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Text last updated 25th June 2019

First section is Gents Vintage Wristwatches then MILITARY section. and second section Ladies Vintage section.

From Kembery Antique Clocks Ltd you can expect a genuine vintage watch with a written 12 month guarantee which has been serviced to a high standard. Postage & Packing is free of charge to our UK customers, delivered on a day of your choice and is fully trackable. For our International customers please email us and we can give you a competitive postal quote which is also fully trackable.

If you would prefer a different leather strap colour than shown we can change it for you!

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PLEASE PHONE 0117 956 5281 TO ORDER OR ENQUIRE

(From abroad phone 0044 117 956 5281)

Latest items uploaded:

37, 40A, 40B, 42, 58A

81, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90

M84

L5, L6, L8, L9

 

Vintage Gents

Wristwatches Section

1.

1935 GENTS 9K GOLD ROLEX WRISTWATCH

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A c.1935 gents Rolex wristwatch in 9K gold. A hinged case back with Dennison and Rolex stamps and Irish Dublin import marks for 1938. A cream coloured dial with blued steel hands and subsidiary seconds and retailers name 'Murgatroyd & Horstfall' who were Rolex dealers in Halifax. The mark on the case back indicates C.R. Spillman SA circa 1935. A 15 jewel Rolex stamped mechanism. The letter from Rolex in 2009 shows the previous owner tried to get it serviced by them but it has been done independently since then.

An early Rolex in very good original condition, sizewise suitable for Gents or Ladies.

Case width 31mm

 

 

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1933 9K GOLD ROLEX WRISTWATCH

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A 1933 9K gold Rolex 'cushion case' wristwatch. A silvered dial with black Arabic numerals and a subsidiary seconds dial to 6 o'clock. A high quality manual wind 18 jewel Swiss made mechanism signed 'Rolex Chronometer, timed 6 positions'. A 9K gold case bearing 9K gold hallmarks for Glasgow 1933.

Case width 30mm

SOLD

 

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1923 9K GOLD ROLEX WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1923 9K gold Rolex 'cushion case' wristwatch. A silvered dial with black lumed numerals, surrounded by an outer minute track. A subsidiary seconds dial to 6 o'clock. A light sunburst effect to the dial. A high quality manual wind 16 jewel Swiss made mechanism signed 'Rolex Extra Prima, for all climates'. A 9K gold case bearing London import marks for 1923.

Case width 30mm

SOLD

 

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1938 VINTAGE ROLEX WRISTWATCH

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A 1938 gents or ladies Rolex 'midsize' wristwatch. A stainless steel case, case inner marked 'Dennison for Rolex'. The original dial with gilt hands and sweep seconds and marked 'Shock Resiting'. A calibre 710 manual mechanism ref 68827 and marked 'Rolex Swiss Made 15 Rubis'. Case ref 12324 and 2586 and inner side marked 586. A presentation box.

Case width 31mm

£ 895 (U$ 1136) (Euro 1011)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1984 rolex oyster perpetual date wristwatch

Watches

A 1984 Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date wristwatch. A stainless steel case with Oyster crown and original stainless steel bracelet. An unusual blue dial with steel batons and hands. A 26 jewel Rolex caliber 1570 automatic mechanism. Case reference 1500. Case width 35mm.

 

£ 2850 (U$ 3681) (Euro 3305)

 

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1990s tudor PRINCE OYSTERDATE WRISTWATCH

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A 1990s stainless steel Tudor Prince Oysterdate automatic wristwatch. A silvered dial with steel batons and the Tudor shield to 12 o'clock. A stainless steel Oyster case by Rolex, signed to the crown and case back. Steel hands and central sweep seconds, with a date aperture to 3 o'clock. A stainless steel Tudor Oyster bracelet. A 25 jewel caliber 2824-2 automatic mechanism by Tudor. Case ref 72000. This watch comes complete with the original inner and outer box. Circa 1990s.

Case width 32mm

£ 1395 (U$ 1606) (Euro 1829)

 

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1950'S TUDOR STAINLESS STEEL

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A mid-size 1950's Tudor stainless steel wristwatch. A stainles steel 'Denisteel' case made by Dennison, numbered 12325 and 3897 inside the case back. A manual wind 17 jewel mechanism signed Tudor. An off white silvered dial with dagger indices and Arabic numerals to 3, 6, 9 and 12. Circa 1950's.

Case width 30mm

£ 425 (U$ 549) (Euro 476)

 

 

 

 

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1950'S TUDOR STAINLESS STEEL

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A mid-size 1950's Tudor stainless steel wristwatch. A stainles steel 'Denisteel' case made by Dennison, numbered 12325 and 5485 inside the case back. A manual wind 17 jewel mechanism signed Tudor. An off white silvered dial with Arabic numerals. Circa 1950's.

Case width 30mm

£ 395 (U$ 507) (Euro 436)

 

 

 

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1950 18K GOLD OMEGA 'BUMPER' AUTOMATIC

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A 1950 Omega Automatic wristwatch in 18K gold. A silvered dial in a two tone finish, seperated by a minute track. Gilt dauphine hands and 'pencil' hour markers, with a subsidiary seconds dial at 6 o'clock. An oversized 18K solid gold case with shaped lugs and a bevelled case back. A 17 jewel 'bumper' automatic caliber 332 mechanism signed Omega. Case reference 2644. This watch comes with a period Omega strap buckle. Serial numbers date this watch to 1950.

Case width 34mm

£ 1895 (US $ 2190) (Euro 2472)

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1937 OMEGA 9K GOLD WRISTWATCH

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A 1937 9K gold Omega wristwatch. A silvered dial with raised gilt Arabic numerals, indicated by blued steel ‘plume’ hands. A 9K gold tonneau style case, made in England by Dennison. A good quality 15 jewel caliber 23.4 Omega Swiss made mechanism. Birmingham hallmarks date this watch to 1937.

Case width 29mm

 

£ 625 (US $ 794) (Euro 708)

 

 

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1969 18K GOLD OMEGA GENEVE AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH

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A 1969 Omega Automatic Geneve 18K gold wristwatch. A gilt dial with finely detailed black Roman numerals and black hands. A date aperture to 3 o'clock, changed by a quick-set mechanism. An 18K gold case with Omega stamps and Swiss gold marks. A high quality 24 jewel caliber 565 automatic mechanism. Case reference 162041. Serial numbers date this watch to 1969.

Case width 34mm

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1972 OMEGA SEAMASTER 'JEDI' AUTOMATIC CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH

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A 1972 Omega Seamaster 'Jedi' automatic chronograph wristwatch. A large stainless steel case with sloped edges. Original Omega winding crown to the case. A silvered dial with wedge shaped hour markers and a date aperture to 3 o'clock. A minute counter to 6 o'clock, subsidiary seconds dial to 9 o'clock with an integral 24 hour dial, indicated by a blue arrow. This watch, along with several other similar designs are often called a Seamaster 'Jedi'. Stainless steel Omega bracelet to the case. Case reference 175.005. A high quality Omega caliber 1040 automatic chronograph mechanism. Serial numbers date this watch to 1972.

Case width 42mm

£ 1850 (US $ 2429) (Euro 2146)

 

 

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1938 OMEGA CUSHION CASED WRISTWATCH

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A 1938 Omega ‘cushion’ cased wristwatch. A ‘Staybrite’ steel three piece case in the classic ‘cushion’ style. A silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial to 6 o’clock. A good quality 15 jewel caliber 25.5 SOB manual wind mechanism, signed Omega. Case back inner signed ‘Omega’ and ‘Staybrite Steel’. Serial numbers date this watch to circa 1937.

Case width 31mm

£ 565 (US $ 718) (Euro 640)

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1927 SILVER OMEGA WRISTWATCH

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A 1927 Omega Silver wristwatch. An enamel dial with black Arabic numerals and blued steel 'moon' hands. A round silver case with curved edges made by Dennison. A 15 jewel caliber 26.5 SOB mechanism by Omega, with Geneva striped finish to the mechanism. Serial numbers and Birmingham hallmarks date this watch to 1927.

Case width 31 mm.

