Sat, 20th Mar 2021 10:00

Fine Art & Antiques

 
Lot 1239
 

Sold for £5,100


Lot details

A vintage gent's 9ct yellow and white gold Rolex Prince chronometer, circa 1930s, having two-tone stepped case with convex glass, over signed silvered tank dial with subsidiary seconds dial, Rolex 72092, manual wind 15 rubies jewelled movement, back cover inscribed and dated 1936, further numbered 68871 971U, case w.24mm, on replacement black crocodile skin bracelet, in possibly original fitted case for Reed & Son of Liverpool

Condition report

Name inscription to back of case is later.

Case good with minor age wear only.

Minor chip to corner of glass at 1 o’clock.

In running order.

Silver dial good.

Some gilt wear to backplate of movement.

Otherwise good.

Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.

 

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