The Wittnauer Co. had a longstanding relationship with Longines that endured until 1936. We think that the brand is one that is often overlooked, but this is a big mistake because they made very nice watches like the one we are offering here. The Wittnauer family sold their interests in 1936 and the brand was renamed the Longines-Wittnauer Co., a name that became so burnished in the public lexicon, that most people assume Longines and Wittnauer watches are one and the same. In fact, they produced different movements that were very individual to their brand. Wittnauer was a Swiss company that made very nice watches, and this one is no exception. It is a seventeen jewel, round case with tapered lugs. The 10K solid gold case measures 31 mm in width (without the crown), by 36mm lug to lug, by 11 mm thick (including the crystal). It takes a 18 mm band and we have fitted it with a very nice black croco grain beauty. The dial is a "Pie Pan" shape with its original finish and great patina. It flares down at the chapters giving it two surfaces to catch the light at different angles. The Arabic numerals are applied gold that stand proud of the silvered dial surface. The gold dagger hands complete the look. Made in 1950, it exemplifies the age. Our watchmakers have it well within factory specs so that it winds, runs, and keeps time just as it did circa 1950. Our one year warranty will assure you of years of reliable service.

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Price: $895
Year: 1950
SKU: w1696
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Movado is a Swiss manufacturer known for its Museum Watch. Designed in 1947 by Bauhaus-influenced artist Nathan George Horwitt, the watch dial has a very simple design where the dial is defined by a solitary dot at 12, symbolizing the sun at high noon, but Movado also made some very nice solid gold dress watches that are of superior quality...this is one of those. It is an 18k Solid Gold, gentleman's wristwatch that is "Chronometer" rated, indicating that it has passed rigid standards for accuracy. It is, in fact, at the pinnacle of mechanical watches in a world where few qualify for this mark.

Some Movado watch models have Esperanto names such as Bela ("beautiful"), Belamodo ("beautiful fashion"), Fiero ("pride"), Brila ("brilliant"), Linio ("line"), and Verto. The company's name means "movement" in Esperanto. 

This Movado has the high grade, 28 jewel "Kingmatic" movement with the model name just above the 6 o'clock position indicating that it is an automatic (self-winding) watch.    The case, which measures 34 mm in diameter (not including the crown), by 40 mm lug to lug, by 9.5 mm thick (including the crystal), is 18k solid gold which is a beauty to behold...it is a very handsome watch! To gild the lily, we have fitted it with a luxurious medium brown genuine lizard band that really suites it. Here is a solid gold watch, in a nice size case that is a top quality performer for a very reasonable price when you compare modern watches of the same quality but at twice the price. Our one year warranty will allow you to buy with confidence.

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Price: $2850
Year: 1954
SKU: w616
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By the 1940s the Swiss firm of Bulova had really established it self as a powerhouse in the American Watch Market. They did this through the application of quality at a great price point and backed it up with worldwide service and parts availability. Today, many of these great watches survive and we can restore them with the original parts that still exist. This rectangular Bulova was at the cutting edge of style circa 1945. It is a 21 jewel (caliber 8 AE), in a yellow gold-filled case that measures 22 mm wide, by 36 mm lug to lug, by 9 mm thick (including the cylinder crystal). We have fitted it with a dark brown genuine lizard band that goes very well with this watch. The original finish dial is in great shape, with a nice patina, displaying Arabic numerals at the 12, the 3, and the 9, while the six o'clock position is occupied by the seconds bit with gold slash markers at all the other chapters. This is a very nice watch for very little dough and our head watchmaker has it winding, setting and keeping time just the way Bulova intended. While it was originally intended as a  gentleman's watch, it is of a size that would look great on a lady's wrist, as well.

