IWC 3506 Ingenieur SL

This reference is the midsize version of the Ingenieur SL that was designed by Gerald Genta, the “father” of the Royal Oak and Patek Philippe Nautilus. The large steel case, the bezel and the integrated bracelet with folding clasp; -there’s no doubt that these design characteristics came from the same man.

This 3506 Ingenieur by International Watch Co. or simply IWC is approx. from the mid 80s. The stylish grey ‘millimeter dial’ has a sporty look, the unpolished case with 34mm and bracelet are executed in stainless steel. All parts about the watch are the original ones. It´s dial and handset have warm patinated original Tritium only.

The IWC automatic caliber 3753 is running perfectly and has recently received a fresh service.

A rare gem that will fit wrists up to a circumference of 18cm.

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All original Longines Grand Prize glossy dial

This very special model with super glossy black dial and gilt typo comes together on it´s original strap from the 1960s. The patinated tritium dots and an unpolished 35mm stainless steel case are rounding it up. Inside is ticking a absolutely smooth running Longines automatic movement that was previously checked by a watchmaker.

This untouched and all original piece has a signed leatherband with buckle.

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Longines Calatrava 1940s

The big original dial with small second has a beautiful warm patina. This piece has some stylistic fondamentals like a simple font for the hours and the minimalistic blued-steel hands.

The “Calatrava” watches, introduced in 1932, were inspired by the Bauhaus principle. This is a great example of this period with well balanced design in every single aspect.

Dating to the 1940s this classic model measures 35 mm, which is unusual big for this decade and it has a lot of wrist presence. The stainless steel case is very fat and has sharp edges.

The manual wind caliber 12.68 movement is running strong and has been serviced recently.

This timeless Longines comes on a handcrafted brown leatherstrap.

2450 €

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Heuer Camaro 7220T exotic dial / approx. 1968

The Camaro 7220 has both, sporty DNA combined with timeless elegance. This particular variation, the 7220T with exotic dial is one of the rarest Camaros and a true grail. About the condition: Here we have a unmolested dial with sharp writing and perfect warm patinated tritium handset on one hand, and a crisp case with its original sunburst finish (and clearly readable ref.: 7220 and serial: 174XXX) on the other.

Powered by the legendary Valjoux72 is it running in all functions as it should and was also checked by a professional watchmaker previously. The bridge of the clean movement is correctly signed Heuer-Leonidas SA.

This fine chronograph comes with its original Heuer buckle on a grey blue racing strap.

this watch was sold!