29 November 2007
ROLEX. A FINE STAINLESS STEEL AND GOLD AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH WITH BRACELET, CENTRE SECONDS AND DATE
SIGNED ROLEX, OYSTER PERPETUAL DATEJUST, MOVEMENT NO. D165159, CASE NO. 4154887, REF. 1630, CIRCA 1980
Cal. 1570 nickel-finished lever movement, 26 jewels, mono-metallic balance adjusted to temperature and 5 positions, the silvered brushed dial with applied luminous baton numerals and outer minute track, luminous gold hands, centre seconds, magnified aperture for date, in distinctive tonneau-shaped water-resistant-type case with gold milled bezel, screw down crown and screw back, together with a stainless steel and gold Rolex bracelet and deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
36 mm. diam.
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