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Price: $495
Year: 1945
SKU: w1740
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Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you the Hamilton "Coronado" an iconic American wristwatch from the Art Deco period, circa 1929. There is no more sought after 14K solid White Gold Hamilton dress watch than this one. Hamilton produced three similar watches at that time, the "Spur", the "Piping Rock", and the "Coronado". The "Coronado" is the largest and the hardest to find, especially in great condition. This is the nicest one we have ever had in white gold and it still has the original finish (with great patina) on the dial (very rare)! The dial displays a minute track that follows the tonneau shape of the case and bezel, while the seconds bit mimics the overall configuration. Production was very low at 2407 pieces and no one knows how many survive today, but I can tell you it is a very low number. Our "Coronado" is in great condition, showing only very minor wear and a very slight blemish on the black enamel which is inlaid in the bezel. And what a bezel it is! I think that it really gives you a graphic picture of the height of style for a gentleman circa 1929. We Americans needed that kind of uplifting stylistic vision with what was to come when the stock market crashed later that year. This may be the reason that not too many of these wonderful watches were produced with funds being short. The stylized "Art Deco" white gold numerals surround the dial with great panache. It is all original and the articulated lugs are not showing any signs of damage common to this model when abused. The 14K solid white gold case measures 28mm wide by 42mm long by 9mm thick (including the crystal). The 19 jewel, 979-F movement is winding, setting, and keeping time just as it did when it came from the Hamilton factory back in 1929. Our head watchmaker has just finished its restoration and it has a perfect pattern on our timing machine. Make sure you notice the original Blued Steel Hands they are wonderful.  All this is great but the icing on the cake is the fact that we also have the original box and papers (super rare). We have only had two of these White Gold "Coronado" watches after being in the business for over 38 years and this one is by far the best example we have ever had the pleasure to own. Our one year parts and labor warranty assures you a trouble-free purchase. Talk about a fabulous "Art Deco" watch...this "Coronado" can be yours! 

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Price: $4750
Year: 1929
SKU: w2996
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Talk about a stunning Tonneau case...this Bulova (Swiss) has it all...hands down! The creamy, original finish dial is surrounded by a curved bezel bezel that has a great engraved foliate design on the gold-filled case. It measures 25 mm (not including the crown) by 37 mm lug to lug (an American quarter measures 26 mm in diameter) by 9 mm thick (including the crystal). This was a standard gentleman's size watch circa 1941 but today it is a size that would suit a lady as well. If this watch does elicit another look from your friends then I'll be surprised. It is a real winner! The 17 jewel movement is in fantastic condition and is winding, setting, and keeping time just as it did when it left the Bulova factory. If you want an affordable watch that is not ostentatious but attractive none-the-less then this may be the watch for you. The yellow gold-filled and stainless (back) are in great shape and, when coupled with the dial on this one, it is unbeatable! We have paired it with a black croco grain band which really sets off the watch in a very elegant way. Remember all of our watches come with our famous one year warranty for parts and labor so that you may buy with confidence! 

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Price: $450
Year: 1941
SKU: w1983
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Elgin was the largest producer of timepieces in America and they were in business for 100 years at the factory in Elgin, Illinois. They produced a wonderful line of clocks, pocket watches, and wristwatches, many of which are still in use today. This is not only a testament to their technical prowess, but also to their classic styling. This particular gentleman's Elgin is the "DeLuxe," as you can see from the name on the dial. This one is quite elegant, not only because of its silvered dial and stylized gold numerals at the even chapters, but also because of the way the case embraces the movement. It is a 17 jewel (caliber 682) movement in a 10k yellow gold-filled case, sporting a seconds bit at the 6 o'clock position, the shape of which mimics the overall square case shape. The case measures 25mm in width (not including the crown) by 36mm lug-to-lug by 9mm thick (including the crystal). Make sure you see the side view of the case to see how interesting it is. It also has the "Durapower" logo just beneath the 12 o'clock. We have fitted it with a dark brown, lizard grain band to complete the look. The watch is in wonderful condition and is a size that can easily be worn by a man or a woman. Our head watchmaker has it running like the day it was made back in 1952. Our one year warranty for parts and labor will give you the confidence to acquire this elegant watch for you or someone you love. 

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Price: $495
Year: 1952
SKU: w1596
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If you were a soldier you relied on your wristwatch to coordinate maneuvers and to make sure you weren't late for mess. It became your constant companion and a device that you could rely on.  As a consequence of hard service, especially during combat, many of these military watches are in bad shape today. but that is not the case here. This amazing Waltham has retained all of its lume and its original black dial finish in perfect order.  The Arabic Numerals and hands have aged to that desirable "coffee color" that all collectors want. The stainless steel case measures 32mm in diameter (not including the crown), by 40mm lug to lug, by 12mm thick (including the crystal).  When you take a gander at the "Zoom-In" photos you can clearly see the ordinance designations on the back of this hearty watch. It is a 17 jewel, type A-17, made circa 1949. The photos of the movement let you see what great condition it is in. No water ingress. No sloppy maintenance, just a clean healthy movement. It is winding, setting, and keeping time just as it did in the late 1940s. If you want a look that not everyone has, this may be the watch for you! Our one year warranty for parts and labor will allow you to buy with peace of mind.

