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Vintage Pocket Watches

Antique pocket watches are more than just timepieces; they are a testament to the craftsmanship and ingenuity of bygone eras. They represent a time when every object was created with care, precision, and an eye for beauty. These exquisite pieces not only tell time but also tell a story of the past, making them highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts.

The history of pocket watches dates back to the 16th century, when they were first introduced in Europe. They were initially quite large and cumbersome, but as technology improved, they became smaller, more accurate, and more intricate. By the 19th century, pocket watches were a common accessory for gentlemen, symbolizing wealth and status.

Watch Museum has been collecting and dealing in fine vintage and antique pocket watches for years! We provide a variety of Antique Pocket Watches and Related Expert Services. Here you will find a range of many kinds of pocket watch for sale counting:

Verge Fusee Antique Pocket Watches, Pair Cased Antique Pocket Watches, Repeater Pocket Watches, Chronograph Pocket Watches, English Lever Pocket Watches, Gents Antique Pocket Watches, Antique Chiming Pocket Watches, Antique Enamel Pocket Watches, Prior Antique Pocket Watches, Breguet Antique Pocket Watches, Waltham Antique Pocket Watches and more with Gold and Silver Cases including Open Faced, Hunter and Half Hunter Pocket Watches; all have been serviced, cleaned and repaired or restored as necessary, and they are all working.

These pocket watches are working antiques – there are very few other 100-year-old mechanical things that still work in the way they were intended to. The pocket watches here are from 50 to more than 350 years old. Vintage Pocket Watches

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Watch crystals are vital for safeguarding the watch face and are made from three main materials: acrylic, mineral glass, and sapphire. Acrylic crystals are the most affordable and resistant to shattering but can scratch easily. Mineral glass is tougher and more scratch-resistant than acrylic, making it a popular choice for mid-range watches due to its balance of durability and cost. Sapphire watch crystals are known for their superior hardness and clarity, offering the highest level of scratch resistance and are typically used in luxury watches. The type of crystal significantly influences the watch’s durability, appearance, and price, catering to diverse user needs and preferences.