellipse circa 1970's. It's over-sized stepped case has a very sophisticated look. The cushion shaped 18kt yellow gold case has stepped sides and a back secured by four screws. The original crisp white dial has black roman numbers and signed Paris on the bottom. This watch has a manual wind movement and a cabochon sapphire set winding-crown.

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 London Tank
Circa 1971

Cartier

This is an incredible vintage Cartier Paris Gondolo aka Ellipse circa 1970's. It's over-sized stepped case has a very sophisticated look. What makes this watch special is that it is in 18kt white gold. Usually when these watches come around they are in yellow gold. The cushion shaped 18kt white gold case has stepped sides and a back secured by four screws. The original crisp white dial has black roman numbers and signed Paris on the bottom. This watch has a manual wind movement and a cabochon sapphire set winding-crown. We put this watch on a fancy purple crocodile strap to make it pop but a more subtle strap color can be used as well for a totally different look. This watch comes with its original 18kt white gold Cartier deployant buckle.

Endura

This Endura wristwatch is marked Perpetual Calendar on the case back, but it is not really a perpetual calendar as we know it. The original 2 color dial with outer track featuring the days of the week and the original rotating calendar bezel displays the current date which you line up to the day. The top crown tightens the bezel to lock it in place and the bottom crown sets and winds the watch. This is not really a perpetual calendar but more of a unique Day-Date, it is a cool feature which is why it says Patent Pending Perpetual Calendar on the case back. The condition of this watch superb. Case looks to be unpolished with few minor normal wear scratches. This unusual watch is powered by a Caliber 425 manual wind movement and comes on a JB Champion beaded bracelet. We don't often see this watch with the red bezel and red accents as this one has. Neat watch with an appealing price tag.

Gerald Genta

This is a rare Gerald Genta Hexagonal Perpetual Calendar Moonphase from the 1990's. The original white dial with small Roman numerals is in very good condition. The dial has displays for the day, date, month, leap year and moonphase. The solid 18kt yellow gold hexagonal case with T-Bar lugs is in strong condition but has been polished in its lifetime. This great Genta watch comes on a Gerald Genta strap with original solid gold Genta tang buckle.

Glycine

This is an exceptional condition Vietnam War era Glycine Airman SST also known as PUMPKIN. The large stainless steel tonneau shaped case is unpolished. The original bisected grey and black dial with large orange 24 hour time zone ring is pristine with no flaws. The grey side of the dial representing AM while the black side represents PM. All the lume on the dial and hands is original and has a beautiful vintage tone. The top crown moves the orange 24 hour time zone ring while the middle crown winds and sets the watch. This beauty is powered by an automatic A. Schild Caliber 2063 movement and shows the date at 3 oclock. This great watch comes with its original wood box and instruction manual.

Gubelin

This is a NOS Gubelin stainless steel time only wristwatch from the 1960's. The case on this watch is mint and unpolished. The two tone silver dial with applied markers is mint as well. This watch is powered by a Felsa 690 automatic movement. Great clean vintage wristwatch!

Gubelin

This is a Gubelin Triple Date Moon Phase with an original silver dial in a solid 18kt yellow gold case. The 31mm square case is nice and chunky to house an automatic movement. The large stepped case has beautiful thick curved and faced lugs. The original silver dial features apertures for the Month, Day and Moonphase. The date is written on the dial in an Art Deco style in blue. This is Gubelin's version of the Omega 'Cosmic'. This is an amazing and complicated vintage wristwatch in all original condition.

Hamilton

In 1928, Hamilton introduced the Piping Rock and produced it through 1935. The Piping Rock model became one of the most popular models for Hamilton. The tonneau shaped case is 14kt white gold and has flexible lugs. The original matte silver dial has a minute track and a subsidiary seconds register at 6 oclock with blue steel 'Alpha' handset. The white Roman numerals for the hour markers on the bezel are formed by black enamel applied directly to the case. This original version Piping Rock is powered by a caliber 979 manual wind movement.

Heuer

The Heuer Silverstone was introduced in 1974 and was a replacement for the Heuer Monaco. The Silverstone's large rounded corner cushion shaped case was a departure from the Monaco's sharp square case. The watch we have here is a very well preserved example. The blue dial is pristine with all original lume. The chrono pushers as well as well as the crown are all original as well. This killer 70's watch is powered by an automatic Caliber 12 movement.

Heuer

Here we have a beautiful Mark III dial Heuer Autavia GMT reference 2446C circa 1970. The dial on this watch is all original and in excellent condition. The Mark III dial has 3 large steeped registers and is marked 'Swiss'. The hands are polished steel with original luminous inserts and a red chronograph hand. The steel compressor-style case is just as nice as the dial. There are normal surface scratches on the case but we believe this case to be unpolished. The blue red bezel is bright with sharp edges. This wonderful watch is powered by a Valjoux 72C manual wind movement.

