Considered one of the most desirable American-made wrist watches, the Illinois "New Yorker" the very tactile embodiment of the Deco Movement. This example, in white gold fill, features an original dial and factory enameling. Circa 1929
Stunning and original 23 ruby jeweled "B.W. Raymond" wristwatch by the Elgin National Watch Company, one of the finest timepieces ever produced and the first railroad-approved wrist watch. Offered in its original factory presentation box. Circa 1961
One of the most attractive timepieces to emerge from the Mid-Century movement, this men's LeCoultre "Memovox" alarm watch features hour, minute, sweep second and alarm functions in a stunning case. Circa late'50s.
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".