1939 Hamilton Otis Reverso
If you're looking at this watch you probably know it is a unicorn
among Hamilton wristwatches. The reverso was made for 3
years, 1939-41, with the earliest examples being the rarest of the
lot. This is one of the 1939 models with the rarer 980 movement.
Most of these will have a redone dial and worst of all, an
inscription on the case. This Otis is all original including the finish
on the dial and case. The remarkable thing is the case has never
been engraved. Hope you enjoy!
item ho-1 $2195.00
|Longines 350 Automatic
The Longines 350 took the evolution of a thin automatic watch to
new refinements for the Longines. The movements are super high
quality and in my opinion, offer more intricate design elements than
today's rubber stamp ETA movements. At a minimum, the design is
very clever. A real joy to work on. The large balance is a 3 spoke
glucydur with no screws. The rotor is eccentric and uses ball
bearings for durability and reliability. The snap back SS case is in
excellent condition , as is the original finish Longines dial. The
watch was recently disassembled, cleaned, reassembled and then
timed. That alone is a 250.00 value. It's ready to rock and roll!
item lg-01 $595.00
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|Nicolet WWII Era Column Wheel Chronograph
Here is a top grade landeron 39 chronograph form
the 1940's. NIcolet watches were no frills all business
for the most part. This is one of their more unusual
watches in that it has blue steeled hands and a
gorgeous copper dial. It is also quite large and tips
the calipers at 38mm.
item cd- 52 $695.00
Tag Heuer Aquaracer
Here is a large 44mm Tag Heuer Dive Watch. The CAF1010 is
complete with both boxes, warranty card, and all the bracelet links.
The certified Chronometer is an amazing time piece and will surly
draw many compliments.
item th-01 $895.00
|Gruen 12/24 Hour Pilots Watch
Here is a very rare watch and it is neat. The
watch was made in conjunction with the
airlines for pilots. This particular watch was a
presentation watch to a retiring pilot. The
12-24 dial is one of the neatest and useful
functions for a watch. At noon the hour
markers change to 13-24 and that is the
verbage pilots use to communicate.
item gd-01 $995.00
|Rare 18K Omega Seamaster Watch
Vintage early 1957 Omega Seamaster. The Omega caliber 471 in an
18k case is rare to begin with. Add to it an original finish glossy black
dial with raised arrowhead markers, and you have a truly rare, highly
collectible watch. The 471 replaced all the bumper wind movements
and was the springboard to the 500 series of movements.To this
day, the 500 series is regarded by some to be the best movements
Omega made and one of the top 5 of all time for any company.
One similar to this, but without a Black dial sold at Christies Auction
for over 5k recently.
item o-54 $2795.00
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