This page is designed for vintage watch fans and collectors to buy rare and fine timepieces with peace of mind. I am not earning my life from this website, so it's a hobby to support hobby.
I reserve the right not to sell to certain individuals or companies. Hobby-mates and collectors whom I know have priority in purchases, therefore some timepieces may be reserved.
Let's do it in style, no hassle. Contact me via email for more details and photos. All watches can be returned within 7 days of receipt, as far as they are in same state as they were sent. I keep my watches serviced, so unless it's stated otherwise all timepieces listed in this page are serviced by my watchmaker in The Netherlands. I can share the service process and invoices if necessary.
Watches are within the European Union, I generally ship worldwide except some shady areas, feel comfy with DHL courier. Let me know any questions you may have or more photo request.
Covering a period from 1928 to 1956, the very first self-winding timepieces collection. All engineered and offered a solution to a problem back then. Different style of winding mechanisms. Ask for more pictures or information.
I am fortunate to have known this gentleman whom I am working together also on this project. Kindly contact me or Kevin through: https://www.sometimeago.com/watches-for-sale/perpetual-primo-collection
Manufactured in 1958, this timepiece is wolf under sheep skin. Powered by a rare Chezard 116 movement it ticks away once every seconds. Case is 36mm in diameter without crown and functions perfectly
Chezard was a premium movement manufacturer who was known for their dead beat seconds calibers. Price: 2,000 Euro
It's hard to believe this beautiful fella is from 1915. Designed and manufactured for the servicemen during war,it's from an era where wristwatches became just popular. Really good size for it's time 37mm in diameter and 14mm high, cased in hinged sandwich case. At first sight is the compass, then below is the watch itself.
The case is made by Huguenin Freres and is also patented. The compass and watch works well. It keeps pretty well time for it's age. The manual winding 13 lignes Fleurier movement powers this watch ( FEF 30 caliber ). Price 3,000 Euro
This beautiful chronograph has an early serial number 746xyz and according to Gallet enthusiasts and collectors brings it to the manufacture year 1939. A well preserved MultiChron Commander. It's in the famous Gallet oval shaped case to house its infamous movement Excelsior Park 42.Stainless steel case and caseback, all original parts and patinaed dial.Hands have no more lume and I didn't want to relume it and left it in original condition, just movement has been cleaned and serviced.
EP 42 chronograph movement is very distinctive with its ovoid 27.1x29.4 mm shape (formerly called "Excelsior Park 12/13") .
It functions perfectly and seconds hand resets properly. It has been freshly serviced in March 2021 and would serve you many more decades without any issues. Contact me for more photos.
Price: 2,500 Euro
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