Heuer

This is a Heuer Autavia Reference 11063 which was introduced in 1983. This Heuer Reference 11063 has a black dial with grey chronograph registers, white hands with lume inserts and a rotating bezel. The all original dial is in pristine condition. The nice and chunky case of this watch is in beautiful condition. The facets on the lugs are still clearly sharp and do not look to have ever been polished. This watch even has its original Heuer crown and is powered by a caliber 12 automatic movement. Comes complete with Heuer box, guarantee and booklet. Additionally , a newer style Heuer strap and Heuer deployant buckle has been added to the watch.

Heuer

This is a very cool Heuer Regatta Ref. 143.601 in PVD coated stainless steel, circa 1982. The condition of this watch is excellent. The PVD coating on the case and bracelet is in near perfect condition. The Regatta function of this watch is a 10 minute countdown timer for yacht/boat races which displays 5 circular apertures on the dial that change color from blue to bright orange when activated. This PVD version of the Regatta is from Heuer's 600 Series Regatta design from the 1980's. This well preserved yachting watch is powered by a Caliber 1345 automatic Lemania movement.

Heuer

This is an exceptional example of a 1970's Heuer Montreal reference 110.503. This wonderful 70's chronograph has a nice and thick stainless steel screw back case in excellent condition. We believe this watch to be unpolished. The black original dial has 2 white registers with red accents and is in pristine condition. This great 70's Heuer is powered by a Buren Caliber 12 automatic movement. We love that this Montreal comes on its original Heuer stainless steel bracelet. The condition of this watch is exceptional and it is a great addition to any Heuer or 70's watch collection.

Heuer

This is a Heuer Autavia Ref 7763 MH with minute/hour bezel, a reverse Panda dial, thick angled beveled lugs and snap-back compressor case. The Valjoux caliber 7730 manual wind movement in this Autavia is considered a transitional model.

Heuer

This is an incredibly well preserved Heuer Solunar with Tide Indications in stainless steel from the mid 1970's. This Heuer Solunar model ref. 279.603 began production in 1976 and lasted for 4 short years with production ending in 1980. The Solunar was a tool watch popular with sailors. It is an automatic watch with a day-date feature and powered by a Venus Caliber 2790 movement. It is has a beautiful pristine all original blue dial with a rotating inner bezel to keep track of the tides for 14 days. The outer bezel indicates cycle of the tides which occurs approximately every six hours. The condition of this watch is as close to NOS as you can get. Everything is original on the watch and the case is unpolished. It comes on a tropical leather strap with original stainless steel Heuer buckle. We even have the original Heuer box with watch originally came in.

IWC

Here we have a classic IWC dress watch in stainless steel from the 1940's. This watch is 35mm in diameter and a perfect size for a man or woman. The stainless steel case is reminiscent of a Patek Calatrava in shape; nice, simple and clean shaped lines. The matte original dial is lovely with its large Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds register at 6 oclock. This is a manual wind watch run by a caliber 83 movement. The IWC caliber 83 is considered a transitional movement between pocket watches and wristwatches.

IWC

This is a wonderful 1970's IWC Edison Electronic Reference 3402 wristwatch. The condition of this piece is excellent. The watch is powered by a caliber 160, 12-Jewel electronic movement. The original dial is a dark slate grey with an outer minute track. All lume on dial and hands is original. The watch has a German day wheel and mineral crystal. The massive 70's style case looks to be in original unpolished condition. This watch is all original and comes on its original IWC steel bracelet.

IWC

This is an elegant International Watch Company yellow gold over-sized wristwatch with a rare textured dial. The watch is run by a caliber 89 manual wind movement. Watch comes on a modern shell cordovan strap and an original IWC buckle.

Jaeger LeCoultre

This is a rare Jaeger-LeCoultre Oval automatic Ultrathin from the 1980's. The solid 18kt yellow gold case is in unpolished condition with normal surface scratches and lots of patina on the gold. The champagne dial with large black enameled Roman numerals is in excellent condition. There is a date window at 3 and black leaf hands. This rare beauty is powered by an automatic caliber 901 movement. It is believed this model was produced in a very very limited number in the early 1980's. This watch comes with its original Jaeger LeCoultre tang buckle.

Jaeger LeCoultre

This is a beautifully shaped Jaeger LeCoultre Ref. 5000.21 from the 1980's. The hexagonal solid 18kt yellow gold case is in excellent condition and ultra-thin. The white Roman dial is very reminiscent of the iconic Cartier white Roman dial. The pristine dial has a date window at 3 and leaf hands. This watch is powered by a high grade Jaeger LeCoultre automatic Caliber 900 movement. This watch even has its original Jaeger LeCoultre tang buckle.

