Lot 2307 (Fine Art & Antiques, 12th December 2020)
Sold for £3,600
A lady's Rolex Oyster Perpetual bi-metal datejust superlative chronometer, having signed champagne dial with diamond set markers, date aperture, automatic movement, bi-metal jubilee bracelet, numbered E429816, circa 1991, with box, outer box and papers, case dia.26mm
In working order.
Verified as Rolex, although the movement has not been examined.
Serial number E429816 and model 69173.
Verified to case.
Bracelet ref 62528D.
Bracelet shows signs of wear.
Case and bracelet with scratches.
In original box with guarantee and chronometer tags.
Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.
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