The Rolex Daytona Ref. 6265 with matt black sigma dial is in excellent condition. Measuring a modest 37 mm a perfect size for a chronograph. Back in the day a lot of jewelers could not sell them, nobody was interested. Now a lot of vintage watch lovers are seeking the perfect one.
The No Radiobino is a brand new Squale watch, built in a vintage, NOS case from the 1950s, signed “Rayville”. When historic military dive watches were made available to the general public, the radioactive lume was left out. This was marked through a “No Radiations” stamp on the dial. We bring an ode to this piece of history with the No Radiobino.
A Royal Oak with a twist! This Day-Date from Audemars Piguet in the attractive gold/steel version, is very popular now. The dial, grey petit tapisserie we find balanced and very subtle, despite the functions. An English day, date, and moon phase.
This yellow-gold Daytona with reference 16528 is from 1999. The five digit reference Daytona’s were introduced in 1988. This generation got a lot of updates compared to its predecessor. The movement became an automatic one, not developed by Rolex. The origins of this automatic chronograph movement can be found at Zenith; the cal. 4030 is a highly modified El Primero movement.
Although this Longines Ref. 5681 navigator’s watch is extremely special in its own right, it is its provenance that makes it truly exceptional.
The story starts in World War II. A young man by the name of Willem Geerling is drafted and takes part in the aerial battles over Rotterdam, trying to defend the Dutch city. An effort for which he was later decorated.
This is the Nautilus Ref. 3800/1 from 1992. The very first Nautilus was introduced in 1976 as the Ref. 3700. In 1980, a women’s size and a midsize version were added to the lineup. This is that midsize variant.
Type XX dating from 1958 was commissioned by the French airforce, intended for aerial navigation. This is why you will find watches from several brands carrying ‘type’ as a name. This was not thought up by the brands themselves but was merely an indicator of military spec.
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