Jaeger LeCoultre

This is a wonderful 1970's space age designed Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox GT "Speed Beat" reference E873. The stainless steel case has a wonderful bubbled oval case with brushed finish. The minty all original dial is silver with blue accents, applied hour markers and date aperture at 3 oclock. This watch is a Memovox which is an alarm feature that is powered by an automatic caliber 916 movement. The overall condition of this watch is excellent.

Jaeger LeCoultre

This is an extremely well preserved Jaeger LeCoultre 18kt pink gold Power Reserve Automatic wristwatch from the 1950's.. The solid pink gold case is pristine with its fancy horn type lugs. The original pie pan pink tone dial is perfect with applied Arabic and triangular markers. This watch is powered by a caliber 481 automatic bumper rotor automatic movement. This pristine watch comes with its original green Jaeger LeCoultre box and Guarantee papers.

Jenny

Aside from this being an incredibly rare Jenny Caribbean 2000 vintage divers watch, the condition of this watch is exceptional. The large 50mm rounded matte finished case houses a Valjoux 72 manual wind movement. The watch has its original crown, chronograph pushers and original Caribbean steel bracelet. The rotating multicolor Tachymeter bezel is in perfect condition. The blue sunburst dial is just gorgeous with white, red and yellow accents. These watches don't come around very often and especially not in this type of all original condition.

LeCoultre

This is a wonderful LeCoultre Powermatic from the 1950's. The 34mm diameter case with nice chunky lugs is 10kt gold-filled. The great water resistant designed case houses a bumper automatic caliber 481 movement. The matte dial is all original with inlayed 60 seconds track and applied Breguet and triangular numerals. The register below the 12 displays the amount of power left in the movement - thus is name Powermatic or Power Reserve.

LeCoultre

This is a very well preserved LeCoultre Memovox made for the American market in the 1960's. This reference 2404 features a stainless steel case made by Star Watch Case Company out of Michigan. The case on this watch is unpolished and has all its facets. This beauty also has its original signed LeCoultre crowns. The all original 2 tone silver dial has wonderful Art Deco numerals. This alarm watch is powered by a manual wind Caliber K814 movement. Excellent condition of a LeCoultre 1960's Memovox alarm.

LeCoultre

This is a lovely LeCoultre Master Mariner Date in stainless steel from the 1960's. The original silver dial is in overall good condition with applied hours markers. The stainless steel water-resistant case is strong with its original crown. This understated beauty is powered by a caliber 833 automatic movement.

LeCoultre

This is a LeCoultre Powermatic in stainless steel circa the 1950's. This watch is powered by an automatic caliber 481 bumper movement. This watch has a power reserve indication under 12 oclock. This window will let you know how much power is left in the watch before it will stop. The dial on this watch is all original with gorgeous pumpkin tone lume. Great vintage LeCoultre with a neat function for an affordable price.

LeCoultre

This is a beautiful Lucite LeCoultre Aquarium clock from the 1950's. The clock measures 8 1/2 wide X 6 1/4 high x 11/2 wide. The clock itself is made out of blue and clear Lucite with a brass frame and stand. The motif is an aquarium scene of goldfish, coral, bubbles and seaweed. This neat clock is powered by an inline 8 day manual manual wind movement which is revealed thru the Lucite body. Great mid-century design.

LeCoultre

This is an excellent stainless steel Le Coultre chronograph from the 1950's. The original dial is crisp with some slight aging. The case of the watch is nice and strong. The watch is powered by the famous Valjoux 72 manual wind movement.

Longines

I just love the simplicity of this time only Longines stainless steel dress watch from the 1950's. The oversized 37mm round stainless steel case is a nice departure from the smaller sized watches from the 1950's. The dial is pure elegance with its original silver dial and black Arabic numerals. The outer rim of the dial has a 60 seconds track. This large 1950's beauty is powered by a manual wind caliber 12.68N movement.

Longines

This is a very unusual Longines 18kt yellow gold dress watch circa 1960's. The rectangular case is solid 18kt yellow gold with a thick bezel that displays Arabic numbers. The dial is black snake skin. The watch is powered by a manual wind movement. This is a very chic fashion Longines wristwatch.

Longines

This is an exceptional example of a Longines chronograph from the 1970s known as the Nonius. The watch is powered by Longines caliber 30ch. This Longines has a chronograph 1/10th second recorder by means of a hand bearing scale from zero to nine units.

Longines Nonius
Circa 1970

Longines

This is a rare staybrite steel Longines Aviator Weems from the 1940’s. Its over-sized steel case has a double hinged case back, white enamel chapter ring with Arabic 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.

