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ROLEX SUBMARINER 18K YELLOW GOLD 16808 NEW BAND 1981
Price: 8999 euros



18K yellow golden Rolex Submariner with blue dial and bezel. This is one of the first 1680/8's, which was the model after the golden 1680, equipped with sapphire glass and date quickset. The serial number is 734XXXX, which indicates a 1981 production. The watch has been serviced in 2004, where it received a new 18K Oysterband. Also renewed are the dial and hands. Comes with inner and outer box and with the rare golden 300m/1000ft anchor plus Schaap & Citroen receipt to make it water sealed and for 2 golden pushpins. Also included is service letter from Rolex.*

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My all-time fave Coronet - even if it is, well, a bit loud with all that gold bling.
 

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One day..........what a great watch....I agree, if everyone new the DETAILS & MATERIAL that Rolex goes through to make a watch more would understand it is much more than advertising.
 

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Wow! Another homage to the big fromage! When will watch houses start coming out with original designs??? :001_tt2:

Somebody was bound to say it, I'm sorry it was me.


Beautiful piece. I'm not a big fan of gold, but that's beautiful.
 
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