With Rolex International Service Guarantee card and copy of servicing invoice, both dated 6 September 2010.
Consigned by the original owner and recently overhauled by Rolex in Geneva, the present watch is preserved in very good, original overall condition. Another notable particularity is its dial distinguished by the following features: the metal baton numerals to 3, 6 and 9 o'clock are filled with luminous material, the remainder have an applied luminous dot on the upper part. The outer scale is calibrated for seconds, quarter and half seconds. As of the mid-1970s, all baton numerals were filled with black paint, the luminous dots were set directly onto the dial plate and the scale showed only seconds and half seconds. For examples of the different dial versions see Vintage Rolex Sports Models by Martin Skeet & Nick Urul, pp. 95 and 96.