THE WIDEST RANGE OF VINTAGE WATCHES AT THE LOWEST PRICES

In the last 500 years, the art of mechanical timekeeping have produce many timepieces, not only precious mechanical artifact they have also become an investment that can only be up in value. In Old Pocket Watches you will find many luxury timepieces at affordable prices. Good luck and enjoy. View Watches »

Breguet Pocket Watches

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Breguet Watches

Breguet, icon of classic watchmaking and pioneer of numerous function and design trademarks since 1775. View Watches »

Bulova Pocket Watches

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Bulova Vintage Watches

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. View Watches »

E. Howard Pocket Watches

Pocket watches were the trend before wrist watches became popular during the 16th century. Such watches were usually attached to a chain which allowed these to cling on to a man’s waistcoat, belt loop or the lapel. View Watches »

Elgin Pocket Watches

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Elgin Vintage 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 »

Hamilton Pocket Watches

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Hamilton Vintage Wristwatches

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Hampden Pocket Watches

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Hebdomas Pocket Watches

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Illinois Pocket Watches

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Ingraham Pocket Watches

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Longines Pocket Watches

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Longines Vintage Wristwatches

Longines watches, classic watch design since 1867. Longines has outfitted polar researchers such as Amundsen and pioneers in aviation such as Lindbergh and von Weems with its products, reaping an excellent reputation for board watches for airplanes and continuing to keep a hand in sports timing. View Watches »

Movado Pocket Watches

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Omega Pocket Watches

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Rockford Pocket Watches

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 »

Seth Thomas Pocket Watches

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South Bend Pocket Watches

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Tavannes Pocket Watches

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Waltham Pocket Watches

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Westclox Pocket Watches

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What to look for on a pocket watch

Some features to look out for on a pocket watch are as follows: enamel decoration on the case, purity of the gold and the maker's name. Pocket watches cases were often made in 14 carat gold, but 18 carat was also used and this was usually reserved for a better quality movement. Any late nineteenth-century pocket watch has a small chance of being a rarity, the seventeenth century, was a period when although watchmakers cooperated with jewelers, enamelers and engravers, there is always a feeling of uniqueness about every piece. Possessing such a pocket watch must be a real pleasure! View Watches »

Museum Watches

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Pocket watches fobs

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Gruen Pocket Watches

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Vintage Gruen Watches

Gruen was founded in 1874 in Columbus, Ohio, by Dietrich Gruen, a Swiss, a young watch manufacturer who had learned his trade under one Masters of Freiburg, Germany, among the most renowned horologist of his time. He had founded his business in America with the idea of producing a watch of exceptional merit. For its production his thoughts turned naturally to Switzerland, where from time out of mind the finest watches have been produced. View Watches »

Vintage Benrus Watches

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