Rolex Submariner 16800 with Transitional Matte Dial
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Rolex GMT-Master 1675 Pepsi with Gilt Open Track Mirror Dial on Oyster Bracelet
What can be cooler than a GMT 1675 with gilt dial? Honestly handling and wearing these watches make for the most fun experiences within vintage Rolex. Our GMT here is from 1967 and is fitted with a beautiful gilt "mirror" dial, that is simply spectacular to look at under the sun.
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Rolex Vintage stainless steel 4500 "Monoblocco" Chrono
Lovely example of vintage Rolex chrono ref. 4500 , so called Monoblocco, because of the case only in two pieces: case and case back, watch is all original with the beautiful dial that shows all the age with the awesome creamy patina, watch is equipped with an elastic period Rolex's band.
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Model: Oyster Chronograph
Rolex GMT-Master 1675 Long-E Cream Dial with Box & Papers
Nothing beats the feeling of a full set vintage Rolex GMT-Master. Aside from the fact that it's an already spectacular watch with an appealing dial the fact that it comes with its box and papers makes it all the more special. This one here hails from 1972 and is put together by an oyster bracelet.
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Rolex GMT-Master 1675 "Pepsi" Brown Long E MKI Dial On Jubilee Bracelet 1968
The Rolex GMT-Master 1675 is probably the perfect vintage Rolex. Featured here is a Long E GMT fitted with a MKI dial with a dark brown hue. Manufactured in 1968 and powered by an automatic movement is put together by a steel jubilee bracelet.
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Rolex GMT-Master 1675 Pepsi with Long-E & Creamy Dial
Beautiful and appealing Rolex GMT-Master from 1967 with the coveted Long-E dial, which has aged pretty nice developing a creamy like hue. This watch is powered by an automatic movement and is put together by an oyster bracelet.
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Rolex GMT-Master 1675 "Concord" in Yellow Gold
The Rolex GMT 1675 with "Concord" hands is a fascinating watch only produced from a span of 2 years or those positioned between the 1.7 - 2.0 million serial range. These GMT's were fitted with long and flat hands, which differed from the common seen Mercedes hands. The GMT pictured was manufactured in 1968 and is fitted with a beautiful looking brown dial and "Concord" hands.
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Rolex Daytona 16520 White Dial with Zenith Movement Accompanied by Full Set of Box & Papers
The importance of the Rolex Daytona Zenith is just staring to be felt within the collector community. Unbeknownst to most the Zenith era was one of the most important times for the famed chronograph, due to the fact that it inspired Rolex to create fully in-house chronograph movement. The Daytona offered here belongs to the S-series representing a 1995 production. Last but no least this Daytona is accompanied by a full set of box and papers, a detail incredibly sought after by die hard Daytona fans.
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Patek Philippe 1463 "Tasti Tondi" Dual tone dial Mint
Ref:1463 Manufactured 1946, Sold 17th April 1947 23-jewel manual wind movement adjusted to 8 positions, brushed silvered dial with applied gold dart hour markers and Arabic 6 and 12, black outer 1/5th second divisions with Arabic five minute markers, outer base scale, gold feuille hands with blued steel centre chronograph hand, subsidiary dials at 3 and 9 for running seconds and 30 minute recording, brushed and polished round case with screw down back, inner cap, crown flanked by twin pushers, fitted black Patek Philippe alligator leather strap with signed 18ct gold buckle, together with Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives, case, dial and movement signed 35mm.
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Rolex GMT-Master II 16710 "John Bull" with Pepsi Insert
Rolex GMT-Master II 16710 fitted with a "Pepsi" or blue and red bezel and powered by an automatic movement. This watch was manufactured in 1999 and belongs to the Rolex A series. The cool detail about this watch is its so-called "John Bull" bark finishing style. John Bull is a jeweler in the Bahamas who became famous for the bark finishing he gave certain Rolex watches.
