Concord was founded in Switzerland in Most watch manufactures associate themselves with a particular automotive brand that best represents their particular look, purpose and quite often lifestyle. The beautiful iridescent white mother of pearl dial and thin bezel make for a watch that looks a bit bigger than the measurement suggests. In theory you only need to correct the date every years. The ultra reliable and accurate Swiss quartz movement with date display is running perfectly keeping great time.

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Thank you for shipping packages with care and security. The Breitling Chrono Cockpit is a more than capable watch that could be worn by almost anyone. The two largest manufacturers of the time were American Waltham and Elgin. Between them close to million watches were produced over a period of close to years. They introduced the quick beat movement to the American market making for a more accurate mechanism. From until the company produced around , watches.

This model is no exception. It was made at the peak of the production and the quality really stands out in the solid 14 karat gold Dueber case.

The entire watch weighs in at a substantial grams, a good amount of that being the heavy gold case. The front, the back and even the case edges have been beautifully hand engraved. Howard watches were made with top quality hard enamel dials and our example is perfect, no chips or hairline cracks. The blued steel hands are also in excellent condition.

Even though this watch is years old we have no problem providing the purchaser with a one year mechanical warranty. These little machines were designed and built to the highest standards. This is the first E. Our retro example dates from the mid to late s. Despite the small rectangular size of The entire case has been fully polished to a mirror finish except for the bezel surrounding the dial that has been left brushed. The Swiss quartz movement in running great keeping the precise time you would expect from a Tag Heuer.

If you are sharp sighted enough the dial has a tiny window at 3: Anyone remotely interested in watches will recognize this watch as a Tag Heuer Monaco. The basic shape may be a throwback to the 70s but the build is definitely not.

The chronograph simply reads like a regular watch with zero elapsed time shown by the small left side register as As an example 2. The brightly polished case and bracelet are absent of any scratches or scuffs. Heuer partnered with Breitling and Hamilton to face off against Zenith.

The Carrera itself was originally designed and launched in by Jack Heuer as the first chronograph not yet automatic specifically designed for professional drivers. He was inspired by La Carrera Panamericana Mexican Road Race; one of the most famous events in auto racing history running only from This venerable movement is equipped with 25 jewels, a 42 hour power reserve and beats at a speedy 28, vibrations per hour a vast improvement from the original Calibre The watch is water resistant to meters, with a screw on display case back and signed black and steel crown.

The Carrera is in original condition complete with box and all paperwork. It certainly has a unique vintage look and I love the embossed logoed quartz emblem on the bezel proudly displaying for the world to see that this watch contains some incredible modern technology.

The trapezoid rectangular block case measures 30mm x 39mm with a beautiful statin finish. The bracelet shows zero stretch or sag and the solid 14 karat yellow gold bezel retains the crisp sharp edges that help define the look. Although the watch was designed with only 2 hands, it has an interesting quick set hour feature allowing you to change hours without affecting the minutes.

Running strong and keeping perfect quartz time the watch comes with the full support of a 1 year Bill Le Boeuf Jewellers warranty. We thought they were crazy back then showing an orange and black watch of massive for the time Available in all black, orange markers or our example A light bracelet refinishing and surface cleaning was all the watch required to rate an easy 9 out of Purchased new from an Ontario authorized agent in August of While it was a slow seller when initially released around it has become a prized collectible among Omega enthusiasts.

This is the first one to appear in our estate section. Sharp, shiny lugs and bezel exhibit only minor evidence of use in the form of some fine scratches. Even the screw on case back still has the red wax factory seal in place as proof the back has never been removed. Compared to a popular watch most people are familiar with like a 40mm Rolex Submariner the Railmaster looks enormous.

At only grams the weight is well distributed and the profile is slim thanks to the hand wind Omega calibre ETA The old school rhythm beating from the 17 jewel movement is music to the ears of those who appreciate the art of a mechanical watch. A fantastic condition, very desirable Breitling Navitimer with the classic black dial.

This nifty little tool can do anything from calculating the tip needed on a restaurant bill, calculate fuel consumption rate or a multitude of other mathematical formulas. Powered by a certified chronometer Breitling Caliber 24 Swiss made automatic 25 jewel movement that features a 42 hour power reserve. The watch is running like new with all functions and features working as designed.

Classic Carrera looks with a large 43mm case and convenient super accurate quartz movement. If you have multiple automatic watches you know the nuisance of re-setting the time and day if they go unworn for more than a few days. With this Carrera you can get it into the watch wardrobe rotation and only need to reset the calendar 5 times per year and adjust the time in the spring and fall. This watch was purchased new in Canada at Tag Heuer authorized agent and comes with its original box and endorsed warranty card.

The original condition watch is in very good condition exhibiting minor evidence of use in the form of light scratches on the case and bracelet. Since inception ORIS has always produced great value watches.

