34mm Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date in stainless steel with white diamond dial



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Listed 2 years ago


Nobles of Brighton

Brighton, GB


01273 958351



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Seller typeTrade
Reference number1500
YearCirca 1980
ConditionVery good
ScopeWatch box, no papers
Case materialStainless Steel
Bracelet materialStainless Steel
Warranty12 Months


Gents 34mm Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date – Rolex Box
Completely original stainless-steel case is in excellent condition, fully polished in preparation for sale
Twin lock winding crown.
Classic after set white diamond dial with stainless steel hands.
Acrylic glass is perfect with no scratches, marks or other imperfections.
Original Rolex screw in link Oyster bracelet is in superb condition with very little stretch or wear.
Original calibre 1575 movement is in stunning condition and fully signed “Rolex Montres S.A.”
You are more than welcome to come in and view this watch or any other items we currently have in stock, we located in the heart of Brighton’s famous lanes district.
Model Number: 1500
Year: 1980
Case Diameter: 34mm
Box and papers: Original Rolex box, this watch will come with a detailed paperwork check list including our very own letter headed invoice / receipt, a certificate of authenticity, lost and stolen register check, insurance valuation and 12-month warranty card.
The movement has been fully serviced (overhauled) by our watchmaker and comes with a full 12 months mechanical warranty.
This Rolex has undergone a thorough inspection and meets our strict standards in regards to accuracy, functionality and condition. Where available, it has also been referenced against technical documents and manufacturer records to ensure authenticity and a clean history.
We have a HUGE number of watches listed for sale and it’s sometimes hard to know what you’re looking at or what you are buying, please feel free to contact us and we are more than happy to help.
Part exchange welcome, we also buy watches and items of value including gold, diamonds jewellery etc

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