29 November 2007
ROLEX. A RARE STAINLESS STEEL AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH WITH CENTRE SECONDS AND WHITE DIAL
SIGNED ROLEX, OYSTER PERPETUAL PRECISION, EXPLORER, MOVEMENT NO. 87945, CASE NO. 931116, REF. 6150, CIRCA 1955
Cal. 765, 10 1/2''' nickel-finished lever movement, 18 jewels, superbalance, the white dial with applied dart and luminous dagger numerals with luminous dot accents, Arabic numeral 12, outer 1/5th minute track, luminous hands, centre seconds, in tonneau-shaped water-resistant-type case with screw down crown and heavily domed screw back, together with a stainless steel Rolex bracelet and deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
36 mm. diam.
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