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Price: $1350
Year: 1949
SKU: w2995
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If you haven't heard of Baume & Mercier, a quick check of Wikipedia will tell you...

Baume & Mercier was founded as "Frères Baume" in 1830 by brothers Louis-Victor and Célestin Baume, whom opened the watch dealership in Les Bois, a village in the Swiss Jura. The Swiss watch manufacturer expanded internationally by establishing a branch in London in 1921 under the name "Baume Brothers", which led to expansion throughout the British Empire. By the late 19th century, the company had an established international reputation and its timepieces had set accuracy records and won a number of timekeeping competitions. In 1918, company director William Baume partnered with Paul Mercier to found "Baume & Mercier" in Geneva. The firm became specialized in manufacturing wristwatches, particularly unconventionally "shaped" models that did not possess the traditional round form. In 1919, Baume & Mercier was awarded the Geneva Seal, the highest international distinction of the time for watchmaking excellence. During the Roaring Twenties, the brand embraced women's emancipation. In the 1940s, Baume & Mercier launched a number of modern watch collections, most notably the 2 Register Chronograph. Early examples of this model with the double case backs are rare and highly sought after, often fetching more than double the price of a later model. In the 1970s, Baume & Mercier introduced shaped timepieces such as the Galaxie and Stardust models. In 1973, Baume & Mercier presented the Riviera, one of the world's first steel sports watches.

Today they are part of the Richemont Group.

     We here at Father Time always keep an eye peeled for nice examples of their manufacture and when we find a nice one we grab it!  Such is the case with this very interesting Baum & Mercier military watch made circa 1942. It is "brand new/old stock" meaning that it is in "like-new" condition and was never sold or worn. When you take a look at the "Zoom-In" views, you will see a purple coating of lacquer that was the protective coating put on the back of the watch at the factory before the watch was shipped to the retailer. Somehow, this one escaped being sold and the coating was never removed. This is all the better for us today. The only thing we had to do to restore it to perfect functioning condition was to clean and oil the watch. It is in a stainless steel case that has a solid lug which is an indicator of how it was intended to be used and the time period from which it came. We have the original band, but due to its age, we did not deem it to be a reliable holder for the watch. We will give you the original band (and the original hang tag) along with this modern one we have fitted-up to allow daily use. 

     What makes this watch so interesting, from a vintage perspective, is the wonderful patina on the dial. The lume has mellowed to a perfect "coffee color" in the skelotonized hands and in the dial marker dots. It just looks fantastic. The slate-colored dial is in great condition and the 15 jewel movement is spotless. What a great watch...don't miss it!

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Price: $2895
Year: 1942
SKU: w2994
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Talk about an affordable watch from a great American manufacturer for not much dough....this is it. The American Waltham Watch Company (later Waltham) of Waltham, Mass. was second largest only to Elgin. They didn't produce as many wristwatches as Elgin, but the ones that they produced are really nice. They held forth from 1851 until 1957. In 1946, they made this great looking, white gold-filled, rectangular beauty that has its original dial finish with alternating even Arabic numerals and square markers. There is a seconds bit, which mimics the case shape, at the 6 o'clock position and the blued steel hands are outstanding. The case, which measures 23mm wide, by 35mm lug to lug, by 7mm thick (including the crystal) houses a 17 jewel, caliber 750-B movement that is winding, setting, and keeping time just as it did back in 1946. We have selected a great looking, black, lizard grain band that completes the look perfectly. Make sure you notice the rilled sections between the lugs as these touches give it a very unusual appearance. This entire piece of wrist-art can be yours! Our one year warranty for parts and labor will assure you of years of great service from a very cool watch!

