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  • SOLD Breitling Navitimer

    SOLD Breitling Navitimer

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    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

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    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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  • SOLD Longines La Grande Classique

    SOLD Longines La Grande Classique

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    Its characteristic design and incomparable slimness are unmistakably La Grande Classique de Longines. Created following the success of the earlier Agassiz range which was exclusively made in 18ct gold, La Grande Classique was an immediate success and is still as popular today, several decades later.

    This lady’s Longines La Grande Classique has a PVD case and is fitted with a leather strap from the shaped lugs. The dial is perfectly pared down look both elegant and clear, the hands and markers easily discernible against the gold coloured dial. The incredibly slim case, at 4.4mm thick, houses a quartz, battery powered movement. The watch is boxed but sadly there is no accompanying paperwork, however we believe it to date from circa 2011.

  • SOLD Rolex GMT-Master II

    SOLD Rolex GMT-Master II

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    In order to meet the requirements of pilots of the 1950’S Jet Age Rolex created the GMT-Master, a watch that enabled the wearer to easily keep track of the time, no matter where in the world they were. It soon became the official watch of several intercontinental airlines including Pan American World Airways, otherwise known as Pan Am, and also adorned the wrists of the British and French test pilots during the final phase of Concorde’s test flights in the 1960’s.

    This gentleman’s Rolex GMT-Master II has a stainless steel case and stainless steel Oyster bracelet. The black ‘Cerachrom’ bezel is engraved with a 24 hour display and the automatic chronometer, self-winding movement features an additional arrow-tipped hand to exhibit a 2nd time-zone. It was originally purchased from Goldsmiths in 2007 and is complete with its box and paperwork.

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  • SOLD Omega Seamaster Professional 300m

    SOLD Omega Seamaster Professional 300m

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    The Seamaster 300 was first introduced in 1957 as a diver’s addition to its mother range, which was created in 1948. It was an instant success and was worn by some of the world’s most famous divers and explorers, including the Jacques-Yves Cousteau team. The concept has changed little over the years, although the styling has, and the Seamaster 300 still offers a stylish, wearable, yet durable timepiece.

    This gentleman’s Omega Seamaster Professional 300m Co-axial Chronograph has a stainless steel bracelet and the stainless steel case measures 44mm. It has Omega’s new Co-axial automatic chronograph movement with Si14 hairspring for greater precision and column-wheel mechanism enabling instantaneous timing, with 30 minute and 12 hour registers. This watch is new/unworn and has the original manufacturer’s warranty.

  • SOLD Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date

    SOLD Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date

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    At the start of the 20th century wristwatches were not accurate but Hans Wilsdorf, Rolex creator, saw their potential and began fitting small Swiss movements into his wristwatches, movements which were themselves very accurate. His watches gained much acclaim from timekeeping institutes including a Class ‘A’ Precision certificate from Kew Observatory in Great Britain, which until then had only been awarded to Marine Chronometers.

    This lady’s Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date has a stainless steel case with engine turned bezel and stainless steel Jubilee bracelet. The automatic chronometer, self-winding movement has a date feature which is magnified by Rolex’s iconic date bubble on the sapphire crystal. It was originally purchased in 1996 and is complete with box and papers.

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  • SOLD Rolex Explorer II

    SOLD Rolex Explorer II

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    First released in 1971 the Rolex Explorer II was the successor to the original Rolex Explorer. With functionality its primary objective, the Explorer II quickly became the watch of choice for volcanologists and polar explorers.

    This gentleman’s stainless steel Rolex Explorer II is on a brushed stainless steel oyster bracelet. Its orange GMT hand sharply contrasts with the white dial enhancing the watch’s readability, along with the date aperture and Rolex’s signature date bubble. The 42mm case houses an automatic self-winding chronometer movement. This watch was originally purchased in July 2014 from Goldsmiths.

  • SOLD Breitling Navitimer

    SOLD Breitling Navitimer

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    As the world’s oldest wrist chronograph, the Navitimer has changed very little since it was created in 1952. Designed to aid pilots with inflight calculations, the iconic slide-rule bezel has made it one of the most instantly recognisable watches on the market.

    This gent’s stainless steel Breitling Navitimer is fitted with a stainless steel bracelet. The case houses a calibre Breitling 23 automatic chronometer chronograph movement with 30 minute and 12 hour registers, which are highlighted in silver against the blue dial. The turning bezel features a slide rule calculator. This watch has its original box and papers and was purchased from us in 2012.

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  • SOLD Omega Seamaster Professional 300m

    SOLD Omega Seamaster Professional 300m

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    Since the launch of GoldenEye, featuring Pierce Brosnan as James Bond, the Omega Seamaster Professional 300m has become a modern icon as well as a functional and stylish timepiece. Although the ‘real thing’ may not feature lasers and remote detonators, the watch’s slim case and 300m water resistance, makes it the ideal all-occasion watch, smart enough to wear with a suit but robust enough to dive with.

    This gentleman’s stainless steel Omega Seamaster Professional bracelet watch features a polished unidirectional elapsed-time bezel and bright blue dial with large luminous indices. The battery-powered quartz movement has an end of life battery indicator (EOL) and date feature.

  • SOLD Rolex Oyster Perpetual

    SOLD Rolex Oyster Perpetual

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    At the turn of the 20th century Rolex founder, Hans Wilsdorf, dreamed of creating a watch that could be worn on the wrist, and whose reliability could match its aesthetic appeal. Wilsdorf began to fit his watches with very and very accurate small Swiss movements. Rolex soon gained the Swiss Certificate for Chronometric Precision in 1910 and a Class ‘A’ Precision certificate in 1914 in recognition of this.

    This lady’s stainless steel Rolex Oyster Perpetual has a stainless steel case and stainless steel Oyster bracelet. It is fitted with an automatic chronometer, self-winding movement and the copper coloured dial is clear and unbroken by the omission of a date feature. It was originally purchased in 1998 from Jamieson & Carry, Aberdeen and is complete with box and papers.

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