Seiko 6139-6010

The Seiko 6139-6010 aka “Bruce Lee” with brown export dial and unpolished case was not only one of the first automatic chronographs worldwide but also spotted on the wrist of Kung-Fu legend Bruce Lee.

The piece has an unmolested dial and is in fine condition.

this watch was sold!

Royal Oak 56023ST

This Royal Oak 56023 in stainless steel from the early 80s was manufactured by Audemars Piguet in a pretty small production. It´s excellent caliber AP reference 2506 is one of the finest quartz caliber on the market and with only 7mm is it one of the thinnest Royal Oaks ever produced.

The case in stainless steel as well as the bracelet are in absolutely top condition with razor sharp lugs and perfectly brushed bezel (measurements are 35mm horizontal without crown and a case diagonal of 36mm).

The all original piece has a unmolested perfect dial with the sought after old AP font, small “tapisserie” and long indexes. The condition is like new.

There´s also to mention the particular clean handset and the huge integrated bracelet (18,7cm inside) with folding clasp imprinted with the AP Logo. The engraved case number on the caseback is clear and sharp.

The watch was serviced recently (2020). It comes with a AP travel box.

this watch was sold!

Art deco Universal Genève

This rare Universal Genève from the late art deco era has a contrasting two-tone sector dial and a blued second hand. With 36mm and a sharp case in stainless steel has the piece great wrist presence and is comfortable to wear. The watch is original in all parts and both numbers on it´s case back are clearly readable. Inside is ticking a excellent running UG caliber 267 movement that was previously checked by a watchmaker.

This collectible dresswatch comes on a matching new leather strap.

this watch was sold!

Deepstar w. original bracelet by Lorenz

This authentic Aquastar Deepstar with brown patina or better known as tropical dial comes together with it´s original bracelet by Lorenz. This late Lorenz/Aquastar execution, approximately from the late 1960s/1970 with an unsigned crown was retailed by Lorenz on a bracelet in stainless steel that shows their own logo. The rare diver has a sharp case, a beautiful handset and the overall condition is absolutely great. All numbers and engravings on the back case aswell as the Aquastar signed bridge inside are clearly readable. The movement itself is a clean Valjoux 23 and is perfectly running in all functions.

this watch was sold!