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DOXA VINTAGE WATCHES

Vintage Watch Studio presents carefully curated collection of Doxa vintage watches available for purchase. From World War 2 era with inhouse movements to automatic calibers from 1080s and fine dress Doxa vintage watches which passed the test of time. 

DOXA VINTAGE WATCHES FOR SALE

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ABOUT DOXA VINTAGE WATCHES

DOXA WATCH HISTORY

Doxa, a Swiss watchmaking company, was established by Georges Ducommun in 1889, initially specializing in crafting high-quality timepieces for women. However, it gained widespread recognition in the 1960s for its dive watches, notably the iconic Doxa Sub 300 introduced in 1967, distinguished by its vibrant orange dial. Throughout its history, Doxa has been celebrated for its technical innovations in watchmaking, particularly in the realm of dive watches, which have appealed to both professional divers and recreational enthusiasts. Despite experiencing periods of decline, Doxa was rejuvenated by passionate collectors and enthusiasts, and today, it continues to produce dive watches that uphold its legacy of quality, innovation, and distinctive design. The brand's rich history and enduring appeal make it a notable presence in the world of horology.

Doxa Military WW2, Stainless Steel Case

DOXA BY SYNCHRON

In 1968, the brand became part of ASUAG, being integrated into their newly formed Synchron group, alongside Ernest Borel and Cyma. Throughout the 1970s, these three brands were marketed jointly. During the peak of the quartz crisis, the brands under the Synchron group were divested, with Aubry Frères acquiring Ernest Borel and Doxa in 1978. In Europe, Doxa emerged as Aubry's flagship brand following the acquisition.

Doxa Neuchatel By Synchron for sale:

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