We like watches with a bit of history: watches that are unusual and distinctive in some way, that have a story to tell. This is what links our vintage section to the main collection, all the watches on our site have a story.
All of our vintage watches come with a 12 month guarantee.
This is one of the watches that the Rolex brand’s stellar reputation was built upon. The watch embodies two of the developments which Rolex perfected: the waterproof case and the... View full product details
This is a great example of the rare Smiths automatic. This watch has a 9 carat gold case and is hallmarked in Edinburgh for 1964. The silvered dial of this... View full product details
This is a beautiful Zenith chronometer from 1954, it's powered by the legendary Zenith calibre 135 movement which is widely considered to be the most elegant manual wind movement ever... View full product details
This is a superb Omega bumper automatic from 1953. The watch is chronometer rated, which means it passed a series of tests at the Geneva Observatory to verify the precision... View full product details
This is a Smiths W10 watch supplied to and issued by the British Army in 1969. The watch was part of a contract that Smiths won to supply the army... View full product details
This is a Royal Air Force pilot’s watch from the second world war. The watch was ordered by the RAF for pilots and navigators and one can only wonder at... View full product details
This is a rare and desirable Royal Navy issued single-button Lemania chronograph. These watches were first ordered by the Navy for pilots and navigators in the late 1940s and Lemania... View full product details
This is one of the most iconic watches in history - the Omega Speedmaster was selected by Nasa for astronauts to use during the Apollo space program and was worn... View full product details
This is an 18 carat gold Borgel-cased International Watch Company watch dating to around 1916, making it exactly 100 years old. The Borgel company produced a special type of case... View full product details
This is a very handsome IWC gold-cased dress watch. IWC were one of the top manufacturers of the first half of the 20th century and this is a fine tribute... View full product details
This is a rare English-made wristwatch from the 1920s, it was made by Rotherham & Sons in Coventry and is signed on the dial for the Manchester retailer James Wadsworth.... View full product details
This is a beautiful 1930s gentleman’s dress-chronograph manufactured by the famous firm of Jaeger LeCoultre. The watch is a dress-chronograph meaning it wasn’t principally designed for the professional timing of... View full product details
This is a 1950s Record Geneve automatic with a stainless steel case. Record were one of the top Swiss brands during the first half of the twentieth century, they developed... View full product details