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1st: Late 80s Sinn 142 D1 PVD, restored, $2,300 delivered anywhere.
Watch was in poor cosmetic shape when received. Watch and bracelet were sent off to the Jedi master of watch work, the inimitable Jack Alexyon of IWW.

Case and bracelet were cleaned and re-coated. Dial was re-lumed. Current cost for this work would be in the neighborhood of $1,200.
All functions work as they should.

Comes on original Sinn logo NSA spring loaded clasp bracelet with 22mm ends. Bracelet measures 6.5" in length and, in conjunction with the watch, will fit a wrist in excess of 8". This watch needs nothing to be worn and enjoyed daily. Watch is in 90% condition.

Now asking $2,300 delivered anywhere with payment via bank wire or paypal e-check.
You won't find a nicer twenty-something year old watch anywhere.


SOLD Pending Funds....2nd: Early 90s Sinn 142 D1, steel, $1650 delivered anywhere.

Clean and working perfectly. Screw down crown.
All functions work as they should and the watch is keeping time to withing approximately 10 seconds per day.
According to watchmaker's markings the crown tube was replaced a couple of years ago.
Bracelet will fit up to a 7.5" wrist. Bead blasted finish has minor scuffs but I'd call it a solid 85% on the conservative side.

These 142s are not getting getting any more common, that's for sure. Sinn's replacement is a monstrosity with a modified 7750 and is horrendous IMO.

The crystal is clean, the lume is very good for a vintage watch, and the wrist presence is amazing. One small issue is the bezel crown. It works perfectly but the end of it has an odd embossed look to. If you don't hold it up to your face and look at it end-on you'll never notice.

$1650 delivered anywhere with payment via bank-wire or paypal e-check.

3rd: 1970 (October 7th) Omega Speedmaster MKII with extract from Omega archives, $1750 delivered anywhere.
Clean and running great. Perfect crystal. Original and correct Omega 1159 bracelet with enough micro-adjustment holes to fit an 8" wrist.
85% Condition. Case is super but has a few superficial marks. Caseback has a few minor nicks.
Comes with official Omega extract from the archives detailing its production and delivery to the US Virgin Island in October of 1970.

NOTE: I have in excess of 100 references from over 10 years of perfect transactions on this and other fora. In order to do business with you I would like to either a) recognize your user name or b) be able to check a few references.

Please email chriskraska at gmail dot com for fastest response.

Thanks,

Chris







 

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PRICES Dropped! Sinn 142 PVD now $2,000 FIRM. Speedy MKII now $1600 FIRM. Please READ.

REDUCED: Sinn 142 PVD and Omega Speedmaster MKII all original with orange/gray dial!!!

Late 80s Sinn 142 D1 PVD, restored, $2,000 Firm delivered anywhere.

Watch was in poor cosmetic shape when received. Watch and bracelet were sent off to the Jedi master of watch work, the inimitable Jack Alexyon of IWW.

Case and bracelet were cleaned and re-coated. Dial was re-lumed. Current cost for this work would be in the neighborhood of $1,200.

Watch runs, sets, and keeps excellent time. All chronograph functions work perfectly. When hand winding the rotor sometimes doesn't disengage but I've found this to be a common occurrence with the Lemania 5100. Does not affect power reserve when watch is worn.

Comes on original Sinn logo NSA spring loaded clasp bracelet with 22mm ends. Bracelet measures 6.5" in length and, in conjunction with the watch, will fit a wrist in excess of 8". This watch needs nothing to be worn and enjoyed daily. Watch is in 95% condition.

Final and firm price of 2,000 delivered anywhere with payment via bank wire, personal check or paypal e-check.

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Next up is a 1970 (October 7th) Omega Speedmaster MKII with extract from Omega archives. Final and firm price of $1600 delivered anywhere.
Watch is lean and running great. My watchmaker opened it up and said it needed nothing. Perfect crystal and very light patina to the lume on the markers and hands. Original and correct Omega 1159 bracelet with enough micro-adjustment holes to fit an 8" wrist.

This is probably the nicest example of a Speedmaster Professional MKII I've had the pleasure to own. Watch is in genuine 90% condition. Case is super but has a few superficial marks. Caseback has a few minor nicks. Comes with official Omega extract from the archives detailing its production and delivery to the US Virgin Island in October of 1970.

NOTE: I have in excess of 100 references from over 10 years of perfect transactions on this and other fora. In order to do business with you I would like to either 1) know you from the fora or 2) be able to check a few references.

Please email chriskraska at gmail dot com for fastest response.

Thanks,

Chris

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