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Dealer of and Pre-owned, Gently Used luxury designer Wrist Watches and pocket watches. We stock many types of high quality collectible wristwatches from well known luxury designer brands such as Rolex, Tudor, Gruen, Hamilton, Lord Elgin, Longines, Omega, Girard Perregaux, Elgin, Bulova, Movado, Waltham, Illinois, Benrus, Jules Jurgensen, Wittnauer, Universal Geneve, Seiko, Cartier, Tiffany, Tissot and many more quality mid priced brands. We have many types of high quality collectible wristwatches and pocket watches with swiss, mechanical and quartz movements. We carry all types of wrist and pocket watches for men, women and children such as military, drivers, divers, chronograph, character, solid gold, yellow gold, white gold, platinum, silver, diamond, ruby, emerald and many more.
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17 jewel cal. 987A manual wind movement is running well and keeping good time. Silver dial with luminous numbers and blue/black hands with luminous centers. Brushed Non Reflective stainless steel case with brushed stainless steel screw on back that is marked "U.S NO. GRADE WG" on the outside and has a inner metal dust cover to protect the movement. New khaki colored nylon strap. It measures 32 mm. across and 40 mm. lug end to lug end. Movement serial number is 0115855 cir. 1940's.
17 jewel cal. 6/0-B manual wind movement recently serviced so it is running well and keeping good time. Silver original dial with luminous numbers and blue/black hands with luminous centers. Brushed stainless steel non reflective case with brushed stainless steel screw on back that is marked "U.S. NO. GRADE WG" and has a inner metal dust cover to protect the movement. New brown canvas military style band. It measures 32 mm. across and 39 mm. lug end to lug end. Cir. 1940's/50's. Very nice one.
17 jewel cal. 554 manual wind movement has been serviced and is running well and keeping good time. Silver original dial with gold numbers and gold hands. 10 kt. yellow gold filled case top with stainless steel back that is marked "Cased And Timed By Elgin National Watch Co." on the inside. New black leather band. It measures 23 mm. across side to side and 35 mm. lug end to lug end. Cir. 1948 and the same movements used it military watches issued to the troops during the second world war so they are very nice. This is a real nice one.
17 jewel cal. 4037 manual wind movement has just been serviced it is running well and keeping good time. Gold dial with gold markers, black fancy numbers, raised gold dots and gold hands. 10 kt. yellow gold filled case with yellow gold filled back that has a inscription that reads "Reed Varley". New brown Italian leather band. It measures 24 mm. across from side to side not counting the crown and 33 mm. lug end to lug end. Cir. 1940's/50's.
17 jewel cal. W102 rotor type automatic movement is All original and is running well and keeping good time. Blue dial with silver hands that have luminous centers, day/date at "3", month indicator at the bottom and day/date indicator at the top. Stainless steel case with stainless steel screw on back that is marked "Wittnauer 2000" in the center. The calendar does not go past the year 2000 thus the name 2000 and this makes this watch not only sought after but very collectable. Stainless steel band with Wittnauer marked clasp. It measures 42 mm. across and 45 mm. end to end. This watch is big and so unusual that when worn gets many compliments. This watch comes with instruction paper pictured. Cir. 1970's.
9 kt. solid rose gold case with solid rose gold back. Silver dial with shiny gold numbers, shiny gold markers and gold hands. 15 jewel manual wind Swiss movement is marked "Cyma" it is running well and keeping good time. New gray leather band. It measures 32 mm. across x 39 mm. lug end to lug end. Cir. 1950's.