In the early years they produced simple pin lever movements. The beautiful 17 jewel hand wind movement housed within the classic Artelier case although not officially chronometer rated is of very high quality and nicely decorated with Geneva waves and blued steel screws. This ETA manufactured movement in its basic form is shared by some very high end brands like Blancpain, Montblanc and Omega. A no calendar, small 6: The 40mm diameter allows a generous dial size because there is no thick bezel.

The highly polished and faceted arrow markers add some twinkling bling against the guilloche pattern black dial. As an extra bonus a page hard cover ORIS handbook is included. The book is a historical guide detailing the companies achievements and products since founded in The watch is in excellent condition having only been worn for the occasional dressy event.

The original black crocodile grain leather strap is in great shape and the stainless steel case shows its original brushed satin and polished finish. The ultra clean rivetless look adds a sophisticated level of finish without compare. This example model number WGKO is in remarkable condition for a watch manufactured in All the usual areas that show wear look almost like new. The coin edged crown shows zero wear.

Only one link on the most prone area for wear and tear is showing just the tiniest amount of age with a small area where the gold plating is getting thin.

Not a stain or blemish of any kind. It achieves this rate without the use of any thermal compensation circuitry. The secret its remarkable ability to keep such accurate time is the amazing Omega calibre Some manufacturers virtually abandoned traditional mechanical watches in favor of this electronic science. Our example has two factory applied model numbers inside the case back of Not only did this watch hold the title of worlds most accurate watch for decades, it also was the first watch with a jumping time zone feature.

The slightly curved rectangular case is very comfortable and the bracelet links are quite flexible. Even when we were Omega authorized agents in the s we never sold a single example of this watch.

This could be due to the fact it cost about 3 times the cost of most other Omega models. We believe our example to be a one owner example that was originally purchased in Hong Kong. To our knowledge the case and bracelet are in original condition looking practically unworn, showing virtually no wear.

Sometimes a giant, over the top, bulky sport watch can look a little out of place. Beautiful black guilloche dial with arrow head hour markers, a small subsidiary second hand and a very discreet calendar window at 6: Luminous hour plots and hands are surprisingly bright once the light goes out. The watch is in exceptional condition looking pretty much unworn.

There is even some original protective plastic covering the inside of the buckle. Have a look a the neat engine turned finish on the buckle only visible when the buckle is open. The vintage look is popular and the watch collecting hobby is as hot as ever despite the proliferation of new technology smart watches. While modern watches certainly offer some amazing features and abilities they somehow miss the mark in terms of personality and emotional connection.

No battery to run out, no electronic circuit to fail and better overall build quality means they just outlast most modern watches. This Seamaster automatic is a seldom encountered example from the mid to late 70s. This 17 jewel automatic wind movement was used in many Omega watches from the mid 70s well into the 80s. It featured a fully integrated automatic winding mechanism as opposed to just a winding module attached to an existing hand wind base calibre.

They had a half century head start over Rolex and were making around 1 million watches per year, compared to less than , per year from Geneva based Rolex. Bill Le Boeuf Jewellers were the official Omega agent for our area for around 45 years.

This solid 18 karat case Omega dates from around according to its serial number. We just completed a full restoration of the watch including a full technical revision of the beautiful 26 jewel Omega manufactured calibre While the movement was being serviced we also had the dial refinished as the original had become badly discoloured from some surface moisture damage.

The highly polished subtle 18 karat rose gold case is in very good condition with the exception of a couple shallow dings in the case back. These minor impact marks may be able to be pushed out from inside the case back but we have elected to leave them alone.

There are times when a giant, over the top, bulky sport watch looks a little out of place. The heart of the watch is of course a fine quality Swiss made 27 jewel automatic movement that is proudly displayed through the case back window. Comes complete with the original boxes, warranty card, instructions and a one year Bill Le Boeuf Jewellers warranty. By the end of the s Oris was up to employees and was one of the top ten largest watch producers in Switzerland.

Thankfully the Japanese were obsessed with mechanical watches in the 80s and appreciated the quality of Oris movements and cases, eating through their inventory as quickly as they could produce it. In North America Oris have always been a compelling alternative option to the popular and more expensive top of mind brands.

They offer all the quality and performance for a reduced price. This watch is of a generous The light coloured dial provides excellent legibility plus function even in the dark with luminous hour plots and hands. Overall condition is very good showing just the most minor signs of wear on the case and original Oris brown leather strap. However, the realities of life and budgets sometimes get in the way for awhile. Dropping 5 figures on your Holy Grail timepiece is sometimes out of reach.

A good quality estate watch can be the stepping stone to your ultimate timepiece. A Tag Heuer Aquaracer makes a great starting point. Tag Heuer is one of the great Swiss brands with a sporting history going back to I imagine the next owner of this watch is going to be one of two people.

