I trade antique watches from the 1920s through the 1950s and love to come across masterpieces in timepiece engineering. Just yesterday I bought and sold two
beautifully designed classics for about $90,000. But fine antique watches leave me frustrated. Because they’re so delicate and difficult to fix, I almost never wear one.
So we came up with a solution: The Stauer Automatic Quotidien. Using a design reminiscent of the early complicated wristwatches of the 1920s (from three of my favorite high-end makers) we’ve created a modern day masterpiece... with a surprisingly "antique" price.
The world’s finest "brand new antique"? Today, we can build a vintage-styled automatic timepiece with multiple complications, enhanced by modern accuracy and durability that you can wear without the worry. The Quotidien features a 22-jeweled automatic movement that is a marvel of miniaturized precision.
The interior "eyes" or complications include a 24-hour clock, as well as day of the week, date and month. But at this "antique" price, you can wear it every day without the worry. And by the way, this modern marvel is far more accurate than our collection of fine antiques. We use over $31 million in Swiss-built machinery and then test the timepiece for over 15 days to insure the quality.
It’s rare to see fine collectible wristwatches with this many complications in good condition and if you have one that you would like to part with, please send us an email with a picture and description. We are major dealers in rare silver and gold coins, watches and jewelry and we may pay you handsomely for the right piece. Unlike the older pieces, our modern "antique" carries a 2-year warranty on the movement and a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee. Feel free to test out this historic timepiece or send it back, no questions asked.