Classic Rolex Watches for Men
This is an extremely rare automatic Rolex in 18k yellow gold from the 1940's. This type of Rolex case typically is equipped with a manual wind movement, but this rare reference 3783 is an automatic chronometre. The cooper color dial is 100% original. The case, dial, and movement are signed by Rolex.
This is a very special and unique Rolex Submariner reference 1680 personalized from Director Mike Nichols to a crew member named Nigel who worked on 1973 film The Days of the Dolphin. The 40mm stainless steel watch has a bidirectional diving bezel with a black insert and luminescence. The dial is black with luminescent indexes and Mercedes style hands. The Submersible print is in red which is very rare and collectible. There is a date with a Cyclops at 3 O’clock. The watch has an automatic 1570 movement inside. It comes on the original fabric strap from Rolex, as well as the original box, papers, tags, and a personalized note from the director Mike Nichols to Nigel. The case back has an inscription reading “The Days of the Dolphin Love, Mike 1973.”
This is a rare version of a Rolex automatic watch from the 1940s. There is a manual wind version of this watch which is called the Athlete, but this automatic form is quite rare. It has a cylinder style case with the same automatic movement as the Rolex bubble back. It has a beautiful original dial with applied Roman numerals. What makes this watch even more unique is the fact that is come with the original box, papers, timing certificate, and tons of documentation about the original owner who was a Master Sergeant in the U.S. Army. See below for details. List of items. Rolex Watch Ref 3548 on a bracelet decorated with Eagle Wings owned by R.J. Vanevenhoven a World War II pilot. Original Box Chronometer Certificate...