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Rolex. An early silver wristwatch

SIGNED ROLEX AND W & D, CASE NO. 576083, 1910S

Rolex. An early silver wristwatch
Signed Rolex and W & D, case no. 576083, 1910s
The spotted nickel plated movement jewelled to the third with bimetallic balance, the matt silvered dial with Roman numerals inscribed Asprey with blued steel hands, in three part silver tonneau case with wire lugs and snap on back, case and movement signed
33 x 26 mm.
Import mark London 1913

Lot Essay

This watch is illustrated on page 15.

This early example of a Rehberg movement has the Rolex signature on the backplate and not on a wheel as was later practice. The foot of the balance cock has also decorative engraving.


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