31 May 2005
ROLEX. AN UNUSUAL PRESENTATION DESK CLOCK WITH BATTERY OPERATED WINDING
Signed Rolex, Movement No. 1030, circa 1950
With winding mechanism operated by a battery operated remontoir every 4 minutes, with gold alloy balance and lever escapement, the movement in clear plastic case, the silvered dial with applied Roman and baton numerals, subsidiary seconds, in mottled green enamelled brass case with applied Rolex name and logo and the words Time to the Second, case, dial and movement signed 90 mm. diam. ; overall height 90 mm.
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This watch is accompanied by the original Rolex mahogany presentation box and photocopy of a letter from Rolex
For a similar watch, see The Best of Time Rolex Wristwatches by James M. Dowling and Jeffrey P. Hess, 2nd edition, p. 354.
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