This 25 year old Tag Heuer is the watch to satisfy either person. The plating is wearing thin in sections but the style is classic Tag Heuer and looks quite contemporary. Comes complete with a Bill Le Boeuf Jewellers 1 year warranty.

The brand has some of the most distinct designs around. The watch could also be the choice for the man who wants an edgy looking alternative watch brand. Our example looks unworn. Even the protective plastic case stickers from case back and buckle are still in the box.

The stainless steel case back and titanium buckle are pretty much the only parts that are not made from ceramic or synthetic sapphire. Reduced comes from the fact it measures 39mm diameter compared to 42mm for the Pro. Wearing this watch everyday will ensure it always has around 40 hours of power reserve.

Housed within the stainless steel case is a recently serviced December Swiss made automatic 46 jewel Omega calibre , based on an ETA The model year Speedy is in fantastic condition having only occasionally been worn since the major service less than 2 years ago. The watch is still covered by the factory warranty until December 17 after which time Bill Le Boeuf Jewellers one year warranty will kick in.

This slightly smaller size Speedmaster is a little easier to wear and they also look great on a woman. Technology tends to make things smaller and more efficient. Despite their tiny size these watches were easy to read in dimly lit, smoke filled restaurants while sipping on your Tequila Sunrise or Harvey Wallbanger.

This little Bulova was made in the late s and looks as good today as it did when new. The crystal on this watch is just that, a sapphire crystal. A synthetic sapphire crystal is far harder than traditional plastic or glass. A simple glass crystal would never survive the type of life a wrist watch was exposed to. The case is made from solid 14 karat white gold, the lug diamonds are quite large and good SI-IJ quality. They add a whole new jewellery dimension to the watch. The only blemish is a small ding on the case edge.

Where do I begin…. The bracelet is secured to the case by 8 countersunk screws. Each of the adjustable sizing links is removable by a screw just like a Rolex not a rivet to be seen.

Black ceramic one way ratcheting minute timer bezel. The hands and applied dial markers glow with luminous pigment encapsulated in tiny glass tubes. Beautiful black guilloche dial. They were a major manufacturer of high quality high precision pocket watches in the United Stated. They were instrumental in setting standards of accuracy to be observed by all railroads in order to avoid disasters.

Before electronic time keeping technology railroad grade watches all had to be within 30 seconds of the precise time. This was quite an accomplishment for the late s. All Speedmaster Professional Moonwatches have seen significant increases in value over the past few years.

The complete package includes 2 substitute nylon straps, a handy tool for removing the spring bars, 4 replacement spring bars, a 4 times power eye loupe, over sized medallion replica case back, large travel case and foam lined outer box. The only watch that passed the arduous testing was the Omega Speedmaster.

Not a screw has been turned in the full length bracelet. The two extra straps that come included with the package have never even been removed from the original plastic sleeves. All of these photos are from the last like new Speedy that passed through our estate department.

Buying a new example at your local Omega boutique in the U. I must apologize for the poor quality of photography in this post. The shiny finish, glossy black dial and curved synthetic crystal add up to a diabolically difficult watch to take a picture of at least for a point and shooter like me.

Trust me when I say the watch presents itself in person much better than these pictures show. By those standards this automatic winding Capeland diver is fairly pedestrian. Less can be more, especially when it comes to a purposeful sports watch like this.

Two large luminous hands point out the time with glow in the dark hour markers. A small subsidiary second hand at 6: A smooth concealed threaded crown and case back keep everything nice and dry to a rating of over feet. Our latest estate example is a trifecta of rarity. Look for it on your genuine Cartier. The essence of timekeeping could be expressed in the MontBlanc The large balance wheel is shock protected and runs at a relatively slow but ultra reliable 18, cycles per hour.

These durable movements have been know to run for well over a decade between service cleanings under some pretty extreme conditions. Modern watertight cases and ultra refined lubricants help extend the overhaul intervals many times over what the designers intended. The endorsed warranty and instructions are part of the complete package. That should be plenty for the typical recreational diver who is not likely to exceed much more than feet. Overbuilt in almost every way the 44mm watch also is equipped with an automatic helium escape valve.

I love the diagonal shape of the bracelet links and the fact that each one is secured with 2 screws. Very good overall condition with a fresh full service from Bill Le Boeuf Jewellers done in January At a time when pure function could have made the difference between life and death, a supremely accurate, reliable, durable and legible tool was an essential instrument for early pilots. For a mechanical watch a long power reserve can make them much easier to live with.

It has never been polished or refinished in any way. After being awarded his 5th consecutive world driving title things really got rolling with the marketing power behind the Schumacher name. Various named models and numbered editions came out every year honoring the racing legend. A 24 hour dial with broad arrow hand sits at the 9: A handy tachymeter scale outlines the bezel.

