Mido Watches – Vintage Mido Watches – Mido Watch

Mido watches favorite among the watch collectors of the world today. The Mido watch history goes back more than 90 years to 1918, when the company stated. Mido was born on November 11, 1918 by George G. Schaeren in Biel, Switzerland. Mido is a Latin term that means measuring. Since its very beginning, Mido has been in the vanguard of technical innovation and timeless designs. View Watches »

Eberhard Vintage Watches

Eberhard Vintage Watches success story is preceded by consistent deployment of advanced technology, painstaking craftsmanship and, not least, by observing that long tradition of superior workmanship which has made Swiss watchmaking a household name. View Watches »

Vintage Hamilton Watch

A Vintage Hamilton Watch to suit your individual preference may be selected from a number of beautiful cases and dials. Some are simple, graceful and chaste. View Watches »

Gruen Watches

In the mid-1920s Gruen the largest and most successful watch manufacturer in the United States. The US had at that time a flourishing watch industry. Companies like Gruen, Hamilton, Bulova, Elgin, Waltham and Illinois served the upper market segment, and Swiss imports were often located with few exceptions in the low-price segment. View Watches »

Enicar Watch

The story of the Enicar Watch, Manufacture d'Horlogerie Enicar SA began in 1914, with the watchmaker Ariste Racine accountable for the foundation of the watch manufacturing facility in La Chaux-de-Fonds. Enicar business aim was the production of lever watches with a wide palette of movements ranging from 4 to 17 lignes. View Watches »

Vintage Eterna Watches

1856. that was yesterday...Baudelaire was gathering his "Fleurs du Mal" Darwin tracing man's descent from the apes, Karl Marx pondering his "Manifesto"; Wagner's "Lohengrin" enriched the world of music, and the Suez Canal was under construction. 1856?   View Watches »

Corum Watches

Swiss watchmaker Rene Bannwart founded the Corum watch brand in 1955 with his cousin Simone and her father Gaston Ries. Corum designs sophisticated, fresh, highly imaginative and innovative watches. The Corum Charge D'Affaires was the first model unveiled, featuring a mechanical movement with alarm function. View Watches »

Vintage Cyma Watches

Cyma Watches range included wristwatches of the most diverse characteristics - such as the shock-proof watches, which had a safety cover above the vulnerable crystal glass, these watches were supplied to soldiers in 1915. They were superseded by the "waterproof" versions. View Watches »

Casio Vintage Watch

Casio was one of the first producers of digital watches and is known to incorporate many features in small wristwatch (stopwatch, digital compass, altimeter and barometer, thermometer, GPS, digital camera, remote control). View Watches »

Dunhill Watches

"It must be useful. It must work dependably. It must be beautiful. It must last. It must be the best of its kind" the words of Alfred Dunhill, creator of the now broadly diversified luxurious goods producers and retailers bearing his name. View Watches »

Vintage Cartier Watch

Every day more people are learning to appreciate a quality Vintage timepiece. Jewel amongst them all the Vintage Cartier Watch offers style and luxury in time keeping, it sure makes a great investment. View Watches »

Vintage Bulova

Bulova launched in 1897 by Joseph Bulova, an immigrant from Bohemia, was at some point the largest watchmaker in America. It is most well-known for the Accutron watches, in the sixties, NASA asked the company to channel its Accutron efforts into developing computers for the Space Program. From the 1958 launch of Vanguard I to the first moon walk on July 21, 1969 Bulova's Accutron timing mechanism were an important part of space technologies. Also noteworthy are Bulova's 1920s and 1930s Excellency range watches, as well as their highly collectible doctors' watch (circa nineteen thirty) and also the Charles Lindbergh Lone Eagle watch (1927). View Watches »

Breguet Watches

Breguet, icon of classic watchmaking and pioneer of numerous function and design trademarks since 1775. No introduction needed, Breguet, Swatch Group flagship brand - No. 1 world watch and owner of Blancpain, Omega or Tissot to name a few - and well known passionate and beautiful watchmaking. Named one of the greatest watchmakers of all time - if not the largest, Breguet designs and produces high-end watches ranging from two needle parts with high- flying complications - minute repeater, tourbillon ... View Watches »

