10 June 1998
Rolex. A rare pink gold rectangular wristwatch with flared sides
Signed Rolex, model Prince Imperial, ref. 2771, case no. 39035, 1930s
The nickel plated ultra prima chronometre lozenge shaped movement jewelled to the centre with monometallic balance, timed to six positions, the two tone pink dial with Roman quarter hour marks and baton five minute divisions, large subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, in rectangular pink gold case with flared sides and snap on back, also stamped RWC Ltd, the number 35 repeated in the top cover, with flexible pink gold expanding bracelet with deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
42 x 24 mm.
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This Prince Imperial wristwatch is a rare version of the Prince Brancard and is not to be confused with the Prince Imperial pocketwatch which was introduced in 1932.
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