29 November 2007
ROLEX. A FINE STAINLESS STEEL CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH BRACELET AND BLACK DIAL
SIGNED ROLEX, OYSTER COSMOGRAPH DAYTONA, CASE NO. 3972566, REF. 6265, CIRCA 1975
Cal. 727 nickel-finished lever movement, 17 jewels, mono-metallic balance adjusted in 3 positions, the black matte dial with applied baton numerals and luminous dot accents, outer 1/5th minute divisions, luminous hands, three silvered subsidiary dials for constant seconds, 30 minutes and 12 hours registers, in tonneau-shaped water-resistant-type case with steel bezel calibrated for units per hour, two screw down chronogrpah buttons in the band, screw down crown and screw back, together with a stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet and deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
37 mm. diam.
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