Watchuseek Members - I'll get to the point, I have a very clean catch and release, thought I'd fall in love but only half way did. Alas, another (many) caught my eye and budget dwindles.
Story on the watch -
I was looking for an entry point to the Zenith club, I had been amazed with this...
SOLD! Thank you to my buyer & WUS!
MONDIA 1946 FIELD WATCH (black dial)
For sale is a rare homage to mil-spec field watches ordered by the British military from Swiss suppliers in 1945. They were issued as the "WWW" watch (Watch, Waterproof, Wrist), and today collectors know them as the...
WATCH HAS BEEN TRADED
Up for grabs today is a cool, funky, and very '70s Mondia Moonstone mystery dial-style watch. Photos are below and some close-ups are here.
36 mm (38 mm w/crown)
Resin (fiberglass??) case
Original dial, hands, and crown in great shape
Manual wind: A Schild movement, I...
I find this "complication" completely pointless, although absolutely fascinating, it's a really simple idea with a great result. Most of the complications have some pratical use, well, not the one on the Top Second - a mechanical watch with a flashing seconds dot.
This 70's watch...
Selling 4 amazing pieces as i need Some cash currently for other projects. My loss is your Gain!
The watches currently show time and work as far as i can see . I cannot give any Warranty on them as they are vintage. No Returns.
All prices include shipping Via EcoPost (10day...
Hello my friends!,
A beautiful watch today for sale.
The mondia 500m Swiss auto movement.
This is the exact same model as issued to the COMSUBIN (italian navy seals).
Case is empressive at width 49-50mm, Height 54mm , Thickness 15-16mm. Sits great on the wirst, Not too Heavy and Not to...
Good evening, i attach 2 photos of 3 manual-wind watches with square case/dial.
I would love to know the following infos (???) for each one.
a) CITO 17 Rubis
1. Company/brand history: ???
2. Decade of production: ???
3. Caliber/movement most likely used: ???
4. Robustness of the movement (1-5...
I'm looking for information on a watch that appears to have been sold with both Glycine and Mondia on the dial. While I haven't seen one myself, from photos it appears to be exactly the same watch.
I've seen the Glycine version for sale a few times, and the Mondia only once on a Spanish watch...
Hi! Can anyone provide any information on this Mondia chronograph? I'm guessing it's from 1974 as I've seen this model (or very very similar) done by Nivada and Waltham, but I still don't know much about it or how much it could be worth. Any idea?
After days of lustful browsing, I have narrowed down my choice to these watches. I want a luminous, non-chronograph watch that I can wear with both formals and casuals. I want a reliable German/European watch (with a swiss movement), and I don't mind a quartz. And my (stretched) budget...