£ 675 (US $ 1698) (Euro 1452)

 

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1967 OMEGA CONSTELLATION CHRONOMETER

Watches

A 1967 Omega Constellation automatic Chronometer wristwatch. A silvered dial with a gilt batons and hands. A date aperture to 3 o'clock. A gold plated case with flat bezel and an Omega winding crown. Original Omega strap and buckle. A caliber 564 Omega mechanism. Case reference 168.018. Serial numbers date this watch to 1967. This watch comes with its original leather strap, however we can swap this over for a new leather strap to preserve the original.

Case width 34mm

£ 895 (US $ 1161) (Euro 1023)

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1946 18K GOLD OMEGA AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1946 Omega Automatic 'bumper' wristwatch in 18K gold. A silvered dial with alternating Arabic numerals and dot markers. Gilt hands and hour markers and subsidiary seconds dial to 6 o'clock. An 18K solid gold case with original Omega winding crown. A 17 jewel 'bumper' automatic caliber 332 mechanism signed Omega. Serial numbers date this watch to 1946.

Case width 33mm

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1966 OMEGA SEAMASTER DE VILLE, 'BRUSHED' DIAL

Watches

A 1966 Omega Seamaster De Ville automatic wristwatch. A stainless steel case with Seamaster Hippocampus logo to the back. A rare 'brushed' silvered dial. An Omega caliber 565 24 jewel mechanism. Case ref 166.020.

Case width 34mm.

SOLD

 

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1943 OMEGA 2615 GOVERNMENT ISSUE WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1943 Omega stainless steel wristwatch. A British government issue wristwatch, for use by the civilian services of India. A silvered dial with Arabic numerals and stick batons. A subsidiary seconds dial, numbered at the quarters. A screw down case back over a mechanism cover. Case back inner stamped with reference 2165 and CS(I). A manual wind Omega caliber 26.5T3. Serial numbers date this to circa 1943.

Case width 31mm

 

£ 535 (US$ 701) (Euro 609)

 

 

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1973 OMEGA CONSTELLATION WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1973 Omega Constellation Chronometer wristwatch. A silvered dial with steel batons and a date aperture to 3 o'clock. A stainless steel case with original matching bracelet. An Omega caliber 1011 automatic mechanism. Case reference 168.0056. Serial numbers date this watch to 1973.

Case width 34mm.

£ 945 (US$ 1225) (Euro 1080)

 

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1963 OMEGA SEAMASTER 30 WRISTWATCH

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A 1963 Omega Seamaster 30 wristwatch. A silvered dial with gilt batons and a 'crosshair' seconds dial. A gold plated case with stainless steel back, bearing a Hippocampus logo, reference 125.003-62. A 17 jewel manual wind caliber 269 mechanism. Serial numbers date this watch to 1963.

Case width 38mm.

£ 395 (US$ 497) (Euro 445)

 

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1962 OMEGA seamaster automatic wristwatch

Watches

A 1962 Omega Seamaster Automatic wristwatch. A silvered dial in a matte finish with 'crosshair' design. Gilt batons and dauphine hands. A stainless steel case with champfered edges and Seamaster Hippocampus logo to the back. A high quality 17 jewel caliber 552 mechanism by Omega. Case reference 14700 1 SC. Serial numbers date this watch to 1962.

Case width 33mm.

£ 595 (US$ 686) (Euro 776)

 

 

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1968 OMEGA GENEVE AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1968 Omega Geneve automatic wristwatch. A silvered dial with a date aperture to 3 o'clock. A stainless steel case with brushed finish and original Omega winding crown. Case reference 166.041. A high quality 24 jewel caliber 565 Omega mechanism. Serial numbers date this watch to 1968.

Case width 34mm.

£ 545 (US$ 703) (Euro 631)

 

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1952 OMEGA AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1952 Omega Automatic wristwatch. A silvered dial with baton numerals and dagger hands. A stainless steel Seamaster case reference c 2577 - 6SC. An automatic bumper caliber 354. Serial numbers date this watch to 1952.

Case width 34mm.

£ 635 (US$ 831) (Euro 723)

 

 

 

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1961 OMEGA SEAMASTER WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1961 Omega Automatic Seamaster wristwatch. An unusual 'crosshair' dial with a sweep seconds. An gold plated case with Omega crown and the Seamaster Hippocampus insignia to the back. A high quality 24 jewel caliber 552 mechanism. Case reference 14765 SC-61. Serial numbers date this watch to 1961.

Case width 33mm

£ 695 (US$ 911) (Euro 793)

 

 

 

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1960 OMEGA STAINLESS STEEL WRISTWATCH

Watches

A stainless steel 1960 Omega wristwatch. An unusual dial, with a finish similar to the 'Geneva stripes' often found on high quality watch mechanisms. Baton numerals and a sweep seconds hand. A manual wind caliber 600 mechanism. Case reference 14749 61 SC.

Case width 33mm

 

£ 495 (US$ 643) (Euro 555)

 

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1950 14K RED GOLD OMEGA

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A 1950 14K red gold Omega wristwatch. A silvered dial with dagger batons, dauphine hands and numerals at the quarters. An Omega winding crown to the case. A domed bezel to the front and slightly curved lugs. A 15 jewel manual wind caliber 265 mechanism. A good sized 14k gold case stamped with Omega makers marks and Swiss control marks. Serial numbers date this watch to 1950.

Case width 35mm.

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1964 OMEGA SEAMASTER 600 WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1964 Omega Seamaster 600 wristwatch. A gold capped case with original winding crown. A rare textured dial finish in a light grey colour, with gilt batons and hands. The original Omega strap buckle. Stainless steel case back bearing the Seamaster logo. A high quality 17 jewel caliber 600 Omega mechanism. Serial numbers date this watch to 1964.

Case width 33mm

 

£ 765 (US$ 986) (Euro 885)

 

 

 

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1974 omega AUTOMATIC DAY/DATE wristwatch Watches

 

 

 

A 1974 Omega gold plated and steel wristwatch. A silvered dial with quick date adjustment showing days of the week and date with sweep seconds. A heavy quality case with a genuine Omega winding crown. An automatic calibre 1022 mechanism, serial number 38562244. A classic 70's period Omega.

Case width 37mm

 

£ 495 (US$ 638) (Euro 554)

 

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1967 OMEGA SEAMASTER WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1967 Omega Seamaster automatic wristwatch. A silvered dial with steel baton markers, hands and sweep seconds. A 24 jewel automatic caliber 562 mechanism, case ref 166.003. A stainless steel with original Omega bracelet. Seamaster Hippocampus logo to the case back. Serial numbers date this watch to 1967.

Case width 35mm

£ 695 (US$ 922) (Euro 810)

 

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1943 OMEGA 30T2 WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1943 Omega stainless steel wristwatch. An off white dial with lume Arabic numerals and lume filled ‘baton’ hands. A stainless steel case front and back with base metal central case body, made by Dennison. A high quality 15 jewel caliber 30T2 Swiss made mechanism by Omega. Case reference 1645. Serial numbers date this watch to circa 1943.

Case width 33mm

 

£ 535 (US$ 681) (Euro 603)

 

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1962 OMEGA SEAMASTER STAINLESS STEEL WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1962 Omega Seamaster Automatic wristwatch. An off white dial with Arabic numerals to the quarters and a sweep seconds hand. A stainless steel case with original Omega crown and the Seamaster Hippocampus insignia to the back. Original stainless steel Omega 'beads of rice' bracelet with Omega clasp. A high quality 24 jewel automatic caliber 552 mechanism. Case reference 165.009. Serial numbers date this watch to 1962.

Case width 34mm

 

£ 795 (US$ 1054) (Euro 927)

 

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1971 OMEGA CONSTELLATION AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1971 Omega Constellation automatic Chronometer wristwatch. A silvered dial with a rare textured finish. Gilt batons and hands with central black finish. A day date aperture to 3 o'clock. A gold capped case with flat bezel and an Omega winding crown. A high quality 24 jewel caliber 751 Omega automatic mechanism. Case reference CD 168.019. Serial numbers date this watch to 1971.

