12 November 2012
Rolex. A fine, rare and attractive 18k pink gold automatic bubble back wristwatch with sweep centre seconds, pink dial and bracelet
Signed Rolex, Oyster Perpetual, Chronomètre, retailed by Bucherer, ref. 3065, movement no. 95474, case no. 270187, manufactured in 1943
Cal. 9 3/4 automatic jeweled movement, pink dial, luminous baton numerals, luminous hands, sweep centre seconds, outer minute railway divisions, tonneau-shaped water-resistant bubble back-type case, hooded lugs, screw back, screw down crown, pink gold Gay Freres riveted expanding bracelet and deployant clasp, case and movement signed by maker, dial signed by maker and retailer
32.5 mm diam.
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Amongst the most sought after variants of the legendary "bubble back" series, the present reference 3065 "hooded lugs" model furthermore stands out by its attractive combination of a pink gold case and pink dial bearing the retailer name Bucherer's.
Prospective buyers should be aware that the importation of Rolex watches into the United States is highly restricted. Rolex watches may not be shipped into the USA and can only be imported personally. Generally a buyer may import only one watch into the USA. For further information please contact our specialists in charge of the sale. Please note other countries may have comparable import restrictions for luxury watches.
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