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eBay Finds: Enicar Sherpa Diver 600 (NOS), 1950s Tissot Dress Watch with Crosshair Dial, and More

eBay Finds: Enicar Sherpa Diver 600 (NOS), 1950s Tissot Dress Watch with Crosshair Dial, and More

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rolex@watchfactoryif.common sense manual for purchasing vintage watches on eBay (look at Part 1 and Part 2 ). So if you’re searching for a vintage watch, however are still a little apprehensive making a plunge into those dim waters, at that point don’t worry—we’re here to help.  Today, we have another portion of eBay Finds, our arrangement where we feature some incredible vintage diamonds searching for another home. Cheerful hunting!


Enicar Sherpa Diver 600 in NOS Condition

Ok, so this bartering isn’t probably going to wind up in the “affordable vintage” class, yet it is a particularly shocking illustration of an uncommon and incredible vintage jumper that I needed to feature it here. Enicar made a bigger number of emphasess of their Sherpa jumpers than I can check, yet the Sherpa Diver 600 is a genuine work of art. With its particular two-tone trapezoidal markers, exceptional handset, and absurdly cool red anodized aluminum bezel pointer, this watch is a delight to observe. No doubt the vast majority really utilized these as they were proposed — as a device watch — and as such they are very scant to discover in any condition, so to discover a model however flawless as this one seems to be actually very uncommon. I foresee this will bring a chunk of change, yet whoever can stand to be the top bidder will be extremely upbeat indeed.

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Bulver 10149C Diver 

Normally I’m not one to recommend a jumper with a chromed case, however this vintage Buler has sufficient making it work that it’s worth a look. It has a dark dial with faceted and applied steel markers (ambiguously Squale-esque), with a dark acrylic bezel embed outlining the 40-millimeter case. The case doesn’t seem to have any pitting, so as long as you deal with it the watch should keep on looking sharp. Vintage jumpers with highlights like these normally go for much more than $325, so this could be a decent expansion to a spending plan disapproved of jumper assortment. On top of everything, the vender expresses that the watch has been serviced.

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1950s Tissot Manual-Wind Dress Watch with Crosshair Dial

Here’s a wonderful vintage Tissot dress watch with an inconceivable white, crosshair-enhanced dial. the steel case is a decent size at 35 millimeters and the screw on back gives off an impression of being fit as a fiddle. The crown is an Omega substitution, which is somewhat of a bummer, however seeing as how Tissot used to be Omega’s sister company I could live with it. In any case, the dial is the star here, with its smooth grayish tone, gold “explorer” style markers and dauphine hands, and the always attractive crosshair markers. It’s simply an incredible combination of subtleties, and it will make someone’s wrist extremely satisfied indeed.

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Bulova Accutron Spaceview 214H (10k GF/SS) with Box

The Accutron Spaceview is an outright work of art, with its momentous and relieving to-the-ear tuning fork development and comparatively radical straightforward dial. The 214 development is the first tuning fork electronic development, and the smooth breadth of the subsequent hands is a joy to notice. This gold-filled model comes with its unique arm band and box. The merchant expresses that it is working and murmuring along pleasantly. This one requirements some honest effort to clean the first gem, yet with that cleared up you’ll have yourself a pleasant illustration of an immortal exemplary that is important for horological history.

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