Case width 34mm

£ 725 (US $ 942) (Euro 841)

 

 

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1970 OMEGA GENEVE STAINLESS STEEL WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1970 Omega Geneve stainless steel wristwatch. A silvered dial with sweep seconds and gilt batons with a black central strip. A stainless steel case, reference 136.070. A good quality 17 jewel caliber 613 mechanism signed Omega. This watch comes complete with the original Omega leather strap and buckle, which can be swapped over to a new leather strap to reserve its condition. Serial numbers date this watch to 1970.

Case width 34mm

£ 425 (US $ 538) (Euro 481)

 

 

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1944 OMEGA STAINLESS STEEL 30T2 WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1944 Omega stainless steel wristwatch. A large stainless steel case with champfered lugs and the original Omega winding crown. A silvered dial with raised gilt Arabic numerals and an unusual oversized subsidiary seconds dial. Case reference 2271 - 3. A high quality 15 jewel caliber 30T2 mechanism signed Omega. Serial numbers date this watch to 1944.

Case width 35mm

£ 725 (US $ 832) (Euro 928)

 

 

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1959 9K GOLD OMEGA WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1959 Omega 9K gold wristwatch. A silvered dial with gilt baton markers, eith extra width at the quarters. Gilt sword hands and a central sweep seconds. A good quality 17 jewel caliber 520 mechanism. Serial numbers date this watch to 1959.

Case width 34mm

£ 625 (US$ 829) (Euro 728)

 

 

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1961 OMEGA SEAMASTER WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1961 Omega Seamaster stainless steel wristwatch. An unusual textured finish to the silvered dial. Steel batons and 'dagger' hands, with a crosshair seconds dial to 6 o'clock. Original Omega winding crown to the case. Seamaster Hippocampus insignia to the case back. A good quality 17 jewel caliber 268 manual wind mechanism. Case reference 14389-62-SC. Serial numbers date this watch to 1961.

Case width 35mm

£ 565 (US$ 942) (Euro 840)

 

 

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1966 OMEGA CONSTELLATION WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1966 Omega Constellation stainless steel wristwatch. A silvered dial with sunburst effect. Gilt batons and dauphine hands, with a date aperture to 3 o'clock. A stainless steel case with Omega Constellation insignia to the back and original winding crown. A high quality 24 jewel caliber 564 automatic mechanism. Case reference 168.010. Serial numbers date this watch to 1966.

Case width 34mm

£ 645 (US$ 838) (Euro 748)

 

 

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1961 OMEGA SEAMASTER WRISTWATCH

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A 1961 Omega Seamaster stainless steel wristwatch. A silvered dial with dauphine hands and gilt 'pencil' hour markers, doubled at 12. Seamaster Hippocampus insignia to the case back and original Omega winding crown. A good quality 17 jewel caliber 285 manual wind mechanism with sweep seconds. Case reference CSP 14390-61-SC. Serial numbers date this watch to 1961.

Case width 35mm

£ 575 (US$ 730) (Euro 645)

 

 

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1930s OMEGA CUSHION CASED WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1930s Omega cushion cased wristwatch. An enamel dial with deco Arabic numerals and finely pierced hands. A subsidiary seconds dial to 6 o'clock with Arabic numerals. A good quality 15 jewel caliber 28.5 SOB manual wind mechanism. Serial numbers date this watch to the early 1930s. This watch comes complete with an Original Omega inner and outer box.

Case width 31mm

£ 675 (US$ 877) (Euro 782)

 

 

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1949 OMEGA AUTOMATIC 'BUMPER' WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1949 Omega Automatic gold capped wristwatch. A silvered dial with gilt batons and dauphine hands, with a crosshair seconds dial at 6 o'clock. Case reference 2765 - 4 - SC. A stainless steel case back marked 'Waterproof Seamaster'. A 17 jewel caliber 332 automatic 'bumper' mechanism by Omega. Serial numbers date this watch to 1949.

Case width 36mm

 

£ 625 (US$ 814) (Euro 728)

 

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1950 OMEGA STAINLESS STEEL WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1950 Omega stainless steel wristwatch. A silvered dial with steel Arabic numerals and a subsidiary seconds dial at 6 o'clock. Case reference 13322 made by Dennison in 'Denisteel', with Omega winding crown. A 15 jewel caliber 265 manual wind mechanism by Omega. Serial numbers date this watch to 1950.

Case width 33mm

 

£ 465 (US$ 605) (Euro 541)

 

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1968 OMEGA CHRONOSTOP STAINLESS STEEL WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1968 Omega Chronostop stainless steel wristwatch. A grey dial with steel batons, indicated by white hands with a central lume strip. A white outer minute track detailed with quarter minute markers, indicated by an orange second hand. Original Omega winding crown and pusher. This watch comes on a later unsigned steel bracelet. A stainless steel case with brushed steel finish to the front edge. A high quality 17 jewel Omega caliber 865 manual wind mechanism. Case reference 146.009. Serial numbers date this watch to 1968.

Case width 34mm

 

£ 875 (US$ 1113) (Euro 983)

 

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1967 OMEGA CHRONOSTOP STAINLESS STEEL WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1967 Omega Chronostop stainless steel wristwatch. A grey dial with steel batons, indicated by white hands with a central lume strip. A white outer minute track detailed with quarter minute markers, indicated by an orange second hand. Original Omega winding crown and pusher. A stainless steel case with brushed steel finish to the front edge. A high quality 17 jewel Omega caliber 865 manual wind mechanism. Case reference 146.009. Serial numbers date this watch to 1967.

Case width 34mm

 

£ 895 (US$ 1137) (Euro 1005)

 

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MITHRAS CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH, LANDERON 248

Watches

A 1960s gold plated Mithras chronograph wristwatch. A silvered dial with tachymeter function to the outer minute track. A 17 jewel Landeron 248 mechanism with Incabloc protection. Stainless steel case back marked 1159 48

Case width 33mm

 

£ 545 (US$ 716) (Euro 622)

 

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LUXOR STAINLESS STEEL CHRONOGRAPH, LANDERON 248

Watches

A 1960s Luxor stainless steel chronograph wristwatch. A large steel case with screw down back marked ‘stainless steel, waterproof, anti magnetic, incabloc’. A silver dial with subsidiary constant seconds dial and chronograph counter. A high quality 17 jewel Landeron calibre 248 mechanism with incabloc protection.

Case width 35mm

 

£ 495 (US$ 629) (Euro 556)

 

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ZODIAC SEA WOLF 'DIVERS' WRISTWATCH

Watches

A Zodiac Sea Wolf automatic 'divers' wristwatch. A black dial with luminous hour markers and dauphine hands. A stainless steel case with the original winding crown and the original expanding Zodiac strap with a two tone finish. A rotating calibrated bezel to the outside of the case. Case reference number 702 - 916. A Swiss made 17 jewel caliber 70-72 mechanism by Zodiac. This watch is in very good original condition.

The Zodiac Sea Wolf was unveiled at the 1953 Basel Fair, and is credited (along with the Blancpain Fifty Fathoms) as being the first commercially available divers watch. Circa 1960's.

Case width 34mm case.

SOLD

 

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GERMAN ART DECO 'TANK' WRISTWATCH

Watches

A German Art Deco 'Tank' style wristwatch. A stainless steel case with stepped case edges and shaped lugs. A black dial, with Arabic numerals and a subsidiary seconds dial. A 15 jewel mechanism signed 'DRGM', indicating a German patent. Circa 1930.

Case height 30mm.

Case width 24mm.

£ 325 (US$ 410) (Euro 360)

 

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1950S DOXA WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1950s Doxa anti-magnetic wristwatch. A base metal case with extended lugs and stainless steel case back. A silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds. A 15 jewel Swiss made mechanism by Doxa. Circa 1950.

Case width 34mm

 

£ 245 (US$ 282) (Euro 319)

 

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1967 GOLD FILLED ZENITH WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1967 Zenith gold filled wristwatch. A silvered dial with Arabic numerals to the quarters and gilt batons. Gilt hands with central sweep seconds hand. A 17 jewel caliber 2542 mechanism by Zenith, with original winding crown. Serial numbers date this watch to 1967.

