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Original champagne dial is one of the most classic dial variants and one of our favourites. It is known as a sigma dial due to the small Greek letters either side of the “T Swiss T” indicating the use of gold for the indices. These sigma dials were only produced during the early to mid 70s and have now become highly sought-after. Also referred to as “pie pan” dials due to the sloping edge of the dial. This extra detail is why these four digit Datejust references are much admired amongst collectors. The dial is marked “T Swiss T” referring to the original tritium luminous used on the dial. The dial has not been touched by us and remains in excellent original condition.
Two tone reference 1601 with stainless steel case and solid yellow gold fluted bezel. The 3.4 million serial number in-between the lugs denotes to the year of production of 1973. The case back retains the original Rolex stock sticker from 1973 which indicates the watch has been rarely used in the past 50+ years. This reference features a plexiglass crystal with a “Cyclops” magnifying the date display. The case & bracelet have been professionally polished by us giving the watch a stunning aesthetic. The yellow gold bezel has been sympathetically polished by hand so that it retains the original fluted edges. This is one of the reasons why our watches are presented in the highest quality in terms of condition. It features an original Rolex Oyster Twinlock gold screw down crown.
Two tone steel & solid gold Rolex Jubilee bracelet. This bracelet has the reference 62523H.18 referring to the “heavy” style links and 18k solid gold middle links. Bracelets can be resized to fit on request.
The Rolex Datejust is one of the most quintessential yet understated Rolex models produced
Originally launched in 1945, it has remained a timeless classic and is renowned for its quality and functionality.