In the case of old goods, it is normal to see traces of usage and age. Because of this reason, we do not give a guarantee of accuracy and power reserve. Please also note, that a second-hand watch is usually not longer waterproof, even when originally stated by the manufacturer. Water resistance is not a permanent feature. We therefore recommend that with regular usage and for the sake of preservation, to have a revision carried out by a specialist. We cannot accept any liability for improper handling by the buyer.
During in house testing the watch was functional. Size and weight may deviate from the manufacturer’s indication. All watches are hand-measured and weighed. Should this lot contain property from endangered species, these elements will not be shipped. This only applies to prospective non-EU customers if a species conservation certificate is missing.
0 - new condition, new old stock
1 - very good condition with minimal traces of wear, possibly replaced or missing parts
2 - good condition with slight traces of wear, possibly replaced or missing parts
3 - satisfying condition with clearly visible traces of wear, possibly replaced or missing parts
4 - worn condition with strong traces of wear, possibly replaced or missing parts
5 - heavily worn condition with strong traces of wear, possibly replaced or missing parts
6 - damaged, completely or partially non-functional
The company Hermès, based in Paris, was founded in 1837 by the saddler Thierry Hermès (1901-1878) as a business for riding accessories. Under Thierry's son, Charles-Émile Hermès, the product range was extended to cases and leather bags as of 1878. Handbags were introduced in the 1920s. Finally, in 1951, the company launched its first perfume. The high quality and durability of the Hermès products quickly became known throughout Europe. Today, Hermès is known worldwide for its high quality craftsmanship.