£ 335 (US$ 442) (Euro 382)

 

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1956 9K GOLD BUREN GRAND PRIX WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1956 9K gold Buren Grand Prix wristwatch. A silvered dial with alternating Arabic numerals and triangular batons. A subsidiary seconds dial to 6 o'clock. A good quality 9K gold case made by Dennison. A 17 jewel manual wind Swiss made mechanism by Buren Grand Prix. Birmingham hallmarks date this watch to 1956.

Case width 30mm.

£ 345 (US$ 444) (Euro 399)

 

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1959 18K GOLD ZENITH 'BUMPER' WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1959 18K gold Zenith 'bumper' automatic wristwatch. An excellent quality 18K gold case with 'bombe' shaped lugs and a stepped bezel. A silvered dial with baton numerals and Arabic numerals to 12 and 6. Gilt dauphine style hands and a central sweep second hand. Original Zenith winding crown. A good quality, 20 jewel automatic caliber 133.8 mechanism made by Zenith. Serial numbers date this watch to 1959.

Case width 32mm.

£ 950 (US$ 1077) (Euro 1208)

 

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UNIVERSAL GENEVE, JW BENSON WRISTWATCH

Watches

A stainless steel Universal Geneve wristwatch, made for JW Benson. A silvered dial with lume filled hands, Arabic numerals and a subsidiary seconds dial. A stainless steel case with screw down case back, marked to the inner with the Universal Geneve logo. Case reference 21010. A Universal Geneve caliber 260, signed to the backplate 'JW Benson, London, Swiss Made'. Circa 1939.

Case width 32mm

£ 445 (US$ 571) (Euro 498)

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1957 MOVADO 9K GOLD WRISTWATCH

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A 1957 Movado 9K gold wristwatch. A silvered dial with gilt hour markers and sweep seconds. A 9K gold case with shaped lugs, signed Movado. Original Movado winding crown. A 17 jewel caliber 0543 mechanism signed Movado. Birmingham hallmarks date this watch to 1957.

Case width 32mm

£ 495 (US$ 579) (Euro 654)

 

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MOVADO 1950's WRISTWATCH

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A 1950's Movado gents wristwatch. A silvered dial with gilt diamond batons and gilt luminous hands with sweep seconds. A 17 Jewel mechanism stamped Movado, calibre 120. Serial numbers to the case inner 3130407 / 18271.

Case width 34mm

£ 475 (US$ 622) (Euro 537)

 

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1950s 14K LECOULTRE WRISTWATCH

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A 14K gold LeCoultre wristwatch. A gilt dial with black baton numerals. A brushed finish to the bezel and a sapphire cabochon to the winding crown. A Swiss made manual wind caliber 818/2 signed LeCoultre. Case inner marked 'cased and timed in the USA by LeCoultre'. Circa 1950s.

Case width 32mm.

£ 1250 (US$ 1604) (Euro 1413)

 

 

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JAEGER LE-COULTRE REVERSO GRAN SPORT

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A stainless steel Jaeger Le-Coultre Reverso Gran Sport. A white dial with Arabic markers to the quarters and a date aperture to 6 o'clock. A stainless steel case with original JLC strap and winding crown. A signed JLC caliber 960R automatic mechanism. Case reference 290.8.60. Complete with the original box, paper, guarantee and receipt. Paperwork dated 1999.

The Jaeger Le-Coultre Reverso is one of the most iconic watches of all time and has maintained its Art Deco charm throughout its history. The original Reverso was designed for use whilst playing polo, using the 'flip over' function to protect the watch glass shattering upon impact.

Case width 26mm.

Case height 42mm

SOLD

 

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1960'S SMITHS JEWELLED WRISTWATCH

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A gold plated Smiths Jewelled wristwatch. A silvered dial with alternating black Arabic numerals and gilt dagger markers. A sweep seconds hand with a red arrow pointer to the end. A manual wind mechanism marked 6 A 65. Dial signed made in Great Britain. Circa 1960.

Case width 33mm.

£ 245 ($ 326) (Euro 279)

 

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1955 SMITHS DE LUXE WRISTWATCH

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A 9K Smiths De Luxe wristwatch. A two tone silvered dial with Arabic numerals and triangular indices. Central sweep seconds hand with an arrow pointer to the end. A 17 jewel Smiths caliber 27CS manual wind mechanism. Edinburgh hallmarks for 1955. This watch comes with its original Smiths De Luxe box.

Case width 32mm.

£ 475 (US$ 624) (Euro 534)

 

 

 

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1966 SMITHS DE LUXE WRISTWATCH

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A 1966 9K Smiths De Luxe wristwatch. An unusual dial finish, with a two tone textured finish. Arabic numerals to quarters and baton markers. Gilt sword hands and a subsidiary dial to 6 o'clock. An English made manual wind 15 jewel mechanism made by Smiths, numbered '46, 50461E'. This watch is dated to 1966 by the London hallmarks to the case.

Case width 32mm.

£ 465 (US$ 572) (Euro 489)

 

 

 

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1946 9K GOLD LONGINES WRISTWATCH

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A 1946 9K gold Longines wristwatch. A gilt coloured dial with two tone finish between the hour track and the inner/outer dial. Alternating Arabic numerals and batons, with a gilt finish. Subsidiary seconds dial to 6 o’clock, signed Longines. A 9K gold case made by Dennison. A good quality 17 jewel caliber 12.68Z by Longines. Birmingham hallmarks date this watch to 1946.

Case width 30mm

 

£ 525 (US$ 595) (Euro 667)

 

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1949 LONGINES WRISTWATCH

Watches

An unusual 1949 Longines wristwatch. A silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals and intervals and a subsidiary seconds dial. A gabled design to the case, with matching shaped glass with a central ridge. A 10K gold filled case, signed Longines Wittnauer to the case. A good quality 17 jewel caliber 9L mechanism signed Longines. Serial numbers date this watch to 1949.

Case width 22mm

Case height 37mm

 

£ 465 (US$ 527) (Euro 588)

 

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1954 LONGINES WRISTWATCH

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A 1954 Longines gold filled wristwatch. A white dial with gilt indices and subsidiary seconds dial to 6 o’clock. A 10K gold filled case, stamped to the inner ‘Longines Wittnauer’. A good quality 17 jewel caliber 23Z mechanism by Longines, stamped to the backplate LXW. An unusual case design with ‘crab claw’ lugs. Serial numbers date this watch to 1954.

Case width 33mm

 

£ 450 (US$ 572) (Euro 505)

 

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1922 14K GOLD LONGINES WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1922 14K gold Longines wristwatch. A 14K gold tonneau shaped case with champfered edges. A silvered dial with Arabic numerals signed 'Longines'. A manual wind caliber 11.87 15 jewel mechanism. Inner case back marked with serial number matching the one on the mechanism. Stamp to the inner case 'AW' for A Wittnauer.

Case height 35mm.

 

£ 725 (US$ 918) (Euro 817)

 

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1934 LONGINES STEEL TRENCH WRISTWATCH

Watches

A rare 1934 Longines stainless steel trench style wristwatch. A ‘Staybrite’ steel three piece case with screw down front and back. An unusual silvered dial with Arabic numerals, indicated by 'pencil' hands. A subsidiary seconds dial to 6 o’clock with six seperate sectors for each 10 seconds. A high quality 15 jewel caliber 12.68Z mechanism by Longines. Serial numbers date this watch to circa 1934.

Case width 32mm

£ 775 (US$ 969) (Euro 862)

 

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1928 BI-METAL LONGINES WRISTWATCH

Watches

A very unusual and rare Longines bi-metal 'tank' wristwatch, dating to 1928. A silver main case body, with champfered gold edges to each side. A silvered dial with raised Arabic numerals and lume hands. A subsidiary seconds dial above 6 o'clock. A Longines caliber 9.47N manual wind mechanism. Matching serial numbers stamped to case and mechanism. Serial numbers date this watch to 1928.

Case height 39mm.

Case width 25mm.