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Rolex GMT-Master 1675 with Gilt Dial & Pointed Crown Guard Case
Nothing beats a gilt GMT with pointed crown guards. There is a magic-like feeling to these kinds of watches. Something about them just makes them perfect. They are packed with history, wear beautifully, and can be worn on the daily. Ours here is from 1964 and it's marvelously well kept.
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Omega Speedmaster 145.022 with Straight Writing Caseback & 220 Unit Bezel
The Speedmaster is perhaps the most photogenic and reliable chronograph made. Omega really struck gold with this one as it went on to become the official watch for every space exploration. Here we have a Speedmaster manufactured in 1969 with a very special bezel. Fitted on this Speedmaster is a "220 Unit" bezel, which is much rarer than the famed "Dot Over 90" as it represents a factory made error. Omega did not realize they were printing the "220" when they should have printed "200". One of those small little details that make vintage watch collecting so beautiful.
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Rolex Submariner 1680 Red with Brown Meter First Dial & Faded Insert
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Rolex Daytona 16520 Black Dial with Full Set of Box & Papers in New Old Stock Condition
Full set new old stock Rolex Daytona manufactured in 1998 from the U series and powered by the coveted Zenith automatic movement.
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Rolex GMT-Master 16750 "Quick Set Pepsi"
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Model: GMT Master
Rolex Submariner 16800 Transitional with Heavy Patina Dial
This watch is a beauty for the fact that it's fitted with a transitional matte dial, which has developed an incredible patina. The condition is great, working without flaw.
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Rolex Daytona 6264 Black Dial
The Daytona 6264 is the grail, it's a watch for the true connoisseur. With a production span of only a couple of years this model is one of the rarest most elusive Daytona's ever made. Ours pictured is a phenomenal example in world class condition. Manufactured in 1971, fitted with a beautiful black dial, and put together by a leather strap.
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Rolex Submariner 1680 White with Oyster Bracelet
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Rolex GMT-Master 1675 Long E with Faded "Pepsi" Insert
This Rolex GMT-Master Long-E status as an uber cool iteration of the 1675 family is heightened by the fact that it's fitted with a beautifully faded "Pepsi" bezel. Manufactured in 1968, this watch has become a true icon and fan favorite.
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Rolex GMT-Master 1675 Long E on Jubilee Bracelet with Full Set of Box & Papers
There's a special warm feeling associated with full set GMT's. Here's a super full set Long E from 1970 fitted with a stunning jubilee bracelet.
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Model: GMT Master
Rolex Sea-Dweller 1665 "Great White"
The Sea-Dweller is seen as the Submariner’s big brother as it comes with a beefier case and a helium release valve, which allows for deeper dives. The term Great White was coined as it followed the now famous Double Red Sea-Dweller. The entire lettering on the dial was printed in white, so collectors started the name Great White. There were 4 types of dials manufactured throughout the Great White’s life cycle.
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Rolex Submariner 5513 "Meters First" Dial
This Rolex Submariner 5513 is one packed with personality, it's the type of watch for the collector that appreciates uneven but beautiful patina. The special details about this watch are its uneven but matching colored dial and hands, which mean that the hands and dial remain original.
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Rolex Submariner 1680 With Blue Dial in Yellow Gold Case
The Rolex 1680 was Rolex's foray into the world of sporty-elegant watches. The incorporation of a date function and a yellow gold case turned these Submariners into daily wearers. This particular 1680 has a very special blue dial, which came about due to a dial discoloration known amongst gold 1680's. We wrote a detailed article about these types of dials. Go find it on our website's blog tab.
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Tudor Submariner "Snowflake" 94110
The Tudor Submariner "Snowflake" is an exciting watch packed with as much history as its direct contemporary the Rolex Submariner. This Tudor was manufactured in 1982 is powered by an automatic movement and cased in a Rolex signed steel case.
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Rolex Submariner 5512 Cream Colored Four Line Dial
The Submariner 5512 was in some way an experiment for Rolex. It was introduced fitted with a certified chronometer movement that soon became to expensive for Rolex to continuously manufacture. They went on to introduce the 5513, which remained until the late 80's.
