HOME PAGE TOOLS

(CHARACTER POCKET AND WRIST WATCHES PAGE 4D (400 AND OVER PAGES)


Welcome to DARLOR WATCH, please stand-by while our images load, Thank-you

DARLOR VINTAGE SWISS & EUROPEAN POCKET WATCHES ...PAGE 1



 OUR POCKET WATCH PAGES HAVE BEEN DIVIDED INTO FIVE SECTIONS !

    OFFICIAL RAILROAD              SOLID GOLD        AMERICAN          SWISS & EURO          SMALL CLOCKS
OFFICIAL RAILROAD         SOLID GOLD           AMERICAN          SWISS & EURO         SMALL CLOCKS

See all our pocket watch sections created to provide watch collectors with unique gifts, collectables and accessories.


 DARLOR WATCH

NIAGARA ON THE LAKE ONTARIO CANADA

(289) 868-9699

INFO@DARLOR-WATCH.COM



We use PayPal secure credit card processing.
Award PayPal World Seller Logo for Merchant Websites

LARGE, DETAILED SCANS ARE AVAILABLE BY CLICKING ON THE IMAGE OF YOUR CHOICE,

CHANGES LAST MADE   Oct-24, 2022

WE SELL TOOLS!!!!! ---->  TOOLS

 

SEE POCKET WATCH CHAINS AND FOBS FOR SALE HERE----->  WATCH FOBS

 

SWISS & EURO POCKET WATCHES  Pg. 2  Pg. 3  Pg. 4

 
#LONGINES75

#LONGINES75

LONGINES SQUARE STERLING SILVER CASE MATCHING SERIAL NUMBERS CASE AND MOVEMENT WELL SERVICED  1925


STOCK NUMBER # LONGINES75-------Freshly serviced and keeps amazing time indeed. This is a match serial number for both case and movement so you know its totally original. Across this sterling silver case is 41mm and from the bottom to the top less the crown it is 41mm as well. This is a 3 piece case and both bezel and back snap into place. The serial number for this case is 4,292,150 as well this 15.89m Longines signed movement has the same serial number as mentioned prior. The dial is 100% original never cleaned nor altered and quite nice indeed. The hands are original and the glass and I believe original though can't be certain as it is aged. There are 16 clean and inspected jewels to this Longines movement. The wide Geneva striped damskeen is sharp and crisp. A few winds of the crown and off goes the balance in a perfect motion. Circa for this gem is 1925 from the Swiss Longines factories :-)

750.00 USD

      #LONGINES75 #LONGINES75 #LONGINES75#LONGINES75

 
#PATRICK70

#PATRICK70

#PATRICK70

H PATRICK DUBLIN IRELAND CASE IN CASE CHAIN FUSEE MUSEUM CONDITION ALL ORIGINAL STERLING SILVER  1822 !!!


STOCK NUMBER # PATRICK70-------I have for sale Museum condition pocket watch from Dublin Ireland by the watchmaker H Patrick and the movement serial number is 602. This is a sterling silver case hallmark London England case from the year 1822. Across the outer sterling sliver case is 57mm and the inner sterling silver case is 45mm. The bulls eye crystal is glass and perfect I kid you not. There are no engravings on this case in case. The hands are gold and the orignal enamel dial is in awesome all over condition enamel and original to this piece. I have personally serviced this piece and as the scan shows you this chain driven fusee is in perfect order. Well engraved balance cock and ticks away perfectly. I have double checked each and every spoke, cog and wheel for any badly worn parts and all are in perfect form. This is a key wind movement and a key set from the top in the middle of the dial. Produced by H Patrick once again in 1822 and looks incredible consider the fact is it 200 years young !!!!

ON HOLD ;-)

#PATRICK70#PATRICK70#PATRICK70#PATRICK70

 
#BLIGH50

#BLIGH50

#BLIGH50

JN BLIGH STERLING SILVER CHAIN FUSEE CASE IN CASE IMPECCABLE ALL OVER CONDITION WELL SERVCIED 9KARAT HANDS GLASS BULL'S-EYE CRYSTAL 1798


STOCK NUMBER # BLIGH50-------I have to shake my head on this one, really I do. 222 years of age and just salivate over the condition this gem is in. I have 100's of chain driven pocket watches and all have serious issues some just need cleaning or a new pivot drilled etc but rarely does one have the chance to restore such a fine timepiece that comes to me in near working order. The old expression comes to mind with this JN Bligh masterpiece" It was left in a sock drawer for 200 years"! This is a sterling silver case in case and the movement has been impeccably serviced with all parts inspected under my Zeiss microscope then cleaned then inspected another time before proper oils and lubricates then re-assembled and the out come is perfection as it ticks up a strong beat. The outer case is 60mm wide and the inner case is 49mm wide. Both are hallmarked "London" 1800/1798 era. There are no personal engravings on either case and the condition once again is just simply awesome clean. The crystal is a glass bulls-eye near perfect as the scans clearly show you. The hands are casted 9 karat English gold which is a nice feature indeed. The hinges on the inner case and outer case are both in perfect order. This chain driven fusee movement once again is in incredible condition and produced in 1798 as mentioned prior. It is signed J.N Bligh with the serial number 38,175, London. The hair spring and chain are in perfect order and each and every link on the fusee chain has been carefully inspected for any issues and it is perfect. A few winds with the key and the large steel balance takes off in a perfect motion as you can hear the "paddles" on the staff tap the crown/escape wheel perfectly. To change the hands over the 9 karat minute hand in the center there is a notch, you place the key into this notch and when you turn the key the hands can change to the time you need. As many of you know early fusses never kept great time though think for one moment....1800 no electricity no auto cad no lights or fancy machinery just ingenuity, brains math , lead pencils and rough machinery and here is one that is 222 years of age and still going strong........fascinating and incredible isn't it.

