17 June 2015
Rolex. A Fine and Rare Stainless Steel Chronograph Wristwatch with Bracelet and Presentation Box
Signed Rolex, Oyster Chronograph, Anti-Magnetic, Ref. 6234, Case no. 269'209, Circa 1957
Cal. 72 mechanical lever movement, 18 jewels, silvered dial, applied dagger numerals with luminous accents, blued steel chronograph hands, blue telemeter scale, outer tachometer scale, three engine-turned subsidiary dials for 12 hour and 30 minute registers and constant seconds, tonneau-shaped-water-resistant-type case, two round chronograph buttons in the band, screw down crown, screw back, riveted stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet, overall approximate length 7.5 inches, case, dial, and movement signed
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Accompanied by a Rolex presentation box, now void Rolex Service Guarantee and outer packaging.
Reference 6234 is illustrated in 100 Years of Rolex by F. & G. Mondani, 2008, p. 79.
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