My Collection
Longines Conquest - A classic automatic from the 1950s. This was Longines’ effort to compete with Rolex and IWC. This watch is antimagnetic, waterproof with the outstanding Longine C.19A, 19 jewels, monometallic screw balance, self-compensating flat hairspring and “TriShock” shock resistance. This watch features a stainless steel case with gold markers and hands. The back has an enamel fish on it.
Longines “Suiza” - An interesting handwound watch from the 1940s. Teardrop/crab claw lugs frame the simple SS case. The hands are blued. Probably made for the South American market.
Omega Constellation - Pie Pan dial with original silver crosshairs and large "stealth" arrowhead markers. Omega Cal.505 w/ swan's neck regulator. Adjusted to 5 positions plus temperatures. Full rotor automatic
Omega Seamaster Chronometer - 24 jewels, Cal.564 adjusted to 5 positions and temperatures. Complete with original “beads of rice” bracelet. Dated from 1968 a certified chronometer.
Omega Seamaster - a handwound classic, with gold arabics on the corners and gold long thin arrowhead hour markers. A rare early Seamaster with a full subseconds dial.

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