Lucien Piccard

This is a very unusual vintage Dufonte Telephone wristwatch by Lucien Piccard from the mid-1960's. This watch is New Old Stock and does not seem to have ever been worn. The case is unpolished and the crown original and marked LP on it. The original watch dial is multi-colored with colored rings for each US time zone. The metal bezel is also multi-colored with cities and their corresponding area codes. This watch comes complete with its original box, guarantee booklet and original price tag. Very cool and unusual watch.

Mido

This 1000 ft. Mido Rainbow Powerwind dive watch is the Mack Daddy of all the MIDOS! The vibrant and original colorful exotic dial is one of the finest out there! The various color scales represent compression rates in feet. The bezel is original and the watch still retains its original crystal with Mido in the center. This watch is all original and we like it just as it is. The watch we believe to be unpolished but has been worn and has normal surface wear for a watch of this age. The beautiful colorful dial is all original too but does have a flaw here and there. The lume is original but missing in one of the hands. We like this watch showing its age and originality as opposed to making a vintage watch look perfect and brand new. This is a wonderful all original piece of horological diver history.

Omega

This is a NOS Omega Dynamic Day-Date with its original band, buckle and box. This watch looks like it has lived it's life in a drawer sitting in its original box. The Dynamic was created in 1967 by Omega's sales director Robert Forster. The oval shaped case with recessed crown has a real space age retro feel. This is a first generation Omega Dynamic with a silver racing dial. The dial is pristine just like the unpolished case of this watch. This watch is run by and automatic movement and has day and date apertures. It is very hard these days to find NOS watches in such immaculate condition. We were very pleased when we found this one.

Omega

Here we have a rare and excellent example of an all original Omega Seamaster Roulette Wheel Soccer Timer wristwatch from the late 1960's. The 40mm stainless steel tonneau shaped case looks to be unpolished with normal wear. All crowns and chrono pushers are original with the main crown showing some normal surface wear. The original charcoal grey dial with contrasting red and black chrono registers with white accents is in excellent condition. The blue red and white inner 24 hour roulette wheel bezel is controlled by the Omega crown at 10 oclock. This early rare Omega chronograph is powered by a manual wind caliber 861 movement. The watch comes with its original stainless steel Omega 1171/1 bracelet. Great rare vintage Omega!

Omega

This is a lovely 1950's Omega Constellation in stainless steel ref. 2852 11 SC. This is classic Omega Constellation is in excellent condition. The all original two-tone pie pan dial does have some aging on it but it still has a wonderful vintage look. This great vintage Omega is powered by a caliber 500 automatic movement. The dark blue suede strap has its original Omega stainless steel tang buckle.

Omega

This is an amazingly minty Omega Constellation in 18kt white gold with its original 18kt white gold Omega bracelet. The original silver dial is pristine with gorgeous long black thin slash markers. The case on this watch is sharp as well. The original 18kt white gold bracelet was made for the South American market. This beauty is powered by a caliber 1564 automatic movement.

Omega

This is an incredibly well preserved Omega Day-Date Constellation reference 168.019 circa 1967. The solid 18kt yellow gold case looks to be unpolished with clearly defined edges on the case and lugs. The case back displays the Geneva Observatory with 8 stars that represent the 8 observatory awards Omega has won. The micro fluted bezel surrounds a Deluxe Omega Dial. The all original dial has 'OM Swiss Made Om' marking which signifies the dial is solid gold. This pristine rare dial has a linen finish with the Constellation branding on it with the applied star logo. This Day-Date timepiece is powered by an automatic Caliber 751 movement. Aside from being an outstanding watch in itself, the original solid 18kt yellow gold Omega bracelet is just as special. This brick bracelet is in excellent condition with an extension inside the clasp which displays the Omega insignia. For any Omega Constellation lover this watch hits it out of the park!

Omega

This is an special and rare Omega Speedmaster Moonphase Date AKA 'The Speedy Moon'. This model was produced for a few years in late 1985 to around 1988. It is believed that only 1300 pieces were made. This is the first Speedmaster chronograph with a moonphase and date. The overall condition of this watch is excellent. The all original dial is pristine with a moonphase and date register at 12 oclock. The moonphase and date are set by individual setting buttons on the left side of the case. This rare beauty is powered by a Lemania Caliber 866 manual wind movement.

Omega

This is a very well preserved Omega Seamaster 120 ref. 166.027 circa 1967. The solid stainless steel tonneau shaped case shows some minor normal wear and is in overall excellent condition. The original black dial is pristine with beautiful aged lume. The bi-directional bezel is crisp and in excellent condition. This attractive Omega divers watch is powered by an automatic caliber 563 movement.