This simple scale allows quick calculation of units per hour. It shows well and is in good freshly refinished condition. An automatic Omega modified Valjoux movement housed within the 39mm stainless steel case has been recently serviced keeping excellent time with all functions working as designed.

As far as bang for the buck goes this has to be one of the best kept secrets in the watch world. You could easily spend many multiples of our estate price to get something new of similar quality to this Swiss Army automatic chronograph.

The movement powering this watch is the venerable 25 jewel Swiss made Valjoux , not the Swiss or Chinese made clone movement.

This complicated mechanism was developed over 40 years ago and has powered many great brand such as Omega, Tag Heuer, Breitling, Longines and many more. This watch was purchased new from Bill Le Boeuf Jewellers in and is covered by the factory warranty until Easy to read dial with a 44mm case size make this watch a most functional timekeeper.

Excellent overall condition and comes complete with the original packaging, instructions and endorsed warranty card. The s were a popular time for chronograph equipped wrist watches. High speed international jet travel was now possible and the space race was on.

The blue tachymeter scale printed on the dial is a feature many service watches would have had. The handy scale enables the user to calculates units per hour within a range of 60 to While Zenith may not be a household name they are well known for producing some of the finest mechanical watch mechanisms. In they produced the El Primero automatic chronometer chronograph that is still in use today by many high end watch manufacturers.

At some point the dial has been professionally restored to look like new. Polished Arabic and arrow shaped hour markers are the essence of legibility. Zenith chronographs from this period are not very common and usually seen in solid gold. They are very unusual in stainless steel.

Stainless cases are far more durable than gold and are in keeping with the pure functional intention of this watch. Tag Heuer have been a leading manufacturer in luxury sporting watches with a focus on automotive racing for many decades. The Breitling SuperOcean A should be up to the task.

The pressure at such a depth is almost pounds per square inch. The class standard black dial with luminous hands and Arabic hour markers prove easy to read at a quick glance under all lighting conditions. It came equipped from the factory with a synthetic sapphire crystal, one way ratcheting bezel indexed for 60 minutes, threaded crown and case back. Certainly worn but definitely not worn-out the watch exhibits some signs of wear and tear. Comes with our Bill Le Boeuf Jewellers one year warranty.

In the late s he drove his Bentley race car to 3 straight wins at the 24 Hours of Le Mans race. Ladies watches have historically been designed as pieces of fine jewellery, from the cocktail watches of the 20s to the modern Chopards.

On the flip side, the many ladies sport watches have been clunky, heavy and utilitarian. Although we have an appreciation for a watch that uses only the finer materials available, and certainly realize the need for a useful hearty tool watch.

It featured an easy to read highly luminescent dial, usable unidirectional bezel and all the benefits of a meter dive watch. The nine segment link bracelet differs from the gents with its integrated sliding buckle clasp.

Our example shows some scratches on the case and bracelet. Some of the domed links have slightly flattened centre sections. Certainly worn but far from worn out the watch looks great with honest patina. You may not know the name but you know their work. Their El Primero automatic movement almost single handedly saved the mechanical watch in when the quartz revolution started gaining ground.

Traditional manual-wind watches were pretty much all that was available since the second world war. It took Zenith 7 years to develop this 31 jewel movement masterpiece. They were first introduced as a continuation of the series in It was used so little that there is still some protective plastic film on the inside of the buckle fold.

In the early years they produced simple pin lever hand wind movements. Our latest estate Oris offering is the Big Crown Date. That name pretty much sums it up. Damasko is a German watch company that specializes in the manufacture of mechanical watches. They pay special attention to refining and improving current designs, adapting these changes into their production focusing on durability and longevity. Their full story can be seen at www. The threaded case back and crown ensure watch resistance to feet.

A bi-directional bezel can be rotated to show a second time zone. If an over engineered, extremely well made mechanical chronograph appeals to you give the Damasko DC66 Si some thought.

This makes the watch resistant to magnetic forces that can drastically affect time keeping. Beautiful case and dial designs with interesting features are what to expect from Frederique Constant. There are many dual time watches available that are capable of displaying two different world times at once. No evidence of any use can be seen.

Frederique Constant produce many beautiful automatic movements that they love to display through exhibition case backs. Water tight to meters, threaded crown, screwed on case back, locking buckle, luminous hands and dial markers.

Finding a quality automatic Swiss watch in this sort of price range can be a difficult thing. The large crown makes time and date adjustment a snap. The majority of their creations have a look straight out of the fighter cockpit. All function under all situations.

