Accompanied by Rolex original fitted brown leather presentation box.
Introduced into the market in 1928, the legendary "Prince" and its elegant Art Deco case design has ever since been popular amongst aficionados of the period. The models, always fitted with rectangular cases of different shapes, were advertised as "The Watch for Men of Distinction".
The present watch is from the rare reference 1526 series, distinguished by the unusual streamline alternating white and pink gold sides. The modern, yet typical Art Deco style case was designed to fit around the wrist and is also called "Railway" because of its aerodynamic look and the stepped sides.
Made circa 1930, this early and elegant example of a "Prince" stands out by its excellent overall condition, the highly attractive two-tone silvered dial, the original gold buckle and box.