Men's Illinois dress wristwatch in a magnificent, oversized yellow gold-filled case. Crisp and fully serviced, this 1929 classic with a rare 17 jewel high-grade movement basks in Deco influence. Offered in a period royal blue velvet presentation case.
Considered one of the finest, most sought-after timepieces of the Deco era, this extraordinarily rare men's Deco-era Illinois "Piccadilly" wristwatch in white gold-fill is the ultimate. Offered in an Illinois factory presentation box; Circa 1929.
Remarkably original, this Art Deco era cushion-shaped Waltham — cased in solid gold for the UK market — is the forefather of the modern wristwatch. Featuring a high-grade 21 jewel Riverside movement; offered in a period presentation case. Circa 1930.
Men's Hamilton dress wristwatch in yellow gold fill with new-old stock period strap and matching buckle, in its original factory presentation box — a breathtaking example from one of America's premier watch houses, circa 1936.
Magnificent men's WWII era, dual-register "Olympic" chronograph in a "Machine-Era" snap-back case. Complete with its original, un-restored tri-color dial and "spear" hands – a handsome timepiece for someone of undeniably fine taste.
Men's '50s 14k yellow gold "Flying Saucer" Elgin Shockmaster wristwatch. Over the nearly 20 years we've been dealing in vintage timepieces, one of the many good questions we've been asked is "What constitutes a fine wristwatch?"