Rolex GMT Master 1675 Cornino Pepsi vintage 1960. 40mm stainless steel case. Swiss T<25 matte grey dial with matching creamy hands and lume plots. Fitted to a stainless steel 78360 oyster bracelet with 580 end pieces. Our example has the much rarer "pointed" Cornino crown guards on the case as In the early 1960s they featured these very special and unusual pointed crown guards. Nicknamed the “El Cornino” by collectors for its horn-like appearance, The Cornino had a short production from 1959 to 1965 making it a huge rarity in today’s market. Finding El Cornino in this super sharp condition is virtually impossible with minimal polishing . The pointed crown guards are what make these examples so attractive and demand a premium above the normal crown guard models. Powered by a cal 1560 butterfly automatic movement. This 1675 is an extremely collectable model from the GMT range as they are only becoming harder and harder to find especially in such fantastic condition as you can still see the original Rolex chamfers on the shoulders of the watch case proving the watch has had minimal polishing. Manufactured 1960, 593**** serial number.
Our Ref : 1620
Vintage Omega 132 dress watch with a larger 34mm solid 9ct gold case. Champagne dial with applied batons. Fitted to its original genuine Lizard skin Omega strap with an original gold Omega buckle This watch is in beautiful, original condition and is particularly rare to come across an example with its original box and papers. UK Supplied new in 1982
Vintage 1959 Enicar 30 Sherpa Dive 314962. With the larger 40mm stainless steel case, plexiglass glass. Original dial & hands and the uniquely shaped seconds hand, original Sherpa case back and crown. Powered by an automatic Enicar movement. This rare model is a certain investment piece especially when you consider the condition of our example is virtually like new for a 60 year old watch with its ultra sharp case and original dial & hands as they were often replaced if they were subject to a more harsh life! (WATCH ONLY!)
Vintage Rolex Datejust 1601 with a 36mm stainless steel case. Sought after silver "Pan Step" dial with applied baton hour markers, with stainless steel hands and sharp fluted bezel. Fitted to the original Stainless steel Jubilee bracelet with polished centre links and brushed fold-over links with double folding clasp. Powered by an automatic movement. Our example is in fantastic original condition and is a must have if you are looking for a great investment. Our watch was produced in 1971 with 327*** serial number. (WATCH ONLY!)
Rolex Precision with the rare “coin edged” case. 34mm 9ct gold case, ivory dial with applied gold Arabic numerals. Fitted to a brown leather strap with gold Rolex buckle. This is without doubt a collectors item with no other for sale on the market today it is a fantastic investment opportunity, especially with our example still having its totally original original box and papers. Our one owner example is in fantastic condition and dates back to Dec 1961 to where it was first sold in the UK.
Rolex Day-Date president 18038 with a solid 36mm 18ct Yellow Gold case. Pure white dial with yellow gold Roman numerals, solid 18ct gold fluted bezel. Sapphire crystal glass. Fitted to a 18ct yellow gold president bracelet with the classic double folding crown clasp. Our watch is in fantastic condition with no stretch the bracelet which is usually a common occurrence with the President bracelets. Comes with box, booklets, swing tags and leather wallet. Unfortunately we do not have the original stamped guarantee papers. Supplied new in 1985, 898**** serial number.
Rolex Oyster Quartz Day-Date with a solid 18ct gold 36mm case, fitted to the unique oyster quartz brushed and polished 18ct gold bracelet. Champagne dial with gold baton hour markers, gold fluted bezel. The Rolex Oyster Quartz is now certainly one of the most desirable quartz watches ever made. With a distinctive retro 70′s style it is thought that fewer than 25,000 watches were ever made and the Day-Date being the rarer of the Oyster quartz models is one of the most limited ranges in Rolex’s production history! Our piece comes complete with all original box and Papers booklet, wallet, both swing tags including the original serial'd swing tag and an abundance service history from Rolex with the last service being completed in September 2014. Supplied new in May 1984
Rolex Submariner date Steel & 18ct gold bi-metal 4omm stainless steel case, solid 18ct yellow gold bezel, black insert, original matte black Swiss T<25 dial with sapphire crystal glass. Fitted to a 18ct yellow gold and stainless steel oyster bracelet with double folding clasp. The bi-metal submariner has got to be one of Rolex’s most iconic sports watches. Ever since the discontinuation of this watch the prices have climbed and are continuing to do so! This pristine example was UK supplied new in 1987 & comes with all boxes & papers, booklets, swing tags, serial swing tag and two official Rolex service documents, the last being 2011. This watch even has the original purchase receipt when it was purchased new at Zales jewellers for just £2070!
Rolex Precision with the rare "coin edged" case. 34mm 9ct gold case with a rare "H.L Brown" dial who were and still are official Rolex agents based in Yorkshire. This unique print on the dial is certainly a rare factor! A vintage submariner which shared its dial with the dealer name was to commemorate the jewellers becoming an authorised Rolex dealer, experts expect it to fetch between £50,000 - £70,000 at auction! This is without doubt a collectors item with no other for sale on the market today its a fantastic investment opportunity. Our example is in fantastic condition and dates back to 1955 with 247*** serial number.
Rolex Oyster Perpetual vintage Air-King 5500 with the very rare "Herringbone Sector" Dial. 34mm stainless steel case, smooth bezel and ridiculously rare herringbone dial which features a ridge / grooved 3D dial with raised dagger head hour markers, 3,6, 9 Arabic numerals. Original sword shaped hands and steel blue'd seconds hand. Rolex Air-King 5500’s were made for over 35 years however in the first few years they were made with many unique and rare dial configurations until they were set to standard uniformed dials in the early 1960s. Our dial is arguably one of the rarest of the bunch with none on the market today with few known to existence. The 5500's were produced with the 1520 / 1530 calibre movement, our watch is powered by the calibre 1530 movement. Our immaculate and original example was manufactured in 1958. 374*** serial.
Vintage Omega Jumbo dress watch with a larger 37mm solid 18ct rose gold case. Ivory dial with rose gold batons with Arabic 12 and small seconds positioned at the 6 o clock position. Fitted to a black strap with a gold Omega buckle This watch is in beautiful, original condition and is particularly rare to come across a vintage dress watch in this era with such a large case size.
Vintage Rolex Datejust 16030 with a 36mm stainless steel case. Pure white dial with stainless steel hands, applied baton hour markers with the date displayed at the 3 o clock position, engine turned bezel. Fitted to a Stainless steel Jubilee bracelet with polished centre links and brushed outer links with double folding clasp. Powered by an automatic movement. Our example is in as new condition having just returned from a full service and refurb. Our pristine example was produced in 1986 with 895*** serial number. (WATCH ONLY!)