Watch Spotting: The Best Vintage Watches From The Miami Antiques Show (Tons Of Photos)
Matthew Bain, Inc.
A decent late ’50s Big Crown Submariner.
A group of extraordinary, mid-century Pateks and Rolex watches including a 8171, and uncommon Tiffany Do Unto Others Patek 2552.
A Movado World-Timer and Zenith Chronograph.
Two 2526s, in various colors.
Two Beta 21 Pateks.
Who needn’t bother with an entire pack of Daytonas?
Lots and bunches of Rolex sports models.
A-Series RO reference 5402.
Solid-gold reference 3700 Nautilus.
So numerous Pateks, including a stellar white-gold 570.
A box of ’70s stuff.
Just Vintage + Alessandro Ciani + Danies Wong
Three mind boggling gold Patek chronographs.
Killer gold Universal Compur.
Some decent, more affordable stuff.
F.P. Journe Octa in platinum.
Some weighty hitters: 1579R, 530J, 3450, 2499, an early AP chrono in pink.
The lord of the Submariners: Reference 6200.
Lots o’ Rolex.
That 1940s pink-gold AP – locate another in this size.
Amazing yellow-on-yellow Dato-Compax Rolex.
Absolutely dazzling pink-gold VC 4178 with retailer signature and two-tone dial.
Serpico marked 6204.
Massimo Barraca + Vintage Watches Miami
Some extraordinary Subs, including a Singer model dial.
Nice full set Sub.
One of the most delightful GMTs available, in addition to some Daytonas.
Somewhere else At The Show
Clocks and an incredible model escapement.
Early complicated clock.
Too numerous pocketwatches.
So, so numerous awful watches.
Because, why not?
Vintage jewels covered up among contemporary crap.
This is a thing.
Lots of complicated present day Pateks from Gruenberg.
Poor photograph, however this is a really mint Big Red from Michael Weisberg.
On The Wrist, And Not For Sale
Neat one from Menta Watches.
Killer Gallet on some person named Wind.
Remember when Snowflakes were cheap?
Racing dial Speedy from Roy at Davidoff Brothers.
Insane mint rose-gold 2526 Serpico Y Laino with coordinating rose bracelet.