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Price: $850
Year: 1946
SKU: w1609
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This is a Bulova for the purist that wants an early wristwatch in absolutely original cosmetic condition. Despite its ancient appearance, we have fully restored the movement so that it winds, sets, and keeps time just as it did back in 1924. It is a 15 jewel movement in a chrome case, sporting a wonderfully deteriorated dial finish, that has its original lume on the numerals and on the skeltonized hands. The case measures 27mm wide (not including the crown) by 35mm lug-to-lug by 9mm thick (not including the crown). If this one is calling to you, be warned that folks will grab your wrist for a better look and then you will be hit with a stream of curious questions. If you want a different look then this may be the one for you. It's not much dough for a unique look!

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Price: $475
Year: 1924
SKU: w2226
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As you may know Elgin was the largest producer of timepieces in America and they were in business for 100 years at the factory in Elgin, Illinois. They produced a wonderful line of clocks, pocket watches, and wristwatches, many of which are still in use today. This is not only a testament to their technical prowess, but also to their classic styling. This particular gentleman's Elgin is the "DeLuxe," as you can see from the name on the dial. This one is quite elegant, not only because of its silvered dial and stylized gold numerals, but also because of the way the case embraces the movement. It is a 17 jewel (caliber 555) movement in a gold-filled case, sporting a seconds bit at the 6 o'clock position, the shape of which mimics the overall tonneau case shape. The case measures 25mm in width (not including the crown) by 36mm lug-to-lug by 11mm thick (including the domed crystal). We have fitted it with a dark brown croco band to complete the look. The watch is in wonderful condition and is a size that can easily be worn by a man or a woman. Our head watchmaker has it running like the day it was made back in 1945. Our one year warranty for parts and labor will give you the confidence to acquire this elegant watch for you or someone you love.

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Price: $765
Year: 1945
SKU: w2390
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Bulova was a very prolific, Swiss company that made great watches for which there are many parts still available. These were well designed, not only from a cosmetic perspective, but also from an engineering standpoint. This is a really nice watch that, although it was designed for a gentleman's wrist, would look great on a lady's wrist, as well. It is a 17 jewel, in a yellow gold-filled case (stainless steel back), with a two-tone dial, gold (so called) "modern" hands, and a seconds bit at the 6 o'clock position. The case measures 33mm wide (not including the crown) by 36mm lug-to-lug by 9mm thick (including the crystal). This is an early example that has a very distinctive look. It's a very nice, elegant watch that will give you years of service and our one year warranty for parts and labor will give you the confidence you need when purchasing a vintage wristwatch.

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Price: $895
Year: 1935
SKU: w984
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Because of our proximity to the town of Elgin, Illinois, we have ready access to many watches that were purchased in Chicago,the hub for railroad transportation in the 1940s when a lot of freight moved by rail. Sure, Elgins were available all over the USA, but we had a hometown advantage. This proximity also has allowed us to purchase many original Elgin parts over the years from factory employees, local watchmakers, and jewelers, as they went out of business. Consequently, there aren't many that we don't have original parts for and this fact bodes well for the future of many vintage Elgin wristwatches. I think we can safely say that we will be able to service your Elgin for a lifetime. What? You don't have an Elgin? Well then here is a great one for you. It is the Elgin "De Luxe", a seventeen jewel, yellow gold-filled, rectangular watch with tonneau sides. The case measures 22mm wide (not including the crown) by 34mm lug-to-lug by 9mm thick, including the height of the crystal. We have fitted it with a nice, dark brown, smooth leather strap that suits it well. The dial has a beautiful, creamy colored background that has aged perfectly and which provides a nice contrast for the gold applied Arabic numerals. It also has a sunken seconds bit at the 6 o'clock position, whose shape is identical to the shape of the case. Once you look at the photo of the movement in the "Zoom-In" views, you will see what great condition the movement is in. Our head watchmaker tells me that it has a perfect timing pattern on the Vibrograph (the timing machine). Although this is a gentleman's watch it is the perfect size for a lady's wrist. At a price which won't break the bank, it is quite a buy. Don't miss it! Our one year warranty for parts and labor will assure you of great performance for many years to come.

