Watch suggestions

Hello watchfam! I am currently in the market for something special, I am willing to spend at most around $1,500 for a watch, preferably vintage. I want something to impress, something significant, either mannual winding or automatic, no quartz. I'm looking forward to hearing your suggestions, currently I'm looking at either an Omega Speedmaster Date, a Rolex Cellini, a Ulysse Nardin 135-22, an Omega Seamaster Cosmic, a Jaeger-LeCoultre Power Reserve, or a Rolex Oyster Precision. Keep in mind these are all vintage or used so they are readily available at this price.

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Who do you plan to impress? If you plan to be an influencer you will need to buy all of the ones that you listed and more.

I can only tell you what I am looking for, my tastes. If you had one you might impress me (probably not).

I am always on the hunt for an Eterna Kontiki (has to have the case back), Gruen Pan American, and a Universal Geneve Polerouter. Despite not liking Roman numerals, I would take a Rolex Marconi if offered.

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Aurelian

Who do you plan to impress? If you plan to be an influencer you will need to buy all of the ones that you listed and more.

I can only tell you what I am looking for, my tastes. If you had one you might impress me (probably not).

I am always on the hunt for an Eterna Kontiki (has to have the case back), Gruen Pan American, and a Universal Geneve Polerouter. Despite not liking Roman numerals, I would take a Rolex Marconi if offered.

When I say something to impress, I'm just talking about a piece with some kind importance or something with a cool story, a conversation starter. I've done some research on the Marconi, it's a beautiful piece, that is a great suggestion. Thank you very much!

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More people have asked me about this, than any other watch I’ve ever owned. It has the pedigree , a real function, and a great story. $1500 will get you a great used one.