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Seiko Alpinist Hodinkee...

The Watch

The Seiko Alpinist has been a fan favourite of Seiko for the longest time, so when Hodinkee announced this limited edition of just 1959 it sold out pretty much immediately with them selling over retail on ebay before they had even been delivered! The dial of this SPB089 is a beautiful shade of blue, it really catches the light in certain angles and gives of a unique glow. Having 200 metres of water resistance with its screw down crowns and also featuring a sapphire crystal, this watch really is one made to be used and enjoyed!

Inside powering this beauty is the 6R15 automatic caliber by Seiko, one that they have become famous for along with their 4R line for their great accuracy and longevity.

Points of Mention

This watch is sold as a complete set and therefore comes with its original Seiko box and original Seiko paperwork with the guarantee card being signed August 2019. This watch has plenty of warranty left and is in great condition, worn a handful of times at most! 

Personal Note

This is another Seiko that will go down in the history books as a big success! I think we will continue to see this trading over retail and I doubt very much we will ever see it dip under, it is a very attractive dial on an already attractive and easily wearable watch!

1977 Seiko Bell Matic...

The Watch

The Bell Matic was introduced for the Japan market in 1966, it was one of the first automatic watch with an alarm and centre rotor. To increase sales, they reduced the original 27 jewels to 17 to allow it to go through US customs without the premium put on the higher jeweled movements, crazy to think that was a tactic! The 17 Jewel movements continued to be used until 1978 when the Bell Matic ceased production. The movement has a 42 hour power reserve. This model has the integrated bracelet for a comfortable fit. The crisp white  dial has the day/date feature, baton hands and indexes all nicely finished. 

Points of Mention

This watch is sold as a watch only and therefore comes with no original Seiko box or original Seiko Paperwork. The watch dates to 1977 and therefore is in vintage condition as you would expect, the dial is in excellent condition with a small marking in the centre that is barely visible when on wrist. The watch functions perfectly with the alarm working as it should, there is no known service history with the watch but it is running well.

Personal Note

Another watch that when it caught my eye I had to have it, I always have a soft spot for integrated bracelets for one! But to have that in such a nice design from Seiko in the 1970s, with the alarm function! It makes this already cool looking watch even cooler!

1970s Citizen Bullhead 67-9011

The Watch

Here we have a very sporty looking Bullhead from Citizen, the case shape and placement of the pushers gives it practical endurance whilst also looking awesome!. Inside we have the 23 Jewel in house 8110A movement that has handwinding feature.  It is a vertical clutch chronograph (beating at 28,800 bph) with column wheel and fly back function. The black sub dials have orange hands to compliment the orange central chronograph seconds hand, giving the dials real pop and 70s vibe. A white dial and prominent silver indices with additional black inner tachymeter ring. 

Points of Mention

This watch is sold as watch only and therefore comes with no original Citizen box or original Citizen paperwork. The watch is sold on its original Citizen signed bracelet. The watch does come with a more unusual but original angular Citizen case. Service history is unknown but the watch does keep great time with the chronograph working, as with these more affordable Japense Chronographs it can take a few tries to reset it to zero spot on. The quickset date works perfectly, quickset day does not.

Personal Note

One from the personal collection! I absolutely love this watch but you have to let some go to make room, regrettably this is one of them! Few issues with the movement as stated above but none affect time keeping or practicality, I enjoyed this watch and know the new owner will too!

1972 Omega Seamaster Cosmic...

The Watch

It is not often you come across this rare reference, especially when it is in this kind of condition with its original lumed bezel which only features a few scratches! Often this reference is heavily worn and not in good condition, so when this came to me I was incredibly excited to offer it for sale!

These are definitely only going on way, up! With how the Seamaster 120 and 300 have been going up as of late, this will definitely be joining the ranks of Omega’s most popular!

Points of Mention

This watch is sold as watch only and therefore comes with no original box or original papers. The watch is from 1972 so signs of wear are to be expected, slight wear to the bracelet with a few marks. The watch however is in great cosmetic condition for its age and the bezel is in excellent condition with a few marks. No known service history but the watch is running well for its age.

Personal Note

I am a sucker for an original integrated bracelet on any vintage watch, put that on a vintage Omega “Diver” then I am even more excited! This watch still has the original lume bezel which is such an unnecessary but awesome thing!

1986 Seiko Quartz Chrono...

The Watch

Having recently sourced a Seiko 7A38 for the store I had to go and source an original 7A28 too! The 7A28 predates the 7A38 by a short while, but it was the very first quartz chronograph introduced to the market and for that reason quite historically important in the world of watches! This lovely reference 7A28-7029 features a gold plating with a matching gold tone dial, contrasting black hands, markers and markings for sub dials. It is overall a very attractive watch and offers a lot of value for not an awful lot of money.