£ 1075 (US$ 1352) (Euro 1212)

 

 

 

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1949 LONGINES 'TANK' WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1949 Longines gold filled wristwatch. A 'tank' style case design with extended corners to the case and original winding crown. A quartered dial with ridged design. Arabic numerals to the quarters and batons to the rest. A high quality 17 jewel caliber 9L Longines Swiss made mechanism, marked LXW. Case inner marked Longines Wittnauer. Serial numbers date this watch to 1949.

Case width 27mm.

£ 645 (US$ 830) (Euro 746)

 

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1970s LONGINES FLAGSHIP STAINLESS STEEL WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1970s Longines Flagship stainless steel wristwatch. A silvered dial with extended baton markers and minute markers, with a crosshair subsidiary seconds dial. A stainless steel case with brushed steel finish and clean cut edges and original Longines winding crown. A 17 jewel Longines caliber 6922 'high beat' mechanism. Case reference 8634 1. Circa late 1970s.

Case width 33mm.

£ 495 (US$ 627) (Euro 558)

 

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1953 LONGINES AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH

Watches

A Gents Longines steel wristwatch dating to 1953. This is the calibre 22a automatic mechanism which was Longines first introduced in 1945. A gilt two tone dial with Arabic numeral quarter markers and diamond batons. A subsidiary seconds dial and gilt hands. A stainless steel case, back marked 'Antimagnetic/Waterproof/Shockproof'. Case ref 6488, serial numbers 9042713.

Case width 34mm

£ 625 (US$ 813) (Euro 706)

 

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1973 LONGINES 5 STAR ADMIRAL WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1973 Longines 5 star Admiral complete with original box and guarantee. A 10K gold filled case marked to the inner 'Longines-Wittnauer' made by Star watch case company. Case reference 3026-507. A gilt dial with baton numerals, which are larger at the quarters. A day and date aperture in contrasting colours, with quick change feature. The quick change is activated by pushing the original winding crown. An automatic Longines caliber 508 mechanism. Serial numbers date this watch to 1973.

During this period, the Longines Admiral was regarded as one of the finest watches on the market. This watch is in excellent original condition and has seen very little use during its life. The original inner and outer box are both marked 'the worlds most honored watch' as they were advertised during this period. The inner box is stamped with the Longines 'Admiral 5 star' model logo, which is also on the watch tag. When the inner of the box is lifted out, it reveals a compartment which is designed for 'Jewelry, Studs, Cigarettes' as stamped.

Case width 34mm

£ 875 (US$ 1161) (Euro 1020)

 

 

 

 

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1974 14K LONGINES WRISTWATCH

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A 1974 Longines 14K gold wristwatch. A solid 14K gold case with unusual hooded lugs. A silvered dial with gilt batons and a subsidiary seconds dial. Case back inner marked Longines Wittnauer, 14K. A 17 jewel manual wind caliber 25Z mechanism marked Longines and LXW. This watch comes with its original box and paperwork, marked for 1974. This watch comes with a later Longines strap and deployment clasp.

Case width 32mm.

£ 725 (US$ 933) (Euro 832)

 

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1955/56 LONGINES CONQUEST WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1955/56 Longines Conquest wristwatch. A stainless steel case with silvered dial, markers at 12,3,6 and 9 and tapered markers in between. Dauphine hands and sweep seconds. An automatic 19 jewel caliber 19AS mechanism stamped Longines. The original Longines strap buckle and a genuine Longines strap. Serial numbers date this watch to 1955.

The Longines Conquest was launched in 1954 as a high end automatic model and this is an early 'first generation' example made circa 1955. The case back has a distinctive gold and green medallion with a fish and has engraved initials for 1956.

Case width 35 mm

£ 925 (US$ 1121) (Euro 1064)

 

 

 

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LONGINES CONQUEST AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH

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A stainless steel Longines Conquest Automatic wristwatch. A rarer blue dial in a sunburst finish, with steel batons and day-date aperture to 3 o'clock. A stainless steel case with original Longines winding crown. A high quality 25 jewel caliber 636.1 Longines mechanism. Circa 1970s. This watch comes with a Longines leather strap and buckle, which can be changed for a new leather strap to preserve its originality.

Case width 35mm

£ 725 (US$ 944) (Euro 840)

 

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1956 LONGINES 9K GOLD WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1956 9K gold Longines wristwatch. A silvered dial with gilt batons and sweep seconds. A 9K gold case made by Dennison, stamped to the inner 'Baume, Made in England'. A 17 jewel caliber 12.6ZS mechanism signed Longines. Serial numbers date this watch to 1956. This watch comes complete with its original Longines box.

Case width 33mm.

£ 645 (US$ 827) (Euro 729)

 

 

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LONGINES 'TUXEDO' WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1970s gold filled Longines 'Tuxedo' wristwatch. A black dial with diamond markers for each hour, framed by gilt corners with a textured finish. A 10K gold filled case signed Longines Wittnauer. A 17 jewel caliber L349.2 mechanism signed Longines. Circa 1970s.

Case width 33mm.

£ 345 (US$ 443) (Euro 396)

 

 

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1948 LONGINES 14k gold WRISTWATCH

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A 1948 14K gold Longines ‘tank’ style wristwatch. A silvered dial with raised Arabic numerals and a subsidiary seconds dial at 6 o’clock. A 14K gold case with extended lugs and a raised bezel, signed to the inner ‘Longines Wittnauer’ and ‘Wadsworth 14K gold’. A good quality 17 jewel caliber 9L Swiss made mechanism by Longines, stamped to the backplate LXW. Serial numbers date this watch to circa 1948.

Case height 37mm

Case width 23mm

£ 565 (US$ 641) (Euro 713)

 

 

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1944 WEST END WATCH COMPANY LONGINES CS(I) WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1944 West End Watch Company wristwatch made by Longines for the British Civilian Services in India. A stainless steel case marked to the back 'West End Watch Everbright, Swiss Made' below CS(I). A silvered dial with Arabic numerals signed 'West End Watch Company'. A manual wind mechanism signed Longines.

West End Watch Company was an Indian company who imported watches from multiple manufacturers in the first half of the 20th century and sold watches in the middle and far east.

Case height 32 mm

£ 595 (US$ 763) (Euro 672)

 

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1960S SMITHS ASTRAL WRISTWATCH

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A 1960s Smiths Astral wristwatch. An unusual black dial with gilt hour markers and a deco style 12. Gilt hour hands and a red tipped seconds hand. A gold plated case with a stainless steel back. An English made Smiths 17 jewel mechanism marked 94. Circa 1960.

Case width 33mm

£ 265 (US$ 250) (Euro 222)

 

 

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ENICAR SHERPA DATE WRISTWATCH

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An Enicar Automatic Sherpa Date stainless steel wristwatch. A rarer black dial with steel batons and a date aperture to 3 o'clock, showing in red. Original Enicar winding crown to the case. Case back stamped Seapearl insignia and model number 144 88 01. A high quality 24 jewel caliber AR 1145 signed Enicar. An EPSA 2342 super compression case. Circa 1970s.

Case width 34mm

£ 575 (US$ 739) (Euro 659)

 

 

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1961 IWC 18K GOLD WRISTWATCH

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A 1961 18K gold IWC Schaffhausen wristwatch. A slim case design with shaped lugs. A high quality caliber 89 manual wind IWC mechanism. A silvered dial with gilt baton numerals and outer dotted track for the sweep seconds. Case back inner fully marked. Serial numbers date the watch to 1961.

Case width 35mm.

£ 1525 (US$ 2024) (Euro 1778)

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1941 9K ROSE GOLD ROTARY WRISTWATCH

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A 1941 9K rose gold Rotary 'cushion' cased wristwatch. A silvered dial with a 'sector' grouping to the numerals. A subsidary seconds dial to 6 o'clock and blued steel hands. A caliber 1/440 15 jewel Swiss made mechanism by Rotary, with an inner anti-magnetic casing surrounding the mechanism. This watch is dated to 1941 by the London gold hallmarks to the case.

Case width 28mm.

£ 225 (US$ 261) (Euro 248)

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1973 BULOVA WRISTWATCH

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A 1973 Bulova wristwatch. A white dial with a delicately lined finish. Gilt batons with black central lining. A gold plated case with stainless steel back, reference N3. Original Bulova winding crown and buckle. A 17 jewel manual wind caliber 11 AOCD mechanism signed Bulova. This watch comes complete with its original Bulova box. Case reference code dates this watch to 1973.