Girard Perregaux Pocket Watch

Two big names began to write the history of this manufacturing at the end of the 18th century: Jean-Francois Bautte and Constant Girard. The first was born in Geneva in 1772 and at the 12 years of age and worked as an apprentice and became an expert in the various trades related to the watch and jewellery. From 1791 he already signed his watches and his talent transferred the borders of handicraft because it also had excellent commercial skills. He created its own manufacturing and manufactured watches, jewellery, automates and music boxes. It is considered as one of the inventors of the extra-thin watch. In addition, opened a jewelry store in Geneva which won the praise of the writer Alexandre Dumas, Balzac and Ruskin, and among its clients included illustrious figures of European royalty. View Watches »

Rockford Pocket Watch

Rockford Watch Co. produced a small number of high-grade watches. This company had a major focus on railroad watches and many watches are labeled "RG" for Rail­road Grade. View Watches »

Ingraham Pocket Watch

Mighty reliable timekeeper, Sentinel Autocrat, in gleaming chromium plate with smart outside black enamel numeral dial. Also has the much desired rotary set and indicator bay. Other Ingraham pocket watches models are: Viceroy, Dixie, Ingraham, Vogue, Pathfinder, Panther, Clipper, Pilot. View Watches »

Ingersoll Pocket Watch

The revolutionary success of the reliable low-cost quality British Ingersoll Pocket Watch was accomplished by turning a formerly crafted and hand-finished product into a mass-produced item, distributed through an progressive and large-scale implement of advertising. View Watches »

Hebdomas Pocket Watch

Hebdomas was one of the producers of eight-day pocket-watches on the late 19th century along with Cortébert, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Longines, and Arogno. Its name "Hebdomas" seams reflects the nature of the watch; Hebdomas means week in Latin. Most Hebdomas eight day pocket watches have the distinctive exposed balance. The movements of the Hebdomas eight day pocket-watches were of good quality and they are very much look after by collectors. View Watches »

Gruen Pocket Watch

The Gruen Pocket Watch represented the finest traditions of guild craftsmanship. The Gruen Verithin - were a striking example of that craftsmanship which has made Gruen Guild Watches pre-eminent among those days' finest timepieces. View Watches »

Hampden Pocket Watch

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B.W. Raymond

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Elgin Pocket Watch

The Elgin Pocket Watch embraces many grades of watch movements on all of superior timekeeping quantities. The grades differ in price according to the cost of construction- each grade being the best watch value for money. View Watches »

Howard Pocket Watch

E. Howard is one of the fathers of American watchmaking. The Howard pocket watch is a favorite today amongst collectors of watches because they made watches that looked like nobody else's watches. View Watches »

Colibri Pocket Watch

The Colibri pocket watch is among those notable symbols of that refined epoch. Featuring the best craftsmanship to its timekeepers, the Colibri pocket watch was the sophisticated gentleman’s most important accessory. Indeed, it has been noted that just members of the aristocracy and upper class could possibly afford and thence purchase a Colibri pocket watch. View Watches »

Burlington Watches

Burlington Watches were a watchmaker's masterpieces, adjusted to the second, to temperature, to isochronism, to position ( the challeges in horology of those days) and these Burlington Watches came in an amazing variety of styles and designs for every occupation and taste. View Watches »

Bulova Pocket Watch

In 1875 Joseph Bulova, a 23-year-old Czech immigrant, opens a small jewelry shop on Maiden Lane in New York City. In 1911 Bulova begins manufacturing pocket watches, becoming a highly successful American Watch Company. View Watches »

Breguet Pocket Watch

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Arnex Pocket Watch

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Vintage Elgin Watches

The Elgin watch company produced more jeweled watches than any other watchmaker in America. The company made low priced watches, all the way up to high quality railroad grades pocket watches. Elgin's Art Deco watches are highly collectible. View Watches »

Vintage Hamilton Watches – Watches Created by Hamilton

By: M Goldsmith

Hamilton wristwatches combine battery power with a traditional mechanical watch balance wheel and gear train. This Hamilton technology became arcane in late 1960’s. However, it was considered the state of the art technology in the 50s. As these mechanics became obsolete, very few watchmakers actually mastered these complex systems. View Watches »