1750.00 USD

#BLIGH50  #BLIGH50  #BLIGH50#BLIGH50#BLIGH50

   


# ROB100

# ROB100

# ROB100

ROB PHILIP LONDON 3X CASE CHAIN FUSEE PERFECTLY SERVICED GENUINE OUTER TORTOISE SHELL AND INNER STERLING REPOUSEE   1820

STOCK NUMBER # ROB100------As rare as hen's teeth is this extra spotless Rob Philip London England pocket watch movement. As the many scans show you this piece is in perfect order with strong tick as each and every part has been thoroughly examined under my microscope, even the chain link by link has been inspected for any issues. This is a true triple case verge pocket watch from the year 1820. On the top plate of this movement it is signed "Rob Philip,  London 546".  I indeed have changed the main spring and all wedges with brass pieces that hold all plates together or some call them brass studs. Across this Rob Philp movement is 38mm across and the height is 14mm. The dial is original and made of enamel. The hands are forged metal. The outer case is not perfect ( tortoise shell) though it is a genuine tortoise shell tacked onto sterling silver and quite frankly it is in amazing condition consider the fact this piece was produced in 1820! The middle case is also sterling silver and repousee as you can clearly see and it does look brand new but produced in 1820 as the condition is incredible with a wear spots here or there but not earth shattering at all. The movement is a pressure fitted into the smallest sterling silver hallmark case and the glass bulls eye done crystal is in as will incredible condition.  I will say the movement is pressure fitted into this last case because the hinged was badly worn and I will not alter the originality of this important time piece. The fob is made of old Dutch coins from 1920 ish era and very strong. This is a key wind from the back as the oval hole in the smallest case tells you and key set from the dial . You will see a square notch over the beginning of the minute hand, when you put the key into this notch and turn the key the hands will change. Again impeccably serviced genuine and just a beautiful family heirloom indeed. When all together and the tortoise case closed this rob Philp pocket watch is a tad under 60mm or  2 1/4 inches.

 3300.00 USD

 # ROB100  # ROB100  # ROB100 any pic will be taken with pleasure

# ROB100# ROB100# ROB100

 
#VELOBYE50

 

VELOBYE STERLING SILVER ENGLISH CHAIN FUSEE LONDON ENGLAND WELL SERVICED GLASS BULLS EYE CRYSTAL!  1725


STOCK NUMBER # VELOBYE50-1------I have for sale a spectacular serviced chain fusee from the year 1725! This is an interesting case as there is a slider disc on the back and when you slide this sterling silver disc to the right there is a hole to insert the key in that you can wind the pocket watch with very unique! This is an all sterling silver case and across it is 55mm and this has height as with the bulls eye glass crystal it is 35mm. The case was forged in London and there is a maker initials inside the back fo this sterling silver case. The dial is enamel and extra clean as well as the spade hands. This chain fusee movement is signed "J Velobye" and the serial number is 486. I have inspected each and every link of this chain under my Zeiss microscope and all are strong. The hair spring is original and both receiving and letting paddles on the staff are well square. Every part has been examined then cleaned properly. The year of production for this "Egyptian" plate pillar piece is 1725 and works well. Remember these early pieces never kept great time though all that history and yet ticks up a storm,....incredible.

SOLD :-)

      

 
#MN500

#MN500

SWISS MADE WORLD WAR 1 CHRONOGRAPGH POCKET WATCH STEEL CASE WELL MAINTAINED AND FRESHLY SERVICED  1920


STOCK NUMBER # MN500-1------As clean as can be is the freshly serviced world war 1 chronograph pocket watch. The dial is enamel with a few lines but not Earth shattering at all. This is a steel case and across it is 51mm so it is a 16 size by American standards. The hands are original and the crystal is glass and not a flaw. This is a stem wind piece and a push button time setting piece at the 1 position, when you push this button in and turn the crown then the hands will change to the time you want. The serial number for this nickel case is 111,938. There are 19 clean and inspected jewels to this Swiss made chronograpgh movement and the movement serial number is 175,274. there are no maker's markings on this movement or under the dial so it is made for a distributor" and ordered this way. My 28 years experience tells me this could be an early Longines, Gallet etc so it is of solid reliable quality indeed. Again freshly serviced keeps great time all functions are in perfect order ;-)

700.00 USD

   #MN500 #MN500

 
#OMEGA90

#OMEGA90

OMEGA STERLING SILVER ALL ORIGINAL DEMI HUNTER POCKET WATCH WELL SERVICED KEE3PS AWESOME TIME!!!    1912!


