Gents Rolex Datejust in stainless steel and 18k yellow gold, Ref# 16013, c.1986. Jubilee bracelet with foldover clasp, 18k fluted bezel, acrylic crystal, screw down crown and case back, case diameter 36mm. Self-winding movement, quick-set date, central sweep seconds. Champagne dial with applied stick hour markers. Papers dated September 1988. Pristine condition.
|Case Material:||Stainless Steel and 18k Yellow Gold|
|Bracelet Strap:||Stainless Steel and 18k Yellow Gold Jubilee|
|Buckle Clasp:||Fold over clasp|
|Case back:||Solid Screwed Down|
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In terms of sheer volume, no watch company enjoys the sales activity of Rolex. Founded by Hans Wilsdorf in 1878 Rolex created the famous oyster case, the first truly waterproof case in 1926 and the self winding movement in 1931. Combining these two major horological feats results in the famous oyster perpetual Rolex watch which enjoys considerable use and acclaim world wide. You can choose from a large array of watches ranging from the rugged and durable steel sport models such as the Submariners and GMT masters to the handsome and elegant gents and ladies datejust and presidential models in steel, steel and 18k gold, gold and platinum. Our collection of pre-owned Rolex watches is one of the largest and diverse in existence. Our Collection of pre-owned Rolex watches is one of the most extensive in the world. Each watch has been meticulously serviced both internally and cosmetically by our staff of watchmakers and is accompanied by our one year warranty. Perhaps the most well known Rolex is the Datejust in Steel and 18K Gold with the jubilee bracelet. This watch available in both mens and ladies can be accented with diamonds on the dial and bezel to enhance their appearance. Earlier models of the watch have the accrylic crystal and depending on the year of production are either quick, whereby the date can be rapidly changed from the crown, or non-quick which requires a rotation of the hands 24 hours to change this function. Earlier still models were made in 14K and steel.