Rolex watches broke three world records
Rolex Oyster Chronograph, a particularly amazing and rare, manual wind, 18k rose gold chronograph wristwatch. The Rolex 6034 is an icon in the Rolex chronograph for a few reasons. The first is that its reference number starts at 6 XXX, indicating that the first version of the sporty timer will end with reference to 6263/6265, and the second is a stopwatch with a screw waterproof case back that not only increases availability but also increases thickness/strength.
This especial example is what one could call in “Concours” unrestored condition. First, one is taken back by the overall condition of the piece, the case not only being in close to mint condition as evidenced by the two crisp deep hallmarks on the lugs but more wonderful, 3 crisp hallmarks on the back of the case that are almost never seen as usually worn or polished off.
The charming and pretty rare replica Rolex pink gold riveted bracelet is also tight and in perfect condition showing no stretch. The rare dial shows a wonderful light patina from age but is free from oxidation and damage as many examples from this period show.
What’s more, it is a rare configuration with luminous dauphine hands and indexes with all luminous perfectly matching and still in place. Rarely found in pink gold, this is, without a doubt, the best example Antiquorum has ever offered at mootus.com.
Extremely rare Rolex Ref. 1680 Submariner, COMEX from 1979. The COMEX Ref. 1680 is probably the rarest of all cheap replica watches since COMEX only received approximately 60 examples. The huge majority of those were later serviced, with the COMEX dial being replaced with a regular Rolex dial. Actually, surprisingly, at that time many owners did not like the COMEX logo on the dial.
This sample is in excellent condition because it was never used for diving operations, and it has a complete original perforation warranty, another unusual feature since Comex retained most of the samples and never gave them to the final owner.