Maastrichtrolex@replicawatchcompanyreviews.compass however, most likely for show as it were. Leon Martens is situated at Stationsstraat 39-41 in Maastricht.
Leon Martens, picture taken from their website.
The next shop was found in the wake of strolling around the middle a piece, called . In the wake of glancing in the window for a few while (bunches of brands, vintage to new), I chose to enter the shop to check on the off chance that they had some more, yet it was simply excessively swarmed. I advised one of the sales reps I would come back later. What’s more, I did ofcourse 🙂 The sales rep saw my watch and disclosed to me that they had an intriguing box with vintage Rolexes. I saw three watches, a Rolex Sea-Dweller (twofold red printing), a 16660 Rolex Sea-Dweller (presumably from the last part of the 70s) and a Rolex Submariner with overlaid dial and extremely slick shoulders (ref.5512, 1960s model). I think the proprietor of the shop assisted me with excursion, I revealed to him I was keen on a 1977 Submariner or Sea-Dweller (that’s my time of birth). This isn’t a transient venture ofcourse, as it most likely will cost me very some cash, yet it is consistently ideal to get somewhat orientated regarding the matter :- ). The merchant showed me his 1961 Daytona with ‘Tiffany’ dial, which I promptly perceived on the grounds that Gerard from had one in his shop quite recently and showed me it too. I couldn’t affirm it was a similar watch however, nonetheless, there likely aren’t such a large number of these around 🙂 Anyway, the retailer gave me a card and some sort of little leaflet of their own ‘Steiner’ watch and advised me to call or email him when I needed a 1977 Submariner. Steiner is situated at Stokstraat 2 in Maastricht.
Steiner, picture taken from their website.
Another shop I entered was , likewise situated in the focal point of Maastricht. The window showed a wide range of vintage (and some ‘newer’ utilized) watches.. from a tuningfork Bulova SpaceView to a Rolex Submariner. There were a few clients in the shop taking a gander at watches and talking about with the retailer, so I just had a look in the presentations and saw a couple of decent Omega watches. He additionally had some decent vintage Longines (if my memory teaches me a lesson) with their unique box and paper(s). Brocantique watches is situated at Heggenstraat 14 in Maastricht.
Brocantique’s retailer. Picture taken from their website.
Besides these four, Maastricht has not many more fascinating watch&jewellery stores. I likewise saw another shop that conveys vintage/utilized watches, however can’t recollect the name. It is situated close to Onze Lieve Vrouwe plein. For fountainpens (a premium that goes nearly connected at the hip with looks as it appears) you should visit Mevri, situated at Grote Staat 6 in Maastricht. This weekend I purchased a StarWalker fountainpen from Montblanc to join the ballpoint from a similar arrangement I purchased there last year.
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