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  • SOLD Rolex GMT Master II

    SOLD Rolex GMT Master II



    Rolex’s Oyster Perpetual GMT Master II is a reliable and stylish watch that was designed to measure three different time zones, two of which can be read simultaneously. The GMT range is easily recognisable by their 24hour bidirectional ceramic bezels. Honor Blackman, the glamorous actress who played Pussy Galore, famously wore a GMT Master in the 1964 James Bond film Goldfinger.

    This gent’s stainless steel Rolex GMT Master II automatic calibre 3186, is fitted with an Oyster bracelet with a mixture of brushed and polished finishes. The bidirectional black ceramic bezel has 24 hour markers and is scratch resistant. The case also includes a screw down crown as the watch is water resistant up to 100m. The black dial features luminous dots, baton markers and hands. A third green GMT hand can be used to indicate another time zone and there is a magnified date window at 3. Complete with original box and paperwork dated 2008 and Rolex service warranty 2017.

  • SOLD TAG Heuer Formula 1

    SOLD TAG Heuer Formula 1



    From McLaren to more recently Red Bull, TAG Heuer has a close relationship with Formula 1. With both parties sharing similar aspirations for utilising cutting edge technology and pushing it to its limits. The TAG Heuer Formula 1 is the perfect example of this, with unidirectional bezel, sapphire crystal, and a screw-down crown this is the perfect companion for any sportsman, whether you are out racing on the track, or watching from the pit-lane.

    This gentleman’s stainless steel TAG Heuer Formula 1 is fitted on a stainless steel bracelet with double safety clasp. Its white dial with date window allows for effortless readability. The 41mm case houses a battery-powered quartz movement and is water resistant to 200m. This watch, dated from 2007, is complete with its original box, but sadly no paperwork.

  • SOLD Tudor North Flag

    SOLD Tudor North Flag



    Inspired by the timepiece worn by the British North Greenland Expedition in 1952 the Tudor North Flag has a delicate yet sporty appearance. The satin-finish to the case creates a matte effect which is complimented by the black ceramic bezel. With an approximate 70 hour power reserve, this impressive watch has an in-house manufacture movement, the calibre MT5621.

    This gentleman’s stainless steel Tudor North Flag watch features a 40mm case which houses an automatic chronometer movement and a black baton dial with Arabic numerals at both 12 and 6. The dial also features a power reserve indicator and a date window. This watch is fitted on a black strap with yellow stitching which compliments the yellow detailing on the dial. This watch is unworn and comes complete with box and paperwork, dated 2017.

  • SOLD Jaeger-LeCoultre Ideale

    SOLD Jaeger-LeCoultre Ideale



    Adorning the wrists of some of the most notable figures of the last century, including HRH Queen Elizabeth II on the day of her coronation, Jaeger-LeCoultre is one of the most prestigious watch brands in the world. The Ideale’s distinctive look and Art Deco styling demonstrate Jaeger-LeCoultre’s lasting appeal, adapting heritage designs to suit today’s wearer.

    This 18ct yellow gold Jaeger-LeCoultre Ideale features 24 diamonds of exceptional quality and a mother of pearl dial. It has a quartz, battery powered movement. It is fitted with a camel coloured alligator strap with an 18ct gold pin buckle. The case has some polish marks but is otherwise in unworn condition and comes with the manufacturer’s original warranty.

  • SOLD 18ct Longines

    SOLD 18ct Longines



    Proof that true elegance never goes out of style, Longines watches certainly stand the test of time. Their philosophy, “Elegance is an attitude”, is perfectly demonstrated by their chosen ambassadors, which include Academy Award-winner Kate Winslet and world-famous tennis star couple Stefanie Graf and Andre Agassi.

    This lady’s Longines in 18ct yellow and white gold has a 15mm polished case and beautifully crafted, textured-finish bracelet. It houses a manual wind, mechanical movement and the dial, although petite, is clear and easily readable. The watch was originally purchased from Poyser, Nottingham in 1971 and has its original box and papers.

  • SOLD Panerai Luminor 1950

    SOLD Panerai Luminor 1950



    The Luminor 1950 as we see today was first developed shortly after the second world war as technical research into watches continued. After success with the Radiomir, the Luminor encompassed some similar features such as the cushion shaped case but developed in other areas. In 1949 a new substance was introduced to Panerai watches, and with inspiration from this self-luminous substance Panerai named their other historical model the ‘Luminor’.

    This gentleman’s stainless steel Panerai Luminor 1950 is fitted on a stainless steel bracelet. The 44mm case houses an in-house Panerai automatic caliber 9001 self-winding movement with a 3 day power reserve. The dial features engraved luminous Arabic numerals, a date window at 3 o’Clock and a sub-seconds dial. This timepiece also features a GMT function with the luminous arrow tipped hand. This watch is complete with original box, paperwork and accessories for changing straps. Dated from 2014.

  • SOLD Oris Big Crown X1 Calculator Pilot

    SOLD Oris Big Crown X1 Calculator Pilot



    The Oris Big Crown X1 was created in homage to the first manned supersonic flight to break the sound barrier. In a tribute to the incredible feat of aviation Oris created and named this timepiece after the X-1 plane. The timepiece features a slide rule bezel heralding back to the era of the the late 1940’s when the X-1 plane would have been flown and a gunmetal PVD coating on the case.

    This gentleman’s stainless steel Oris Big Crown X1 Calculator Pilot Watch is fitted on a black leather strap. The 46mm case houses an automatic self-winding chronograph movement with a day-date complication. The black dial features arab numerals at 12, 3, 6 and 9. Complete with original box and paperwork this watch dates from 2015.

  • SOLD Omega DeVille

    SOLD Omega DeVille



    From George Clooney to James Bond there is a plethora of famous owners of the Omega DeVille. This elegant dress watch has been one of the pillars of Omega’s watch range since 1960. A smart watch suitable for both smart and casual wear it really is the perfect ‘all rounder’.

    This gentleman’s 9ct gold Omega DeVille is offered on a leather strap. Its 34mm 9ct gold case contains an Omega calibre 565 automatic self-winding movement. The silver coloured baton dial features a date aperture. From the hallmark on the watch it can be dated from 1971.

  • SOLD Breitling Navitimer

    SOLD Breitling Navitimer



    As the oldest mechanical chronograph in the world still in production, the Navitimer has a formidable heritage. To this add the achievement of being the first wrist chronograph to be taken into space, as part of the Aurora 7 mission, on the wrist of Scott Carpenter. Breitling’s status as ‘official supplier to world aviation’ is very much deserved and the watch which typifies this is undoubtedly their most iconic timepiece, the Navitimer.

    This gentleman’s stainless steel Breitling Old Navitimer is fitted with a blue leather strap to compliment the blue dial, highlighted with silvered sub-dials and slide rule bezel. The case houses a calibre Breitling 13 automatic chronometer chronograph movement with 30 minute and 12 hour registers. This watch has its original box and papers and dates from 1994.

  • SOLD Omega Geneve

    SOLD Omega Geneve



    Paying homage to Omega’s workshops in Geneva, where some of their iconic 30mm movements were created, the Geneve line was introduced. Such was its appeal that by 1970 it accounted for 60% of their production. The range was discontinued in 1979 when a law in Geneva stated the word ‘Geneva’ could no longer be added to goods not produced in that region.

    This gentleman’s Omega Geneve has a gold plated case with stainless steel case back and is fitted with a leather strap. The simple, round, 34.5mm case houses an automatic, self-winding movement with date feature and centre second hand. Due to the age of the watch it no longer has its original box or papers. However, we are able to date it to 1970 from the case number.


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