specialised in the sale, purchase & trade of rare vintage watches and Italian cars

Omega Seamaster 300 #2913-4

Stunning Omega Seamaster 300 #2913-4 with Lollipop from 1958. These models are so cool, especially this first series with Lollipop. No wonder that Omega made a Heritage model but nothing beats the original! This example is in original condition with stunning original dial with cream aged lume and arrow hands (1-2-3 had Broad Arrow, 4-5-6 these slightly smaller ones). The bezel insert seems to be original which is rare for these models. Movement has been checked and is running fine (cal 501). the 39mm steel case is in good condition and retains the original crown. Attached is a flat original bracelet #1035 but from 1969 (also comes with a new leather band). The watch comes with an Omega Extract stating it was sold in December 1958 to the Netherlands Antilles. It also comes with a period Omega box. Great opportunity to buy a first series SM300! Sold.

Lemania 18K Chronograph

Absolute MINT Lemania Chronograph from the end 40’s. This watch is so beautiful, it’s hard to describe… Lemania made Chrono’s for Omega back in the 40’s and I dare to say that this model is more beautiful than Omega’s offering at the time. It features an original stunning silver dial with raised gold numerals on a silver ring. The 18K case is the first ‘waterproof’ with round pushers and high pressure casebook. It measures 36,5mm excl orig. crown. Movement is Lemania cal 27CHRO/Omega 321 and perfect throughout. It comes with it’s original box and lovely croci strap. Even Winston Churchill had the same model (see Hodinkee). Great opportunity! Sold.

Omega Cosmic Moonphase

Lovely all original Omega Cosmic Moonphase from the end 40’s. Finding an original example is quite rare, most have redone dials or are in very bad condition. This example has a rare original dial with raised steel numerals & stunning hands. The moonphase has aged beautifully. The steel unpolished case measures nearly 35mm excl. original crown and has ref 2471/1. Movement is is excellent condition, Cal 381. Attached is a period style steel bracelet. It also comes with a period box. Great Cosmic which will only appreciate in value. Price: Euro 4.999,-

Price: Euro 4.999,-

Eberhard Scafograf 200

Fantastic & rare Eberhard Scafograf 200 from 1965. This is my favourite model of the Scafograf series with similar 42mm case like the Omega SM300 and the desirable triangle dial. The original no-date dial is is fantastic original condition and has the broad arrow hands, lollipop and gilt writing (radium). The bezel looks awesome as it has faded into grey over time. The large case is unpolished and bears ref: 11545 (unfortunately the crown has been replaced). The automatic Eberhard Cal 11500 movement has been serviced and is like new. Attached is the original and desirable/valuable GF stretch bracelet from 1965. One of the coolest dive watches ever made!



Longines Tre Tacche with Extract

Super sharp Longines Tre-Tacche from 1941. This is the smaller 30,8mm variant but therefore not less interesting… The step waterproof case looks like new and is ref 4776. The original black dial has lost the radium on the numerals but is therefore extra ‘vintage’. It comes with a Longines Extract and was sold to the USA in 1941. Movement is Longines Cal. 10.68N. Attached is a period pigskin strap. Super 3-T!

Price: Euro 1.999,-

Mint Eberhard Contograf with Rare Silver Dial

This watch is amazing! Comes from my personal collection and the best I ever saw! Silver dials are also about 10x as rare as black ones! Overall condition is MINT! Made in 1965 it also comes with it’s original bracelet (also signed 65). The original silver dial is in super nice condition and has an alternating red/black date. The red 45 in the minute counter is super rare! The 39mm steel case is similar to the early Speedmasters and very sharp and has ref 31501. Movement is Eberhard’s manual Cal. 310.82 and is working perfectly. Cool, mint and mega rare watch!


Longines 30CH in 18K Pink Gold

Amazing, rare and minty Longines 30ch in Pink Gold. This watch was sold to Italy in 1949 and comes with a Longines Extract paper. The unpolished case with ref 5953 is extremely rare and elegant. It measures 36,5mm and is solid 18K pink gold. The original dial with raised gold markers is in fantastic condition. Movement is Cal 30CH Flyback which is the improved successor of the 13ZN. Attached is a croco strap with original Longines buckle. One of the best gold 30CH’s around!


Doxa 565 Calatrava with Special Radium Dial

This 1940’s Doxa is simply amazing, it is the large 35mm variant with the Patek Philippe style 565 case. It was made by the same case maker; FB and is of very high quality featuring a screw-in case back with dustcover. The original dial is out of this world… black with grey and the radium markers and hands have turned it tropic. Movement is a high quality manual Doxa. Attached is a period style steel beads of rice bracelet. Patek quality and look for a fraction of the price…


Omega Jumbo Scarab with Rare Black Dial

Fantastic and rare Omega Scarab from the mid 30’s. It features a very rare original black dial with painted numerals and hands (used to be white but time has turned them into a lovely cream tone). This is the largest model with 35,5mm unpolished case. It is called Scarab because of the particular lugs. Movement is Cal 26,5 which is in very nice condition. Attached is a period style pigskin strap. One of the nicest untouched Scarab’s I’ve seen!

