This week we have a diverse selection of watches, ranging from elegant dress watches to sporty chronographs, with brands like Zodiac, Movado, Rolex, and Piaget all represented. Read on to see the full selection.
1940s Breitling Chronomat Reference 769
This Breitling Chronomat is an exceptional example of the reference 769. With its steel case and well-balanced dial this watch is a perfect example of what Breitling has always done best. The watch was made under the 1942 patent for the slide-rule bezel mechanism and represents a wonderful part of the brand’s true aviation history. You can read the full listing here.Â
1960s Cornavin Diver With Central Hour Disc
This Cornavin diver is quite unusual as it displays the hour on the rotating disc at the center rather than with a traditional hour hand. This mechanism was developed and put in place in order to accurately time the decompression stages with a focus on minutes and seconds rather than the hour. It might take some getting used to for day-to-day wear, but you can’t get much more hardcore-tool-watch than this. This black-dialed beauty is listed here.Â
1972 Rolex Daytona Reference 6263
This Rolex reference 6263 is amazing. In general the 6263 is one of the most desirable vintage Rolex watches out (the combination of the black bezel, panda dial, and screw-down pushers is pretty tough to beat), but this example in particular is also in incredible condition. Like, really incredible. For the full story click here.Â
In addition to these three fantastic watches we have several more including: a 1950s Ebel dress watch, a 1950s Universal GenÃ¨ve Polerouter automatic, a 1960s Enicar Sherpa Guide 600 with GMT complication, a 1970s Movado Tempo-Matic HS288, a 1970s Zodiac Hermetic Aerospace Jet, and a 1973 Rolex GMT-Master reference 1675.
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