Category: vintage

Ball Watch Company poster advertising superior railroad timepieces, circa 1925.

Stunner. Can’t believe Steven sold this beauty.

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Exquisite Solid 9 carat gold men’s Waltham military wire-lug wristwatch made for the English market, circa WWI. Fully restored, with period engraving and correct two-piece cordovan strap.

Happy Birthday, Goldie Hawn, who turns 74 today!

Colorful 1950s era advertisement for famed husband and wife team Roy Rogers and Dale Evans’ wristwatches for boys and girls. The famous couple starred in movies, television and radio. The extremely popular “King of the Cowboys” and “Queen of the West” had their images on a lot of memorabilia including lunchboxes, toys and wristwatches.

For the poodle who has everything: In the early ‘50s Hammer Schlemmer offered a gold dog collar donning a Swiss watch. This photo was taken by famed photographer Yale Joel in November of 1953 and featured in LIFE magazine.

Ladies’ completely original Deco-era Gruen Guild wire-lug wristlet in 14k white gold fill; featuring an astonishingly original carved sterling silver dial, blued hands and original florid crown, circa 1920s.

Great colorized photo of pilot trainee, Shirley Slade, who was a member of WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots). Slade was one of about 1,100 chosen for the program and trained at Avenger Field in Sweetwater, Texas. Slade sported pigtails,GI coveralls and a great wristwatch as she posed on the wing of her Army trainer for this image, which appeared on the July 19, 1943 cover of LIFE magazine.

Omega Chronometer wristwatch advertisement, circa 1945.

Lon Chaney, Jr. with his groomer on the set of
“The Wolf Man,” 1941 – and his hair was perfect. Happy
Halloween, everyone!