Omega

This is a fantastic example of a 1970's Omega Chronograph. It is a reference 145.014 Speedmaster Professional Mark II with a racing dial. The Mark II Speedmaster came in 3 different dial variations and this one is the racing dial with is a wonderful blend of orange, white, maroon and grey. This condition of this all original dial is spectacular. The large tonneau C-Case is in unpolished condition with a flush mounted mineral crystal with an integrated tachymetre scale. This great Omega is powered by the famous 861 caliber manual wind movement and comes on its Omega 1159 bracelet with 154 end links.

Omega

This is an Omega 18kt yellow gold Seamaster Deville Chronograph circa the 1960's. The original silver dial is in excellent condition with applied yellow gold markers and tachymetre scale on the outer rim. The solid yellow gold case has normal wear for a watch of this age. What is so neat about this watch is the 14kt yellow gold Omega bracelet the watch comes on. The bracelet is gold mesh with a design in the gold that looks like stitching down the sides. The bracelet is all hallmarked and has the Omega symbol on the clasp. This vintage Omega beauty is powered by a manual wind caliber 321 movement.

Omega

This is an elegant over-sized Omega dress watch. The large 38mm 18kt rose gold case has downward curved lugs and strong edges. The original gold-tone colored dial with applied arabic and triangular markers is in excellent condition. The large original dial has a subsidiary seconds register to count seconds. This is a classic and elegant vintage Omega.

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.

Omega

This Omega Seamaster 120 has a bold look with gently curved lugs and is on an Omega bracelet. The bakelite bezel & dial are in excellent condition. This is run with an automatic in-house caliber 565 movement.

Omega Seamaster 120
Circa 1970

Patek Philippe

I just love it when I buy a watch that has its original sales receipt and original box and papers. This Patek Philippe has all of that! It is a wonderfully designed Patek Philippe reference 3527 from 1966. The rectangular case has lots of patina on the gold. The original sunburst silver dial is nice and simplistic with applied thin gold slash markers. This lovely watch is powered by a manual wind caliber 23-300 18 jewel movement.

Patek Philippe

This is a super crisp Patek Philippe Calatrava Reference 570 from the 1950's. The nice large solid yellow gold case has all the hallmarks nice and deep and even has some patina on the gold. The original dial with applied gold markers and raised enamel Patek Philippe signature is pristine. This beauty is powered by a manual wind 27SC caliber movement. An Archive from Patek Philippe has been ordered and will accompany this watch.

Patek Philippe

This is a crisp Patek Philippe Ellipse from the 1980's. This solid yellow gold oval case is crisp with its hallmarks on the back of the case visible. The watch has a wonderful stark white dial with black Roman numerals and black hands. This beauty is powered by a manual wind caliber 215 18 jewel movement. We have put a brand new Patek Philippe shiny black strap on the watch to fit its original solid gold Patek Ellipse buckle.

Patek Philippe

This is a very rare and collectible Patek Philippe Beta 21 Quartz reference 3597 1 from the 1970's. The solid 18kt white gold cushion shaped case is oversized and measures 43mm. What is super neat about this watch is the totally hallmarked mesh band is not integrated but can be put on and off the case. From first look, the band appears to be integrated into the case but it actually is not. Changing the mesh band and putting the watch on the leather strap totally changes the look of the watch. The all original metallic blue sunburst Sigma dial pops against the white gold. Having this reference in white gold is very rare. This exceptional and rare Patek is powered by a Beta 21 Quartz movement. This watch comes with an Archive from Patek Philippe.

Patek Philippe

This is a lovely tonneau Patek Philippe known as the 'Armadillo' circa 1940. The stepped tonneau case is in excellent condition with patina throughout. The case back has a beautiful fancy engraving dated 1940. The original dial is simply fantastic with the Patek Philippe signature retaining the accent and underline. The applied Arabic numerals have lots of oxidation. This unusual Patek comes on a period 18kt yellow gold mesh bracelet with gold sliding clasp.

Patek Philippe

This is a MINT Patek Philippe pocket watch manufactured in 1926. The condition of this open face pocket watch is insane considering it was made 98 years ago. The rounded stainless steel case is incredible with a matte finish. The all original silver dial with satin finish and applied stainless steel Arabic numerals is pristine. The early enamel Patek Philippe signature is a beauty in itself. This wonderful Patek pocket watch comes with an Archive from Patek Philippe stating is was manufactured in 1926 and sold in 1940.

Patek Philippe

This is a charming little ladies Patek Philippe Calatrava reference 3148 in 18kt yellow gold circa the 1950's. The watch itself measures 24mm in diameter. The solid gold case looks to be unpolished with normal surface wear and patina on the gold. This little charm has been fitted with a period correct 18kt yellow gold Gubelin bracelet.