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Rolex GMT-Master 1675 Brown Dial "Concord Hands "in Yellow Gold
The Rolex GMT 1675 with Concord hands is a fascinating watch only produced from a span of 2 years or those positioned between the 1.7 - 2.0 million serial range. These GMT's were fitted with long and flat hands, which differed from the common seen Mercedes hands. The GMT pictured was manufactured in 1969 and is fitted with a beautiful looking brown dial and Concord hands.
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Model: GMT Master
Heuer Monaco 73633B Blue Dial with MKII Original Bracelet
The Heuer Monaco is hands down one of the most important chronographs ever made. Its portrayal as Steve McQueen's wrist companion catapulted the watch into unrivaled stardom. Here we have a Monaco 73633B powered by a manual caliber and fitted with an original MKII Heuer bracelet.
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Heuer Carrera Automatic Chronograph 1158 in 18K Yellow Gold
The Carrera 1158 in solid 18k yellow gold is a serious chronograph, one not seen often. Powered by an automatic caliber 12 and cased in a mint condition solid gold case. This Heuer is incredibly comfortable and very sought after by collectors. These 1158’s were distributed from 1969 to the end of the 1970’s and they were personally gifted by Jack Heuer to Formula 1 Ferrari drivers.
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Rolex Submariner 5513 with Meter First Dial
The Rolex Submariner 5513 is a must in any collection. No other watch is as significant or recognizable as this one, and that's not necessarily a bad thing as each one bears a detail that sets it apart from the rest.
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Model: Autavia GMT
Zenith El Primero G381 Chronograph in 18K Yellow Gold
An estimated 700 examples of the G381 were made putting this reference ahead of the A386 in terms of rarity. Powered by Zenith automatic El Primero movement and cased in a fantastic 38mm 18K yellow gold case.
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Model: El Primero
Zenith El Primero Chronograph in Steel
Zenith El Primero automatic chronograph cased in stainless steel and measuring in at 38mm in diameter. The case, movement, and dial condition of this Zenith is impeccable.
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Model: El Primero
Omega Seamaster 300 Sword Hands 166.024-67
The Omega Seamaster 300 is a formidable watch, and one that tends to fly under the radar. This is a watch that became the direct competitor to the Submariner 5513, it even went on to become its partner as the watch of choice for the British Royal Navy. A beautiful detail and one with military pedigree found on this watch are its sword hands, similar to the ones found on the Rolex Mil Sub.
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Model: Seamaster 300
Enicar Sherpa Graph Chronograph 072/001
The Enicar Sherpa Graph is a chronograph not seen often. These watches pack a serious car racing pedigree with the likes of Stirling Moss and Jim Clark having worn them throughout their careers. Our Enicar is in fantastic condition with its manual caliber working without flaw.
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Model: Sherpa Graph
Heuer Autavia 1163 with Automatic Caliber 15
This Autavia caliber 15 with the known reference 1563 is one of the rare vintage plexy glass model that are becoming more and more difficult to find, this example is in original untouched conditions, never polished case, original silver dial is very nice with the orange accents still very colorful,original bezel insert is also very nice considering the age, last but not least it comes on the high valuable original beads of rice bracelet made by G.F.
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Heuer Autavia 111.603 Green PVD in Mint Condition
This year has been a strong year for Heuer chronographs, and it's only right as these watches represent an era long gone. The Autavia for example is a watch so entrenched in the race car world that its likeness has become linked with fast cars and race car drivers. To find an Autavia in PVD is not an easy task but to find one in mint conditions is near impossible.
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Rolex Submariner 5513 Meters First & Cream Colored Dial
The Rolex Submariner 5513 is considered to be the original Submariner. It's the watch that played an integral role in catapulting Rolex into becoming a tool watch leader. This particular Submariner comes with a coveted Meters first dial.
