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 but 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.
This is a retro Breitling timepiece from mid-80's, reference 80940 for military use. It has two signed crowns and the rubber strap is also marked Breitling from start to end as well the buckle.It's all original with no additions or changes. Hinged sandwich case, black PVD case.
It's powered by a 7 jewel quartz movement ETA 955.122 signed by Breitling. Bezel is functional, case is black PVD coated. Size is 38mm without crowns. It's serviced and pressure tested to 3 atm. Price: 1,500 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
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.
Vintage Glycine Combat from the year 1968 with original box and papers. EPSA Compressor case, cross hatched crown, 36mm size in diameter w/out crown. This model has the mechanical hacking pin at 12 o'clock and functions perfectly. It has been serviced and works like a champ.
The Glycine Combat is powered by ETA 2472 automatic movement. The EPSA case is designed to get tighter case-back with pressure making this watch a real tool watch. The manual of the Combat says that it's manufactured for all exacting man, military and sportsmen.Price: 1,500 Euro
This is a rare watch with a full set Vintage Glycine Airman from the year 1956. The serial number is A53xyz. It has been serviced and keeps good time. It has some radium burn on dial if you look careful, obviously the hands stand still for a long which adds charm to the watch. All original with functioning hacking mechanism pin popping onto dial at 24 o'clock. Powered by modified to 24h, Felsa 692 movement, size is 36mm without crowns.
This vintage Glycine Airman watch comes with a generic leather strap and will serve you well for many more decades if you take good care. The minute hand has the tail-end, indicating that it has been manufactured before Mar 1956. It doesn't just tell time, it tells history with its manual containing countries which don't exist anymore like Indochina, Belgian Congo, Yugoslavia....
Vietnam era pilots were utilizing this models very often, it's a preferred pilot watch from its time. Price: 3,000 Euro
Off white dial 35mm in size and elegant late '50s timepiece. It has some radium burn on dial due to hands standing still for a long time ( at 1 and 8 o'clock positions ).
The dead beat seconds movement manufactured by Chezard is caliber 7400, serviced and works like a champ. Price: 1,000 Euro
It's powered by an ETA 2895-1 movement. Due to highly polished case it's pretty flashy, 42mm square case with eccentric seconds.Price: 1,000 Euro
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