Hello, world! It’s Wednesday, which means we’ve got another batch of vintage watches up for sale. If you’re interested in a classic from Universal Genève, a two-tone Rolex, or an eye-catching Wakmann Triple Calendar, it’s your lucky day!
1960s Wakmann Triple-Calendar Chronograph With Box And Papers
Triple-calendar watches are undeniably cool. There’s something so “vintage” about two rectangles under 12 o’clock showing the day of the week and the month, with a hand pointing to the date on the outer ring of the dial. This Wakmann triple-calendar chronograph is quite the looker, sporting a red chronograph hand, white sub-dials sitting in a black field, and a very cool crescent-tipped calendar hand. The cherry on top: we’ve got the original box and instruction booklet. Click here for more.
It’s widely known that you just can’t go wrong with a vintage Datejust. Ask anyone in the watch world and they’ll tell you that the combination of Rolex quality, classic styling, and stellar bang for your buck makes owning a Datejust basically a no-brainer. If you’re looking for all of the above but with a bit more flavor, look no further than this 1971 Thunderbird complete with a gold engine-turned bezel and a matching two-tone bracelet to spice things up. Check it out here.
1960s Universal Genève Polerouter Date
Maybe you’re in the market for a watch designed by the legendary Gerald Genta but can’t spring for a Royal Oak or a Nautilus. It could be that you also want a watch that has an ahead-of-its-time micro-rotor movement under the hood. You also may just be fan of a simple glossy black dial with a silver chapter ring, beautifully twisted lugs and a funky date window. If you fall into any (or all) of the above categories this Polerouter is for you. Tick all the boxes here.