Men's 1915 Cyma/Tavannes Trench Watch


Men's WWI wire lug "Cyma/Tavannes" trench watch in solid sterling silver "Dennison" marked case, featuring a correctly re-created black cordovan strap and matching buckle, circa 1915.

Men's 1929 Illinois Piccadilly Watch w/Box


Considered one of the finest, most sought-after timepieces of the Deco era, this extraordinarily rare men's Deco-era Illinois "Piccadilly" wristwatch in yellow gold fill is the ultimate. Offered with one of our black cordovan straps and in a period Illinois factory box; Circa 1929.

Men's 1943 Gruen Precision in Solid 14k Yellow Gold


Uncommon, extremely desirable men's solid 14k gold Gruen Curvex in factory presentation box, circa 1943.

Men's 1935 Gruen Precision Dress Watch


Handsome men's Deco era Gruen Precision in stunningly original condition – cleaned, oiled, calibrated and ready to be admired. Circa 1935.

Men's 1950 Bulova Dress Watch w/ Original Band


Stunning, completely original Men's Bulova wristwatch with perfect pearlescent dial, circa 1950.

Men's 1922 Gruen Dress Watch in Sterling Silver


Men's stunning, fully restored early Deco Gruen wrist watch marked "Watch Specialties Co." in sterling silver with magnificent restored dial, stained glass hands and custom-fitted cordovan strap. Offered in a bespoke presentation box, circa early '20s.

Men's 1918 Tavannes Signal Corps Trench Watch


Astonishing, historic WWI-era military wire lug Tavannes Signal Corps. wristwatch. This exceedingly rare military example features a period 24 hour porcelain military dial, stained glass hands and a hinged-lug case. Fitted with one of our correctly re-created two-piece straps in black cordovan, with matching sterling buckle.

Men's 1930 Illinois "Guardsman" Dress Watch


Magnificent men's Illinois "Guardsman" wristwatch in white gold fill and enamel in period Bakelite jeweler’s box; fitted with black cordovan strap and period buckle, circa 1930.

Men's 1918 Illinois Trench Watch w/Black Dial


Both stunning and historic, this WWI era black-dialed Illinois timepiece; housed in an impressive “Fahy’s Oresilver” case, fitted with a correctly hand re-created black cordovan strap of the era is a work of tactile wrist art. Circa 1918.

Men's 1924 Majestic Wittnauer Silver Watch


Men's fabulous solid sterling silver Deco-era "tank" style Majestic/Wittnauer wristwatch in remarkably crisp condition, fitted with a fine cordovan strap and offered in a period jeweler's presentation case. Circa '20s.

Men's 1936 Hamilton 'Lowell' 14k Gold Dress Watch


Absolutely outstanding example of Deco panache, this exceedingly rare, solid 14k yellow gold Hamilton “Lowell” dress watch has fantastic lines and a classic pearlescent dial – making it the perfect work of wrist art – circa 1936!

Men's 1908 Illinois Bunn Special RR Pocket Watch


Magnificent 18 size, railroad-grade "Bunn Special" by the Illinois Watch Company, featuring a solid nickel, 23 ruby jeweled, fancy two-toned damascened movement and rare Montgomery railroad dial. Housed in a stunning gold-filled case. Circa 1908

Men's 1925 WWI Submarine Presentation Watch


Exceedingly handsome, historically significant and original sterling silver wire-lug wristwatch with WWI Submarine Warfare-related engraving, circa 1925.

Ladies' 1920 LeCoultre Rare Niello-Inlaid Watch


Stunning and rare example of the art of niello enameling in this ladies early 20th century wristlet watch, circa 1920.

Men's 1898 Hampden Hunter Cased Railroad Pocket Watch


Early and impressive men's 18 size, 23 ruby-jeweled hunter-cased Hampden "Railway Special" railroad grade pocket watch featuring a magnificent high-grade movement, porcelain dial and handsome yellow gold-filled case. Fitted with heavy gold-filled chain sporting a solid gold 25 year fob given by the Order of Railroad Telegraphers. Offered in a custom-fitted presentation box.

Men's 1919 Elgin Oversized Trench Watch w/ Strap


Exceedingly rare, completely original oversized WWI Elgin trench watch. Measuring a full 38mm in diameter, this "6" size silveroid timepiece is one of the largest examples of the era. Featuring a correctly re-created two-piece black cordovan strap and matching buckle. Circa 1919.