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Heuer Autavia 1163 Ultra Rare First Series
The correlation between the Autavia and race cars is undeniable. This is a chronograph so entrenched in the sport that separating them from one another is not possible. Here's a fine example of a 1163 Autavia bearing a rare Minutes and Hours bezel.
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Rolex Submariner 1680 Red with Brown Meters First Dial
Within the world of vintage Rolex are certain details that set a watch apart from the rest. Examples are words printed in red, dials printed with meters first as opposed to feet first, and dials that have turned from black to brown. So without further ado we present to you a Rolex Submariner 1680 Red with Meters First and brown dial. If there was a hat trick within the world of vintage Submariners this 1680 would be it.
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Rolex Daytona 6265 with Brown Chronograph Counters
The Rolex Daytona 6265 marked the end of the manual Daytona era, but the mark they left will be everlasting. The 6265 is perhaps the most wearable Daytona due to its screw down pushers and steel bezel. They protect the watch from humidity and work to make the case sturdier. Here's a special example of the watch as its chronograph counters have taken a beautiful brown color brought by chemical reactions in the paint's pigmentation.
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Rolex Daytona 6239 "Fuerza Aerea del Peru"
There is no doubt or discussion that the Rolex Daytona is the most exciting chronograph ever produced. Within the range of Daytona's available there are a handful that take precedent over the rest. We have here of those examples. A Rolex Daytona 6239 specially issued to the Peruvian Air Force. The Rolex alliance with the Peruvian military comes about thanks to a friendship between the official Rolex dealer in Peru and the head of Rolex South America Mr. Heineger. FAP Daytona's share common characteristics such as dials without the word Daytona printed and a lightly engraved "Fuerza Aerea del Peru" located on the caseback.
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Heuer Silverstone 110.313 with Bordeaux Colored Dial
execptional example of new old stock vintage burgundy Silverstone, there is not much more to say that the watch looks like new, dial,case ,glass ,pushers ,crown, is all in pristine conditions. it comes one an original corfam period strap with an orignal sun stamped buckle , fitted with perfect 12 caliber that works at the corect specs.
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Heuer Autavia GMT Chronograph 2446C with Snapback Case
Heuer chronographs are having a fantastic year, with their demand skyrocketing and the world looking in. Here's a beautiful example of an Autavia GMT 2446C compressor with a venerable "Pepsi" colored bezel and a snapback case back. The case measuring at 41mm sits comfortably on the wrist.
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Model: Autavia GMT
Omega Aviators Watch CK700 AD
The Omega CK700 also known as the aviators watch was sold in April 7th 1934 to a German distributor. These watches were intended for military purposes and as the name suggests specifically for air force pilots. The oversized crown was intended for ease of use when wearing gloves. This Omega is an important watch from an era when wristwatches were starting to take over pocket watches. With the watch we provide the original Omega extract.
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Model: Aviators Watch
Rolex GMT-Master 1675 Long E with Original Punched Papers
The GMT is as exiting a model as it is beautiful. The varieties and details found within these watches are special and indicative of a particular era. For example the Long E GMT was a watch introduced during the 2 million serial and the nice detail about it was the extended E printed on the dial.
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Model: GMT Master
Omega Seamaster 166024/67 with Tritium Dial
The Omega Seamaster 300 reference 166.024 is a formidable watch, and one that tends to fly under the radar. This is a watch that became the direct competitor to the Submariner 5513, it even went on to become its partner as the watch of choice for the British Royal Navy. A beautiful detail and one with military pedigree found on this watch are its sword hands, similar to the ones found on the Rolex Mil Sub. Manufactured in 1967 this Seamaster incorporates a tritium dial and date function.
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Rolex Submariner 1680 White with Full Set Box & Papers
The Rolex Submariner 1680 is a popular and sought after watch. It represents the time when Rolex began to visualize the Submariner as more than a divers watch and more of an everyday tool watch. The fact that this 1680 comes with box and papers makes this Submariner all the more special.
