A simply gorgeous vintage Visodate with hard to find early italicized Tissot script!
If you're a fan of Tissot's modern Visodate dress pieces (we are!), here is its original 1950s inspiration. This particular example is powered by an automatic winding movement, applied gold hour markers, and a light patination in all the right places.
This may just be the perfect wearable vintage dress piece for your collection!
The Seamaster 120 is an excellent reminder of Omega's storied past and commitment to the exploration of our oceans. Originally popular with snorkelers and skindivers, the 120 is the perfect sporty-yet-restrained choice for the dive watch enthusiast, particularly when paired with a colorful NATO strap.
This particular Seamaster dates from the mid-1960s, and features the Omega Calibre 565 automatic winding movement. The case, dial, hands, and bezel are completely original and in fantastic shape with a light patination throughout. The piece has been recently overhauled completely, and fitted with a new genuine crystal and crown.
We get requests for these constantly, but are very picky in those we choose to offer. Get it before its gone!
In our opinion, the Camaro may be the most under-appreciated vintage model in the lineup of chronographs from Heuer. Often overshadowed by the Carrera, Monaco, and Autavia in the minds of collectors, the Camaro is every bit as functional, beautiful, and wonderfully retro, evoking the era of 60s and 70s motorsports brilliantly.
The example we have presented here is without a doubt one of the rarest and most interesting in the world, featuring an incredible tropical dial (faded from its original black). With even patination across the dial, hands, and lume, this is quite simply a stunner! Powering the timepiece is the legendary Valjoux 72 manually winding chronograph movement, with triple register layout, featuring a 30 minute counter, 12 hour counter, and subsidiary seconds register, with a central chronograph sweep hand. All of this is tucked into a svelte 37mm square cushion case design which was touted by Heuer in the late 1960s as "The newest shape from Switzerland".
While it's "big brother" (the Monaco) might have stolen the spotlight in the collector market, in our opinion you'd be hard pressed to find a legitimate vintage motorsports chronograph with more style and charisma. And just look at that tropical dial...
An absolutely immaculate and super-cool vintage chronograph!
Discovered in NOS condition by its first owner, this cool chrono is in outstanding condition and is ready to wear and enjoy. Powered by a manually-winding Valjoux 7736 chronograph movement, the black dial features triple subsidiary registers, including a 30 minute counter, 12 hour counter, and sub-seconds feature.
With great colors and a supremely crisp case, this is an affordable chronograph that is sure to get some attention. We've paired it with a killer black leather Rallye Strap by Crown & Buckle for that perfect early 70s look. Get it while it lasts!
We are a couple of guys based in New York City with a passion for bespoke style, substance, and authenticity. Admittedly, we appreciate ALL well-crafted and precious things, from fine single-malts to handmade cordovan bluchers, but we have a special and earnest love for the world of vintage goods, in particular, the world of vintage and luxury timepieces. We love the stories and histories vintage watches contain and the unparalleled craftsmanship with which they were made, often harkening back to an era when raw value was respected and a firm handshake was unflappable. Most importantly, we enjoy them for the works of wearable art that they are. We've had it with digital...we are 100% analog.
Our goal is to find and bring to market a small collection of exceptional vintage and contemporary timepieces. All of our items are hand-picked by our team, representing horologically interesting, important and desirable pieces. Essentially, we scour the market for the best available wristwatches, authenticate them and present them to you in an honest and straightforward manner.
We are here to help you buy a watch — not sell you one.