×

Your Cart



Cards Accepted

Shipping Policy
FREE GROUND SHIPPING & FREE RETURNS on U.S. orders. Most orders ship same day when ordered by 2pm EST.

×
VINTAGE WATCHES

CURATED BY TODD SNYDER AND HODINKEE
Tag Heuer Pasadena
The Pasadena pursues Heuer’s tradition to name its models after automotive references. With its integrated bracelet the Pasadena is very reminiscent of the 1980s, while it is powered by the Lemania movement 5100 with center-second+minute chronograph.

1970s Rolex Datejust Reference 1601
The Datejust is a quintessential Rolex, resilient and reliable. It comes with a Jubilee bracelet launched by Rolex in 1944 for its 40th Anniversary. Here, this example from the 1970s offers a stunning black dial with a contrasting white stripe on the indexes.

1980s Rolex Submariner Reference 5513
First introduced in 1954, The Submariner is one of the most famous Rolex styles. The Submariner 5513 was produced until the early 1990s and this example belongs to the later iteration, with a glossy black dial and indexes with white gold surrounds. More importantly, it still features a plexi with a vintage feel, while the sapphire would soon become the norm on all Rolex.

1970s Rolex Datejust Reference 1601
The Datejust is a quintessential Rolex, resilient and reliable. It comes with a Jubilee bracelet launched by Rolex in 1944 for its 40th Anniversary. Here, this example from the 1970s offers a stunning silver dial with all lume plots still present on the dial.

1980s Tudor Chrono-Time Reference 9420
Tudor released some incredible chronographs with the automatic versions nicknamed Big Block given their imposing dimensions. They did not shy away from color, as evidenced here by the combination of blue and orange. Note that the luminous indexes are painted, much like the most vintage chronos from Tudor.

1960s Tudor Oyster Prince
Tudor often featured design details similar to their sister manufacturer, Rolex. The Tudor Oyster Prince highlights these similarities with its waterproof oyster case and automatic movement in 34mm case. The leaf hands testify to a production in the early 1960s, while the mint tone of the dial is very rare and underlines the difference between the Tudor and contemporary Rolex.

1950s Longines Chronograph With 30CH movement
Longines is a highly respected manufacturer, especially famous for its exquisite chronograph movements. Among those, the 13-ZN and its evolution the 30CH are especially coveted for their flyback function and sophisticated construction. The pink gold case further exemplifies the distinction of this striking chronograph with leaf hands and applied indexes is even further distinguished by its pink gold case.

1980s Rolex GMT-Master Reference 16758
The GMT-Master offers an easy reading of two separate time zones, thanks to its GMT hand and 24 hour bezel, making it the ultimate travel watch.  Here, the reference 16758 comes with a two-tone face that offers a quick-set date. It also features the original two-tone Jubilee bracelet.

1960s Rolex Day-Date Reference 1803
The Day-Date remains the luxurious model from Rolex, going even further than the Datejust as it also offers to read the day on a separate disc. It also comes with the heavier President bracelet, here in 18k yellow gold like the case. Furthermore, this 1803 displays a rare no-lume dial and handset, and is therefore less susceptible to deterioration.

SOLD - $9600



1970s Longines Dress Watch
This Longines shows what a dress watch should be, with a very simple yet balanced dial that exhibits elongated indexes. The leaf handset is also a distinctive feature of this watch, while the painted logo of Longines brings some dynamism to the signature of the dial. It is powered by a manual wound movement in order for the watch to be thin and under the cuff.

SOLD - $900



1960s Wittnauer Professional Chronograph
Wittnauer was the US importer of Longines and in addition offers great watches themselves, such as the highly coveted chronograph under the professional moniker. Here, its exemplary legibility and dimensions explain this success, while a Valjoux 72 powers the chronograph complication, the very same movement found on contemporary Rolex Daytona.

SOLD - $2800



1970s Rolex Datejust Reference 1601
The Datejust is a quintessential Rolex, resilient and reliable. It comes with a Jubilee bracelet launched by Rolex in 1944 for its 40th Anniversary. Here, this example from the 1970s offers a stunning silver dial with highly unusual indexes and matching patina on the handset and lumeplots.

SOLD - $3900