3 December 2008
ROLEX, "DATEJUST" REF. 6309 THUNDERBIRD
GOLD AUTOMATIC BRACELET WATCH WITH DATE DISPLAY
CASE 74560, CIRCA 1940
Calibre 10''' 1/2, 18 jewels, super-balance, matte white dial, sweep centre seconds, aperture for the date, three-part case in 18k gold, polished and satined, plastic crystal with magnified lens, rotatable hobnailed and calibrated bezel, screw-down case back, Twinlock crown, 18k gold Rolex Oyster rivetted bracelet case, dial and movement signed
Diameter: 36 mm.
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