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Omega Speedmaster 105.012 Powered by 321 Manual Caliber
The Speedmaster 105.012 is a significant reference amongst its family due to its direct connection to space. Astronaut Buzz Aldrin was wearing one during his famous moon walk while on the Apollo 11 mission. The watch is powered by the revered Lemania based 321 movement and cased in a Huguenin Freres steel case. A cool detail about this Speedmaster are its low pushers, a result from Omega implementing crown guards. The 105.012 was the first Speedmaster to be fitted with crown guards.
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Rolex GMT-Master 6542 with Tropical Dial & Jubilee Rolex Bracelet
The Rolex GMT-Master is a watch that never ceases to amaze. Our appreciation for the model grows every time we find an example such as this one. Here we have a GMT 6542 with an incredible tropical dial. The historical background of the reference 6542 is fascinating as it's a watch that grew from a project into one of the worlds most recognized watches.
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Rolex Submariner 6536/1 Small Crown James Bond
No crown guard Submariners started it all. These are the watches responsible for the success of the modern day Submariner. Collectors and fans call them James Bond's, while scholars write books about them. Ours here is a reference 6536/1 manufactured in 1957 and in impeccable conditions. A true collectors watch.
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Rolex Submariner 1680 with Meter First Dial
The Rolex Submariner 1680 in gold is the perfect example of how a sporty yet elegant watch should look like. It encompasses an array of details that makes it a wearable any day of the week. This particular 1680 has two very special features that contribute to making it a different type of 1680. First its case is in complete mint conditions the lugs are sharp and crisp showing its beveled edges. Second the dial is marked with meters first, as opposed to the common sighting of feet first dials. Before the United States became a major market for Rolex the company was printing meters first on their dials. Only after did they shift their dial production to feature feet first in order to comply with the North American metric system.
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Rolex GMT-Master 1675 Ultra Tropical Gilt & Chapter Ring Dial
We have some very interesting GMT’s but this one is by far our most unique and special example. What we have here is an ultra brown - chapter ring - exclamation mark - cornino crown guard Rolex GMT-Master 1675 from 1961. Words cannot describe accurately what this watch looks like in person and on the wrist. Our passion and love for early 1675’s is reassured with this watch.
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Model: GMT Master
Rolex GMT-Master 1675 with Square Crown Guards & Patina Dial
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Rolex Submariner 5513 Last Series Before Sapphire Crystals
The Rolex Submariner 5513 is the original Submariner. It is the embodiment of genius design as it represents everything a tool watch should be yet looks equally as cool with a suit and tie. This particular Submariner was manufactured in 1989 and it belongs to the last series of Subs still fitted with Plexiglas crystals. Rolex soon implemented the use of Sapphire, which remains to the day. All its parts are original Rolex and the automatic movement works to perfection.
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Rolex GMT-Master 1675 Brown Nipple Dial
We always appreciate a good GMT-Master 1675 like this one. Its 18K yellow gold case and jubilee bracelet show little signs of polishing considering its provenance from 1977. Its dial has aged beautifully turning into a brown color, coupled with its nipple indexes is truly a sight to see in person. Rolex is the master of sporty-elegance and this watch is definitely a reminder of how good they’ve always been.
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Rolex GMT Master 16758 Nipple Dial
We always appreciate a good GMT-Master 16758 like this one. Its 18K yellow gold case and jubilee bracelet show little signs of polishing considering its provenance from 1985. The contrast between the black dial and the nipple indexes is a cool mix. Rolex is the master of sporty-elegance and this watch is definitely a reminder of how good they’ve always been.
