Other Vintage Watches

With so many watch brands that have come and gone into existence, it’s hard to find a place to store them all! From the independent brands of yesteryear to the once heralded but not forget maisons, here is a list of all the models and brands we hope to keep alive in our collective memory.

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November 05, 2020

Clebar Valjoux 7733 Chronograph

This Clebar features the venerable Valjoux 7733 in a cushion shaped case with a rotating 60 seconds bezel. A solid combination that was used by many brands of the day.

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November 04, 2020

Gallet Multichron Pilot with Valjoux 72

This 38mm in diameter, external bezel, pilot watch was introduced in this form during the 1960s and is one of the most substantial chronographs Gallet ever produced.

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November 02, 2020
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2011 IWC Portuguese Chronograph

The 3714 is the modern standard for the Portuguese and defines the look and feel of the line still to this day.  

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November 02, 2020
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Cartier Ballon Bleu

It is hard to think that the Cartier Ballon Bleu was just released in 2007. The watch became an icon overnight and is still one of the watches to have for both men and women.

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November 01, 2020
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Movado HS288 Tempo-Matic

Movado, meaning “always in motion”,  was Founded in 1905 by Achilles Ditesheim who had been making watches since he was just 19 years old.

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Winning bid: $820.00
October 29, 2020
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Enicar Jump Hour Automatic

The Enicar Jump Hour Automatic was produced in the 1970’s and features a digital readout on an automatic watch.