Patek Philippe, Genève, World Time, Ref. 5131P. Self-winding, water-resistant, 18K Platinum wristwatch with Worldtime system, cloisonné enamel dial and an Platinum Patek Philippe fitted bracelet. Accompanied by fitted box, Certificate of Origin, booklets, and instruction booklet.
Lemania, Military watch made for the Czech Republic Air Force Made circa 1939. Fine, center second, cushion shaped, water-resistant, stainless steel.
During WW2, the Czech Republic in exile commissioned military watches from three Swiss manufacturers; Eterna, Longines and Lemania with similar specifications.
This particular watch is in impeccable condition with a unpolished case. Dial and hands appeared untouched and unstained.
Zenith, "CP-2 Type," retailed by A. Cairelli, Roma, in 1960. Fine and rare, water-resistant, stainless steel military wristwatch with round button chronograph and register.
Coming in at an impressive 43 mm. this example has remained in close to new condition, showing a beautiful uniform bevel on all four lugs, a highly attractive faded bezel, and some of the original paint in the caseback letters and a near perfect dial that will appeal to all collectors of fine military timepieces.
Moon Phase Omega, Speedmaster Professional, Ref. 3576.50.00. Made in the 2000s. Fine, asymmetric, water-resistant, stainless steel wristwatch with round button chronograph, moon phases, date, registers, tachometer and a stainless steel Omega bracelet with deployant clasp signed Speedmaster Professional. Accompanied by the original warranty.
- International Watch Co., Schaffhausen, Mark XI. Made for the Royal Air Force in 1952 with case back engraving: G6B / 346 and 2XXX / 52.
- This particular watch was issued to the Royal Air Force in 1952.
- This IWC Mark XI is in outstanding condition and is accompanied by a certificate of origin to confirm its pedigree.