A tiny calendar window at 4: The thick tan leather strap remains stain and blemish free. All the original packaging is here along with instructions, endorsed warranty card, strap changing tools and the high density fitted foam box liner. The orange alligator is the one to get if you really want to rock the look. Although the original 2 year warranty has recently expired, Bill Le Boeuf Jewellers is matching the factory warranty providing our own in house 2 year warranty from date of purchase.

Not a household name but a name that deserves respect. It was a gutsy move for the then 50 year old Raymond Weil but it worked out pretty well. The 37mm Tradition is a great example of this philosophy. This durable movement has been serving duty in some very prestigious brands for more than half a century.

The sweeping second hand and calendar are useful additions to any daily wear watch. In fact I bet there are more custom modified Rolex watches with diamonds than factory originals. Omega watches however are seldom modified aside from perhaps changing a dial colour and maybe a different set of hands. All the other Seamaster features are still present including curved sapphire crystal, helium escape valve, water resistance to feet, luminous hands, luminous markers, threaded crown and case back.

The Baume and Mercier Riviera was first introduced in the early 70s. The Riviera line was relaunched in and our XXL certainly pays tribute with its radial finished dodecagonal bezel mirrored by the high polished steel case. On a smaller scale the four black bezel screws and signed threaded crown are 6 sided miniatures of that theme.

The very legible white dial features luminous roman numeral dial markers and hands with an outer rim seconds counter for the chronograph function. The Riviera is in like new condition with its original black rubber strap and push button, double deployment signed clasp. Purchased from Birks at the end of the watch is accompanied by its original inner and outer box, manual, warranty cards, and receipt.

Also accompanying the watch a one year Bill Le Boeuf Jewellers warranty. The beautiful iridescent white mother of pearl dial and thin bezel make for a watch that looks a bit bigger than the measurement suggests. The tank shaped case has been the Cartier look for about years. This shape has really become synonymous with the brand.

This movement has a perpetual calendar built in. In theory you only need to correct the date every years. Cartier Tank Francaise Chronoflex is an intermediate size that either a man or woman can wear. The case is quite thin for a chronograph and the curved case is super comfy for a smaller arm.

This watch is in excellent original condition. The case has never been polished or refinished still retaining all the factory applied brushed and polished sections. Our talented master watchmaker just performed a full technical revision on the movement including cleaning, original gaskets and water resistance test. A fresh battery every few years should be the only service requirements for the next decade or more.

CV2A11 is from and is in like new condition having been worn on only a couple of occasions. If a train was even five minutes off schedule it could come barreling down the tracks through a station where another train was loading up on coal or dropping off passengers; you can imagine the destruction that would follow.

This example may be a little more desirable for our domestic collectors as the 10 karat gold filled Fortune case was made right here in Canada. The high grade 21 jewel B movement was the first watch Hamilton equipped with their Elinvar Extra hairspring made from a specialty alloy for added accuracy.

The 2nd pocket watch is an Elgin model B. A general overhaul and replacement of the readily available mainspring and it will be good to go for decades to come. This is one of last examples of a railroad approved watch. After the introduction of more modern electronic watches in the s followed by ultra accurate quartz watches in the s the traditional mechanical pocket watch was phased out.

A white dial with black numbers fully indexed for minutes and a bright day glow orange hand make for a very purposeful design.

The small date window at 3: The stainless steel, gold plated case is equipped with a screw on case back and crown guard. All three watches are being sold with an unknown service history and in as is condition. This is a notable and important watch that is seldom encountered.

Back in Omega celebrated their th year of operation and picked the Speedmaster to commemorate this achievement. The moon landing was still fresh in peoples minds and everyone had space fever. This watch captures the spirit and style of that moment in time. It is said that Omega only produced just of these watches.

This example came to us from its original owner, in its original condition, having never been opened up or previously serviced. Although it was working, the movement was bone dry and the original rubber O ring case gasket had turned into a gooey black mess. Overall condition is very good, it does show some minor scuffs and scratches on the case, bracelet and crystal appropriate for a 44 year old watch.

Momentum is a Canadian brand that hand assembles their watches in Vancouver British Columbia. The Innerspace dive watch is a whole lotta watch for very little money. You get a very high meter water resistance rating, high torque rotating bezel timer, screw down crown, solid link bracelet with screwed together links, divers extension located under a flip lock buckle. The minute hand is further distinguished by its day glow orange outline.

The watch is in very good overall condition showing a few small scuffs and a few tiny dings in the bezel. Complete with endorsed warranty card, instructions and the original nifty high density foam lined metal box. Renowned for its high level of accuracy and precision model Even today a stylized form of the claws can be found on current model constellations.

The modified ETA A2 is a robust design with an excellent reputation of longevity and performance. A central sweeping second hand and easy to read calendar display bring an extra level of functionality to the dressy design. I especially love how the buckle compresses in length making for a very comfortable wearing experience. An applied 18 karat yellow gold Omega logo is the only clue there even is a concealed buckle.

