• Chopard Mille Miglia Speed Black 3 Chronograph Chopard Mille Miglia Speed Black 3 Chronograph
    This is a stunning Chopard Mille Miglia Gran Turismo Limited Edition Speed Black 3 is the 3rd series of the collection to be presented in all black theme which is limited to 1000 pieces worldwide. The black DLC coating gives the watch a shiny black look rather than the matt black PVD look. The watch is large at 44mm across making a great sports watch. This watch new would have cost £8500 from the Chopard Boutique and only a couple of pieces were given to each country.  
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    Iwc Military Mk 11 1952 Iwc Military Mk 11 1952
      This an absolutely stunning British Military RAF IWC MK 11 Pilots watch dated 1952. The original MOD black dial with applied arabic numerals and tritium markers and military markings are in excellent condition.
  • Jaeger Le Coultre Military RAF 6B/159 1956 Jaeger Le Coultre Military RAF 6B/159 1956
    This is a Very Rare Air Ministry RAF White Jaeger LeCoultre Pilots 6B/159 watch dated 1956. The original MOD White dial with applied arabic numerals and  markers and military markings are in excellent condition. The original hands and the manual wind movement is signed Jaeger LeCoultre. The case back markings are A.M. (6B/159 4698/56), the stainless steel case measures approximately 36mm and the Military Strap is a universal fitting. The watch has been fully serviced by our in-house watch technician and comes with a full 12 months written warranty.  
  • Omega 14k Gold Constellation 1960 Omega 14k Gold Constellation 1960
    The Omega Constellation is a superb timepiece, having remained in continuous production since the early 1950’s and one which  has always represented Omega’s most luxurious Precision Chronometer timepiece.  When launched and through the 1950’s and 1960’s, the Constellation was more prestigious and expensive than the equivalent Rolex Oyster Perpetual and came with a much finer movement.
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    Omega 18k Gold Constellation 1966 Omega 18k Gold Constellation 1966
    The Omega Constellation is a superb timepiece, having remained in continuous production since the early 1950’s and one which  has always represented Omega’s most luxurious Precision Chronometer timepiece.  When launched and through the 1950’s and 1960’s, the Constellation was more prestigious and expensive than the equivalent Rolex Oyster Perpetual and came with a much finer movement.  
  • Omega Military RAF 6B/159 56 Omega Military RAF 6B/159 56
    This an absolutely Superb British Military Omega RAF Pilots watch dated 1956. The original MOD White dial with applied arabic numerals and  markers and military markings are in excellent condition. The original hands and the manual wind movement is signed “Omega 16 Jewels 9740842. The case back markings are A.M. (6B/159 1721/56), the stainless steel case measures approximately 36mm and the Military Strap is a universal fitting. The watch has been fully serviced by our in-house watch technician and comes with a full 12 months written warranty. In 1956, a large number of surplus 6B/159 pilot watches originating from WW2 were modified and re-issued to the RAF by the Ministry of Defence (MoD).  
  • Omega Military RAF 6B/159 56 Omega Military RAF 6B/159 56
    This an absolutely Superb British Military Omega RAF Pilots watch dated 1956. The original MOD black dial with applied arabic numerals and  markers and military markings are in excellent condition. The original hands and the manual wind movement has been signed “Omega Swiss 16 Jewels 8738538. The case back markings are A.M. (6B/159 2404/56), the stainless steel case measures approximately 36mm and the Military Strap is a universal fitting. The watch has been fully serviced by our in-house watch technician and comes with a full 12 months written warranty. In 1956, a large number of surplus 6B/159 pilot watches originating from WW2 were modified and re-issued to the RAF by the Ministry of Defence (MoD).  
  • Omega Military RAF 6B/159 56 Omega Military RAF 6B/159 56
    This an absolutely Superb British Military Omega RAF Pilots watch dated 1956. The original MOD black dial with applied arabic numerals and  markers and military markings are in excellent condition. The original hands and the manual wind movement has been signed “Omega Swiss 16 Jewels 9848650. The case back markings are A.M. (6B/159 3480/56), the stainless steel case measures approximately 36mm and the Military Strap is a universal fitting. The watch has been fully serviced by our in-house watch technician and comes with a full 12 months written warranty. In 1956, a large number of surplus 6B/159 pilot watches originating from WW2 were modified and re-issued to the RAF by the Ministry of Defence (MoD).
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    Omega British Military RAF 6B/159 Omega British Military RAF 6B/159
    This an absolutely Superb British Military Omega RAF Pilots / navigators watch dated 1943 The Original Factory white dial has a nice patina with applied arabic numerals and markers, with the original blued hands. The manual wind movement is signed “Omega Swiss 16 Jewels 9739388. The case back markings are A.M. (6B/159 A4541), the alloy case measures approximately 33mm and the Military Strap is a universal fitting. The watch has been fully serviced by our in-house watch technician and comes with a full 12 months written warranty. After WW2 the MOD found these watches to be so Robust and accurate that they decided to re-case the Omega movement into stainless steel cases hence the Omega 56 and variants.
  • Omega Military W.W.W. 1945 Omega Military W.W.W. 1945
    This is an Superb British military W.W.W watch from 1945, the watch has the original MOD black dial with applied Arabic numerals and radium markers are in good condition, the hands have been relumed and the manual wind movement is signed Omega Swiss 15 Jewels the movement is the robust 30T2, the case back markings are W.W.W Broad Arrow Y17815-10682014, the stainless case measures approximately 35mm, the military strap is a universal fitting web. The watch has been fully Serviced by our in-house watch Technician and comes with a full 12 months written warranty. Only around 25,000 Omega W.W.W watches were made for the British army during world war two, at least half of these would have been destroyed on D day, good original examples of these watches are very sought after by Collectors and can often be difficult to find.
  • Omega Platinum and Diamond Pocket Watch 1934 Omega Platinum and Diamond Pocket Watch 1934
    This is a beautiful and simply stunning Omega Platinum and Diamond Pocket Watch from1934, it would have cost a small fortune at the time. Just imagine, we had just come out of the worst recession in history and were about to go into the worst war in history.  This watch has survived it all.  
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    Rolex 14k Gold Perpetual 1961 Rolex 14k Gold Perpetual 1961
      This is a simply beautiful example of the Rolex 14k Gold Oyster Perpetual Chronometer. These watches are rare from 1961 and would cost have cost a fortune. This watch is in superb original condition and has a had a full service by our in-house watch technician and comes with a full 12 months written warranty, the watch is also accompanied with an original vintage Rolex Presentation Box inner and outer.

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