Points of Mention

This watch is being sold as watch only and therefore comes with no original box or original paperwork. This is a vintage watch, therefore signs of wear and age will be seen. Overall however it is in good condition for its vintage age. The watch comes with no known service history, but it is running well and all functions working as they should.

Personal Note

We are seeing these Seiko quartz references becoming more and more collectible, I suspect the 7A28 & 7A38 models will only continue to go up as more people learn the history of the references and gain more interest in them!

NEW Tudor Black Bay Harrods...

The Watch

I am excited to bring you the oppertunity to skip the insane waiting lists and buying history wars for this Tudor Black Bay Harrods! Instantly recognisable and iconic for its Harrods Green Bezel, giving us strong throw back feelings to the Rolex Kermit, but in all the good ways! Whilst not a limited edition it is a numbered special edition, this one comes in at 37** and was purchased in October 2019, so literally fresh out the factory and straight out of the retailer, obviously, Harrods!

Is the hype justified for this watch? That is for you to decide, I think the watch offers a ton of value for money for what it is. You get something from under the same house as Rolex, without the hefty price tag (Sure it's still not cheap but definitely not as expensive!) but with all the charm and build quality... But still coming from a brand respected for its own rights and with its own great history, match that with a retailer like Harrods, it was a combination that was guarenteed to work!

Points of Mention

This watch is sold as Brand New and Stickered, coming in completely unworn with no marks. It is unusual to find one still stickered, so this is a rarity. The watch comes as a complete set with its original box and original paperwork, the watch also comes with its Tudor NATO Strap!

Personal Note

Green is not my colour, but it certainly works on this watch and if I was able to give it some wrist time I'm sure it would sway me quite quickly and it would grow on me! But keeping it fresh for you, so I'll have to wait for a worn one to come my way ;)

2015 Tudor Black Bay ETA

The Watch

I still remember working in retailing selling these at retail price when the in-house caliber started coming in, the remaining ETA models soon flew off the shelves as collectors jumped to get them. The way these have increased in price over the years has been amazing to watch and I do not suspect it will stop anytime soon, especially for ones in this great condition and coming with absolutely everything! The Black bezel model has been the highest growing in price and the most collectible, the gilt writing and hands really pops against the dial and gives the watch a nice contrast on the wrist.

Obviously no one can tell the future. But I think the ETA Black Bays are not only a great bet as they will never make it again and it was a limited production, they are also incredible versitle and very well built! As I always mention when selling a Tudor, you get everything you love about Rolex with their build quality but at a much more attainable price for most!

Points of Mention

This watch is sold as a complete set with its box, paperwork & comes with the Tudor NATO strap. The watch comes in great cosmetic condition with few signs of wear, the watch has been worn but well looked after! The watch is running great too, realiable ETA inside. 

Personal Note

I will stand by that Tudor offer some of the very best value for money in their price section, Omega come close but I truly believe Tudor go that extra step and offer something incredible. These ETA models will continue to grow in my opinion, maybe not at the rate of some Rolex models but still at an alarming rate for a Tudor!

2013 Tudor Black Bay ETA Red

The Watch

I remember when I first saw the Tudor Black Bay in person, I always loved the Blue and the Black was classic, but the Red really captured me! It felt different, it looked different on wrist and it just felt like a greater value proposition as how often do you see Red used on watches?! Now certainly it isn't for everyone, but for those that do like it I think you are getting into something very special, rarely seen and something I suspect will continue to go up at an alarming rate in value!

As always, I have to say it, I do not have a glass ball and I cannot read the future! But based on the current trends, I think this will be one of the watches we look back on in many years and wonder how we missed it! The Black Bay range offers incredible value for money and these ETA models have grown in popularity and it won't be slowing down anytime soon that is for sure!

Points of Mention

This watch is sold as a complete set with its box, paperwork & comes with the Tudor NATO too. The watch is in great condition, whilst worn it has been well looked after. The watch was purchased August 2013 and was fully serviced by Rolex in August 2017, proof of this comes with the watch. The watch is running great and the ETA is reliable.

