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And I don't recall loosing many at auction, at least at a half way sensible price.
The last English Keyless watch I bought in was 5 weeks ago and it is 8 weeks since I got a high grade American watch in.
Benson "City", 15J Half Hunter, English Silver, 1938. English Pocket Watches E786 PA & Guye for the Junior Army & Navy Stores, Silver 15J Half Hunter,1899 665E676 Rotherham for Aldred, Silver 19J 1900 425E710 Rotherham, Silver 19J 1899 400E757 Rotherham for Spiridion, Silver 7J Half Hunter,1891 360E750 Roskell (Coventry made), Silver 13J 1895 370English Verge Fusee, Fusee Lever & Key Set Watches E787 Russell Fusee, Silver 11J Hunter,c1880 475E781 Row, Pair Cased Verge Fusee, Silver 0J 1862 425E782 Unsigned English Fusee, Silver 9J 1876 320E784 LWC - Graves "Express" English Lever, Silver 7J 1900 275 J. Only 7 watches acquired in the last 3 weeks - not good.
"Silveroid" is the trade name of a Nickel Alloy, in this list I use it generically to cover all variants such as Ore Silver, Silveroid etc. Stock at Brackley is also available online but is listed separately. Apart from 3 or 4 lucky finds there has been little of note since Christmas and the better watches have been rather too expensive.
From Kembery Antique Clocks Ltd you can expect a genuine vintage watch with a written 12 month guarantee which has been serviced to a high standard. A black leather strap with an Omega gold plated pin buckle. The Seamaster De Ville model was made from 1963 to 1967. A silvered dial with gilt batons and hands with a date aperture to 6. Case width 34mm Click here to view detailed image 1 Click here to view detailed image 2 Click here to view detailed image 3 Click here to view detailed image 4 Click here to view detailed image 5 Click here to view detailed image 6 An IWC Schaffhausen wristwatch. A classic 18K gold case with hallmarks to the lugs. A silvered dial with gilt baton numerals and outer dotted track for the sweep seconds. A stamped 18K gold case with Helvetia mark and shaped back, made by IWC. Mechanism stamped with an import mark 'HOX', showing the watch was made for export to the USA.
Postage & Packing is free of charge to our UK customers, delivered on a day of your choice and is fully trackable. Arabic numerals to the dial with subsidiary seconds marked 'Shock Resisting'. A stainless steel case with original winding crown and stamped Seamaster case back. The Seamaster 30 is named due to its 30mm movement and is held in high regard. A gents 1970 Vintage gold plated cased Omega Geneve. A 9K gold case in a classic style, hallmarked for London 1954. A slim 9K gold case with well shaped lugs, hallmarked for 1965. A silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds. A silvered dial with gilt 'pencil' hour markers and Dauphine hands, typical of high quality and elegant IWC watches.
Sometimes it is easy to answer, and sometimes it is impossible.A stainless steel oyster bracelet to the case, ref 16570. Original Rolex box and papers, including purchase receipt. £ 2500 (US$ 3206) (Euro 2953) Vintage 1939 wristwatch. £ 1100 (US$ 1410) (Euro 1299) A 1984 Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date wristwatch. A blue dial with subsidiary date and sweep seconds. A black dial with arrowhead hour markers and sweep seconds. A circa 2010 gents Cartier Tank Francaise automatic wristwatch. An adjustable inner bezel and blue hand for setting to a different time zone. Cadmium yellow chronograph hands, which were optional extras when purchased. £ 2675 (US$ 3446) (Euro 3157) Click here to view detailed image 1 Click here to view detailed image 2 Click here to view detailed image 3 Click here to view detailed image 4 A gents 1969 vintage Omega De Ville. Click here to view detailed image 1 Click here to view detailed image 2 Click here to view detailed image 3 Click here to view detailed image 4 Click here to view detailed image 5 Click here to view detailed image 6 A 1936 Omega wristwatch. A caliber 861 manual wind Omega mechanism with serial numbers dating to 1970 and case reference 145.014. A gents 1970 Omega Geneve 9K gold manual wristwatch. A silvered dial with Arabic numerals to the quarters and an inner sweep seconds track.A signed automatic caliber 3186 chronometer mechanism. The original 'honeycomb' finish dial with arrowhead markers. A