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Rolex, a gent’s Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner stainless steel automatic wristwatch

Rolex, a gent's Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner stainless steel automatic wristwatch with date window  wristwatch, serial number 9R0723Z0, model number 116610LN, with black face and bezel, face stamped 1000ft=300m, Superlative Chronometer, Officially Certified, Swiss Made, comes with a green Rolex velvet pouch and a Service Guarantee Card dated 3 Oct 19 / 160 and a service booklet and the receipt for the service from Michael Spiers, Exeter dated 06/10/2019 for £630.00.

Sold for: £6,400 + fees

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Rolex, an Oyster Perpetual Submariner, 1959

Rolex, an Oyster Perpetual Submariner, 100m = 330ft, gentleman's stainless steel wristwatch, circa 1959 with tropic dial and hands, fitted with steel and early jubilee bracelet, model number 6536-1, case number 399410, bezel believed to have been replaced 30 years ago, running (note the case number of lot 213 is 399402). History. This watch was used in a Rolex advertising portfolio c1960. It is one of two submariner wristwatches (lots 212 and 213) given to Stanley Sayer by Rolex and has been in the family since. Stanley Sayer was a film cameraman working for Technicolour, he set up a special effects company, and also worked on several film sets including Superman and Star Wars. He was a keen diver and inventor of the minisub. The minisub enabled divers to move underwater effortlessly, steer a course and to light their way ahead. Although he himself did not patent the design, it attracted widespread interest. Around 1959 Rolex were interested in using Stanley and his machine in their advertising portfolio and took a number of photos with him in action wearing one of their watches for publication. In payment for his services, he was invited to keep the watch that he wore in the press shoot (this watch lot 212) and also given a second Submariner, which he then gave to his son in 1961. He wore the watch daily until he passed in April 2000. The watches have been consigned by his son.

Sold for: £17,100 + fees

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Rolex, an 18ct gold Rolex Day Date, Model 1803

Rolex, a gentleman's 18ct gold Rolex Day Date wristwatch, model 1803, gold coloured dial with applied gold baton hour markers, day aperture at 12, date aperture at 3, gold pencil hands with lume inserts, sweep centre seconds hand, railroad outer seconds track in black, fluted bezel, screw down crown with coronet logo, on a signed Rolex 18ct gold president bracelet strap, longer than normal, with signed Rolex clasp, in presentation box with gilt metal buckle motif, no papers, case 36mm, serial No 5132563, with copy of purchase receipt 9th December 2020, also service invoice and warranty card from Swisstec (24 month warranty from 2/3/21), two extra links.

Sold for: £11,100 + fees

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Rolex, a GMT II 16710, Oyster Perpetual Date, Coke Bezel

Rolex, a gents GMT II 16710, stainless steel wristwatch, Oyster Perpetual Date, coke bezel, 40mm dial, oyster bracelet, circa 2000, with original box, outer box, service box, tags, P479797, style R16710AB0B7879. purchased by the owner in 2001 in Alaska, US, see Rolex warranty dated 13th Jan 2001, serviced by Rolex 19th Jan 2019 by Rolex (see card), replacement bezel at service.

Sold for: £9,200 + fees

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Rolex, a 1997 GMT Master 16700, Oyster Perpetual Date

Rolex, a gents 1997 GMT Master 16700, stainless steel wristwatch, Oyster Perpetual Date, Pepsi bezel, u164610, no box or papers.

Sold for: £6,900 + fees

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Rolex Tudor, a rare 1970’s gents Oyster Prince Submariner 200 wristwatch

Rolex Tudor, a rare 1970's gents Oyster Prince Submariner 200 wristwatch, the 'tropic' dial marked '200m / 660ft, Rotor Self Winding', stainless steel wristwatch, Model 7928 No. 572108, purchase receipt 11th March 1978, with original red box, anchor tag, working order, Provenance; one owner since 1978.

Sold for: £7,100 + fees

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Rolex ‘Sea-Dweller 4000 Chronometer date’

Rolex, a rare gents stainless steel 'Sea-Dweller 4000 Chronometer date' flip lock Oyster bracelet, black dial and bezel, model number 16660/93160 case number 4392161, one owner since purchase, original box and guarantee with purchase receipt dated 08-03-84 (Mappin & Webb, Birmingham), service receipt October 1986, full service receipt 24/08/2011, box, outer box and Rolex red tag. Superb condition, no marks or scratches.

Sold for: £9,500 + fees

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Rolex Submariner Oyster Perpetual, Model 5513, Circa 1965

Rolex, model 5513, circa 1965, a gents Submariner Oyster Perpetual wristwatch, the dial marked 200m - 660 feet, stainless steel, serial number 1190523, tropic dial. With replacement bracelet (possibly 1980's), not running, cannot adjust hands, crack on glass. Sold with small wood box with Rolex wax seals (this box was probably used when the watch was returned from repair/assessment), also with 1983 Montres Rolex note. This watch has been with its French owner since the early 1980's. It has not been worn since as it was not working.

Sold for: £16,200 + fees

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Omega Speedmaster ‘Moon’ wristwatch

Omega, a gents 2005 stainless steel Speedmaster 'Moon' wristwatch, manual wind,  black dial, reference number 35705000, watch number 77126857, recently serviced 11-05-2021, with guarantee cards, paperwork, spare parts and cased.

Sold for: £3,700 + fees

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Rolex, Oyster Perpetual Submariner, 1959

Rolex, Oyster Perpetual Submariner, 100m = 330ft, steel model, tropic dial, no bezel or bracelet, moisture contamination, not running, circa 1959, case number 399402 (note the case number of lot 212 is 399410). History. This is one of two submariner wristwatches (lots 212 and 213) given to Stanley Sayer by Rolex and has been in the family since. Stanley Sayer was a film cameraman working for Technicolour, he set up a special effects company, and also worked on several film sets including Superman and Star Wars. He was a keen diver and inventor of the minisub. The minisub enabled divers to move underwater effortlessly, steer a course and to light their way ahead. Although he himself did not patent the design, it attracted widespread interest. Around 1959 Rolex were interested in using Stanley and his machine in their advertising portfolio and took a number of photos with him in action wearing one of their watches for publication. In payment for his services, he was invited to keep the watch that he wore in the press shoot (lot 212) and also given a second Submariner (lot 213), which he then gave to his son in 1961. He wore the watch daily until he passed in April 2000. The watches have been consigned by his son.

Sold for: £12,100 + fees

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A 1969 Rolex GMT Master, model 1675.

A 1969 Rolex GMT Master, model 1675.

Sold for: £18,000 + fees

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Rolex, a gents Oyster Perpetual Air King wristwatch, stainless steel, lacks box or papers. Sale Highlight

Rolex, a gents Oyster Perpetual Air King wristwatch, stainless steel, lacks box or papers.

Sold for: £2,200 + fees

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