Case width 35mm.

£ 275 (US$ 353) (Euro 315)

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1963 BULOVA WRISTWATCH

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A 1963 Bulova wristwatch. A silvered dial with steel batons and a date aperture to 3 o'clock. A stainless steel case with unusual 'bombe' shaped lugs, with original winding crown. A 17 jewel manual wind caliber 11 ALCD mechanism signed Bulova. This watch comes complete with its original Bulova box. Case reference code dates this watch to 1973.

Case width 35mm.

£ 265 (US$ 340) (Euro 304)

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1970S ROTARY WRISTWATCH

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A 1970s Rotary wristwatch. A gold plated case with unusual shouldered lugs. A silvered dial with gilt batons and sweep seconds. A caliber 1795 17 jewel Swiss made manual wind mechanism signed Rotary. This watch comes complete with the original Rotary box. Circa 1970s.

Case width 33 mm.

£ 145 (US$ 164) (Euro 184)

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1970S AVIA WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1970s Avia wristwatch. A gold plated case with a stainless steel case back. A silvered dial with date aperture to 3 o'clock. A 17 jewel Swiss made manual wind mechanism. This watch comes complete with the original box and paperwork. Circa 1970s.

Case width 32mm.

£ 165 (US$ 187) (Euro 209)

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1972 BULOVA WRISTWATCH

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A 1972 Bulova wristwatch. A grey dial with a date aperture at 3 o'clock and sweep seconds. Gilt batons with a red central filling, matching the hands. A gold plated case with stainless steel back, reference N2. Original Bulova winding crown. A 17 jewel manual wind caliber 11 AOCD signed Bulova. Case reference code dates this watch to 1972.

Case width 35mm.

£ 425 (US$ 497) (Euro 562)

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1950s RECORD 'BUMPER' AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH

Watches

A rare 1950s Record 'bumper' automatic wristwatch. An off white dial with lume numerals and an outer minute track. An oversized stainless steel case with shaped integral lugs. A high quality 23 jewel caliber 172 mechanism signed Record. Case back inner signed Record Watch Company, Geneva. Circa 1950.

Case width 36mm.

£ 645 (US$ 755) (Euro 853)

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1964 HAMILTON THIN-O-MATIC WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1964 Hamilton Thin-o-Matic 14K gold wristwatch. A silvered dial with alternating hour markers and gilt dots for the minutes. A 14K gold case with flat bezel and shaped lugs. Original Hamilton winding crown. A good quality 17 jewel mechanism caliber 620 automatic 'microrotor' mechanism. Circa 1964.

Case width 34mm.

£ 465 (US$ 544) (Euro 615)

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81.

BUREN GRAND PRIX 'TANK' WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1930s Buren Grand Prix 'tank' style wristwatch. A gold plated case with bevelled edges and a curved steel back. A silvered dial with black Arabic numerals and a gilt outer minute track. An inner case designed to hermetically seal the mechanism from dust. A good quality 17 jewel mechanism signed Buren Grand Prix. Circa 1930s.

Case width 23mm.

Case height 41mm

£ 365 (US$ 462) (Euro 413)

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82.

1950s JW BENSON AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1950s JW Benson Automatic wristwatch. A silvered dial with Arabic numerals and dot indices to the 5 minute markers. A stainless steel case with screw down back, marked 'Antimagnetic, Shockproof, Waterproof'. A high quality 25 jewel caliber 1560 mechanism by Felsa.

Case width 34mm.

£ 245 (US$ 312) (Euro 279)

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83.

1929 JW BENSON TONNEAU CASED SILVER WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1929 JW Benson Chronometer wristwatch. A silvered dial with guilloche effect finish, black Arabic numerals to the outer and subsidiary seconds dial. A tonneau style solid Silver case with Edinburgh import marks to the back. A high quality 15 jewel caliber Swiss made mechanism.

Case width 26mm.

Case height 38mm.

£ 495 (US$ 629) (Euro 564)

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84.

1960s ORIS GOLD PLATED WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1960s Oris wristwatch. A gold plated case with a screw down stainless steel back, marked 'Oris, Anti magnetic, Waterproof, Stainless steel back'. A silvered dial with arrowhead markers and a date aperture to 3 o'clock. A 17 jewel manual wind caliber 314 KIF mechanism by Oris. Circa 1960s.

Case width 35mm

SOLD

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85.

1917 SILVER CUSHION CASED WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1917 silver cushion cased wristwatch. A black dial with white Arabic numerals and a subsidiary seconds dial to 6 o’clock. A good quality 15 jewel Swiss made mechanism. A large three piece silver case with London import marks for 1917.

Case width 32mm

 

£ 325 (US$ 410) (Euro 363)

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86.

1955 VERTEX CUSHION CASED WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1955 9K gold Vertex 'cushion' cased wristwatch. A two tone silvered dial with raised Arabic numerals, indicated by blued steel 'moon' hands. A 9K gold case signed to the inner 'Vertex, Made in England' by Dennison. A good quality 15 jewel caliber 59 manual wind mechanism by Vertex Revue. Birmingham gold hallmarks date this watch to 1955.

Case width 31mm

 

£ 365 (US$ 462) (Euro 411)

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87.

1930 9K GOLD JW BENSON WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1930 9K gold JW Benson trench style wristwatch. An enamel dial with Roman numerals and a subsidiary seconds dial to 6 o’clock, signed JW Benson. A good quality 15 jewel Swiss made mechanism. A large 9K gold case bearing Glasgow import marks for circa 1930.

Case width 33mm

 

£ 475 (US$ 603) (Euro 537)

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88.

1929 9K GOLD 'CUSHION' CASED WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1929 9K gold 'cushion' cased wristwatch. A silvered dial with raised gilt Arabic numerals and dot minute markers. A 9K gold two piece case made by Dennison in England. A good quality 15 jewel Swiss made manual wind mechanism. Birmingham gold hallmarks date this watch to 1929.

Case width 31mm

 

£ 425 (US$ 540) (Euro 479)

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89.

LARGE GUN METAL TRENCH WATCH

Watches

A 1920s gun metal 'trench' style wristwatch. An unusually large case, with screw down bezel and fixed bar lugs. An enamel dial with large Arabic numerals and a red 12, indicated by 'cathedral' hands. A manual wind Swiss made mechanism numbered 967530 and marked 'patent depose'. Circa 1920s.

Case width 38mm

 

£ 425 (US$ 540) (Euro 479)

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90.

 

1970 BULOVA AMBASSADOR 9K GOLD WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1970 Bulova Ambassador wristwatch. Gilt dial, baton markers and hands. A 9K gold Swiss made case marked Bulova showing London import marks. Case reference 779-1. An automatic 23 jewel caliber 11 ANAC mechanism by Bulova. This watch comes with the original box and gold plated buckle.

Case width 33mm

£ 435 (US$ 570) (Euro 496)

 

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MILITARY WRISTWATCH SECTION

M70.

LONGINES 'DIRTY DOZEN' WRISTWATCH

Watches

A Longines 'Dirty Dozen' British Military issue wristwatch. A black dial with Arabic numerals and lume dot markers, with original 'cathedral' hands. The case and dial are both marked with the broad arrow, signifying this watch was issued by the MOD. A stainless steel case with stepped edges. A 15 jewel manual wind caliber 12.68Z mechanism signed Longines. These watches are often incorrectly described as a 'Greenlander', based on the fact they were thought to have been taken on the British North Greenland Expeditions of 1952-54. The production run of these watches is estimated to be around 8000. Circa 1945.

Case width 38mm

 

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M71.

RECORD 'DIRTY DOZEN' WRISTWATCH

Watches

A Record 'Dirty Dozen' British Military issue wristwatch. A black dial with Arabic numerals and lume dot markers, designed to be highly legible. The case and dial are both marked with the broad arrow, signifying this watch was issued by the MOD. A 15 jewel manual wind caliber 022K mechanism signed Record. The production run of these watches is estimated to be around 25000. Circa 1945

Case width 35mm

 

£ 1350 (US$ 1782) (Euro 1527)

 

 

 

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M72.

