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eBay Finds: Mido Swissonic, ’50s Tissot Bullseye, and More

eBay Finds: Mido Swissonic, ’50s Tissot Bullseye, 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 anxious making a plunge into those dinky 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 extraordinary vintage pearls searching for another home. Glad hunting!


Tissot ’50s-time Men’s Dress Watch with a Black and Gold Bullseye Dial

Man, this vintage Tissot is a genuine looker! It has a totally stunning two-tone dark and gold bullseye dial, and combined with the ventured bezel the frontside of the watch simply has an incredible mid-century enchant. The 34.5mm wide yellow gold-filled case has all the earmarks of being unpolished and includes sharp carries. This magnificence even has the first marked crown. As per the vender, the programmed development has even been overhauled, so it ought to be all set when you get it.

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Bulova 1925 Dress Watch

Here is a vintage 1925 Bulova beaten up pretty bad with what I accept to be its unique dial with painted radium numerals. The dial is in heavenly condition with an exquisite patina that looks incredible for a watch that’s almost 100 years of age, and those radium-filled church building hands are quite sweet. The white gold-filled case looks incredible, as well, and it’s truly praiseworthy of watches from that period.

As a reward, there is likewise an etching looking into it back. I love minimal individual contacts like this as they truly add to the tale of the watch, and who doesn’t need a decent story to oblige their vintage watch?

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Mido Swissonic LED Watch

The Bulova Computron legacy discharge this year was met with resonating applause, and all things considered. The retro, wedge-molded driver’s watch is simply so overly cool, and with the always expanding notoriety of mechanical watches, it was a welcome curiosity. All things considered, what about a unique LED driver’s watch? No, it’s not a Computron, but rather this Mido Swissonic has heaps of vintage strut, and it’s in brilliant working condition. It most likely went ahead a wristband initially, however this model is quite scant so poor people can’t consistently be choosers. Put the correct lash on this ’70 magnum opus and you’ll be stylin’!

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Mido Multifort Extra

When it downpours, it pours! I found a second extraordinary Mido this week, however in a vastly different style than the Swissonic. This little 31mm Multifort Extra has a phenomenal look with the inset hour markers and lancette hands. The case seems to look unique, and I accept the crown is also, however the merchant doesn’t give an unmistakable photograph of it straight on. It’s fueled by a spotless, early guard development, which can be finicky, however are generally truly cool if they’re in great condition. This is an incredible looking watch for somebody with a more modest wrist, or for somebody who likes more modest watches in general.

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