Old Vintage Watches for Men You Can Sell Right Now. Part I
We have been buying old vintage watches for many years and through that time have seen many exceptional timepieces that are undoubtedly worthy of being collected. Some of them are extremely rare; some are not so. However, all of these stunning high-end watches represent true marvels of fine watchmaking, which makes them highly desirable by luxury watch fans and connoisseurs of Haute Horlogerie alike. The following list includes some of the most interesting old vintage watches for men you can easily sell for cash right now.
1. Movado Calendograph
Movado timepieces are not only cool black dial watches as we know them today. Founded in 1881, this company actually has numerous stunning designs in its past, and the Calendograph is one of them. This old watch looks especially stunning in a stainless steel case complemented by a rose gold bezel and a two-tone dial.
2. Rolex Oyster Army
This stainless steel Rolex with a cushion-shaped case and salmon dial is undoubtedly one of the most interesting old vintage watches to buy, which allows you to get cash for it almost immediately. The fact is that only nearly 3,000 pieces of this unusual model were produced during WWII and, as you might have already guessed, to find the one in good condition is not that easy today.
3. Hamilton Pocket Watch Conversion
Not all connoisseurs of Haute Horlogerie like pocket watch conversions. However, it is still the best way for many to comfortably wear a truly historical timepiece. Thereby, if you have a pocket watch conversion, you can easily sell it for cash, especially if it comes to authentic vintage Hamilton timepieces.
4. Tudor Adviser Alarm
It’s not a secret that Tudor has a whole range of high-quality old vintage watches created in the 1960s – 1970s, but the Adviser Alarm is perhaps one of the most interesting. This stainless steel mechanical watch is distinguished by its red hand used for setting the alarm time and also its second crown required for winding a vibrating alarm mechanism.
5. Omega Constellation ‘Pie Pan’
If you like new Omega Globemaster luxury watches, you should know that this model was actually inspired by vintage Constellation timepieces with a so-called ‘Pie Pan’ dial distinguished by its outer edge dropping away. Such watches produced in the 1960s – 1970s are pretty collectible, so to sell one of them for cash is not a problem.
6. Heuer Autavia 11630 GMT
All vintage Heuer Autavia watches are in high demand today, and this excellent model with a GMT bezel is not an exception. With its red and blue 24-hour rotating bezel and a bright yellow GMT hand that can be moved by rotating the crown, this stunning old watch is definitely a worthy addition to any collection.
If you have any of the above old vintage watches for sale, fill in our free appraisal form right now! We will be happy to acquire these iconic timepieces and are ready to pay top dollar for them!