BRITISH MILITARY ISSUE ATP WRISTWATCH

Watches

This is a British Military issue ATP wristwatch. A stainless steel case, marked ATP 97309 with reissue numbering of 242116. A 15 jewel mechanism marked with caliber number 37.

Case Width 30 mm Height including lugs 35 mm

£ 225 (US$ 295) (Euro 257)

 

 

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M73.

RECORD 'DIRTY DOZEN' wristwatch

Watches

A Record 'Dirty Dozen' British Military issue wristwatch. A black dial with Arabic numerals and lume dot and line markers with subsidiary seconds. The case and dial are both marked with the broad arrow, signifying this watch was issued by the MOD. A 15 jewel manual wind caliber 022K mechanism signed Record. Case ref 550406, L32559. Circa 1945. The production run of these watches is estimated to be around 25000.

Case width 36mm

 

£ 1375 (US$ 1810) (Euro 1541)

 

 

 

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M74.

 

WW2 KRIEGSMARINE, GERMAN NAVY WRISTWATCH

Watches

A German Kriegsmarine 586 wristwatch by Alpina. A base metal case with chrome plating and a steel case back. A silvered dial with lume dot numerals and a subsidiary seconds dial to 6 o'clock, signed 'K.M 586'. Case back inner marked 'Alpina, Edelstahl Boden'. A manual wind mechanism signed Alpina 586. Circa 1940.

Case width 31 mm.

£ 425 (US$ 546) (Euro 476)

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M75.

VERTEX 'DIRTY DOZEN' BRITISH MILITARY WRISTWATCH

Watches

A Vertex 'Dirty Dozen' British Military issue wristwatch. A black dial with Arabic numerals and lume dot and line markers with subsidiary seconds. The case and dial are both marked with the broad arrow, signifying this watch was issued by the MOD. A 15 jewel manual wind caliber 59 mechanism signed Vertex. The production run of these watches is estimated to be around 15000. Circa 1945.

Case width 36mm

 

£ 1325 (US$ 1706) (Euro 1510)

 

 

 

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M76.

RECORD 'DIRTY DOZEN' wristwatch

Watches

A Record 'Dirty Dozen' British Military issue wristwatch. A black dial with Arabic numerals and lume dot and line markers with subsidiary seconds. The case and dial are both marked with the broad arrow, signifying this watch was issued by the MOD. A 15 jewel manual wind caliber 022K mechanism signed Record. Case ref 5511080, L33233. Circa 1945. The production run of these watches is estimated to be around 25000.

Case width 36mm

 

£ 1250 (US$ 1603) (Euro 1412)

 

 

 

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M77.

BUREN 'DIRTY DOZEN' BRITISH MILITARYWRISTWATCH

Watches

A Buren 'Dirty Dozen' British Military issue wristwatch. A black dial with Arabic numerals and lume dot with subsidiary seconds and 'sword and shield' luminous hands. The case and dial are both marked with the broad arrow, signifying this watch was issued by the MOD. A 15 jewel manual wind mechanism signed 'Buren Grand Prix', double protected by an inner cover. Circa 1945. The production run of these watches is estimated to be around 11000.

Case width 36mm

£ 1275 (US$ 1639) (Euro 1453)

 

 

 

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M78.

1943 ELGIN US MILITARY WATCH

Watches

A 1943 Elgin US military ORD DEPT wristwatch. Case back signed to the inner 'Wadsworth, base metal'. A black dial with Arabic numerals to the inner and seconds dial to the outer. A 15 jewel Elgin caliber 539 manual wind mechanism with hacking feature. The mechanism is covered by the original anti magnetic cover. Serial numbers date this watch to 1943.

Case width 31 mm.

 

£ 395 (US$ 503) (Euro 450)

 

 

 

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M79.

1953 OMEGA 'FAT ARROW' r.a.f WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1953 Omega 'Fat Arrow' R.A.F issue chronometer wristwatch. A very rare military wristwatch in great condition. There were approximately 5900 of these watches issued to R.A.F pilots and officers in a span of just one year, 1953. The lume on the dial was originally made using a substance called Radium, which turned out to be radioactive when stored in large quantities. The Ministry Of Defense recalled these watches to change the substance on the dial to Tritium, indicated by the 'T' in a circle underneath the Omega logo. These watches are identified by the 'fat arrow' instead of the normal thin arrow which is found on most British military watches. The watch is complete with the original inner anti-magnetic cover, which was needed to protect the mechanism from any magentic interference the watch may come into contact with and to preserve timekeeping. Case back is marked with a broad arrow, NATO codes and batch/order numbers.

Case width 37mm

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M80.

WW2 GERMAN MILITARY DOGMA WRISTWATCH

Watches

A WW2 Dogma 'Wehrmacht' German Military wristwatch. A black dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds. A steel case back with issue number and marked with the D German military mark. An AS 1130 manual wind mechanism signed Dogma.

Case width 33mm

 

£ 465 (US$ 598) (Euro 533)

 

 

 

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M81.

1943 WALTHAM ORD DEPT WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1943 Waltham US military ORD DEPT wristwatch. A stainless steel case back signed to the inner 'star watch case co, model 1917'. A black dial with Arabic numerals to the inner and seconds dial to the outer. A 16 jewel Waltham caliber 6/0 - B manual wind mechanism with hacking feature. The mechanism is covered by the original anti magnetic cover. Serial numbers date this watch to 1943.

Case width 31 mm.

 

£ 425 (US$ 598) (Euro 533)

 

 

 

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M82.

1942 LONGINES MILITARY PILOTS WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1942 Longines Military pilots wristwatch. A base metal central case, with a stainless steel case back lacking official markings. Case back inner marked '73 Longines 1' and '22081 72'. A white dial with Arabic numerals and blued steel hands. A high quality 16 jewel manual wind Longines 12.68N mechanism. Unfortunately some military watches of this period had their markings removed, so as to avoid persecution. The case, mechanism and design all point towards this watch being a military piece with markings removed.

Case width 32mm

£ 695 (US$ 911) (Euro 793)

 

 

 

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M83.

VERTEX 'DIRTY DOZEN' wristwatch

Watches

A Vertex 'Dirty Dozen' British Military issue wristwatch. A black dial with Arabic numerals and lume dot and line markers with subsidiary seconds. The case and dial are both marked with the broad arrow, signifying this watch was issued by the MOD. A 15 jewel manual wind caliber 59 mechanism signed Vertex. The production run of these watches is estimated to be around 15000. Circa 1945.

Case width 36mm

 

£ 1250 (US$ 1644) (Euro 1421)

 

 

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M84.

TIMOR 'DIRTY DOZEN' wristwatch

Watches

A Timor 'Dirty Dozen' British Military issue wristwatch. A black dial with Arabic numerals and lume dot and line markers with subsidiary seconds. The case and dial are both marked with the broad arrow, signifying this watch was issued by the MOD. A 15 jewel manual wind caliber 6060 mechanism signed Timor. The production run of these watches is estimated to be around 13000. Circa 1945.

Case width 36mm

 

£ 1425 (US$ 1809) (Euro 1599)

 

 

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M85.

OMEGA WW2 'DIRTY DOZEN' wristwatch

Watches

An Omega 'Dirty Dozen' British Military issue wristwatch. A black dial with Arabic numerals and lume dot and line markers with subsidiary seconds with 'sword and shield' hands. The case and dial are both marked with the broad arrow, signifying this watch was issued by the MOD. A manual wind caliber 30T2 mechanism signed Omega. Serial number 10200395 dating it to circa 1944. The production run of these watches is estimated to be around 25000.

Case width 36mm

 

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M86.

1942 WALTHAM US MILITARY TYPE A11 WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1942 Waltham US military type A11 wristwatch. Case back signed 'Type A11' and various other issue numbers and specifications. Case back signed to the inner 'Keystone'. A black dial with Arabic numerals to the inner and seconds dial to the outer. A 16 jewel Waltham Premier caliber 6/0 - 42 manual wind mechanism with hacking feature. Serial numbers date this watch to 1942.