Patek Philippe

This is such a cool Patek Philippe for a few reasons. First, this watch was owned and worn by music legend George Benson. The watch comes with an appraisal Mr. Benson had done in June 2023. Mr. Benson now lives in Arizona and the appraisal company is in Arizona as well. Now the watch..... It is a mint condition Patek Philippe Calatrava reference 3588 from the 1970's. The reference 3588 was introduced in 1970 and was produced for 10 years. This reference was fitted with an ultra-thin LeCoultre based caliber 28-255 automatic movement, making the watch super sleek and elegant. The watch is in impeccable condition and looks to be unpolished with all hallmarks clearly visible. The all original Sigma dial on this piece is outstanding. The silver dial is pristine with inlaid gold and black hour markers that match the original gold and black hands. This rare and collectible watch comes on a brown Patek Philippe strap with original yellow gold Patek Philippe tang buckle.

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

I love it when I find crisp vintage Patek Philippe Chronographs. This example of the reference 1579 from 1956 is very well preserved with an all original untouched dial and a very strong case with deep well defined hallmarks. The gorgeous untouched dial has all raised enamel printing. The stylized lugs, often called Spider lugs, have retained their original angles. Sharp lugs on this model are highly important for the value of this watch. This exceptional watch is powered by a caliber 13-130 manual wind movement. This watch comes with an Archive from Patek Philippe.

Patek Philippe

This is an incredible oversized Patek Philippe Calatrava reference 2459 in 18kt pink gold, circa the 1950's. The oversized pink gold case and unusual flared tear drop lugs makes a statement! The case is super crisp with the hallmark on the lug visible. The original silver dial is pristine with applied pink gold tear shaped markers and Arabic numerals. There is a subsidiary seconds register at 6 oclock and iconic Dauphine hands. This very well preserved pink gold Patek Philippe is powered by a Caliber 12-120 manual wind movement. This beauty comes on its original black strap with its original solid 18kt pink gold Patek tang buckle. An Archive has been ordered from Patek Philippe and will accompany the watch.

Patek Philippe

This is an incredible oversized Patek Philippe Calatrava reference 2459 in 18kt yellow gold, circa the 1950's. The oversized case and unusual flared tear drop lugs makes a statement. The case looks to be unpolished with the hallmark between the lug sharp and deep. There is patina on the case as well as on the markers of the dial. The original silver dial is pristine with applied tear shaped markers and Arabic numerals. There is a subsidiary seconds register at 6 oclock and iconic Dauphine hands. This very well preserved Patek Philippe is powered by a Caliber 12-400 manual wind movement. This beauty comes on a black strap with its original solid 18kt yellow gold Patek tang buckle. An Archive has been ordered from Patek Philippe and will accompany the watch.

Patek Philippe

This is a classic 18kt yellow gold Patek Philippe Calatrava Reference 3919J with a hobnail bezel, 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 black Patek Philippe strap with its original 18kt yellow gold Patek Philippe buckle. This watch is unpolished and shows patina on the solid 18kt yellow gold case. The timepiece comes complete with its original box and papers.

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 a classic Patek Philippe Calatrava reference 2483 in 18kt yellow gold from 1951. The solid yellow gold case is in good condition with a water resistant screw-down case back. The silver dial is all original with applied yellow gold hour makers, dauphine hands and a subsidiary seconds register at 6 oclock. This beautiful vintage Calatrava is powered by a 12"120 manual wind movement. We have paired this watch with a stamped 14kt gold period Tiffany & Co. beaded link bracelet.

Patek Philippe

This is a beautiful example of an extremely rare and early Patek Philippe Curvex Tank retailed by Tiffany & Co., circa the 1920's. The wonderful vintage tank measures 26mm wide and 38mm long, not including the extended lugs. The hinged case houses a manual wind movement. The dial has a Tiffany & Co. signature, large Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds register at 6 oclock. This early Patek Philippe tank is very rare itself, but to have the dial signed Tiffany & Co. makes this watch even more desirable.

Patek Philippe

We love it when we find great design watches for women. Here is one of the best vintage case designs by Patek Philippe for a lady. This is a reference 3140 circa the 1950's. The small rectangular case has gorgeous curved extended tear drop lugs. This watch has never been polished and retains is original shape. The silver dial is also lovely with applied yellow gold dot, Arabic and diamond shaped markers. This little gem is powered by a manual wind movement. The watch comes on a black suede strap which looks to be original and has the original solid yellow Patek tang buckle.