For a smaller arm this feature will be appreciated. This simple analogue tool allows the user to calculate the distance of an event based on sight and sound over a period of time. Powering the Pilot is the 31 jewel in house manufactured calibre El Pimero. The clear display back proudly shows off the movement and its tiny balance wheel that oscillates at an amazing cycles per hour.

Bill Le Boeuf Jewellers just performed a full mechanical overhaul of the watch. Never refinished in any way.

Included with purchase is our one year mechanical warranty. Some styles just age better than others. This vintage Omega Seamaster from is a great example of a timeless design. The big Manufacturers were all fiercely independent producing their own proprietary movements. If you wanted an accurate watch, it was going to be Swiss and it was going to be a pretty expensive thing to buy.

Although this watch is a Seamaster we do not warranty it water resistant due to its vintage nature and non threaded crown. The crown has been replaced with a genuine modern logo Omega replacement. Included with purchase in a one year Bill Le Boeuf Jewellers warranty. Even though Breitling have been around since and are one of the most popular brands for sporting and pilot watches, they have never produced their own movements. Instead they modify and upgrade existing high quality mechanisms from Swiss suppliers like ETA and Valjoux.

Breitling also certify every movement leaving their factory is compliant to chronometer specifications for accuracy. The watch is in like new condition having never been polished or refinished in any way. The entirely bright finish is almost perfect.

Just a few inevitable small scuffs and scratches can been seen on the case and bracelet that have come with careful occasional use. The rich burgundy dial with beautiful complimentary champagne chronograph registers give this hard core sport watch a more dressy look.

The bracelet can be adjusted to fit a wrist of up to almost 9 inches. The watch is looking great and functioning like new. Vintage Carrera and Monaco watches have seen amazing increases in value lately with prices well into 5 figures. This was the watch to have for the professional racer or bench racer fan. The name Autavia is a blend of the words automotive and aviation. The chorograph feature is very useful in both pursuits while the 2nd time Greenwich Mean Time function is far more useful for the pilot or world traveler.

Our example still retains the uber rare original red chronograph registers. The automatic calibre 14 movement is running well with all the functions working as designed.

This example is the Seamaster co-axial chronograph It was only occasionally worn by a long time Bill Le Boeuf Jewellers client who has many other watches he wears in rotation. The head is absolutely perfect. The navy blue ceramic bezel is fade proof and many times harder than the old anodized aluminum inserts. A glossy blue dial has replaced the old wave textured dial for a more sophisticated and mature look.

There are so many fantastic watches available. Many with rich histories going back more than a century. In fact, more than a few Swiss brands have been producing timing devices for longer than there have even been wrist watches. Ulysee Nardin is certainly worthy of consideration to anyone looking for an amazing watch with a great history of producing some amazing time pieces. Before the digital world of GPS positioning, knowing where you are relied on precise time, a clear star filled sky, a sextant and quite a lot of operator skill.

In keeping with their nautical timing history the Ulysse Nardin Marine Chronometer offers all the features one would expect from a rugged and durable watch.

This circular dial acts similar to a fuel gauge displaying how much of the approximately 60 hour power supply is remaining. A transparent sapphire case back window proudly displays the mechanical marvel powering the Maxi Marine.

Is brown the new blue? When is comes to watch dial colours brown has been surprisingly popular among people who appreciate high quality watches. They feature exclusive case designs, dials and bracelets. A threaded crown and case back insure water resistance to meters.

The slightly curved synthetic sapphire crystal is scratch free. Our goldsmiths can remove this ever so small blemish in less than a minute. The Omega Speedmaster was initially developed as a sport and racing chronograph but became famous when it was selected to be worn by the astronauts of the Apollo 11 mission to the moon. In the early 70s the 44mm futuristic case design was considered to be quite large and could be quite cumbersome.

This exceptional watch was milled from a single block of Swedish stainless steel, then pressed and tempered a total of sixteen times. Overall very good condition and original, the Douglas DC-8 jet is still clearly visible on the back. The dial and hands are in perfect original condition.

There are many great brands in the world but when two famous luxury brands collaborate on a product the results are amazing. Most watch manufactures associate themselves with a particular automotive brand that best represents their particular look, purpose and quite often lifestyle. Ferrari was the perfect match for Panerai in the s.

Both Italian, both purpose driven, both exclusive and both brands perhaps a little off the wall and quirky. Their watches and cars and not designed with everyone with mind. The unique cushion shaped case measures 45mm diameter and comes with a 90 degree locking crown, screw down pushers and curved synthetic sapphire crystal.

The watch is a limited edition run of pieces dating from approximately The watch comes complete with original wooden box, instructions, never installed black rubber strap, warranty booklet and screw driver.

