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Waltham De Luxe 100 Jewels Rollmatic

Pre-owned () | Year of production 1960 | No original box | No original papers
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Basic Info

Listing code J85WN4
Brand Waltham
Movement Automatic
Case material Gold/Steel
Year of production 1960 (Approximation)
Condition (Worn with little to no signs of wear)
Scope of delivery
No original box, no original papers
Gender Men's watch/Unisex
Location Austria, Bezau
Price €1,000 (= $1,092) [Negotiable]
Availability Item is in stock


Movement Automatic


Case material Gold/Steel
Case diameter 36 x 38 mm


Bracelet color Black
Clasp material Steel


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I am offering for sale a unique vintage men's watch waltham de luxe 100
jewels rollmatic with automatic winding cyclotron and red date in original gold plated case bezel and screwed stainless steel case back and a very nice brand new elegant model. Luxury dress watch.
On the dial: Waltham de luxe, 100 jewels, rollmatic
On the back of the case: Waltham since 1850, automatic, water-resistant, the Waltham eagle with wings spread wide and the w between the claws Gold-plated case/bezel with screw-down stainless steel back, silver pattern dial with gold w emblem, gold arrows as hour markers, gold hour/minute/second hands and beautiful multiple small white dots around the circumference.
Case dimensions: 36 mm x 38 mm (with crown) × 42 (lug tip to lug tip) and 11 mm thick with 20 mm lugs.
Works and keeps time.

Waltham 100 Jewels from the 1960s, one of Waltham's infamous watches from the "Jewel Wars" era, this one is based on a 17 jewel caliber as (a. Shield).
2063 movement, with the extra 83 jewels placed on either side of the circumference of the automaton rotor (you can see the jewels on the outer circumference). These extra jewels served no real useful function and were basically a marketing tool, supposedly to ease the movement of the rotor and keep it free of "scratches".
This extremely rare movement bears the inscription "waltham geneve swiss cyclotron 100 jewels". The additional
83 jewels are distributed in a decorative pattern around the circumference, below the retaining ring. According to the discussions on the nawcc website, this is an extremely unusual and very rare movement made to celebrate the 100th anniversary or similar milestone of the Waltham Watch Company. This could not only be an interesting research project, but an important piece for a watch collector or the nawcc museum... Everyone is looking for a watch, this is a chance to have one of the few remnants from the great history and scale of the great Waltham Watch Co. and I have not seen anything like this anywhere....
The watch will be carefully packaged and shipped insured with tracking.

No box and no papers.
Photos are part of the description. Please take a close look at them.
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Laurin S.
User since 2023


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