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Patek Philippe Nautilus Chronograph & Vacheron Overseas: Holiday Luxury Watch Shopping

Contact for pricing and availability; Either I have it, or I can get it! • De Bethune DB25 Automatic DB25SVARS1 $25,950 • Glashutte Original Senator Rattrapante 99-01-01-01-04 (in pricing: email • Grand Seiko Spring Drive Diver SBGA231 (in pricing: email • H. Moser & Cie Endeavour Center Seconds 1343-0105 $12,950 • Laurent Ferrier Galet Micro-Rotor LCF004.G1 $34,950 • Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Calendrier Retrograde MP7068-PG101-190 $2,950 • Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Black Ceramic • Omega Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch $5,450 • Omega Seamaster Chronograph 176.007 (Vintage) (in pricing: email • Oris Aquis Date Green Ceramic 733 7730 4157-07 4 24 64EB $1,595 • Patek Philippe 5930G-001 World Time Chronograph $54,950 • Patek Philippe 5270G-001 Perpetual Calendar Chronograph $104,950 • Patek Philippe Nautilus Chronograph 5980/1A-001 $109,950 • Rolex Oyster Perpetual Sky-Dweller 326933 $17,150 • Sinn 240 ST GZ 240.1462 (in pricing: email • Tudor Heritage Black Bay Bronze (Grey Dial) 79250BA $3,850 • Ulysse Nardin Minute Repeater Grand Feu Enamel 716-22/E0 (in pricing: email • Vacheron Constantin Malte Chronograph 47120/000G-9098 $24,950 • Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph “Black” 5500V/110A-B481 (in pricing: email • Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Contemporaine Exellence Platine 43150/000P-9684 $36,950 • Zenith Pilot Doublematic Alarm World Time 03.2400.4046/21.C721 (in pricing: email Luxury watches and holiday shopping collide today on Weekend Watches! Top luxury watch brands Rolex, Omega, Patek Philippe, Vacheron Constantin, H. Moser & Cie, Glashutte Original, Sinn Spezialuhren, and many more feature today on Tim Mosso’s table. The legendary Patek Philippe Nautilus graces our table as the discontinued reference 59801A Nautilus Chronograph. This 120-meter water-resistant flyback chronograph remains a standout for its superb size, balanced dial, and seamless integration of a chronograph into Gerald Genta’s original 1976 Nautilus design. Patek Philippe chronographs continue their strong run courtesy of the 39.5mm white gold 5930G world time chronograph and the original 2011 version of the 5270G perpetual calendar chronograph Rolex features briefly in the form of its 42mm steel and yellow gold Sky-Dweller. The most complex Rolex watch of all time includes a true dual-time (GMT) complication and a sophisticated bi-directional annual calendar. This system, which requires resetting only once per year, can be adjusted with an elegant tandem of the Ring Command bezel and screw-down Oyster Twinlock crown. Omega watches span generations on today’s table. The legendary Speedmaster Professional “Moonwatch” appears as a tritium-dial mid 1990s model with one foot in the world of vintage watches and one still firmly in today’s NASA ready room. A 1970s Seamaster Chronograph sports the celebrated Lemania 1040 caliber doing business as the Omega caliber 1340; this was Omega’s first automatic chronograph movement. Finally, a modern Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean “Black Ceramic” showcases the Bienne watchmaker’s latest co-axial Master Chronometer technology. As always, independent watch brands enjoy pride of place on Tim’s show. H. Moser & Cie’s Endeavour Center Seconds showcases Moser’s famous “fume” gradient dial and the HMC 343 movement with 7-day power reserve. De Bethune shows its subtle side with a 40mmn DB25 Automatic. Finally, Laurent Ferrier of Geneva is represented by a 40mm white gold Galet Micro-Rotor with a dark silver Arabic numeral dial. Sinn Spezialuhren of Frankfurt, Germany is well served by its Sinn 240 with tidal chart bezel for tracking times of low and high tides. Visit our website at for the latest pre-owned luxury watch arrivals and industry-leading value in previously loved luxury timepieces.