1987 Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust in Stainless Steel Model 16000 with Box and Booklet

Price

£5,200

In stock

Listed 3 years ago

Seller

Antique Watch Co

GB

Contact

02072503734

info@antiquewatchuk.co.uk

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Details

Seller typeTrade
Reference number16000
GenderMens
Year1987
MovementAutomatic
ScopeWatch, box and original papers
Diameter36mm
Case materialStainless Steel
Bracelet materialStainless Steel
Warranty12-Months NON-Waterproof Warranty

Description

We absolutely love this plain, all steel, polished bezel Oyster. A real classic Rolex Datejust.  The polished bezel adds a new level of sophistication to an already suave watch. Full 36mm vintage Datejusts are becoming hard to locate in this condition and prices are rising monthly. Complete with box and books, this watch works perfectly with an Oyster bracelet. It has a silvered dial with lumed, elegant baton markers, lumed hands, outer tracking, cyclops glass over the date function, Rolex-signed screw back case and Rolex Oyster screw down crown. And of course fully serviced via our on site workshop and comes with our 12 months non waterproof service cover.

Extra Points 

The watch comes on a Rolex Oyster bracelet, with a signed, folding clasp.  The Oyster bracelet is more hard wearing than a Jubilee, and this watch looks equally good on leather! or even Rubber!

What we think

This is a very attractive and highly sought after model of Rolex Datejust and, in our opinion, much nicer than the newer version and it has the original matted shoulders and polished case sides. In our opinion, a mistake in modern versions, which will cost you just over £8,000, if you can find one…

Spec Stuff

Reference : 16000
Movement : Automatic Rolex Cal. 3035
Age : 2081/90
Specific Age : 1987
Case Size : 36mm
Case Thickness : 12mm
Lug to Lug :
 
Lugs :
 20mm
Condition :
 Pre-Owned
Box & Papers :
 Box and Book
Case Material :
 Stainless Steel 
Service History :
12-Months NON-Waterproof Warranty

Brand : Rolex
SKU : AWCROL5849
Case Size : 36mm

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