Completely original men's solid 14k yellow gold Jules Jurgensen wristwatch with sleek, Minimalist/Retro design; fitted with genuine crocodile strap and offered in factory double-boxes with guarantee booklet. Breathtaking! Circa Mid-Century
This Elgin National Watch Company timepiece, circa 1902, contains one of the finest railroad-grade pocket watch mechanisms available in the day: a solid nickel, 23 ruby jeweled "Veritas" with solid gold jewel settings; gold train and jeweled motor barrel. Offered in a period presentation box.
Sterling 1919 Omega wire-lug wristlet watch awarded from the R.O.T.C. at Presidio, San Francisco, custom-fitted with a military-style black cordovan strap and offered in a period-correct presentation box.
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.
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.
Early, completely original WWI era Rolex wristlet "trench watch" in solid sterling silver hinged case; custom-fitted with a two-piece black cordovan strap and matching sterling buckle. Hallmarked Glasgow, 1923.
Both stunning and historic, this WWI era black-dialed timepiece, housed in a solid sterling silver integrated shrapnel guard case and fitted with a correctly re-created strap of the era is a work of tactile wrist art. Circa 1918.
Exceedingly rare, completely original oversized WWI Elgin trench watch. Measuring a full 38mm in diameter, this silveroid timepiece is one of the largest examples of the era. Featuring a correctly re-created black cordovan strap and matching buckle; Circa 1918
Time-Capsule fresh, this astonishingly rare 16 size, 23 ruby jewel Ball-Illinois comes with original tag, sales receipt and inspection card for the New York Central Railroad. Offered in what we believe to be its original box, circa 1928.