Ken Cooper our best and outstanding west coast manager spends lots of time in the local pub and says he reads the internet to discover where some of my listings come from and here is one he says is not a spoof, I am not sure what do you think ? Girard
Russell Prize worked as a janitor in Cat City's largest and highest office building. Russell's wages were great and with them and his thrifty way of living he was able to purchase a gold Cyma timepiece which he wore everyday & saw to its service every 3 years. One late evening Russell had forgotten his Cyma watch at home and only remembered that while his working on the 55th floor of the tall office building. Russell was a good worker, but very curious when cleaning offices, and now while in the CEO's office of a large cat food company, Russell dropped a glass framed photo of the CEO smiling broadly and broke it in several places. Quickly thinking he got his tube of "super glue" from his janitors cart & soon had the glass frame fixed but he also had "super glue" all over both of his large hands. Heading for the rest room to clean his hands he noticed one of the large windows was still open. Shutting the window he was startled to notice he was stuck to the large glass pane. Trying to pull free he found that wouldn't work so he pushed hard against the window and to his amazement the window & himself "popped out" from the frame & began a plunge into open space. As he & the glass window plunged downward he thought the end was near but a gust of wind suddenly caused him to glide towards the large lake that boarded Cat City. Finding he could control the glass pane somewhat like a kite he relaxed & enjoyed the view as he soared high over the lake. Suddenly, the wind gusts stopped blowing & Russell plunged towards the lake at a rapid rate and struck the lake's surface with a big impact, however at the last moment Russell released a large blast of methane glass which slowed the impact into the lake. Russell was trapped under the glass & below the waterline. Struggling to turn over the glass pane Russell quickly exhausted his air and soon drowned. It was a baffled water patrol crew that discovered Russell's body & city officials quickly explained his death was due to an accidental drowning but did not address why he was stuck to a pane of glass. City officials did re-name the lake "Glass Lake." Again, somehow & in some way Girard obtained the Cyma watch & now offers it for sale at an attractive price.
This 1940's Longines watch has what is known as a ladder type case, 3 piece 10 k Wadsworth yellow gold filled case. All proper Longines inside case back and on the outside back are initials JJS. The movement is all correct and is running strong and keeping good time and is 17 jewel Cal. 10L Longines. Silver dial has raised yellow gold fancy numbers and is expertly flawless refinished. Size measures 28 mm from side to side not counting the winding crown and 39 mm from lug end to lug end.
One of Hamilton's most popular watch was made for years and released 3 to 4 times because of its popularity. This one has a 19 jewel cal. 982 manual wind movement is running well and keeping good time. Silver dial with gold numbers and black hands. 14 kt. yellow gold filled case with yellow gold filled back. 1941. Measures 23 mm from side to side not counting the crown and 37 mm from lug end to lug end. New black glove leather band.
Good quality and all original. 7 jewel ETA cal. 955.432 battery operated quartz movement is marked "Movado" it is running well and keeping good time. Black dial with silver hands and silver marker at "12". Stainless steel case with stainless steel back that is marked "Movado Since 1881 Water Resistant 84-A2-889". Stainless steel band with butterfly style clasp.
Size 33 x 41 mm
Ken Cooper our best only west coast sales manager who is well known in tea shops on the west coast. Not only does he read tea leaves but smells and licks wine corks so please take this into consideration when reading what Ken says about my listings and her is one he says he knows about the history of this watch.
During an expensive de'jeuner in a somewhat frilly establishment Stan Spanky III leaned close and spoke sweet nothings to his darling Tina Patts. Stan was in love with Tina and they both had plans for an evening filled with love. But before they departed for their "love nest" Tina presented Mr. Spanky with a gift of a lovely Movado timepiece that left Stan overjoyed and filled with passion for Tina. The next morning filled with lust and deep feelings for Tina, Stan left their love nest with an extra "snap" in his step only to be trampled to death by a large ape that had just escaped from a seedy circus that was leaving town. The ape noticing Stan's condition "snapped" off his arms and legs as a toy to take with him on his new and exciting journey away from the circus. Strangely no one had seen what had happened to the poor, rapidly cooling Stan Spanky III so when police officer Brutus Flattoes arrived upon the scene he had no idea what happened to the body. While making his report Brutus broke wind loudly causing people walking by to think a gun fight was in progress and several concerned citizens called 911 to report a gun fight. Other police arrived along with medics and finally order was restored. Stan's parents were notified he had been mugged and then brutally murdered but a very brave officer had risked life and limb to drive off the feind. The police also announced the fiend would soon be arrested and brought to trial but no arrest was ever made. Tina upon rising later that morning at their love nest noticed that Stan had left his lovely watch on the counter and upon learning of her lovers death kept it for some time until she sold the Movado at a large watch show to a well fed gent that only wanted to be called Girard and not be bothered as he ate his ice cream sandwich. Girard now places this lovely Museum piece for sale at a really great price and hopes that whoever purchases it will use his unique and one of a kind layaway plan that took him days to design and implement. Ever since buying the Movado people have noticed he seems to have an extra "snap" to his step. Tina went on with her life and strangely joined a seedy traveling circus where she sales fat laden ice cream to unknowing rubes. The large ape would later die while attempting to climb a tall building in the city. Buy this watch now and put some extra "snap" in your step while impressing the hell out of everyone.
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