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Dealer of Vintage, Antique, Contemporary 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.
15 jewel cal. 10AK manual wind movement has just been serviced it is running well and keeping good time. Beautiful dial and fine hands. Black dial with luminous numbers and blue/black hands with luminous centers. Stainless steel case with stainless steel screw on back that is marked "ORD. DEPT. U.S.A. OF. 48388 BULOVA WATCH CO." and has a inner metal dust cover to protect the movement. New khaki canvas military style strap. It measures 31 mm. across x 40 mm. lug end to lug end. Cir 1940's so may have been used in the second world war.
Military type watch. New never used or worn condition. The dial is perfect with luminous numbers, white hands with luminous centers and day/date at "3". Brushed stainless steel case with stainless steel screw on back that has a crystal in the center which makes the movement visible. 21 jewel cal. 7S26C rotor type automatic movements that are running well and keeping good time. Original nylon band with Seiko marked buckle. We have them with a green dial with green band, black dial with black band and blue dial with blue band. Please specify color in order form comments section.
Size 37 x 43 mm
This watch has never been worn it has a black textured dial with silver markers and hands, moon phase indicator near "2", a opening at "6" which shows the moving balance wheel and 24 hour indicator at "9". Manual wind movement is running well and keeping good time. Stainless steel case with stainless steel back that has a moving picture of a man and woman having sex. Black fine quality leather band is marked "Douglas St. Giard" on the back and on the buckle. It is a large watch that measures 35 mm. across and 53 mm. lug end to lug end. This watch is about 25-30 years old. The back scan contains scenes of nudity, you must be 18 or older click on to view.
This is in a 14 kt. solid yellow gold case with solid yellow gold back. Silver dial with black numbers, black markers and blue/black hands. 21 jewel cal. 750-B manual wind movement marked 4 adjustments and it has recently been serviced so it is running well and keeping good time. New brown lizard band. Size 22 x 35 mm. Cir. 1940's/50's.
Never realized how scarce Seth Thomas Men's Wrist Watches were until when attending a National Association Watch show in Florida last year and viewed a display of someone’s collection of the Men's Wrist Watches made by Seth Thomas. Well know for clocks and pocket watches Seth Thomas produced clocks 1883-1915 and if you are interested the 2 links below will provide you with more information about the history of Seth Thomas. In 1975 the company was sold to General Time and they made Men's Wrist Watches for a short time thus the this is the reason they Men's Wrist Watches are hard to acquire. I think this watch was made in the 1970’s, it is big, good looking and keeps good time. Has a silver dial with raised silver markers that have blue centers and blue hands with silver/luminous centers. Battery operated quartz movement is running well and keeping good time. Stainless steel case with stainless steel screw on back. New brown leather band.
Size 37 x 41 mm
This is one of the first battery operated watches made it has a tuning fork design that sends vibrations through the movement to move the hands at just the right speed. This one has been serviced so it is running well and keeping good time. See through face which makes the movement visible has gold hands with luminous centers. 10 kt. yellow gold filled case top with stainless steel screw on back. New black leather band. It measures 34 mm. across and 37 mm. lug end to lug end. Made in 1974.
Series 3021 just back from my watchmaker so it is running fine and the alarm functions are good too. 17 jewel manual winding for both the watch movement and the alarm. Pearl colored dial is original with yellow gold hands and the alarm pointer has red arrowhead pointer. Case back says "Shock Absorbing, Dust Proof, Waterproof, open thru crystal, Benrus, Stainless Steel back 20 micron gold electroplated bezel, Series #3021" The movement and dial fit through the top of the case. I don't want to take it apart to show the movement, don’t want to damage the watchmakers work so you will just have to trust me on this movement. It is Swiss made and a good runner now. New dark brown leather strap.
Size, 34.5 mm from side to side and 42 mm from lug end to lug end.
Ken Cooper our best and only expert sales manager on the west coast has found what he says is the history of this fine timepiece, but please remember Ken loves to frequent the local winery in his area so sometimes the stories get out there.
The family of Mr. Benjamin J. Markworthless wept bitter tears as he was laid to rest. The family screamed bloody tears of rage as they remembered all the worthless books he wrote but never were published. Ben had purchased a very nice used Benrus Wrist Alarm timepiece so that he could sleep and always get up early to work on his books. The watch was a great help in regulating his sleeping hours and he found it to be an excellent time keeper. Sometimes he would stay up all night working on his book and Benjamin would proudly exclaim "I've been up all night and I've been writing and this book will be published". Sadly, his works of fiction were never published and he continued to work as a counter-man at Mel's Sandwich and Soda Shop. On a gloomy, dismal day Ben was crossing the street when he remembered he left his treasured Benrus at home and he turned around only to be fatally struck by a speeding skate board ridden by Mr. Ebiber Askwich. His outraged family sold his super nice Benrus Wrist Alarm to Girard as they knew he was a success in all things he set out to do. The funeral home thundered with the sound of Ben's family members loudly breaking wind united in their rage against Ben and his poor writing. When purchasing this fine running Benrus ask Girard about his special lay away plan.
Very scarce and rare 3 day power reserve wrist watch, 17 jewel cal. 335 manual wind movement has just been serviced it is running well and keeping good time. 2-tone black/gray dial with luminous numbers and white hands. Stainless steel case with stainless steel back. New brown leather band. It measures 21 mm. across and 37 mm. lug end to lug end. Cir. 1930's.
As most of you know Ken Cooper is our west coast very talented connection and again I must remind you that he loves to research our listings and after spending hours at the winery in his area he swears this is the history of this watch. Let’s hope Readers Digest will not discover Ken and take him away because we love his efforts.. here we go.
Chuck Pesty was known to all in Corn Corners, Oregon as a real problem child, even though he was an adult. The local "Suds & Beef" had barred him from entering their pub as he was always getting drunk and "blowing beef at the Suds & Beef". His long suffering mother, Blanche, purchased Chuck a really well kept CYMA wrist watch with the hopes he would change his way but Chuck told her neither wanted a watch or know the time of day. Through the years Blanche saw to it that the unworn, by Chuck, CYMA wrist watch was maintained and well kept as her son, Chuck, became a member of a strange cult known as the "Banana Heads". The members, all 10 of them, thought of the banana as an object to be admired and cared for. On special occasions they all wore bright yellow banana type suits and would swarm the local market purchasing all the bananas for their use only. One bright & sunny day the members all piled into a station wagon, with Chuck at the wheel, and wearing their banana suits headed for the big city. Tragedy struck at a railroad crossing as their vehicle was smashed to pieces by a freight train traveling at a rapid rate and the banana heads all lost their lives. Police Officer Fleetus Flatfoot remarked to the fine citizens of Corn Corners the accident scene was a real sight to behold. The train was loaded with a shipment of bananas and you could not tell where the bananas ended and the banana boys began. Blanche hearing the news was grief stricken and gave Chuck's immaculate CYMA watch to Police Officer Flatfoot for his efforts in sorting through the wreckage. For many years officer Flatfoot proudly wore this CYMA and saw to its care & cleaning. Before officer Flatfoot moved into Porter's Rest & Funeral Home to spend his remaining days, he sold the CYMA timepiece to Girard Sensoli as he knew Girard would find a good owner for it. When purchasing this fine timepiece be sure to ask about Girard's unique lay away plan.