STOCK NUMBER # OMEGA90-1------Can you imagine? This in house produced Omega is from the year 1912! 101 years later, serviced the proper way and when this piece was completed (serviced)  and I put the balance back in, with a few winds of the gold filled crown, the balance wheel was in perfect motion! On my timing machine there are no positional errors to adjust which is unheard of! I can tell you this piece was never handled by an amateur and the result is an extraordinary Omega pocket watch. This is a 16 size by American standards so across this sterling silver case (.925 English sterling) is 53mm. The lid over the clean enamel Omega dial pops right open when you push down the crown and shows you the time. The gold filled bezel holds a glass crystal with no flaws at all it is perfect. The hands are solid gold and notice the original double spade arrow hour hand. The case is well hallmarked as the scans indicate. The serial number for this case is 4,005,199 which tells me this piece was produced in the year 1912 at the Omega Swiss factory as mentioned prior. The movement is in perfect order and all jewels have been cleaned and inspected before the Mobious watch oil was applied. The serial number on the case is directed involved to the movement so again 1912 is the year of production. I will add a chain and a nice wooden display box no charge. As clean as can be with a super clean movement and keeps "Railroad" time!

875.00 USD

 

 #OMEGA90   #OMEGA90#OMEGA90#OMEGA90

# PEG800

# PEG800

J PEQUENGNAT SIGNED MOVEMENT AND DIAL ICONIC CANADIAN NAME AND SERVCIED 12 SIZE (BY LONGINES) 1910 1904

STOCK NUMBER # PEG800------I offer for sale a very rare and serviced F. Pequengnat pocket watch from the Longines Swiss factory. This is a gold filled 12 size hunter case and the lid flips open perfectly. Across this pocket watch is 48mm. This is an enamel dial and with a line or two though original. The hands are gold filigree and the crystal is glass not a flaw. This gold filled case is signed "Duber Special". The serial number is 6,697,113.This is a nickel movement with 17 clean and inspected jewels. The center wheel jewel is casted in solid gold and this movement is a stem wind and lever set model. The serial number is 1,562,498 which tells me this fine piece is form 1904 produced in Switzerland at the Longines factory for the Pequengnat Brothers in Strafford Ontario Canada.

 775.00 USD

 # PEG800  # PEG800

The story of Arthur Pequegnat is one of triumph against the odds. Imagine a time before electricity and digital technology. A day and age when winding a clock was essential to keeping track of time. “Tick tock” was the sound of order. It meant catching a train. Silence was chaos. Arthur Pequegnat knew of the importance of timekeeping. He dared to envision a Canadian clock industry when it seemed impossible. Then he defied the naysayers and achieved it. What remains are his clocks: evidence of one man’s belief in his family and country.30 years before Arthur Pequegnat entered the scene Americans had the clock industry “in the bag”. Between 1872 and 1886 three separate attempts by three Canadian clock companies failed miserably. Even a protectionist tariff extended by Canadian Minister of Finance Sir Samuel Leonard Tilley was not enough to save second company (The Canada Clock Company) from ruin. It did however name one of its models “Tilley” in honour of his 35% tax on the importation of foreign clocks! The Americans had the equipment, the scale, and the knowledge, and Canadians paid the price.  When the Hamilton Clock Company launched in 1876, a prominent trade journal interviewed the floor manager: "I presume your hands are mostly Americans, as I do not suppose you could find Canadians skilled in this branch of industry". The manager replied, "On the contrary, out of fifty hands employed by us we only have two Americans". (Varkaris & Connell, 1986: 17). Canadian pride was not enough. Despite three separate attempts to compete with the Americans, all three companies were bankrupt by 1886.1874. In the throws of a freak April snowstorm the Pequegnat family arrived from Switzerland to Berlin Ontario. According to The Pequegnat Story (Varkaris, 1982:9) never before, or since, had such a large family arrived in Canada at once. Fourteen in total. Two-by-two, Arthur and his father lead the pack “with a shotgun over each of their shoulders” should Indians be encountered (Varkaris, 1982:9). This scene foreshadows Arthur’s leadership in establishing his family, and eventually an entire industry, on Canadian soil.1881. It wasn’t long before the eight Pequegnat brothers established themselves. They learned the language and disbanded with their Swiss skillsets to open jewellery stores across South-western Ontario. They used their collective buying power as a sort of family conglomerate. Within seven short years they opened 10 jewellery stores. Arthur, the eldest, was the ringleader. Arthur joined forces with his brother Paul to open stores in “Busy Berlin”.

