Automatic watches utilize the motion involved with being worn on the wrist to automatically wind the mainspring. This allows the piece to continue accurately displaying the time without the need for manual winds. If owners are proactive about caring for their watches, it is possible for these durable pieces to last for many generations.
Vintage watches have gained popularity in recent years, and demand for automatic watches from the past may grow because of this trend toward vintage items. Consistence price increases and steady demand make vintage watches an ideal long-term investment choice.
Omega Constellation 18ct Gold 1968£2195
Omega Seamaster 1961
Omega Seamaster 18ct Gold 1954£1495
Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust 1972£2295
Omega Seamaster Chronometer 18ct Gold 1950£2395
Omega Seamaster Automatic Gold Cap 1960£1195
Tudor Oyster 34 Prince 1954£1290
Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust 1997£2795
Omega Constellation 1962
Omega Seamaster De Ville 9ct Gold 1967
Omega Seamaster 1966