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Model: GMT Master
Rolex GMT Master 1675 Gilt Chapter Ring & Exclamation Full Set
Exceptional Rolex GMT-Master 1675 fully loaded with an array of important details. The beautiful and early 1960’s GMT is a work of art and here we have a perfect iteration of one. Manufactured in 1961 and fitted with a gilt chapter ring exclamation mark dial. The gilt pertains to the exposed copper dial, which turns the lettering into a slight gold color. The chapter ring is the line connecting the minute marks while separating the Swiss text located below the 6 o’clock. The exclamation mark is found directly above “Swiss”. These details in one watch are special as not many 1675’s like this were made. The crown is protected by pointed guards also known as Cornino’s. The watch is powered by an automatic Caliber 1560 with 25 jewels. It comes with its guarantee dated to September 25,1963 and signed in Zürich. As well as accompanied by a presentation box and outer box by signed Rolex.
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Patek Philippe Nautilus Jumbo 3700/11
The Patek Philippe Nautilus 3700 is the founding member of the iconic Nautilus lineup. Designed and drawn out in less than 30 minutes by Gerald Genta in 1974 at the Basel Fair, Genta was also responsible for the Royal Oak, iwc-Ingenieur,Constellation, amongst others. Here we have the 3700/11 in two tone metals (steel and 18K yellow gold). The overall condition is perfect with little to no signs of dents or scratches.
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Zenith El Primero Sub Sea 056F27
The Zenith manufactured El Primero automatic movement is an engineering feat. It became the most iconic and influential movement of its kind powering an array of important watches, such as the Daytona. Here we have a fun and rather thin chronograph. This is a watch that is fun to wear, an ideal weekend watch. The Zenith signed case and movement are indicators that this is a watch meant to last.
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Rolex Daytona 6265 in 18K Yellow Gold
The Rolex Daytona is the world’s most notorious and beautiful chronograph. The 6265 was the last series manufactured by Rolex before moving onto the Zenith movements. These 6265 are becoming very collectible watches as they follow the coveted 6263’s and represent the end of the Valjoux era. Cased in a flawless 18K yellow gold case this Daytona was manufactured in 1985 and still retains all its original Rolex signed components.
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Rolex Submariner 1680 Nipple and Radial Dial
Rolex Submariner 1680/8 fitted with a radial and nipple dial. This is the type of watch that will fit in perfect for any occasion. Deemed the sporty-elegant Rolex by those who have it. The overall condition of this 1680/8 is perfect. No major dings or scratches to be seen while its automatic movement sweeps just as well as it did when brand new.
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Rolex Submariner 5513 Meters First Dial, Full Set
Rolex Submariner 5513’s are the authentic Submariners and no collection is complete without them. Here we have a very early version of such reference, a watch manufactured in 1968 and fitted with the coveted pointed crown guards and meter’s first dial. The Submariner also comes with a slightly important detail – original Rolex issued warranty. But without a doubt the most appealing detail about this 5513 is the Meters first dial as it signifies the time before Rolex started writing Feet first in order to win over the American market.
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Heuer Montreal 110.503NC
The Montreal is Heuer’s chronograph with the most dial variations, numbering at 7 different styles. This one here is the 110.503NC, which belongs to the second series of black dialed Montreal’s. Powered by a Caliber 12 and accompanied by its original Heuer signed bracelet. The condition of the case with a few signs of normal wear while the dial retains all its original components. This 110.503NC was manufactured in the 1980’s and does not include its box or papers.
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Rolex GMT-Master 6542 with Bakelite Bezel
Here we have the watch that gave rise to an icon. The GMT Master 6542 with its original Bakelite bezel is the end product of one of the most famous corporate collaborations, the Pan Am and Rolex project. This venture sought to create a reliable watch for airline pilots embarking on their first transcontinental flights. The first iteration of the model was the Bakelite GMT, which for a while proved fruitful but the bezel kept cracking due to its fragile composite. Eventually Rolex rolled out its finest creation, the 1675.
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Rolex Daytona 6265 Tropical First Series
Vintage Rolex Daytona's can be found in any assortment of conditions and the beauty is that no two examples are the same. Each has its own trait and personality that makes it unique, its what we love about vintage. In the case of this Daytona we are offering a 6265 with tropical colored sub dials. Tropical dials have changed colors over time going from black to brown due to unwanted chemical reactions in the dial's paint. The Daytona 6265 is a great reference as it is one of the most durable due to its metal bezel and screw down pushers. This watch wears beautifully and can be considered a daily staple.
