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A Super Early Replica Rolex Explorer I, A Nice Old Omega Pie Pan, And A "Slow Moving" Breitling SuperOcean

It's Friday and we've showed you some great stuff this week, including a hyper rare Replica Rolex Sea-Dweller, a look at two AP Grande Comps each worth over $1,000,000, an FP Journe CS given to George Daniels by FP Journe himself, and an incredibly detailed (and critically aclaimed!) review of the A. Lange & Sohne's Lange 1 Time Zone. But, we're back to show you more, and as with all round-ups from HODINKEE, each item is actually for sale, currently. Today we have a super early Explorer I, a nice original Omega Constellation Pie-Pan (with original bracelet), and arguably the coolest chronograph Breitling ever made, the SuperOcean "slow moving" chronograph.

1950s Replica Rolex Explorer I Reference 6350

The 6350 was one of the earliest known reference of Explorer I's, launching in 1953. Not all 6350's even read "Explorer" on the dial, nor feature the famous "3,6,9" layout that we've come to associate with the Explorer. So, this incredibly early example of the Explorer is special because it does in fact have all the traits that one would want from such a watch, and it's in what appears to be nice, unmolested condition. It even retains its original BREVET crown. It's selling for $14,500 from respected NY dealer Andrew Shear, and this is a nice piece for someone looking for a really special vintage Replica Rolex. (Original Listing)

An Omega Constellation Pie Pan with Original Bracelet

These pie-pan constellations are going through a bit of a resurgence in popularity because they can be so easily found for little money. This example appear to be all original and in nice condition, and is listed on eBay for $1200. What makes this particular example interesting are the funky horn style lugs, and that it retains its original Omega bracelet. (Original Listing)

1960s Breitling SuperOcean "Slow Moving" Chronograph

The SuperOcean is one of the coolest, strangest, and most sought after old Breitlings around. It was designed in the mid-1960s as a diver's chronograph and features just a bizarre "slow moving" chronograph mechanism that does not show running seconds in any way. In fact, that giant snow-flake style hand you see at twelve o'clock is actually the minutes counter for the chrono. Because there is no running seconds, the wearer might not be able to tell if it's activated or not, so that aperture above 6 o'clock turns white when it's running. On top of this funky complication, the SuperOcean is just a fantastic looking old fake watch very much in line with the Submariners and Seamaster 300s of the day, and it's sized for today with a case diameter of 42mm. These do not often come up for sale, and this one appears to be in truly superb condition. Asking price is $7500, and it comes from upstart vendor Analog/Shift, who just launched yesterday. (Original Listing)

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