# PEG40

# PEG40

 

F PEQUENGNAT SIGNED MOVEMENT AND DIAL ICONIC CANADIAN NAME AND SERVCIED 16 SIZE 1912

STOCK NUMBER # PEG40------I offer for sale a very rare and serviced F. Pequengnat pocket watch from the Longines Swiss factory. This is an incredible find. The dial is enamel and in excellent original condition with broad Roman numerals, so easy to read. The hands are correct and a new glass bevelled crystal has been properly attached. The case is gold filled and signed "Cashier, A.W.C.Co" and the serial number is 1361,038. Across this clean case is 51mm so this is a 16 size stem wind and stem set pocket watch. This Longines movement is signed F. Pequengnat whom is a brother of Arthur and ran the Strafford Ontario store. The caliber for this 15 jewel movement is 17.71 and all jewels have been inspected. The serial number for this Longines movement is 3,.171,616 which tells me this piece was produced at the Longines Swiss factory in the year 1912. As clean as can be amazing dial and an Iconic name! On the back of this gold filled case there is an engraving of a Solider holding a Rifle and a bayonet.

775.00 USD

     # PEG40 # PEG40

The story of Arthur Pequegnat is one of triumph against the odds. Imagine a time before electricity and digital technology. A day and age when winding a clock was essential to keeping track of time. “Tick tock” was the sound of order. It meant catching a train. Silence was chaos. Arthur Pequegnat knew of the importance of timekeeping. He dared to envision a Canadian clock industry when it seemed impossible. Then he defied the naysayers and achieved it. What remains are his clocks: evidence of one man’s belief in his family and country.30 years before Arthur Pequegnat entered the scene Americans had the clock industry “in the bag”. Between 1872 and 1886 three separate attempts by three Canadian clock companies failed miserably. Even a protectionist tariff extended by Canadian Minister of Finance Sir Samuel Leonard Tilley was not enough to save second company (The Canada Clock Company) from ruin. It did however name one of its models “Tilley” in honour of his 35% tax on the importation of foreign clocks! The Americans had the equipment, the scale, and the knowledge, and Canadians paid the price.  When the Hamilton Clock Company launched in 1876, a prominent trade journal interviewed the floor manager: "I presume your hands are mostly Americans, as I do not suppose you could find Canadians skilled in this branch of industry". The manager replied, "On the contrary, out of fifty hands employed by us we only have two Americans". (Varkaris & Connell, 1986: 17). Canadian pride was not enough. Despite three separate attempts to compete with the Americans, all three companies were bankrupt by 1886.1874. In the throws of a freak April snowstorm the Pequegnat family arrived from Switzerland to Berlin Ontario. According to The Pequegnat Story (Varkaris, 1982:9) never before, or since, had such a large family arrived in Canada at once. Fourteen in total. Two-by-two, Arthur and his father lead the pack “with a shotgun over each of their shoulders” should Indians be encountered (Varkaris, 1982:9). This scene foreshadows Arthur’s leadership in establishing his family, and eventually an entire industry, on Canadian soil.1881. It wasn’t long before the eight Pequegnat brothers established themselves. They learned the language and disbanded with their Swiss skillsets to open jewellery stores across South-western Ontario. They used their collective buying power as a sort of family conglomerate. Within seven short years they opened 10 jewellery stores. Arthur, the eldest, was the ringleader. Arthur joined forces with his brother Paul to open stores in “Busy Berlin”.


# CONT60

 

# CONT60

CONTINENTAL (GALLET SWISS FACTORY) CHRONOGRAPH POCKET WATCH GOLD FILLED CASE PERFECTLY SERVICED! 1908

STOCK NUMBER # CONT60------I have for sale a fully serviced the proper way "Continental" chronograph , time pocket watch and made by the "Gallet Factory" in Switzerland. This piece was imported by the "Jules Racine" distributor and comes in a clean gold filled case with a picture etched into the case of a "Horse". This gold filled case across is 55mm and signed "Fahy's Montauk" No.1". The serial number is 853,852. The dial is near perfect, incredible but true and made of enamel and sunk in at the minute counter and the second counter. The crystals is glass and the hands are original to this piece. The movement again has been stripped to the plated and cleaned properly so it keeps great time and all complications are in perfect order as well the long center sweep hands snaps back to 12 pm perfectly. There are 18 clean and inspected jewels to this 18 size movement and it is a stem wind and a lever set movement by the Gallet factory. The serial number on this serviced movement s 28,714 which tells me it is from the year 1908. When you push down the crown the sweep hand takes off. When you push the crown down again the sweep hand stops. When you push the crown down a third time the sweep hand and the minute recorder hand both sweep back to 12 pm perfectly. The fob and chain are god filled and included with this gem. As clean as can be and runs perfectly -)

 1000.00 USD

    # CONT60# CONT60


# CREST50

# CREST50

CREST ( TAVANNES)  SWISS MADE GOLD FILLED ART-DECO DIAL AND SERVICED PROPERLY  1923

STOCK NUMBER # CREST50------As clean as can be is this Swiss made "Crest" pocket watch and the name is owned and made by the Tavannes Swiss watch factory. This is a 12 size movement stem wind and stem set model. Across this gold filled case is 47mm. The case is signed "fortune gold filled" and the serial number is 1,350,250. The dial is simply awesome and truly 2 tone art-deco in style. The hands are open circle spade pieces and the crystal is glass and not a flaw. There are 17 clean and inspected jewels to this Crest signed movement and all have been inspected. The serial number for this gem is 34,486 which tells me it was produced in the year 1923. The chain is gold filled and box style which is included with this slim and elegant size Crest. Please notice there are initials on the back cover of this case.

