Historic, early WWI era men's Waltham wire-lug wristwatch in sterling silver "J. Depollier & Son" marked case; fitted with correct, period canvas strap and buckle. Offered in period English presentation case. Circa 1914.
Outstanding and original men's 1915 Waltham wire-lugged "Trench" watch in solid sterling silver with porcelain dial and correctly re-created strap; featuring period engraving reading "J.H.Randal/Hamilton/Canada/1915"
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.
A stunning timepiece, this early solid sterling silver Rolex Trench wrist watch with its original movement; hallmarked, flex-lug case and what appears to be its original sunburst metal dial with Roman numerals is, in a word, magnificent. Custom-fitted with a correct two-piece black cordovan strap and matching sterling buckle. Circa 1923.
Ladies and Gentlemen, when we speak of fine timepieces, we often lapse into superlatives – "rarest," "best," "cleanest" and "most stylish." In the case of our timepieces, these accolades all happen to be quite accurate. This is the quality for which we are known and certainly the benchmark for Deitrich Gruen.
Men's Illinois dress wristwatch in an oversized octagonal case. Completely restored and fully serviced, this 1928 classic with a rare 17 jewel high-grade movement basks in Deco influence. Awarded to "S.W. Gisriel/from Kennel No. 8/August 17, 1927".
Pristine and powerful, this completely original men's 1928 Elgin wristwatch with factory bracelet band is just the timepiece to transport you back to the bright lights, sloe gin and fast-talking women of the Jazz age.
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.