Serving the Barrie and surrounding area for over three generations and counting

Bill LeBoeuf Jewellers takes great pride in providing our customers with a premium customer service experience and Barrie’s finest selection of watches, diamond and gemstone settings, including jewellery in platinum, white and yellow gold. Our in house custom jewellery designs range from engagement rings and wedding rings to diamond pendants and earrings. In addition, we are continuously updating our estate jewellery collection which includes watches by Rolex, Tag Heuer, Cartier and Breitling as well as many other premium brands.

Our on-site gemologist and goldsmith designers are highly knowledgeable and are available to share their years of experience with you. They will answer any questions you have about your existing piece or will assist you in finding or designing that unique gift.

Let us earn your trust. We have been doing that with our customers from the Barrie and surrounding area for the past 60 years and with the recent expansion of our on-line offerings, we are excited to be building customer loyalty all over Canada and the United States.

Latest Vintage Piece

2023 Rolex GMT-Master II 126710BLRO “PEPSI” $23,500.00 CAD. 505-00406

Many Rolex come and go through our estate department every month. The ceramic bezel GMT-Master II has proven to be one of the most elusive, this is the first one we’ve ever had to offer. Aside from the stainless steel Daytona, the blue/red GMT Master II 126710BLRO “Pepsi” is perhaps the toughest model to find at your local Rolex authorized agent. There have been long waiting lists for this model since it was introduced in the spring of 2018. This is the latest of the stainless steel GMTs and seems to be everyone’s favorite. For several decades now all Rolex sports models came only on the basic-looking and purposeful Oyster link bracelet. The Oyster bracelet is still the only choice for every other “Professional” model Rolex offers. The stainless steel GMT-Master II is also available on an Oyster but the uber-comfortable Jubilee bracelet is the one you want. The Jubilee contours much better to any wrist size/shape, especially for those of us who don’t have massive arms. The smaller 5-segment links allow the bracelet to conform to any wrist. Its dome profile and D-shaped link sections tend only to show scuffs and scratches at their highest point leaving the rest of the link to maintain the factory-applied polished and brushed finish. Small scratches and scuffs are very obvious on the flat sections of the Oyster bracelet but go unnoticed on this style. The Jubilee bracelet also helps the GMT-Master II achieve a dressier look a Submariner could never pull off. Ceramic bezels have become commonplace for the Rolex but the 2 colour ceramic bezels are still uncommon to see. The blue/red combination on our latest estate Rolex makes more sense than a monochromatic example. The red section represents daylight hours between 6:00 am and 6:00 pm (18:00 hours), and the dark navy blue displays the night hour from 18:00 hours through 6:00 am as indexed by the handy 24-hour, red arm hour hand. The bezel is indexed for 24 hours a day and can be turned to show a 2nd or temporary 3rd time zone. Rolex promotes the GMT as the cosmopolitan watch for good reason. It is the perfect travel companion for anyone who travels through multiple time zones in different cities around the world. The long, arrow-tipped hour hand can continuously track your home time (or Greenwich Mean Time) in a 24-hour format. The “regular” 12-hour hade can quickly be adjusted to show the local time wherever you happen to be in the world. The clever system can even jump timezones that trigger a date change forward or backward. This GMT was delivered to the original owner in the spring of 2023 and was only worn about 10 times. It comes complete with the fully endorsed 5-year international warranty, instruction booklet, worldwide service booklet, green chronometer hang tag, white paper product tag with matching serial/model number, inner/outer boxes, and a Rolex shopping bag. The overall condition of the watch is practically new, only a few light scuffs can be seen on the flat sections of the buckle. These minor marks can easily be polished away. This watch has never been polished in any way. Just a quick wipe with a cloth to remove a few fingerprints and it’s ready to go. These watches have asking prices on the secondary market for thousands above our price and waaaaay more than twice their original suggested retail price. This classic Rolex is estate priced at $23,500.00 CAD. Stock #505-00406.

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Estate Pieces Wanted

We are always looking to buy your estate pieces including brands such as Rolex, Cartier, Breitling, Tag Heuer, along with gold and diamond jewellery.

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