 275.00 USD

   # CREST50

# LEPINE660
# LEPINE660

 

LEPINE PARIS FRANCE POCKET WATCH STERLING SILVER CASE IMMACULATELY SERVCIED! 1870

STOCK NUMBER # LEPINE660------This is one of the great ones and from the Lepine Paris factory as he was up there with Louis Breguet ,Charles Frodsham and Dent. This is a cylinder Lepine movement and as you can see it is spotless and I have serviced this piece with precision and with much skill. This Sterling silver signed case is 52mm across and there are no personal engravings to this hinged back. The serial number for this Lepine signed case is 9020/6113. The enamel Lepine true dial on the movement is excellent as you can see and the hands are Lepine  as well. The crystal is glass and perfect not a flaw to be found. There are 4 jewels for this Lepine movement and all have been inspected. I even included new pins for this pinned on enamel Lepine dial. As clean as one can expect and with a rich history behind it. The chain is gold filled and it does included a key as it is a key wind and key set from the back.

850.00 USD

  # LEPINE660 # LEPINE660 # LEPINE660 # LEPINE660

In 1793–94 Lépine, when his tired eyes did not let him work further, handed over the "Maison Lépine" to his son-in-law Claude-Pierre Raguet who had become an associate in 1792, and when he died in 1810, his son Alexandre Raguet-Lépine continued the business. However, Jean-Antoine Lépine continued to be active in the firm until his demise, happened in 1814 at his home of Rue St. Anne in Paris.

The business was sold to Jean Paul Chapuy in 1815, employing Lepine's nephew Jacques Lépine (working from 1814 until 1825) who had been appointed clockmaker to the King of Westfalia (Germany) in 1809.[2] Later in 1827 it was sold to Deschamps who was succeeded in 1832 by Fabre (Favre). In 1853 passed to Boulay. 1885: Roux, Boulay's son in law. 1901: Ferdinand Verger. 1914: Last acquisition. 1919: Residual stock purchased by Louis Leroy. The business always continued under the name Lépine.[10]

Several of Lepine clocks and watches are on display in European museums and palaces, his timepieces are among the finest in the history of watchmaking.

He played a significant role in allowing us to strap watches onto our wrists.[3]


# DOXA475

# DOXA475

DOXA CLAM SHELL CASE IN COIN SILVER 16 SIZE WELL SERVICED AND KEEPS GREAT TIME  1906

STOCK NUMBER # DOXA475------I have for sale a fully serviced Doxa coin silver clam shell case and in all over impeccable condition. Across this clam shell case is 53mm so it is again a 16 size. This case on the inner cuvette is signed "Doxa, Gold Medal 1906" and also signed on the inside of the back of this case with the case serial number 1,432,654. The dial is enamel and not a line not a flaw it is pristine so it was well taken care of all these years. The hands are gold open circle ends and for this Doxa pocket watch. The movement is excellent and as you can see in perfect order as it has been serviced properly . There are 15 clean and inspected jewels. The wide damskeen pattern is perfect. This is a stem wind and a stem set model. A few winds of the crown and off it goes in a perfect motion. Quite an elegant size so easy to carry in a vest or pants pocket. Circa 1906

400.00 USD

 # DOXA475 # DOXA475


# OMEGA13345

# OMEGA13345

OMEGA STERLING SILVER "CLAM" DESTIN SIGNED CASE 12 SIZE SERVICED MOVEMENT IMPECCABLE. 1922

STOCK NUMBER # OMEGA13345------Here I have a stunning "Clam" shell design .900 sterling silver case and signed Omega indeed. Across this 12 size case is 49mm. The crystal is glass and the enamel dial is near perfect. There are no personal engravings on this case and on the inside of the back it does have the "Omega" logo as the third scan shows you clearly. The case serial number is 6,658,452. This is a stem wind and a stem set Omega 12 size movement  and it is an Omega caliber 18.LPB with 15 clean and inspected jewels. The serial number for this serviced Omega movement is 5,794,676 which places this in house Omega Swiss movement to the year 1922. A beautiful clam shell design and a super clean well timed movement.

450.00 USD

 # OMEGA13345# OMEGA13345


# OMEGA52085

# OMEGA52085

 

OMEGA SIGNED "REGINA" PRIVATE LABEL 18 SIZE STEM WIND AND STEM SET WELL SERVCIED 1905

STOCK NUMBER # OMEGA52085------This is a large size Omega "Canadian Regina" label pocket watch and the Canadian enamel 24 hour dial is signed "De Foe Bros, Port Arthur Ont". The hands are spade and the crystal is glass and perfect not a flaw. This is an 18 size movement and gold filled case as this case is 56mm across. The back is with a mirror finish and no personal engravings at all. The case is signed "C.W.C.Co" and the case serial number is 39,164. This is a damaskeened movement and signed just like the dial. This is a stem wind and stem set 18 size open face Omega movement. The serial number for this serviced gem is 2,670,836 which tells me this in house Swiss made Omega movement was produced in the year 1905 and as it has been properly serviced expect a wonderful Omega time keeper.