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Price: $450
Year: 1944
SKU: w2339
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The Hamilton Watch Company was founded in 1892, but they didn't produce their first watch until 1893. The first watch was designed by one of the companies founding members, H.J. Cain. Their pocket watches commanded immediate respect and became prominent timepieces for railroad engineers as well as the general public. The "Broadway Limited" was introduced in their first year of business! These watches were so respected that they became the official watch of the American Expeditionary Forces world-wide! A special wristwatch version was made and supplied General Pershing and his men in WWI. Admiral Byrd relied on the same watch on both his Arctic and Antarctic expeditions. Auguste Piccard used a Hamilton timepiece on his balloon ascent into the stratosphere in the early 1930s. The first American to summit Mount Everest, Jim Whittaker, was wearing a Hamilton in 1963! Suffice it to say, Hamilton made the best American Watches, bar none! This particular Hamilton "Martin" was made circa 1941 and was a very popular model made in gold-filled. How many survive today is anyone's guess. The "Martin" is a seventeen jewel Hamilton, grade 897-A, which is as clean as a whistle, and was one of Hamilton's finest grades for that time period. The yellow gold-filled case measures 26mm at its widest by 9mm thick by 34mm lug-to-lug. The beautifully silvered dial has gold-applied Arabic numerals that really stand out. The seconds bit echoes the case shape and the gold dagger hands finish the look.  It also has an unusual lug cap that gives it a distinctive appearance. The case back is engraved "Ben 2/12/42". We have fitted it with a very nice black leather, matte finish strap, so that it will grace your wrist with style. With a Hamilton "Martin" on your wrist, you can feel just like "Citizen Kane". Our one year warranty for parts and labor will assure you this "Martin" is in great running condition as are all of our timepieces.

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Price: $560
Year: 1941
SKU: w1865
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Elgin was the largest maker of watches in the world and they were in close proximity to where we are in Chicago. This is probably one of the reasons that we see so many of their watches. You probably know that their watches were wonderfully engineered and very reliable. There are many, many parts still available to restore any watch in their line. This bodes well for keeping these watches running for generations. This particular Elgin was made in 1954 and, even back then, it was an unusual watch. It has what we call "hooded lugs," meaning that the portion of the case that stretches between the lugs somewhat obscures the end of the band, thereby creating an integrated look. The whole configuration on this Elgin is quite elegant. Notice how interesting the dial is with unique markings at the 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock positions. It also has a seconds bit at the 6 o'clock position. The yellow gold-filled case measures 21mm in width by 35mm lug to lug, with a thickness of 10mm. The case houses a 17 jewel movement that is as clean as a whistle. The white dial is a beauty with a faint patina (indicating its age). We have fitted it with a very nice black 18mm lizard grain band to complete the look. Our head watchmaker has it winding, setting, and keeping time like the day it was made and our one year warranty for parts and labor will allow you to buy with confidence.

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Price: $495
Year: 1955
SKU: w1240
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You probably know by now that Elgin was the giant in the watch industry in America and that their product was superior to most of the Swiss imports that were flooding the market back in the early 1950s. The Lord Elgin was their best watch, and this one is a 21 jewel workhorse with a "Durapower Unbreakable Mainspring". This was quite the technical advantage at that time and a wonderful thing for us to have today. This is a very handsome, rectangular watch that will look great and perform beautifully for generations to come because it was well made and well cared for over its life. We have learned from the engraving on the back of the watch that Mr. George Boivin received this watch in 1953 from his friends at the I.C. (probably the Illinois Central Railroad) and no doubt he cherished it as the very special gift it was. The yellow gold-filled case measures 23mm in width by 38mm lug-to-lug by 10mm thick (including the crystal). The dial has aged beautifully to a light coffee color which is indicative of perfect aging and makes for a wonderful vintage look.  Make sure you look at the photos of the movement (in the "Zoom-In" views) and you can tell that it is spotless. Here's a great watch for very little dough that is in great shape...don't miss it! Our one year warranty will allow you to buy with wild abandon!

