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Gents Wristwatch by Klaus Kobec of London.

£280.00

Gents Wristwatch by Klaus Kobec of London.

One of the most stylish watch makers in London taking there influence from the most retro periods of the last century to create there unique brand. This ‘Moon Phase / Multi-Function’ timepiece is one of there finest, it has two small exquisite diamonds set into the face and a rare moon phase window to the diel face. It truly is a wonderful timepiece and for the money it is an great investment.

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Longines 9ct Gold Men’s Wristwatch 1966.

£680.00

Longines 9ct Gold Men’s Wristwatch 1966.
Lovely example of a beautiful sixty’s Wristwatch, crafted by one of the big names of the jewellery world Longines in the sixty’s really led the way in simple stylish slim Wristwatches.17-jewel lever movement (serial number 11572006) Rare to see with its original case and even rarer with its original snake skin strap and for the money you can’t do much better.

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Rolex.

£7,500.00

Rolex.
The iconic Rolex Submariner. With its distinctive dial with large luminescent hour markers fashioned from 18ct gold, graduated rotatable Cerachrom bezel and solid link Oyster bracelet. This Rolex Submariner was made in 1985 and is in unworn condition, this comes with the rarer inset date window and its full original case and booklet. If you want the very best in luxury male watches look no further.

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Escadrille SPA 94 Squadron.

£325.00

Escadrille SPA 94 Squadron.
This is very rare and possibly the best-looking piece I have, the grim reaper badge is solid silver (stamped Paris 925) and would have belonged to one of the pilots of Escadrille SPA 94 in the first world war, also known as The Flying Death. The squadron was made from American and French volunteers of which one of the most famous American aces of the war Gervais Raoul Victor Lufbery was a member of this squadron. As a piece of first world war history this is superb and exceptionally rare.

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