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Rolex GMT Master 1675 Gilt & Chapter Ring Mirror Dial
Rolex GMT Master’s from the early 1960’s are works of art, probably the most beautiful watches Rolex ever made. Here we have a mint condition Pepsi GMT. The gilt dial features the coveted chapter ring, which is a ring that connects the minute marks located on the outer dial. The crown is flanked by Cornino guards, which are only found in 60’s GMT’s. The oyster rivet bracelet is also in great conditions.
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Rolex Daytona 6265 Black Sigma Dial
Launched in 1969, references 6263 and 6265 replaced the first Oyster Cosmograph model 6240. The current example is considered a second generation 6265, as its serial number falls within the range of 3 million and roughly 4.3 million. This 6265 comes correctly equipped with the newer-style steel screw down pushers, often referred to by collectors as Mark II’s. With ridges that are more triangular and wider than their predecessors. As we can assume these watches were used and worn often by their recipients in military environments. The present example is preserved in overall excellent condition, making it a worthy example for the discerning Daytona collector.
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Rolex submariner RED WRITE MINT CONDITION
ROLEX REF 1680 SUBMARINER STEEL Rolex, "Oyster Perpetual Date, Submariner, 660 ft = 200 m, Superlative Chronometer, Officially Certified", Ref. 1680. Made in 1979. Fine and rare, center seconds, self-winding, water-resistant, stainless steel wristwatch with a Rolex stainless steel jubilee bracelet and deployant clasp.never polished.vintage rolex
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Certina DS2 Chronolympic with Manual Caliber
In 1970 Certina sponsored a five man expedition to Mount Everest. Each climber ascended wearing DS-2 Chronolympic watches. One the climbers called Yuichiro Miura upon reaching the summit decided to ski down and in 2 minutes he descended 6600 feet reaching speeds of 160 km/h. His run was cut short because after 2 minutes he lost control and fell 1320 feet all while wearing the DS-2. This ski-down from the top of the world is documented in the Oscar winning documentary titled “ The Man Who Skied Down Everest.” Miura's DS-2 survived and the climbers later praised the Chronolympic's saying that it had met all their demands.
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Model: DS2 Chronolympic
Rolex Sea-Dweller MKIII Great White with Service Papers & Mint Conditions
Rolex Sea-Dweller Great White in outstanding conditions. The case is thick and crisp with no indication of polishing. The dial matches the hands perfectly always a telling sing the watch is in original conditions. The Sea-Dweller is seen as the Submariner’s big brother as it comes with a beefier case and a helium release valve, which allows for deeper dives. The term Great White was coined as it followed the now famous Double Red Sea-Dweller. The entire lettering on the dial was printed in white, so collectors started the name Great White. There were 4 types of dials manufactured throughout the Great White’s life cycle. The one fitted on this watch is the Mark III.
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Rolex GMT Master 6542 Bakelite 18K Yellow Gold
The Rolex 6542 is the most sought after and coveted GMT out there. It was the first reference ever produced and it served as a testing ground for Rolex to determine what goes and what doesn’t go in a watch of this caliber. Within the 6542’s in steel manufactured Rolex also produced a handful in 18K yellow gold. These are ultra rare and important iterations of the 6542 and ours is a pristine example. Adorned with a flawless Bakelite bezel and an untouched Boudreaux nipple dial is quite the looker. Along with the watch comes its original big logo oyster rivet bracelet, a collector’s item in its own right.
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Rolex GMT Master 1675 Gilt & Chapter Ring Dial
The fragility of the 6542 led to the development of Rolex’s finest creation the 1675. Particularly those manufactured throughout the early 1960’s, due to their unique specifications. This 1675 belongs to the early strand of post 6542 GMT’s. Some telling signs are its chapter ring and gilt dial, as well as its Cornino crown guards.
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