The watch also comes with paperwork and warranty card from a different Panerai model. It seems as though the original retail agent mixed up the paperwork. Ferrari and Panerai are no longer collaborating on watches making this watch just a little more collectable. The original crocodile strap is showing some wear but is still in good condition.

Flattering for all figures, mysterious and just a little bit racy. The little black dress is all occasion neutral, always makes you feel comfortable and confident while looking at the top of your game. This ceramic and stainless TAG is the little black dress of watches; its bold and very fashionable. Model WAH is powered by a Swiss made quartz movement that is running flawlessly keeping excellent time.

The small city is nestled in the Jura mountains just a few kilometers from the French border. The fresh service will provide the new owner with years of trouble free service backed up with Bill Le Boeuf Jewellers 1 year warranty. Bill Le Boeuf Jewellers just performed a full overhaul to this watch in July The watch is running great as the Vibrograph timing results show a plus 4 second per day accuracy rate.

They originally manufactured high quality pocket watches in Lancaster Pennsylvania U. Our large size 48mm diameter BelowZero Model H is in excellent overall condition. It comes with a brand new never worn original rubber strap and buckle. The original strap is included that shows some wear but is still very functional. Way more than just a pretty face. Bead set throughout the case and hinged lugs are 60 old European and single cut diamonds weighing over 1 carat all of very good VS-FG quality.

When the hinged case back is opened a tiny mechanical work of art is revealed. A 17 jewel hand wind Swiss movement made by Lorie watch co. Diamond jewels are almost never seen in any type of mechanical watch movement let alone a tiny little ladies watch. The watch is keeping great time and comes with our 1 year Bill Le Boeuf Jewellers warranty. We just completed a full technical revision of the movement August so the watch should be good for many years of trouble free service.

The case measures 14mm wide x 40mm long. Pilots have always considered wristwatches as more of an instrument or tool than an accessory.

In Alberto Santos Dumont was challenging the Wright brothers for achievement in aviation. The basic shape has changed little since that time but the scale certainly has. This example WU2 measures a substantial 38mm not including the crown X 51mm.

Modern technology and materials also allows for the use of a much more durable synthetic sapphire crystal and corrosion resistant L stainless steel. The rubber crystal frame and strap are something the first Cartier never possessed.

Our one owner example comes with a few very expensive accessories. The Santos design is a iconic Cartier model that has become their hallmark. The Santos brings the style nicely into the 21st century. People sometimes interchange the word chronograph and chronometer. The movement is also tested at different temperatures and must still maintain a strict accuracy rate.

BA is both a chronometer and a chronograph an even more rare combination. The balance of the watch has a flat brushed finish resulting in a sophisticated understated look. The black dial with fine vertical tuxedo stripes is particularly attractive.

This watch was purchased new in June of Over the past 25 years the watch has remained pretty much the same but the specifications have evolved to an even higher degree. The bracelet is now as good as any available. Gone are the bushed rivets connecting the adjustable links in favor of a screw caps that lock a solid steel bar. The matt finish embossed wave pattern dial has been replaced with a beautiful gloss black finish.

Simple printed logo and dial markers are now silver framed and individually applied. The aluminum bezel insert has also been upgraded to fade proof and super scratch resistant ceramic. The current Seamaster is now a no compromise timepiece able to compete with any model from any manufacturer. Our example was purchased new from an authorised Canadian agent July and comes complete with all of its original documentation, instructions, warranty card and even the original bill of sale.

The foam lined outer box is also perfect. Only under microscopic scrutiny can any evidence of wear be seen. The balance of factory warranty is in place until July This blue dial blue bezel WA with the original stainless steel bracelet was the upgraded version to the early composite case and rubber strap models. Looking at this example is like looking at new old stock. The split pin rivets are intact and the tritium dial still has some glow left with perfectly matched red framed hands.

These little watches are genuinely capable sports watches. When new they were warrantied water resistant to meters. They had a ratcheting 60 minute bezel and that Rolex Jubilee inspired bracelet with locking buckle and divers extension. In they produced a tourbillon equipped watch that held the accuracy record for over ten years. The 25 jewel Swiss made Sellita SW automatic movement is running flawlessly.

Its visible through the clear display case back beating to a quick 28, cycles per hour. Two small cut outs in the dial reveal the day the week and month of the year. Very different from most of the estate watches we have. The watch was only purchased in January and is in like new condition.

He was also a journalist, poet, artist and is considered a bit of a folk hero. A threaded crown and case back ensure water resistance to feet. A curved synthetic sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating makes a super legible dial even more defined.

Included with purchase is the original box, instructions, booklets and warranty card valid until January Omega have some of the most desirable watches around. They have since become their own distinct model focusing on high precision movements and sophisticated design. Our solid 18 karat yellow gold example dates from and measures That size may sound small but lacking a thick bezel allows for a large dial making the watch appear and feel larger.

