14 November 2016
This lot is offered without a reserve
Rolex. A fine 18K white gold lady’s automatic wristwatch with sweep centre seconds, date and bracelet
Signed Rolex, Oyster Perpetual, Date, ref. 6627/9, case no. 2’278’223, circa 1970
MOVEMENT: automatic, 27 jewels
DIAL: matte silvered, baton numerals with luminous accent, luminous hands, magnified window for date
CASE: 18K white gold tonneau-shaped, fluted bezel, screw back, screw down crown, 29 mm. diam.
SIGNED: case, dial and movement
BRACELET/CLASP: 18K white gold Rolex Jubilee bracelet, deployant clasp, overall length of bracelet approx. 180 mm.
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