450.00 USD

          # OMEGA52085


# ZENITH13345

# ZENITH13347

ZENITH 12 SIZE 17 JEWEL SERVCIED PROPERLY   GOLD FILLED  CASE ENAMEL PERFECT DOUBLE SUNK DIAL 1924

STOCK NUMBER # ZENITH13345-4------I offer for sell a fully serviced Swiss made in house Zenith pocket watch and it can with ease slip into any jeans "pocket watch pocket. This is a 3 piece gold filled case and the screw in back has initials in the middle  inside the shield l engravings. the engine turned back is quite lovely and crisp. Across this case is 46mm. This case is signed " Fortune" and the case serial number is 1,832,626. This Zenith enamel dial is nearly perfect and it is double sunk never touched.. The hands are Zenith spade ends and the crystal is glass without any flaws. This movement is super clean as the scans shows you clearly and keeps great time indeed. There are 17 clean and inspected jewels to this Zenith 12 size pocket watch. This is a stem wind and stem set piece The serial number for this Zenith is 2,248,701 which tells me this in house Zenith Swiss movement was produced in the year 1924 . Well serviced and art art-deco.

325.00 USD

         # ZENITH13345

 
#BIRKS35

#BIRKS35

BIRKS-ELLIS BY LONGINES GOLD FILLED POCKET WATCH 12 SIZE AND SERVICED 1937


STOCK NUMBER # BIRKS35-1------Just freshly serviced and timed to perfection is this 12 size Longines pocket watch and made for the "Birks-Ellis" Department stores here in Canada in the year 1937. Across this gold filled case is 45mm. The dial is experienced and original as well as the hands . There is a personal engraving on the back of this case and well done at that. This gold filled case is signed "Fortune, gold filled case made in Canada" and the serial number is 4,090,083. This Longines movement is signed "Birks-Ellis, Cavendish" and the serial number is 5,498,063 which places this piece to the year 1937 as mentioned before. This is an in house Longines caliber movement 18.89 and again super clean with wide Geneva damskeen stripes. Stem wind and stem set.

300.00 USD

 

 #BIRKS35

 
#THEO665

#THEO665

THEO RUSSEL 1917 LONDON HALLMARKED STERLING SILVER 2 OUNCE CASE DEMI HUNTER POCKET WATCH FULLY SERVCIED ALL HINGES EXCELLENT 1917!


STOCK NUMBER #THEO665-1------Just serviced and keeps great time is this Theo Russel UK watchmaker Demi Hunter pocket watch. Across this hallmarked London sterling silver case is 53mm so it is a 16 size by American standards. The hinges are all perfect and when you push down the crown the lid will open. The dial is enamel and has been repaired at the 9 position, kinda hidden by the silver bezel but must be mentioned.  The crystal is glass and flawless.  The inner dust cover or cuvette is with a mirror finish so no personal engravings on this case. The movement again is properly serviced and with 13 clean and inspected jewels. A few winds of the crown and the balance takes off perfectly. All cogs and wheels are inspected twice, once before cleaned and right after cleaned. The hallmarks all indicated this piece was produced in London England in the year 1917 right before the end of world war 1. A well designed piece with a famous UK watchmaker

750.00 USD

         #THEO665 #THEO665#THEO665

 
#OMEGA44880

#OMEGA44880

OMEGA "ULTRA HARD TO FIND" MARK V MILITARY ISSUE RAF WELL SERVCIED ENAMEL BLACK DIAL IMMACULATE 19 LIGNE MOVEMENT  1915


STOCK NUMBER #OMEGA44880-1------firstly I like to point out flaws right away. The dial has been repaired at the 3:30 position and repainted. It is around the rim and is aprox 3mm toward the middle of the dial. Other than this I have for sale a fully restore military movement and dial with a sterling silver Dennison English case. Across this 16 size case is 52mm wide. The case is agian signed Dennison "A.L.D" and the case serial number is 53,179. The dial is enamel and marked on this dial below the 12 position is " B.B 310, 30 Hour, Non Luminous, G.S Type". The hands are original and the dial is pained but non luminous as pointed out on the enamel dial. The movement is a 19 ligne piece with 15 clean and inspected jewels.  The movement serial number is 4,990,621 which tells me this military dial and movement were produced in the year 1915. This piece has been serviced the proper way so expect a killer time keeper. PS ...The case is unpolished and left as is for the reason it is a military piece and should be left as is just like an old coin.

900.00 USD

  #OMEGA44880  #OMEGA44880#OMEGA44880

Omega Mark V Military Issue RAF

 

Delivered to the Royal Air Force on the 1st of July 1918, this rare Omega military issue Mark 5 pocket watch is in excellent overall condition with rare iridescent non-luminous dial and original hands.  These famous watches were often mounted on the dashboard of the British DH9’s, DH’4s or Sopwith Pup bi-planes for use by the pilots in flight.  A truly rare and historic timepiece from the famed house of Omega.