Patek Philippe

Here we have a classic Patek Philippe Calatrava. It is an 18kt yellow gold reference 2509 circa 1960. The reference 2509 was one of the first water-resistant Calatrava's made by Patek Philippe with its screw down case back instead of snap back case back. The yellow gold case on this watch is sharp and has retained its original form. The original gold tone dial has the raised enamel Patek Philippe signature and applied lapped hour markers. The broad dauphine hands are iconic to Patek. This lovely Calatrava watch is powered by a caliber 12-400 manual wind movement. An Archive from Patek Philippe is on order and will accompany the watch.

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

We were so very excited to find this great Patek Philippe Golden Banana reference 2442. We have not had this model in many years and especially not in the highly sought after pink gold. The reference 2442 was introduced in 1948 and continued to be in the Patek Philippe catalogue until around 1960. The condition of this sexy curvy case is excellent and has retained much patina on the gold. The silver dial is all original with applied Arabic, dot and triangular markers and a subsidiary seconds register at 6 oclock. This vintage beauty is powered by a caliber 9-90 manual wind movement which is reserved exclusively for rectangular Patek Philippe models. An Archive from Patek Philippe has been ordered and will accompany the watch when sold.

Patek Philippe

This is a very elegant Patek Philippe Calatrava in 18kt white gold from the 1960's. The case on this watch is incredible. All hallmarks are visible and the lugs have all edges and angels clearly intact. There is even some patina on the gold of the case. The original silver dial on this watch is simple and clean with nice thin black line numerals. This little beauty is powered by a caliber 23-300 manual wind movement. This watch comes on its original black Patek Philippe strap with its original 18kt white gold tang buckle.

Patek Philippe

This is a rare Art-Deco Patek Philippe reference 139 "Drivers" watch. This watch was nicknamed "Drivers" because of the horizontal layout which allows the wearer to place the watch on the side of the wrist for easy viewing of the time while driving. This reference was launched in 1933 and was only in production for approximately 3 years. To date, only 11 examples are known in yellow gold and 5 in white gold, which makes this an extremely rare timepiece. This watch retains its original faceted crystal which follows the shape of the rectangular case. The hinged case-back reveals underneath a manual wind caliber 8-85 movement. A Extract from the Patek Philippe Archives will accompany this watch.

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 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.

Philip Watch

This is an interesting and hard to find Philip Dive Watch 'Caribbean 1500', circa the 1970's. This dive watch has a patented stainless steel case design, rotating acrylic blue dive bezel and wonderful bright blue dial. This interesting specimen even has its original stainless steel signed bracelet.

Piaget

This is a lovely solid yellow gold Piaget Dancer from the late 1980's. The condition of this watch is excellent with no stretch in the bracelet what so ever. The bracelet is integrated with the case of the watch with the same texture and design on the bracelet and the bezel. The dial is gold tone with dauphine hands. This great watch is powered by a quartz movement. This bracelet watch will fit a 6 3/4 inch wrist.

Piaget

This is an unusual Piaget 18kt white gold Tank Rectangle A L Ancienne from the 1980's. This interesting example has an etched finish on the bezel and edge of the case. Aside from the unique case, the large blue Lapis Lazuli dial is pristine with silver gilt writing and outer dot tracking. This 1980's watch is powered by a Caliber 757P quartz movement with the setting crown on the case back. The original Piaget strap , 18kt white gold Piaget buckle and Piaget box accompany this wonderfully unusual timepiece.

Seiko / Seikosha

This is a Seiko chronograph watch that is now called "The Ripley" as it was worn by Signourney Weavers character Ripley in the famous 1986 movie Aliens. The watch was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro who was an Italian automotive designer. This watch has a futuristic design and has become a cult favorite. The case and bracelet are PVD coated stainless steel and the watch is powered by by a 7A28 quartz chronograph movement. This watch is all original and in excellent condition.

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.

Technos

This is a 1960's Technos Sky Diver made by the Ecole d'Horologerie in Porenturry Switzerland. This was a test watch made by the student watchmakers of Porentruy. The stainless steel case is sharp and strong. The dial on this watch is a beauty. The black shiny dial has Technos, as well as Ecole d'Horologerie Porenturry displayed clearly on the dial. The double lollipop lume on the hands is original and fun and amusing to look at. The large hour markers also pop against the shiny black background. The bi-directional bezel is in excellent condition. This test watch is powered by an A.Schild caliber 1700/01 automatic movement.

Tudor

This is a beautiful and rare Tudor Oyster reference 7991/0 circa 1968. What makes this watch special is the rare all original black dial with silver gilt writing and small Tudor Rose emblem. The lume plots on the dial are all original as well as the lume on the hands. The stainless steel case houses a manual wind 21 jewel Tudor caliber 2402 movement. Great looking affordable vintage Tudor.

