Heuer Bundeswehr Sternzeit-Chronograph, Switzerland, c. 1968
Heuer Bundeswehr Sternzeit-Chronograph, Switzerland, c. 1968
Classic Auction No. 704 from Berlin

Big Vintage – Watches with History

2016-12-09T17:00:00.000Z2016-12-09T19:00:00.000ZBerlin & Onlinehttps://auctionata.com/en/s/1095/auction-big-vintage-watches-with-history-december-2016Vintage watches is a selection of very rare luxury watches from the best known manufacturers from the period of 1800 to 1980. Today's rarity of the watches caused by the age or additionally by limited editions is the best argument for the participation in this auction. This sale includes timepieces of the brands Louis Audemars, Heuer, Breitling, Omega and Jaeger-LeCoultre. --- The best pieces of the sale are mentioned here: First of all the Heuer „Sternzeit-Chronograph“. Circa 1967, the watch was exclusively developed by Heuer for the German Bundeswehr. The watch, which was adjusted for the sidereal time, served the artillery to determine the direction. More highlights of the sale are the Heuer Monaco Chronograph Steve McQueen and an early Omega Speedmaster. In Addition a special Louis Audemars Savonette Chronograph Rattrapante Morte and a Louis Audemars Savonette One-Minute Tourbillon, made by the talented watchmaker Auguste Grether are two of the most important, precious and rare pieces. Friday, December 9, 6:00 pm CET
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Vintage watches is a selection of very rare luxury watches from the best known manufacturers from the period of 1800 to 1980. Today's rarity of the watches caused by the age or additionally by limited editions is the best argument for the participation in this auction. This sale includes timepieces of the brands Louis Audemars, Heuer, Breitling, Omega and Jaeger-LeCoultre.
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The best pieces of the sale are mentioned here: First of all the Heuer „Sternzeit-Chronograph“. Circa 1967, the watch was exclusively developed by Heuer for the German Bundeswehr. The watch, which was adjusted for the sidereal time, served the artillery to determine the direction. More highlights of the sale are the Heuer Monaco Chronograph Steve McQueen and an early Omega Speedmaster. In Addition a special Louis Audemars Savonette Chronograph Rattrapante Morte and a Louis Audemars Savonette One-Minute Tourbillon, made by the talented watchmaker Auguste Grether are two of the most important, precious and rare pieces.

All items

6 | Breitling Navitimer Chronograph, Ref. 81610, c. 1985
  • Breitling Navitimer chronograph, ref. 81610
  • Switzerland, c. 1985
  • Automatic movement, calibre 7750; 17 jewels, hour, minute, second, date, chronograph
  • Silver dial, gold luminescent hands
  • Watch case and original pin buckle of stainless steel
  • Brown calfskin leather strap
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10 | Jaeger LeCoultre Master Control Calendar, Switzerland, 1980s
  • Jaeger LeCoultre Master Control Calendar ref. 141.119.5
  • Switzerland, 1980s
  • Movement: Automatic movement, calibre 901, hour, minute, date, moon phase, clean, condition 2
  • Dial: Signed white dial, gold hands and indexes, hands slightly tarnished, condition 2
  • Case: Stainless steel case, bezel of 18K yellow gold, screwed caseback, sapphire crystal, lugs width: 18 mm, case no.1607493, condition 3
  • Bracelet: Brown crocodile leather bracelet with signed pin buckle, condition 2
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23 | Heuer Autavia Chronograph, Jo Siffert Design, Switzerland 1970s
  • Heuer Autavia Jo Siffert Design Chronograph, ref. 73363T
  • Switzerland, 1970s
  • Movement: handwindig movement, Valjoux 7730, hour, minute, small second, 30 seconds’ counter, chronograph, condition: 1
  • Dial: Signed white dial, white, silver and red hands with luminescent mass, silver indexes, tachymeter, condition 3
  • Case: stainless steel, mineral glass, rotating bezel, watch case no.: 213932, condition 3
  • Bracelet: stainless steel with signed folding clasp, with essential stretch, condition 3
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44 | Heuer Autavia Jochen Rindt Chronograph, Switzerland, c. 1968
  • Heuer Autavia Jochen Rindt Chronograph, 3rd execution, ref. 2446H
  • Switzerland, c. 1968
  • Movement: automatic movement, Valjoux 72, hour, minute, small second, 30 minutes’ counter, 12 hours’ counter, chronograph, condition 1
  • Dial: signed black dial, silver and black hands with luminescent mass (not in delivery condition), black chronograph hands, silver indexes, condition 3
  • Case: stainless steel watch case, plexi glass, signed crown, bidirectional rotating bezel with 12 hours’ division, case no.: 89961, condition 3
  • Strap: black leather strap with signed pin buckle, condition 1
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