 
#PWDEMI60

#PWDEMI60

STERLING SILVER DENNISON ENGLISH CASE DEMI HUNTER AND WELL SERVICED 1928


STOCK NUMBER #PMDEMI60-1------Here is a perfectly restored sterling English Silver case and all springs on this case are proper as the demi hunter pops right open to a 90 % angle to expose the dial and crystal. This case is made by the Dennison watch case in England and Dennison was supplies to Omega, Rolex etc during the  2 world wars. The letter "D" tells me this case was produced at the Dennison factory in the year 1928 and signed  with all the British Silver hallmarks as the scan shows you clearly. Across this case is 54mm. The dial is enamel and has a few lines and chipped in the center hidden by the hands and must be mentioned but not too bad at all. The double spade hour hand is correct. This is a stem wind and stem set 16 size movement and it is spotless and serviced the proper way indeed. There are 15 jewels with 2 adjustments to this hunter model Swiss made pocket watch. I must go on about this case and the blue enamel roman numbers are crisp and not worn at all. Circa again for this Demi hunter sterling silver pocket watch is 1928 and keeps excellent time for sure.

700.00 USD

 #PWDEMI60 #PWDEMI60#PWDEMI60

 
#CHOPARD50

STERLING SILVER CHAIN FUSEE "A GILLY / CHOPARD / AL CARLIER " WELL SERVCIED IMPECCABLE CONDITION   1775!!!


STOCK NUMBER #CHOPARD50-1------I have for sale a fully serviced the proper way, chain fusee pocket watch and it is made of sterling silver. This case across is 54mm. The crystal is a glass bulls eye with no wear at all. The case serial number is 8259. The hands are Sun burst and made of gold. The enamel dial is excellent with next to no flaws at all..... a pocket watch from the era 1775....incredible!. Put the key into the hole in the dial and turn the key clockwise and the balance wheel starts right up. There are 3 signatures on this piece and one of them I noticed is "Chopard" and written on the inside of the balance plate. The other two read "A Gilly and AL Carlier". As you can see this chain fusee movement is in awesome all over condition and clean as can be. As the scan shows you there is a watchmaker's paper included with this gem. ...1775 just amazing...Fridges, stoves, computers etc with all new fancy technology last 5 years! but these pieces of history with a little bit of TLC are still around!

SOLD ;-)

 
#FUSE150

#FUSE150

 

CHAIN FUSEE COTTAGE COUNTRY STUNNING MUSEUM CONDITION WELL SERVCIED 1780!!!


STOCK NUMBER # FUSEE150-1------I have for sale a fully serviced and inspected chain fusee pocket watch from the year 1780 (give or take a year or two). The case is tested and sterling for sure. Across this case is 52mm and no personal engravings. The crystal is glass and a bulls eye piece in perfect order. The dial is enamel and remarkable as it seems but it incredible all over condition. The case serial number is 42,074 and hallmarked. The movement is wound through the hole in the enamel dial and wound clockwise ONLY! The time is set by putting the key into the slot at the end of the minute hand and this will change the hands to the time you need. As you can see by the many scans this movement is spectacular in all over condition and truly is Museum condition. The balance was cleaned by hand the hairspring poised properly. All wheels, pivots  and jewels are inspected before and after cleaned. As well the chain is inspected under 25X power Zeiss microscope to make sure each and every link is perfect. Again 1780 is the year for this cottage country chain fusee and in perfect working condition,....1780!!!! hard to believe! On a closing note there is an onion watchmaker paper that came with this case with writing on the back.

1350.00 USD

 

 #FUSE150 #FUSE150 #FUSE150 #FUSE150

 
#OMEGTA29500

OMEGA CANADIAN MULTI COLORED ENAMEL RAILROAD DIAL ,15 JEWEL SERVCIED OMEGA MOVEMENT WITH AN OMEGA ADVERTISING BOX 1915

Hi Darryl,
 
Received the watch today.  It is a beauty.
 
Thank you and be safe.
Scott
 
 
On Thu, Feb 18, 2021 at 5:46 PM Scott Hanxxx<jscotxxxxx@gmail.com> wrote:
 
 

 

 
#MOYNIER100

#MOYNIER100

#MOYNIER100

ULTRA RARE "MOYNIER" SWISS MADE CHAIN FUSEE DESK TOP WATCH WELL SERVICED AND ORIGINAL 1810


STOCK NUMBER # MOYNIER100-1------I have for sale a very rare hand enamel fired " Viennese lute-form" chain fusee case desk top pocket watch. I say desk top as this piece has an original chain that will NOT support the weight of this sterling silver case for wear. From one end to the other this "Mandolin" fusee watch is 110mm long and wide at the middle of the Mandolin body it is 50mm and across the neck where the fret bars are it is 100 and the height is aprox 28mm. The 5 strings are hand twist sterling silver pieces and well set indeed. The case is sterling silver with some parts 24 karat gold flashed and again this case may look like the sea blue enamel is dirty but it is super clean as this is what hand fired enamel looks like and this is my word.  The case opens up as you can see by the cans and the hinge is in perfect order. The two figures on the back of this case are raised sterling silver and extra fine in all over condition. The chain fusee is with solid gold hands and with a guilloche lined sterling silver dial. Across this chain fusee movement is 33mm and made by the "Moynier et Fils" Swiss watchmaker. The serial number for this piece is 32,289. The year this piece was produced in Geneve Switzerland is 1810 and with one turn of the sterling silver fancy key it takes off in a perfect motion. I have taken the pin plates apart, inspected each and every wheel, cog, pivot and pinion as well inspected the chain with my Zeiss microscope and all parts came to me incredibly clean and perfect. I cleaned this gem with much attention and when I re assembled this "Moynier" movement and inserted the key with a turn or two, the balance verge took off perfectly ;-) This is a family heirloom and or belongs in a Museum as the recondition and rarity warrants this fact.