Personal Note

If I was to put my money where my mouth is and purchase an ETA Tudor Black Bay to store away in the safe for 20 years, it would be this red model! I genuinly think it is so different and offers so much in terms of value! But that is my opinion, it is down to you to decide what you like ;)

1973 Omega Geneve Rare Red...

The Watch

I have been eagerly waiting to bring this watch for sale, for those that follow my Instagram you would have seen me showing this one a fair bit! How incredible is that dial? And yes... It's completely Original, it is not refinished or painted! Omega did these dials for the Geneve and Constellation in Red and Green, they are almost a gradiant fume style! This is the kind of dial you will not see often, it certainly won't be for everyone but it is one special dial and looks brilliant on the wrist!

The Geneve range offers a lovely design with an integrated bracelet, which is all the hype right now! They can certainly be found for less than my asking price, but they will not have this original rare dial! These should be over £1000 without question, but the market hasn't caught up to how special this is... Yet!

Points of Mention

This watch is sold as a watch only and comes with no original Omega box or original Omega paperwork. The watch is all original and features a very rare original Red gradiant dial, the watch is worn and comes with signs of wear. The watch is serviced and running well and will come with a 6 month warranty.

Personal Note

If only we could keep them all... This is one of them that I wish I could! How cool is this in a watch group meeting, everyone wearing fun and different stuff and you pull this out! I will so do that at the next watch meet I do!

1927 Bulova Radium White...

The Watch

1927, that is 92 years old! And it is still working, how many things in this world can be 92 years old, still working and actually still a useful and useable thing for us to own? Not many, that is the answer! This beautiful watch features its original dial with radium markers and hands, original 14K white gold filled case which has a hinged case back that allows you to view the movement through a crystal. Overall this watch offers so much Art-Deco styling and vintage design for such an affordable price, certainly on the smaller side for todays watches but it really is wearable despite the size, the case shape and large lugs make it looks at home on the wrist.

Points of Mention

This watch is sold as watch only and therefore comes with no original Bulova box or original Bulova paperwork. The watch is vintage and therefore has signs of wear all over, the case is 14K White Gold filled and is showing signs of age, but overall nice condition with a chip out of the caseback. The dial is completely original with its Radium markers and hands, very rare to find! The watch comes serviced, running well for 92 years old and a 6 month warranty.

Personal Note

This is the issue when you buy what you like, you don't list it for sale for a while... This has been getting enjoyed by myself, I guess owning the company that is part of the perks?! But I am happy to say it now up for sale and that oppertunity to own this incredible piece is up for grabs.

1980s Mido Multi-Star 1849 NOS

The Watch

It is not often you come across a complete NOS (New Old Stock) watch from the 80s, even rarer is it to still feature original red case stickers, original case back and be paired on its original integrated bracelet too! I saw this watch and couldn't resist it, I had to pick it up! Though being NOS I couldn't bring myself to wear it, sure I put it on the wrist for a few photos but it is just too prestine to wear for me. So here it is for sale, for someone to buy and store away and continue its journey of being unworn, or take the plunge, size it up, remove the stickers and put it on the wrist and enjoy it! Part of me is hopeful for the latter, watches are made to be worn, but some to be stored... That is for you to decide!

Points of Mention

This watch is sold as watch only and therefore comes with no original Mido box or original Mido paperwork. The watch is vintage, but it is in NOS (New Old Stock) condition, it still features its case back sticker and still has reminents of the red stickers on the case that would have originally been on from factory. The watch is serviced and comes with a 6 month warranty. 

Personal Note

This watch has probably been sat in a draw and forgotten about for so long, I wonder if any modern watches are recieving the same treatment today and in 30 years we will be snatching them up and being amazed by how mint they are?! I hope so, these gems are what bring some big buzz out of the blue for something so affordable.

1930s ZentRa "Tank" Radium

The Watch

I am sad to see this one go, one from the personal collection, but making room for different watches. I have a 1 in 1 out rule, so I should stick to it! This watch is incredibly interesting as it comes from a German brand called ZentRa, mostly known for pocket watches but a few of their watches appear every now and again. This "Tank" model truly looks incredible on the wrist, it is the cross of a "Tank" with some Reverso charm, sure it doesn't flip like a Reverso, but it certainly gives the same charm for a fraction of the cost! Plus there is something about original radium and especially in Cathederal hands, the watch packs so much charm into a small but wearable case. 

Points of Mention

This watch is sold as was only and therefore comes with no original ZentRa box or original ZentRa paperwork. The watch is vintage and worn and is showing signs of wear with the chrome plating wearing off slightly at the sides, though it isn't as noticeable in person. The dial is completely original with its radium markers and radium cathederal hands. The watch is serviced and comes with a 6 month warranty. 

Personal Note

I'll probably end up buying it back out of regret. Do I need to say more in the Personal Note? Probably not... 

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