Price: Euro 2.999,-

Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Barakuda Military issued

Fantastic and 100% original Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Barakuda from the mid 60’s used by the Polish Navy (from my personal collection). This model FF is my personal favorite as the red details in the dial make it stand-out even more, it also happens to be one of the rarest FF’s made (some say only 150-200 pcs). The dial is in lovely original condition along with the matching hands. The large steel screwback case with rotating back elite bezel measures 42 mm excl. screw-in crown. The side of the case and case back has been engraved with the Polish Navy sign MW (Marynarka Woyenna) and issue number.  Off course it also bears the original Blancpain numbers. Movement is the Automatic AS 1902 and it’s running strong. It comes with two straps: a green Nato and a Tropic. Awesome watch with military history which makes this piece even more interesting.



Blancpain Military Bund 3H




Finally another Blancpain Fifty Fathoms diver’s watch, a military BUND from around 1975. It was made for the technical and general dive service for the Bundeswehr and has stock number: 6645-12-171-4162. The overal condition is excellent and it’s one of the few I’ve seen without a crack in the backelite bezel. The original 3H dial is in great condition also and even the lume still glows in the dark. Movement is Cal 11 ETA 2873 and is working perfectly. Great and rare chunky watch with 42mm case and rotating bezel. They are getting thin on the ground, especially in this condition and rising in value so get it while you still can.


Tissot 15TL Chronograph Rare Dial

This is one of the rarest Tissot 15TL’s I’ve seen… the original two-tone black/grey dial has both gilt and yellow printing, lume hands and hour markers and is simply stunning. It’s aged a bit but this only ads to the vintage charm. The steel 37,5mm case is also the rarer version with angled lugs. Movement is the Tissot/Lemania Cal 15TL (Omega 33.3) and recently serviced. Attached is a nos steel period style bracelet but it also comes with a period pigskin strap. Truly amazing 40’s Tissot Chrono!


Longines 18K Calatrava Oversize

Rare Oversize Longines Calatrava in 18K delivered to Spain in 1949. This is an exiting piece as Longines did not make many solid gold watches and certainly not in large sizes… This example has a stunning and rare original two-tone dial with roman numbers. The 18K case measures nearly 36,5mm excl. original crown and is of very high quality as it even has a double caseback (dust cover). Movement is Cal 12.68Z and working nicely. Attached is a lovely dark-brown croco strap. Pure elegance!

Price: Euro 5.850,-

Breitling Navitimer AOPA Pearl Bezel

One of the best early Navitimers I ever saw from approx 1961. This 806 AOPA is minty, unpolished, untouched and simply stunning. The original dial and outer pearl bezel are super fresh and clean with original lume. The huge 40mm case is unpolished and razor sharp. The Cal 178 movement is also very clean and working well. Attached is a period style pigskin black strap. Doesn’t get much better than this…


Longines 6-Tacche Radium dial

Lovely Longines 6-Tacche from 1951. This example is really nice and untouched with 33mm waterproof case. It retains it’s original crown and bear reference 5411. According to Longines it was sold in 1951 to Sweden. The original military style radium dial has aged beautifully. Movement is Cal. 12.68N, working nicely. Attached is a period pigskin strap. High quality waterproof Longines.

Price: Euro 999,-

Longines Conquest 30CH Chrono


Rare Blue Longines Conquest 30CH Chrono. Only a handful of these models were made and it seems even less with blue dials… The original dial is stunning and changes color depending on the light. It has light-grey subdials and beautifully aged lume. The cushion shaped 37mm case is unpolished and typical 70’s (like a Heuer Camaro). It was delivered to Belgium in 1974. Movement is Longines cal 530 (30CH) Flyback, working nicely. Attached is a grey croco strap matching the subdials and has a period Longines buckle. Very cool 70’s watch.


Movado Automatic FB Case


Lovely, high quality, all original Movado Automatic from the early 50’s. Movado made some great watches back in the day, all very high quality with in-house movements and FB cases. This example is untouched with screw back 33mm FB case. The original dial has radium indexes and hands. Movement is a Movado bumper Automatic and working well. Attached is a NOS period pigskin strap. Nice affordable piece.

Price: Euro 1.330,- Now Euro 1.180,-

Longines 6-Tacche


Lovely Longines 6-Tacche from 1951. This example is really nice and untouched with 33,5mm waterproof case. It retains it’s original crown and has a Swedish inscription. According to Longines it was sold in 1951 to Sweden. The original radium dial is very rare, has aged beautifully and has special hands. Movement is Cal. 12.68N, working nicely. Attached is a period pigskin strap. High quality special piece!

Price; Euro 1.250,- Now Euro 999,-

Eberhard Pre-Extrafort Chrono


This is one of the earliest Eberhard Chronographs from around 1935. It is also called Pre-Extrafort. It features a huge 40mm step case which is incredibly sharp. Inside we find the old Eberhard logo in the case back and on the movement bridge at it should be with these early ones. The original dial is stunning, featuring Breguet numerals and hands and a gold/copper ring unders the blue Telemetre scale. Amazing piece, especially considering it is 80 years old!


Longines 13ZN Waterproof with rare Dial

Super rare untouched Longines 13ZN from 1941. This is such a great watch… it was sold new in Switzerland in 1941 and has ref 4813 (case order no 21391). It was a special order since it does not have a flyback. Research indicate that a few of the same references were all delivered to CH and all without flyback! The 35mm waterproof case with high pressure snap caseback in unpolished and truly fantastic. The original slightly aged dial is one of the rarest on a 13ZN… two-tone silver with scales and snail in blue which looks awesome with the blued hands. The subdials have a mirror steel/silver finish. The movement has just been completely serviced and is working perfectly. Attached is a period steel elastic band but also comes with a pigskin strap with Longines buckle. One of the nicest 13ZN’s around…