A swiss made Elgin chronograph from the 1970s with a panda dial and shown in exceptional condition.
A classic Longines dress watch from the 1970s with sporty elements that keep the watch contemporary in its styling.
A deep blue sunburst dial paired with a pop of yellow on the center seconds hand and original finish cushion case make this Mathey...
The Heuer Reference 12 is a model that seems to slip under the radar due to its similarities to the earlier Pasadena models.
Produced in a limited run of just 182 watches the Zodiac x Worn & Wound Super Sea Wolf Limited Edition brings 90s sneaker styl...
A Minerva chronograph from the 1950s with a silver two register dial that is powered by a Valjoux 22 movement.
The Gallet MultiChron is among the most revered and iconic chronographs ever produced and this is a fantastic example.
A modern Tissot with classic styling that was given an early nod by the Hodinkee team with a value proposition write up in 2014.
The first Bvlgari Diagono was introduced in 1988 as the definitive sport model within the company's model range. In fact, the name...
A rare Pie-Pan Constellation produced exclusively for the Japanese market years after the end of normal pie-pan production.
A new old stock example of a cushion-cased Bulova Sea King from 1969 with its original bracelet and sales tag.
A Heuer Carerra from the mid-70s with a killer blue and white 'panda' dial and a manually wound chronograph movement.