This listing is for an extremely rare Hamilton Khaki Brigade Quartermaster 9219, featuring their hooded archer logo. One collector has seen only three of these examples come up for sale in recent years. Brigade Quartermaster was a mail order company founded in 1975 that specialised in hard-to-find military surplus clothing, and built a small but loyal customer following in the pre-Internet catalog retail days. The company was sold by its founders in 2010, but is still around today as BrigadeQM, although the hooded archer logo appears to be gone. This is an excellent opportunity to bag an extremely rare variation of one of the most famous field watches of all time.
The Omega Dynamic collection is arguably one of Omega’s most unique collections, and is regarded today as a vintage must-have. The seller claims that the watch had been checked by a local watchmaker in Montreal and was given a clean bill of health; but note that there is no paperwork to substantiate this claim and that he has not personally timed it or the chronograph. That being said, the seller has done an excellent job detailing the piece, with a gallery of high-resolution images and even a video of it.
Our instant watch appraisal tool values this watch at $1,871, given the it’s pre-owned condition, lack of box and papers, and sale in North America. However, keep in mind that it does not come with the original bracelet. Despite this, the seller’s asking price of $1,345 is a deal to be had.
This listing comes with the original receipt and the full set, encompassing outer box, inner box, tag, booklets, warranty card, and still has most of its stickers on. The seller claims that the watch has never been worn nor sized. The seller prefers a face to face deal in Los Angeles but will ship if it is on the buyer’s label and buyer’s insurance. The market for the 2021 Tudor Black Bay Chrono is still in infancy due to the recency of its release. But the asking price of $5,800 seems reasonable considering it’s about what you would pay for one of these new, tax included (the watch retails for $5,225). In comparison, other sellers on forums have been asking in the ballpark of $6,300 to $6,700.
The SPB185 retailed at $1,200, and pairs a brushed steel bezel with black numerals and matte black dial, for an exceptionally clean finish. The listing comes with the full set, encompassing original box, tag, booklets, warranty card, and extra links. The seller claims that the watch was purchased from an AD on late March 2021, and thus still has its three year warranty.