stainless steel case, model ref 3675 and serial number 89235. Inner case ref 12324 and marked 'Dennison for Rolex'. A signed automatic calibre 1030 automatic mechanism of high quality with decorated detailing, 25 jewels. £ 2250 (US$ 2884) (Euro 2657) Click here to view detailed image 1 Click here to view detailed image 2 Click here to view detailed image 3 Click here to view detailed image 4 Click here to view detailed image 5 A gents stainless steel Tudor Oyster. A two-tone stainless steel case with double folding concealed clasp. A silvered guilloche dial with blue steel hands and date aperture. Box and booklets and in as new condition as little used by previous owner. £ 2350 (US$ 3013) (Euro 2775) Click here to view detailed image 1 Click here to view detailed image 2 Click here to view detailed image 3 Click here to view detailed image 4 A 1961 gents Omega wristwatch. Case width 33mm £ 495 (US$ 637) (Euro 584) Click here to view detailed image 1 Click here to view detailed image 2 Click here to view detailed image 3 Click here to view detailed image 4 A 1969 Omega flightmaster. Subsidiary dials showing the 'tropical' brown colouring. A caliber 910 17 jewel Omega manual wind mechanism. A slim stainless steel case with the original winding crown. The power reserve indicator to the top of the dial is an interesting feauture.After Louis Brandt's death in 1879, his two sons Louis-Paul and Cesar, troubled by irregular deliveries of questionable quality, abandoned the unsatisfactory assembly workshop system in favour of in-house manufacturing and total production control.Due to the greater supply of manpower, communications and energy in Bienne, the enterprise moved into a small factory in January 1880, then bought the entire building in December.Some companies (as with the Gruen Watch Company), even lost rocords to fire or other natural disaster. I am sure they had no idea that their timepieces would someday be collected.There are several ways to get an idea of when your watch was made.As this is a retirement business I keep my turnover below the VAT registration level so that I am not required to charge VAT on sales saving customers inside the EU at least 9% but this does mean that there is no reduction for customers in other countries. The only good news is that I have been able to buy a few nice Fusee watches (and a good few that have problems which was not good news) and that I managed to built stock before the fly fishing season started.News of particularly interesting pocket watches for sale and short posts on horology related subjects are available on my Facebook page (just click “Like” below if you are on Facebook), many of these are also available on my Blog together with some longer articles. Oxford Pocket Watches on Facebook Oxford Pocket Watches Blog.For our International customers please email us and we can give you a competitive postal quote which is also fully trackable. A stainless steel case ref 2238 and serial number 22869. A 'midsize' gents or ladies watch, case width 29mm. An original Rolex winding crown and 9K gold Rolex buckle. £ 350 (US$ 451) (Euro 416) Click here to view detailed image 1 Click here to view detailed image 2 Click here to view detailed image 3 Click here to view detailed image 4 Click here to view detailed image 5 A gents 1970 Omega Speedmaster Professional Mark II wristwatch. A silvered dial with Arabic numerals at quarters and a sweep second hand, covered by an Omega glass. A gilt dial with gilt baton markers and sweep seconds. A DS&S mark on the case indicating a David Shackman & Sons case, who were case makers for many Swiss houses of this period. A silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals and center sweep seconds. Mechanism and case serial numbers date the watch to 1949/1950.If you would prefer a different leather strap colour than shown we can change it for you! The original silvered dial with blued steel hands and seconds. A 15 jewel mechanism marked Rolex with case and mechanism ref 415. A gents 1969 Vintage Omega automatic Geneve wristwatch. A brushed and polished stainless steel case and original Omega bracelet, along with Speedmaster case back and original winding crown. IWC have had various collaborations with Tiffany, however a wristwatch such as this is rather more rare due to limited numbers and the period in which it was made.