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

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

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 gorgeous Tudor Prince Oysterdate Submariner with blue dial and ghost bezel, circa 1975. The dial is all original and in excellent condition. No flaws on the dial what so ever. The hour and seconds hand lume is original but to a trained eye the minute hand looks to have been relumed years ago. The 'ghost bezel' has a beautiful vintage faded look. The case is nice and strong. We believe the watch to be unpolished with normal wear for a watch of this age.

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 very well preserved and rare example of a Universal Geneve Aero Compax chronograph from the 1960s with a 24 hour dial and rotating bezel. This is a model # 890101/01 and is powered by the Venus caliber 178. The Aero Compax model rarely shows up for sale especially in such prime condition. The bezels of these watches are usually all scratched and not very attractive. I love the way the bezel on this watch has a nice fade to it. The dial on this watch is minty and 100% original.

Universal Geneve

This is a very unusual Universal Geneve Unisonic Double signed with Tiffany & Co. on the dial. It is rare to see Tiffany & Co. on a Universal Geneve watch. This watch is all original and in pristine condition. The case looks to be unpolished with all the facets on the lugs super sharp. The all original brown dial is unique with white writing, hours markers and hands. This watch even still has its original UG crown. Super cool UG for Tiffany and Co at a very affordable price.

Universal Geneve

This is an incredible 1950's oversized 18kt pink gold Uni-Compax Chronograph. The unpolished case is super super sharp with clearly visible facets on the lugs and sharp as a knife engine turn bezel. The all original two-tone linen dial is pristine with applied pink gold markers. The original blue steel chronograph hands pop against the linen dial and compliment the blue outer tracking of the dial. This gem of a watch is powered by a manual wind caliber 140 movement.

Universal Geneve

This is a rare Universal Geneve Compax chronograph ref 22073/2 in stainless steel, circa 1960's. The watch is powered by a Valjoux 72 manual wind movement. The all original black dial with is in excellent condition with no visible flaws. The case on this watch is strong with all beveled edges intact. The case and model number are still present on the caseback. This great watch is on a stainless steel Gay Freres linked bracelet.

Universal Geneve

This is a fantastic Universal Geneve Compur stainless steel chronograph from the 1940's. The original dial on this watch is gorgeous. It has beautiful original lume on the dial and hands. The dial does have some aging on the background but it does not take away from the beauty of the dial. We believe the case of this watch to be unpolished. The serial numbers on the case are fully intact and fully visible. This chronograph is powered by a caliber 285, 17 jewel manual wind movement.

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.

Vacheron Constantin

This is an exceptional and rare 18k white gold example of a Vacheron Constantin Royal Chronometer reference 6694. This model typically comes in yellow gold and to find one in the white metal is quite rare. The solid 18kt white gold case with flared 'Batman' lugs is in excellent condition with hallmarks visible. I love the Chronometre Royal engraving on the waterproof screw down caseback. The The silver dial is all original and in excellent condition as well. This is an automatic watch with a date feature and powered by Vacheron's caliber 1072 with an 18k rotor.

Vetta

This is a fantastic vintage oversized Chronograph from Vetta in 18kt Pink Gold from the 1940's. The oversized stepped case of this watch is impressive measuring 40 mm in diameter. The original silver tone dial is all original with applied arabic and triangular markers. There is some aging on the dial, but it adds to the vintage look of the watch. This watch is powered by the well known Valjoux Caliber 22 manual wind movement. For those of you not familiar with Vetta, it was part of the Wyler company for watches that were sold in Italy. First it was Wyler Vetta and then shortened to just Vetta. Vetta watches were known for there style and aesthetics . This is a fantastic vintage chronograph.

Vulcain

Vulcain Cricket-Nautical Ref S 2321 A is an over-sized wristwatch featuring decompression charts in the design of the dial, twin crowns, one to operate the inner bezel and the other to set the hands and a pusher that operates the alarm.

Wittnauer

This is a wonderfully funky Wittnauer Professional Chronograph AKA 'Scuba Roullete' from the 1970's. The all original black dial is pristine and contrasts nicely against the orange accents of the hands and hour markers. The bakelite bezel resembles a roulette table hence its nickname. The oversized tonneau shaped case is sharp and in excellent condition. This wonderful watch is powered by the iconic Valjoux 72 manual wind chronograph movement.

Wittnauer

This is a beautiful Wittnauer stainless steel chronograph from the 1950's. The stainless steel case has a water resistant screw-down case back. The original silver tone dial has large Arabic numbers, 60 seconds outer tracking and 3 chronograph registers. The original blue steel hands still retain its original aged lume. This great chrono is powered by a caliber 22 manual wind movement. This is a great example of a 1950's chronograph.

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.