17 June 2015
Rolex. A Stainless Steel Wristwatch with Date, Center Seconds, and Bracelet
Signed Rolex, Oyster Perpetual Date, Explorer II, Ref. 16570, Case No. L255262, Circa 1989
Cal. 3185 automatic movement, 31 jewels, black dial, luminous dot, baton and dagger numerals, center seconds, central red luminous 24 hour hand, date aperture, tonneau-shaped water-resistant-type case, 24 hour time indicated on the bezel, screw back, screw down crown, stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet, overall approximate length 7.5 inches, case, dial and movement signed
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Accompanied by an undated Rolex Warranty Certificate and product literature.
Reference 16570 with black dial is illustrated in 100 Years of Rolex by F. & G. Mondani, 2008, p. 239.
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