Case width 31 mm.

 

£ 395 (US$ 503) (Euro 451)

 

 

 

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M87.

1950s BELGIAN MILITARY WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1950s Belgian Military wristwatch. A stainless steel case with screw down case back, inner signed 'National Watch Swiss'. A silvered dial with Arabic numerals signed 'National Watch AB-BL' standing for Armee Belge Belgisch Leger. A 15 jewel Swiss made mechanism signed National.

Case width 31mm

£ 215 (US$ 274) (Euro 245)

 

 

 

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M88.

RECORD 'DIRTY DOZEN' BRITISH MILITARY WRISTWATCH

Watches

A Record 'Dirty Dozen' British Military issue wristwatch. A black dial with Arabic numerals and lume dot markers, designed to be highly legible. The case and dial are both marked with the broad arrow, signifying this watch was issued by the MOD. A 15 jewel manual wind caliber 022K mechanism signed Record. The production run of these watches is estimated to be around 25000. Circa 1945

Case width 35mm

£ 1150 (US$ 1451) (Euro 1299)

 

 

 

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M89.

RECORD 'DIRTY DOZEN' BRITISH MILITARY WRISTWATCH

Watches

 

A Record 'Dirty Dozen' British Military issue wristwatch. A black dial with Arabic numerals and lume dot markers, designed to be highly legible. The case and dial are both marked with the broad arrow, signifying this watch was issued by the MOD. A 15 jewel manual wind caliber 022K mechanism signed Record. The production run of these watches is estimated to be around 25000. Circa 1945

Case width 35mm

£ 1050 (US$ 1325) (Euro 1186)

 

 

 

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M90.

BRITISH MILITARY LEMANIA ATP WRISTWATCH

Watches

A British Military issue Lemania ATP wristwatch. An off white dial with black Arabic numerals and hollow numerals to the outer. A stainless steel case with fixed bar lugs and screw down case back. A 15 jewel caliber A 27 Swiss made mechanism. Case back marked 'non magnetic, waterproof, Swiss' surrounding the British Military broad arrow and Q6248. Circa 1950s.

Case width 31mm

SOLD

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M91.

WW2 GERMAN MILITARY ZENTRA WRISTWATCH

Watches

A WW2 Zentra 'Wehrmacht' German Military wristwatch. A black dial with Arabic numerals, signed Incabloc around the subsidiary seconds dial. A steel case back with issue number and marked with the D German military mark. A Zentra 344 manual wind mechanism signed Zentra.

Case width 33mm


£ 525 (US$ 668) (Euro 592)

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Ladies Wristwatches Section


1.

18K GOLD JAEGER LE COULTRE ODYSSEUS

Watches

An 18K gold Jaeger Le Coultre Odysseus wristwatch. An 18K gold case marked to the back 'Jaeger Le Coultre Odysseus no.427'. A signed quartz mechanism. A white dial with gold batons and Roman numerals. This watch dates to he mid 1990's.

Case width 23cm

£ 895 (US$ 1156) (Euro 1002)

 

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2.

1983 LADIES ROLEX CELLINI

Watches

A ladies 18K gold Rolex Cellini. A slim 18K gold case with hour/minute indentations around the bezel. Rolex winding crown and strap buckle. A two tone burgundy dial with 3 diamonds set at quarter intervals. A manual winding Rolex movement. Original box and papers, including guarantee from 1983.

Case width 25mm.

£ 2250 (US$ 282) (Euro 2575)

 

 

 

 

 

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3.

 

1968 9K GOLD OMEGA BRACELET WATCH

Watches

A 1968 9K gold Omega bracelet wristwatch. A silvered dial with sunburst effect, with gilt batons to the hours and black batons to the quarters. A textured effect integral bracelet with Omega double lock clasp. Original Omega winding crown. A 17 jewel manual wind caliber 484 mechanism by Omega. Serial numbers date this watch to 1968. This watch comes complete with the original Omega box.

Case width 16mm.

 

£ 625 (US$ 814) (Euro 728)

 

 

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1962 9K GOLD OMEGA BRACELET WATCH

Watches

A 1962 9K gold Omega bracelet wristwatch. A gilt coloured dial with brushed effect and gilt batons. An integral bracelet with Omega double lock clasp. Original Omega winding crown. A 17 jewel manual wind caliber 620 mechanism by Omega. Serial numbers date this watch to 1962. This watch comes complete with the original Omega box.

Case width 19mm.

 

£ 595 (US$ 775) (Euro 693)

 

 

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1971 OMEGA DE VILLE WRISTWATCH

Watches

A 1971 Omega De Ville wristwatch. A silvered dial with gilt batons and black batons to the quarters. A gold plated case with original winding crown and champfered lugs. A good quality 17 jewel caliber 620 Omega manual wind wristwatch. Case reference 511.215

Case width 24mm

£ 325 (US$ 413) (Euro 366)

 

 

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1960 LADIES 9K GOLD OMEGA WATCH

Watches

A 1960 Ladies Omega wristwatch is 9k gold. A gilt dial with gilt hands and baton markers. A gold plated expanding strap. A calibre c620 manual wind mechanism with 17 jewels. Serial numbers date this watch to 1960.

Case Width 19mm

 

£ 295 (US$ 374) (Euro 334)

 

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7.

c.2005 LADIES CARTIER SANTOS GALBEE AUTOMATIC Watches

 

 

A circa 2005 ladies Cartier Santos Galbee automatic wristwatch. A steel and 18K gold case with cabouchon jewel winding crown. A white dial with Roman numerals and sweep seconds. Fully serviced with letter from Cartier in October 2018.

Case Width 28 mm including winder.

 

£ 1675 (US$ 2128) (Euro1892)

 

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18K GOLD MAPPIN & WEBB WRISTWATCH, WITH TIGERS EYE DIAL Watches

An 18K gold Mappin & Webb 'tank' style wristwatch. A rare and unusual Tigers Eye gemstone dial, with gilt centre and Roman numerals to the quarters. An 18K gold case with stepped edges and a Sapphire cabouchon winding crown. A good quality 17 jewel manual wind mechanism. This watch comes complete with its original winding crown, signed leather strap and signed buckle. Circa 1990s.

Case Width 27mm

 

£ 575 (US$ 648) (Euro 723)

 

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1944 LONGINES PINK DIAL WRISTWATCH

Watches

 

A 1944 Longines wristwatch. A 10K gold filled case with extended lugs and a curved front, signed to the inner ‘cased and timed in the USA by Longines’. A pink dial with gilt Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial to 6 o’clock. A good quality 17 jewel caliber 8LN mechanism by Longines, stamped to the backplate LXW. Serial numbers date this watch to circa 1944.

Case height 36mm

Case width 21mm

£ 395 (US$ 497) (Euro 445)

 

 

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Ladies Cocktail Watch Section


10.

SILVER AND MARCASITE COCKTAIL WATCH

Watches

A 1930 Silver and Marcasite cocktail watch. An ornate silver case with Art Deco style lugs and engraving to the sides. A good quality integral mesh strap in silver. Silvered dial with black Arabic numerals and inner minute ring. A 17 jewel Swiss made mechanism by Roamer. London import marks date this watch to c1930.

Case height including lugs 56mm

Case width 17mm

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LADIES PLATINUM & DIAMOND COCKTAIL WATCH

Watches

A good quality ladies vintage platinum cocktail watch. 24 set diamonds to the platinum case. A 17 Jewel lever escapement Swiss mechanism by 'Raymond Watch Company'. The original silvered dial and hands. A leather strap. Circa 1930.

Case width 16 mm.

£ 325 (US$ 412) (Euro 368)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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12.

 

LADIES PLATINUM & DIAMOND COCKTAIL WATCH

Watches

A good quality ladies vintage platinum coktail watch. 34 set diamonds to the platinum case. A lever escapement Swiss mechanism, case marked 'London PWC'. A 9K white gold original strap with slight tear but quite solid. A well engraved case with an original carbouchon set winder. The original silvered dial and hands. Circa 1930.

Case width 16 mm.

£ 495 (US$ 622) (Euro 558)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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