29 November 2007
ROLEX. A FINE 18K GOLD WRISTWATCH WITH CENTRE SECONDS
SIGNED ROLEX, MOVEMENT NO. N99458, CASE NO. 506, REF. 8952, CIRCA 1960
Cal. 1210 nickel-finished lever movement, 18 jewels, mono-metallic compensation balance adjusted to temperature and 5 positions, index regulator, the silvered matte dial with applied gold facted baton numerals and out dot accents, gold dauphine hands, centre seconds, in circular case with milled bezel, downturned lugs, snap on back, case, dial and movement signed
35 mm. diam.
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