A classic silver dial with stick markers and tapered hands help produce a look that was popular 60 years ago and continues to this day. A light surface polishing was all that was needed to make it look like new.

Once in a while a watch comes in that defies its age. The original silver dial shows almost like new. Many times dials become stained, oxidized, discoloured and just tired looking. Often when these watches are serviced the dials are restored by stripping and refinishing them. They may look clean and fresh when refinished but collectors prefer to see them original, even if they are showing a little patina. There are no visible service records etched inside the case. Back in the 50s Omega could avoid some duties and save a few dollars if they imported the movements and later had them cased by an American supplier.

If polished enough these cases begin to reveal the base metal underneath especially on the lugs. This 32mm case size shows almost like new. There is not a single section where the base metal is showing through. The crystal although not original is scratch free and the crown is a more contemporary genuine Omega replacement. They had the formula correct back then on how to make an attractive dressy watch.

Subtle vintage looks that come with a our one year mechanical warranty. He set up in Biel, Switzerland and was fairly successful as he worked innovating water resistance technologies.

Eventually the financially troubled company was purchased by Swatch group. Swatch mostly used Edox as a movement maker for some of their other brands until the mid 80s when they relaunched the brand in Les Genevez, Switzerland.

Since then they have been working to regain brand recognition. The Iceman III features screw down case back, crown, and pushers located on the opposite side of the case for comfort. The hefty watch measures 45mm in diameter and is made from high grade blackened stainless steel with a scratch resistant sapphire crystal, rubber strap, and blackened steel fold over buckle. With its carbon fiber dial and hash mark dial markers also accented in blue the Edox Iceman III is a lot of watch for your money.

Finding a classic Swiss chronograph without spending a fortune is getting more difficult all the time. The Carrera was introduced in the mid s and was arguably more popular than the benchmark Rolex Daytona of the period. It was standard equipment on many wrists of automotive sports participants, especially in rally car racing.

Even today the Carrera looks the same as it did over 50 years ago. While our example comes with the original solid stainless steel bracelet with locking buckle, the watch looks equally handsome with this never worn leather strap included with purchase. Our example is in good condition. The previous owner wore it all the time. Cartier is among the most notable in the jewellery business when it comes to luxury products. Blued steel hands, blue cabochon stone on the end of the crown, 5 segment link bracelet executed in solid 18 karat yellow gold and stainless steel have all been steadfast iconic Cartier design elements.

Their relatively new calibre squarely places Tag-Heuer at the forefront of modern watch making technology. The 39 jewel column wheel chronograph movement is a miniature mechanical masterpiece that comprises of individual components working in perfect coordination. Sophisticated, a pleasure to operate and beautiful to look at through the display back. It still has a few shipping stickers covering the inside of the buckle.

The 43mm case looks even bigger due to the large face and lack of thick rotating bezel. Black dial with rose gold tone Arabic hour markers give the watch a decidedly more dressy look. Needless to say the watch is absolutely perfect, no scuffs or scratches of any kind. Comes complete with the original box. Bill Le Boeuf Jewellers is matching the factory 2 year warranty for the new owner.

Breitling have a long history dating back to There are a few styling details that connect this modern example with historic Breitlings. The simple large exposed crown is very easy to use and operate without the guards seen on almost all contemporary diver watches. The arrow shaped hour hand was a popular style decades ago along with the mesh look bracelet. The previous owner purchased a replacement bezel just in case the original becomes too blemished. When I picture a Breitling this is the watch I see; high polished solid stainless steel case accented in 18 karat yellow gold bezel studs.

That famous angled pilot bracelet with angled double locking clasp all high grade steel. A clean white dial accented with gold trimmed roman numerals makes for a slightly dressy look. There is some wear showing on the gold plated pushers and screw down crown. The Chronomat Crosswind is powered by the ever reliable Swiss made 17 jewel Valjoux running at 28, vibrations per hour with a 42 hour power reserve that is keeping great time.

The Breitling measures 42mm in diameter making it large but not uncomfortably so. Almost every watch brand has made a yacht timer model. The traditional 12 hour 3 register chronograph functions like any other stopwatch with in use. The watch is in virtually new condition showing little to no wear. Running great and keeping excellent time with all functions working as designed.

This watch has just undergone a full service overhaul in June from Toronto area authorized Omega agent Bandiera Jewellers. Big sporty gents models are what gets all the attention around here from most people. The Carrree is an elegant design that looks like it could have been made 70 years ago. Jet black Breguet style hands re-enforce the classic look.

Modern materials and manufacturing techniques allow far better water resistance levels too. This Swiss movement first saw service over 25 years ago and has proven itself in far more expensive models than a Frederique Constant.

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