On receipt of Payment, we will ship the watch to you with insured delivery.
At the moment we accept the following payment methods:
– You are welcome to collect your watch from our offices.
– Cheque (Business or personal, we will dispatch goods on clearance of payment – usually 10 working days)
– Bankers Draft
– Bank Transfer
– International Money Order (we will dispatch watch on clearance of funds)
– Western union Money Order (please contact us for details)
All watches remain the property of vintageheuer.com until payment is received.
We offer a 3 month Guarantee on all watches to cover against the mechanics of the watch.
If you are unhappy with any purchase for any reason we will be happy to refund your payment, less postage. The watch must be returned in the condition it was sent. Please contact us or telephone us within 3 working days if you wish to return your purchase.
Watches are used watches, consequently they may have wear marks, in accordance with the normal wear and tear of its age.
Faulty items (Dead on Arrival) are to be returned within 5 working days of delivery.
If the watch is found to be not as described please contact us immediately.
All our watches have been fully serviced before being offered for sale. We are happy to provide more detailed images of watches if required, please contact us.
By Jonathan Scatchard on 22/03/17 in: Latest News
English singer Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones sitting on a park bench in a panama hat and two-tone shoes, October 1973. (Photo by Anwar Hussein/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Some great pictures have emerged of Mick Jagger wearing a Heuer Carrera blue dial 1553 in the early seventies. We do applaud his choice the Carrera is a little in the shadow of the racing Autavia’s , the blue dial is quite stunning when you see it in the flesh.read more
By Jonathan Scatchard on 02/02/17 in: Watch News
Eyebrows were raised last week when a rare vintage Heuer Autavia sold very quickly at e195000 on a German web site. The first execution ref 2446 is indeed truly rare as less than 10 examples are known to exist and this one was new to the market, it becomes the most expensive Heuer sold publicly. The tone was set by Christies who sold a slightly later version last year for $125000, even more remarkable is the fact that 2 years ago it would have been expected to fetch around $30000!read more
By Andy A on 11/01/17 in: Latest News
Many thanks to the Barclays Center in New York for choosing one of our lovely vintage Heuer’s to present to Ed Sheeran as a momento of his performance on the 31 May.read more