This classic, vintage Mathey-Tissot ladies watch is a solid, timeless example of the Swiss watchmaker's later 20th century limited-edition offerings—practical, flashy, and rugged. It's presented in two-tone stainless steel with yellow gold plating, mineral glass crystal, and a white dial.
The shiny, handcrafted tonneau shaped stainless case is is 1" (25mm) across. The minimalist dial features gold-tone hour markers and pointed baton hands with a floating gold bezel on the underside of the crystal. It's water-resistant and has an extremely sturdy integrated link bracelet with double locking clasp. It's a contemporary, and slightly more subtle take on the classic 1960s Rolex Lady Datejust two-tone watch.
I lovingly restored this masterpiece to operate just like it did way back when it was made. YOU'RE WELCOME!
It's the perfect addition to a CLASSY and FASHIONABLE wrist near you! This modern classic watch brings adds a flourish to casual outfits (blue jeans! yes!), and is an excellent addition to everyday business casual ensembles.
The integrated Mathey-Tissot two-tone stainless link bracelet fits wrists up to a maximum of 6.75" (17.1cm) around. A jeweler can remove links for smaller wrists. [Use a measuring tape to measure around your wrist before purchasing! Contact me if you have any questions!]
The Swiss-made watch is powered by a fully restored Akita 9GB06 quartz (battery) movement.
▪️ Vintage Mathey-Tissot ladies two-tone SGX-106 watch—Switzerland, circa 1985
▪️ A practical, fashionable everyday watch
▪️ Two-tone stainless steel water-resistant construction
▪️ Minimalist white dial with gold-tone markers and pointed baton hands
▪️ Engine: fully restored Akita 9GB06 quartz (battery) movement
▪️ Case is 1" (25mm) across / 1.2" (29mm) tall including the bracelet mounts
▪️ Original stainless link bracelet with safety clasp fits wrists up to MAX 6.75" (17.1cm) around
▪️ Six month warranty for the FULLY RESTORED mechanical workings
🕰 MATHEY-TISSOT HISTORY 🕰
Edmond Mathey-Tissot established his watchmaking business in the village of Les Ponts-de-Martel in 1886. In 1899, the outbreak of the Second Boer War led to such an expansion in demand for Mathey-Tissot watches that a new factory was built. Among the orders received was one from a nobleman in Scotland who commissioned 2,500 watches, having decided to present every man in his son's regiment.
During the First World War, the company supplied the US Army's Corps of Engineers with large numbers of precision chronographs. General Pershing, commanding the United States Expeditionary Force, awarded the watches to his staff. The company supplied the U. S. Army and the Royal Navy through WWII.
In 1969-1970 Elvis Presley bought several dozen customized Mathey-Tissot watches for family, friends, and staff—which were used to grant backstage access.
🔎 CONDITION 🔍
It's cosmetically in EXCELLENT condition. The rear of the case and caseback show some signs of wear commensurate with ~35 years of careful use and handling. There is some patina on the sides of the case, which isn't noticeable when wearing it. The crystal, dial, hands, and inner mechanical movement are in EXCEPTIONAL, almost like new condition. The bracelet shows some signs of wear and use, but looks and functions excellently. The double safety clasp is nice and tight.
HOW DOES IT RUN? The mechanical operating condition of the Akita 9GB06 quartz movement is LIKE NEW. I fully restored it to ensure you're getting a dependable, functional timepiece. Every single tiny piece of this watch was disassembled, cleaned, inspected, adjusted, reassembled, and calibrated to keep time as well as the day it was first made. Sounds complicated and expensive? It was. A full servicing and mechanical restoration like this generally costs at least $150. (That's over $150 that YOU don't have to pay.)
⏰ OPERATION ⏰
This is a battery powered watch. Pull out the crown and rotate it to set the time. Push it back in when you're done. Contact me with questions.
Of course, it's not about telling time. It's about how it makes you feel. For creative individualists, a watch is a powerful tool that amplifies the expression of your individuality.
📬 SHIPPING 📬
To protect your investment, all watches are sent with SIGNATURE REQUIRED. Keep this in mind when entering your address.
NOTE: USPS ••INTERNATIONAL•• shipments are delayed by a few weeks due to COVID, except the USPS Priority Express (2-5 days) service. If you need it FAST, you can upgrade to Express during checkout. Questions? Special requests? Contact me!
🛠 WARRANTY 🛠
I offer you a six month warranty on the internal mechanical movement. Contact me if anything isn't working as expected.
I appraise, repair, and buy vintage watches. Message me for more information.
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Shipping from United States
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- Canada : 1 - 2 weeks
- Italy : 2 - 5 weeks
- United Kingdom : 2 - 3 weeks
- United States : 2 - 5 business days
I'll do my best to meet these shipping estimates, but can't guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the shipping method you choose.
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I gladly accept returns and exchanges
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The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
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Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Will my package require a signature?
Yes. A signature is required for all shipments. That way you can rest assured that your items will arrive safely. Make sure to use a shipping address where someone can sign for your package, otherwise you'll have to go to the post office to collect it.
What shipping method do you use?
Items with free shipping are sent by USPS First Class with insurance and signature required.
International orders ship via USPS Priority.
Upgraded shipping is USPS Priority Express mail with insurance and signature required.
Can I upgrade to faster shipping?
Yes! Upgraded shipping is via USPS Priority Express Mail with insurance and signature required. It usually takes 1-2 days within the continental USA.
Can I get a different colored watchband?
I have watchbands in many different styles, colors and materials. If you love the watch but want a different color band, send me a message. I'll see if I have the color you want in my inventory. If I don't, you can swap out the band for any strap you'd like by buying one online or taking it to your local jeweler or watch repair store.
Does my watch need a battery?
It depends on the watch.
1) Mechanical (hand-winding): These watches use a spring and gears to run. There is no battery. You must wind the watch once daily for it to keep running. Most of my watches are this kind.
2) Mechanical (automatic/kinetic): These use a spring and gears as well as a swinging pendulum that rotates as you move throughout the day. It winds itself. You don't need a battery and you don't need to wind it.
3) Quartz: These use batteries. Your watch will include a brand new battery. They can last anywhere from six months to a few years, depending on the watch.
I changed my mind! Can I cancel my order and get a full refund?
We don't accept cancellations for a refund. Instead, we offer you store credit which you can use on any of our other items. This store credit is good for one year.
Will the vintage watchband fit me?
Use a measuring tape to measure around your wrist.
All my detailed descriptions include the max wrist size of the bracelet. Bracelets are standardized. They're not an integral part of the watch itself. It's easy to change the band.
Gift wrapping and packaging
My gift wrapping is awesome. Choose the gift wrapping upgrade during checkout. Make sure to let me know the name of the person getting the gift so I can write it on the card.
The bracelet (aka band or strap) is usually NOT an integral part of the "watch" itself. It's normal (and somewhat expected) that you'll have a jeweler adjust the band to fit you, or replace the band with one that you can try on in person. Watchbands are standardized and available from any jeweler, watch shop, and online.