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25 jewel rotor automatic Swiss movement recently serviced so it is running strong and keeping good time. This rare all original watch has silver dial with date at 3, silver hands with sweep second hand. Case is stainless steel with screw on back and this is not a big watch as most watches are today, measures 32 mm side to side not counting the winding crown, 39 mm lug end to lug end and the black stitched leather band measures 16 mm where it attaches to this watch so this is about the size of a silver dollar. Cir. 1960's and retail is $860.00 on the attached tag.
Here is one that is in great condition and has just been serviced so it is running and keeping time. Perfect dial has no cracks, no chips and no hairlines. Serial number is 20,200,983 so made during WW-1 in nickel case with hinged lugs and look at this original black leather band with silver buckle. Measures 34.5 mm side to side not counting the crown. In remarkable condition for a watch this old. A real treasure for the serious collector.
17 jewel cal. 676 movement is running and keeping good time. 10 k yellow gold filled case, white dial has raised yellow gold number and gold hands. Measures 33 mm side to side and the new black leather band measures 18 mm where it attaches to this watch. Cir. 1950's/60's. Case back says "To Sonny From Dad".
This 4 register watch has day, date, month and 24 hour time. This has a see through back so you can see the skeleton high jeweled very fancy movement that is running and keeping good time. The back says "All Stainless Steel, Automatic Movement, Water Resistant 5 ATM." Original black band has the Earnshaw name on the underside and stainless steel buckle. Blue stone winding crown and pushers on both sides to change registers. I think this is a new watch so maybe even making this one now. Nice big size measures 41 mm side to side and 47.5 mm lug end to lug end and the band measures 20 mm where it attaches to this watch. Has heavy tear drop lugs. Great looking watch and fine time keeper.
Just back from service so it has been overhauled, is running and keeping time. Silver dial has raised silver numbers and markers. Silver hands have luminous inside and has silver sweep second. 17 jewel cal. 550 is rotor movement with serial number 23,465,192 so made in 1966. Case is stainless steel with screw on back that says stainless steel has the omega logo and numbers 165.002. Measures 34 mm side to side not counting the crown and 39 mm lug end to lug end and the new suede band measures 18 mm where it attaches to this watch.
The Watch of Presidents. This watch is working and the alarm function is working well. Looks to be all original with yellow gold plated top and stainless steel back. Shows some wear on the alarm pusher and back side of a couple lugs. The gold cap is no on the winding crown but it is original and marked with the V. Perfect silver dial with all the correct markings and same on the back stainless steel cover. Has all the proper markings so it is original. Measures 34 mm side to side not counting the crowns and 40 mm lug end to lug end. Black leather band measures 18 mm where it attaches to this watch. I think it is a 1950's watch.
The Cricket that started the whole “President’s watch” business belonged to President Harry Truman. He received his Cricket as a gift from the White House Press Photographer’s Association in 1953, and of all his watches, this is the one he is most closely associated with. His successor, President Dwight Eisenhower, also sported a Vulcain Cricket well before he took the office. He even inspired a Vulcain advertising campaign touting the connection. President Lyndon Johnson, however, was probably the biggest Vulcain fan of any US President. He gave away plenty of Crickets as gifts, Vulcain even has a letter of thanks from Johnson stating that he felt “somewhat less than dressed without it.” Same goes for Richard Nixon, who received a Cricket from after a speaking in front of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors.
21 jewel rotor automatic movement is running and keeping good time. Recently serviced so it is running strong and keeping time. Silver dial has date at 3 and this is a quick change date just pull out the crown all the way and the date advances. Movement is marked 5336764, 1424 U.D., Case is stainless steel with screw on back that has the gold Kontiki logo in the center. This has the Eterna Matic marked winding crown with the 5 ball bearings same on the dial top. Measures 37 mm side to side not counting the crown, 45 mm lug end to lug end and the black leather band measures 18 mm where it attaches to this watch. Retail price says $960.00.
Rare 17 jewel cal. 307 Large very fancy Tivoli white 3 piece case. Original dial and hands. Case measures 33.5 mm side to side not counting the winding crown and 39.5 mm lug end to lug end. New black stitches leather band measures 16 mm where it attaches to this watch. Movement serial number 5,682,294 so made in 1948. Case back has a small repair on one edge but this does not affect the running.
May look funny because it has a lot of reflection as do must black dial watches. This has 17 jewel manual wind Swiss AS 970 movement is marked "Rima Watch Co." it has just been serviced it is running well and keeping good time. Black dial with gold numbers and gold hands. 10 kt. yellow gold plated case with stainless steel back. New brown leather band. The case measures 21 mm. across and 32 mm. end to end. Cir. 1940's/50's.