4000.00 USD

 

  #MOYNIER100  #MOYNIER100  #MOYNIER100

NOTE OF INTEREST PLEASE.....,

In 1974 Rolex Watch U.S.A inc came out with this book four hundred years of watchmaking a commemorative catalogue and this very rare piece was featured on page 44.

This book by Rolex U.S.A will be included with the sale of this Museum piece.

#MOYNIER100 #MOYNIER100 #MOYNIER100

 
#FU600

#FU600

#FU600

RARE IMMACULATE MUSEUM CONDITION STERLING SILVER CASE IS CASE FUSEE FROM 1829!


STOCK NUMBER # FU600-1------This is an amazing find! Just slurp all over your screen as the all over condition for this piece is unbelievable in all over cosmetic and eternal condition! This is a sterling silver case in case and not a flaw to be found considering it's ago of 1829! The outer sterling silver case across is 62mm and the inner sterling silver case across is 53mm. The "bulls eye" dome crystal is glass and quite clean indeed. The case hallmarks are as the following......"IWP" is the case maker James Winkle, made in London England in the year 1829 and both cases have the same hallmarks. The dial is enamel and in all over incredible condition. The hands are casted solid gold and near perfect! This is a key wind from the back and key set from the front as there is a small square notch in the middle of the dial and when the key fits into this square slot the hands will turn when the key turns. This chain fusee movement is in stunning ultra clean condition as I have serviced movement piece by piece, all links in this chain have been inspected under my Zeiss microscope and all links are in solid reliable condition. The main spring has been inspected and re greased with the proper tension. Incredibly but true, with a few winds of the key the balance wheel takes off in a proper motion. All hinges on this case are in proper order. There is even a watchmakers "onion" paper and in short it reads "J Mallet Watchmaker,41 King St Jersey". The Swimming bronze medal dates to 1942 so it was an add on as I bought this piece with this medal.

1850.00 USD

#FU600 #FU600 #FU600

#FU600

 
#FR80
#FR80

#FR80

RARE "FRODSHAM AND BAKER" STERLING SILVER FUSEE POCKET WATCH AND WELL SERVICED 1885


STOCK NUMBER # FR80-1------This is a pocket watch with importance as Edward Frodsham was directly (Cousin) related to the master watch maker Charles Frodsham. This is a Museum piece and in Museum quality condition as the scans show you clearly. Across this hallmark English case is 49mm. The crystal is a bulls eye and perfect, yes hard to believe but it is. The dial is enamel and well signed as you can see by the two top scans. The case make hallmarks are written with a stamp "T.C" and the case serial number is 18,529. The movement has been taken apart, inspected, cleaned and then reassembled and checked again to verify all parts are perfect and in order hence we now have a well functioning chain driven fusee pocket watch. The movement is signed Frodsham and Baker and the serial number is a 7,995 which tells me it was produced in the year 1885 at 31 Gracechurch St London England. This is a key wind from the back and key set from the front over the minute hand where you will find a slot that the key will fit in. Put the key into this slot and turn the key and the hands will change to the time you so desire. A beautiful piece and providence.

900.00 USD

 

  #FR80 #FR80 #FR80

 

CONTINUE TO:

SWISS & EURO POCKET WATCHES  Pg. 2  Pg. 3  Pg. 4

OR

GOLD POCKET WATCHES  Pg. 1  Pg. 2  Pg. 3

RAILROAD POCKET WATCHES  Pg. 1  Pg. 2  Pg. 3

AMERICAN & CANADIAN POCKET WATCHES  Pg. 1  Pg. 2  Pg. 3  Pg. 4  Pg. 5  Pg. 6  Pg. 7

SMALL CLOCKS  Pg. 1



 Other DARLOR WATCH pages:                                                                                                          COLLECTABLE STAMPS

GO TO HOME PAGE      WRIST WATCHES $75.00-175.00

WRIST WATCHES $200.00-275.00      WRIST WATCHES $300.00-375.00

WRIST WATCHES $400.00-575.00      OUR ROLEX WATCHES      OUR OMEGA WATCHES

VINTAGE WATCHES FOR THE LADIES!     
DARLOR JEWELRY - NEW & VINTAGE


100'S OTHER WRIST WATCHES FOR SALE, JUST INQUIRE !

WE BUY OLD WATCHES AND POCKET WATCHES ANY CONDITION

Send us a message! : E-Mail info@darlor-watch.com

Tel: 289-868-9699 .


This page has been visited times since September 28, 2008.