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|Watches that I No Longer Own...|| Rate Topic
|Posted: Wed May 29th, 2019 04:15 am||
Over the past few months, I had to sell my small collection to just to keep the remaining timepieces and to pay off debt. Sadly, though some timepieces were really difficult to let go, as long as the new owner promised me that he'll will look after them.
1) 1972 Voltaire Panda Dial Chronograph with Valjoux 7733 hand wound movement.
2) 1949 IWC Caliber 89 in stainless steel.
3) 1952 Omega Seamaster Automatic.
4) 1955 Jaeger-LeCoultre P478 Stainless steel Calatrava.
Current Personal Collection that I still have:
1) 1946 Girard-Perregaux Reference 1791 in 14Kt Gold with Caliber 91.
2) 1962 Wyler-Vetta Incaflex in stainless steel.
3) 1971 Rolex Reference 1601 DateJust in stainless steel.
Note: The Wyler-Vetta Incaflex was originally mentioned in a previous post as a 1955.
At this moment is too early to say, as the picking's are very slim in Vancouver with the prices and the overall condition of vintage timepieces don't match. A beaten up Omega Constellation Caliber 562 in stainless steel with a water damaged dial selling for $1,800 CAD ($1,334 USD). It's just too steep to do any sort of restoration.
For now, I am happy with the three pieces that I own.
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