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Price: $695
Year: 1951
SKU: w2447
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Elgin produced watches in Elgin, Illinois (a Chicago suburb), for over 100 years. They were the largest and most prolific of the American manufacturers and the "Lord Elgin" was their premier product. It was produced in 19, 21, and 23 jewels. This particular Elgin is a 21 jewel beauty that is very cool watch in more ways than one. First the 21 jewel movement is a thing of mechanical beauty. Second, the original cream colored dial has a great patina due to age. Third, the stylized Roman numeral "12" is very unusual with alternating arrowhead markers and squares. Lastly, the swooping lugs and domed crystal are very handsome. If you take a look at the "Zoom-In" photos you can see a slight pitting of the dial, due to age - a sure sign that it is original. This gives the watch a very vintage look. You will also notice that there is a symbol just below the Elgin name and this means the watch is fitted with an unbreakable "Durapower" mainspring...quite a feat back in the day. The seconds hand revolves once a minute and the shape of the seconds bit mimics the shape of the case. In short, this is one killer wristwatch from the late 1940s. The case is yellow gold-filled, measuring 21mm in width by 35mm lug to lug by 10mm thick (including crystal) and it is running like the proverbial top. This handsome timepiece is in fantastic, original condition and just waiting for a wrist to adorn. Remember all of our timepieces come with our famous one year warranty for parts and labor, so that you may buy with confidence.

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Price: $650
Year: 1946
SKU: w2316
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This Bulova is one of the early 1940s watches that became so popular with the American public due to their rectangular elegance and great reliability. The yellow gold-filled case measures 36mm lug-to-lug by, 21mm in width, and 9mm thick. It is a seventeen jewel, Swiss movement that runs, sets, and keeps time beautifully. This particular model has what are called "Hooded Lugs" where the band disappears under a hood that connects over the tops of the lugs. It is a size that can be easily worn by either a man or a woman, although it was originally a man's watch. This smaller configuration was perfect for wearing under a dress shirt for your office job. The creamy dial has applied Arabic numerals at the 12, 3, and 9 is quite different. The other chapters have elongated "arrowhead" markers and finally a seconds bit just above the six o'clock position. We have fitted it with a dark brown lizard grain band for the ultimate in elegant accessories. Our one year warranty for parts and labor will allow you to buy with confidence that this watch will perform just as it should!

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Price: $750
Year: 1947
SKU: w2383
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Are you new to collecting vintage wristwatches and are afraid of making a mistake? Or perhaps you just want to get an entry level watch to try out the idea? This may be the watch for you. Our extensive and exhaustive restoration process for all of our timepieces takes quite a bit of bench time from one of our master watch makers and we know from experience that it costs about $750.00 minimum to put a watch through the process. This does not include the cost of purchasing the watch nor putting on a nice band. So, when you see that our price on this one is at the benchmark minimum, you can be assured that it is a real bargain. Sure it has some dial deterioration, but it is all original and it contains a nice Swiss, 17 jewel movement that is housed in a stainless steel case that measures 32mm in diameter (not including the crown) by 40mm lug to lug by 8mm thick (including the crystal). The case back screws down, a sign that it is well-sealed against moisture and dust. The "Incabloc" notation on the dial lets you know that it has "Kif" springs in the cap jewel settings that give it a little shock resistance. Its dial design is unusual and the case and movement are in fine, running condition. You might purchase this one to try out the idea and then later trade-up when you feel more comfortable in the vintage field. This is a watch to cut your teeth on as you enjoy, and come to love, wind-up watches. You can't beat the price for a fully-restored and warrantied Swiss manual-wind wristwatch!

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Price: $750
Year: 1963
SKU: w2444
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Occasionally we are fortunate enough to own a great example of a vintage watch for a second time. Such is the case here. One of our valued clients purchased this watch many years ago and has taken great care of it during all the intervening years...until now. Loving adoration cannot even describe how well the watch was cared for.  It is a Rolex "Oyster" Precision with a fantastic "California Dial" of half Arabic and half Roman numerals, against a rose gold dial that is to die for. Not only is the dial wonderful, but it sports original "Mercedes" hands whose lume has gracefully aged to the mellow color you can see in the photos. The red central sweep second hand is the icing on the cake. Take a look at the "Zoom-In" photos to see how nice the stainless steel case is and you may notice that it has its original Rolex logo marked crown. The case measures 32mm in diameter (not including the crown) by 38mm lug-to-lug by 11mm thick (including the crystal). This handsome appearance is only eclipsed by the condition of the movement - it is spotless! As you can tell from the photos, it is just spectacular and our head watchmaker has it winding, setting, and keeping time just as it did back in the mid 1940s. This is a gentleman's watch but it would look great on a lady's wrist. We have only one Rolex like this. So, don't hesitate if you can hear its siren song. Our one year warranty for parts and labor will assure you a lifetime of happy ticking!

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Price: $2850
Year: 1945
SKU: w2991
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