Value In Vintage Watches: Rolex Oyster Perpetual, Omega Day-Date & more!!

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Christian dives into three vintage watches in the Theo & Harris watch shop.

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In this episode, Christian dives into three vintage watches from the watch shop at Theo & Harris. The first is a Universal Geneve Polerouter, a true staple of the watch shop and one of the pieces designed by the legendary Gerald Genta, introduced in 1954, and has remained a piece that your average Joe on the street probably won’t know anything about at first glance. Next on the list is an Omega Day-Date in immaculate condition from 1968. It comes on a beads of rice bracelet, and and was designed originally to be the archetypal all-round watch, a watch that could be worn to the beach, to the board room, and on a jet to some foreign locale. Last but not least, we have a Rolex Oyster Perpetual, a reference 6424. It features a completely unobstructed silver dial, arrowhead shaped hour markers, and wide alpha hands, crafting not only a beautiful and simple, but also symmetrical timepiece, and a true underdog in the world of vintage Rolex.

Comments

John Frei says:

What can we expect in terms of reliability for these watches going forward? Enough to feel confident that we will be able to hand them down to our progeny?

Sgt. Bilko says:

Theo, for many months your intro has had a dust spec at around 0:20 – can you confirm any watch you sell would have this picked up and rectified before getting to a potential customer?

Marktuyet says:

Love the Oyster Precision . It’s a real down to earth time keeper . Class !

Aaron Murphree says:

I really need that brown strap!

Louis says:

Great video as always Christian, but I would really appreciate having photographs of the watch movements on the website. Cheers!

Denis Spratt says:

I might have to get a Polerouter sometime.
Its just a beautiful watch.
Keep up the good work.

Blake Hund says:

where did you get that hoodie?

vic bennett says:

@TheoandHarris I’m very new to the watch world and now I have a bug for watches.I’m more attracted to the dress and field watches specifically. I also appreciate those watches displaying a vintage aesthetic. I would like your personal opinion on if I should value quality over quantity at this point or quantity over quality. Of course I won’t go out and buy a couple Invictas for a cheap price, but do you suggest looking more in to a specific beginner brand with fair prices instead of diving in to $500 Seiko or Tissot? Also, if you have any suggestions on specific dress or field watches I should look in to, by all means push me in the right direction.

supermario7346 says:

I was wondering why is it that so many of the day-date watches available in the T&H shop are in spanish?

Richard - says:

Not my cup of tea

Eden Opher says:

Ouch, the hands on that polerouter are not aligned. The hours say 10:40, but the minutes says :15. sad.

guannan says:

I am just wondering about the servicing of an universal geneve watch especially those with micro-rotors. Are the parts still readily available?

stephen taylor says:

All the best to you at Theo and Harris.

Oğuz Han says:

I’ll buy an Jean Rousseau on my birthday. ON MY BIRTHDAY!

Mohamed Zid says:

Great video

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