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Full Set + No Date
Box and Papers.
Have you ever seen such a beautiful Day-date with reference 18038 with a black dial? With pride, we present you this Rolex Day-Date from 1980 with pleasure! Rolex first applied the 5-digit reference code for the Day-Date in 1978. Where in the case of this Day-Date the '3' stands for the type of bezel, 'fluted' in this case, and the '8' stands for the material, in this case, 18k yellow gold. On the horizon of the 3-digit DayDate, this reference includes sapphire glass and a newer caliber (3055). We know, a gold watch can be quite striking. However, we live in a time you may show you are successful and love beautiful things. A Rolex is for many people the ultimate brand, the Day-Date is probably the highest possible. We currently have some beautiful specimens in our collection. In white or yellow gold, with plexiglass or sapphire glass, with or without diamonds index, with or without a gold strap. This beauty features a black dial which gives this Rolex a nice appearance both, sporty and dressy. We can offer you this Rolex Date-just complete with box and papers, that makes this watch even more special. We would like to tell you all about it. After all, we are all passionate lovers of watches. Be welcome in Amsterdam @" Amsterdam Watch Company" and we would like to show you this watch with pleasure...
The pale beauty of the presidential family. The Day-Date is known throughout the world as a symbol of status and success. Different presidents and important people have had this watch on their wrists and it only has become more popular ever since. This was the first watch which displayed the days of the week in full on the dial. No watchmaker knew what the world needed when it comes to new watches but Rolex got it exactly right to put a full day and a date in a watch when they introduced this model in 1956. To produce it in only precious metals was another wise choice. The Day-Date just looks like a piece of wealth. This watch which we're offering is a modest one among Day-Dates. Do you want the story that comes with this watch but you don't like to be seen with such a flashy yellow gold screamer on the wrist than this is the watch you're looking for. The eye of an expert can tell right away this is a Day-Date by the presidential bracelet, however, in broad daylight it will not flash like it's yellow gold cousins. The looks of this watch are simply amazing. The fluted bezel is still sharp and the watch case is super tight, people have loved the oyster case for a long time and this 18k. white gold case is the best you can get. The original white gold bracelet has got very little stretch, for a 'soft' metal bracelet from 1966 this is quite a big extra. Furthermore, the bracelet developed a nice patina giving it a valued vintage character. The silver pie-pan dial is perfect for this piece, it has a very little spot on the 12 o'clock marker but it's even bigger on the picture than on the bare eye, this is part of the vintage experience in our opinion... Come see this beauty for yourself. We always have more Day-Date's in stock and it's our pleasure to tell you all about them. Our store is located in the Reestraat, Amsterdam, so visit for the full story 5 days a week.
Box and papers
A youngtimer in store. The Rolex Submariner is the benchmark for any divers watch on the market. The recognizable design of the 40mm sports case with its sharp rotating bezel and its solid Oyster bracelet is loved throughout the world. In 1953 the first true Submariner saw the light of day and it has only improved ever since. Waterproof up to 300m. this watch will be all you need when it comes to diving, however, most people wearing a Submariner in the 21st century wear it because they simply have fallen in love with the most well-known Rolex design. It's such a strange phenomenon, the love that people can develop for a certain thing over time. We've noticed the Rolex Submariner is more popular than ever so we're happy to offer you this perfect youngtimer. This Submariner has a luxury twist; the steel and gold combination gives the watch a more prominent appearance compared to full steel ones. The two-tone combination is now more popular than ever. This Rolex is accompanied by its original box and papers making it a nice full set. Visit our store to see this Submariner among others. We're located in the Reestraat, Amsterdam.
Full set + Like new
The best view comes from the hardest climb, go outside and explore. In 1953 the Rolex Explorer was the watch worn by Edmund Hillary when climbing the Mount-Everest for the first time in history. After this achievement, the Rolex Explorer became the watch for any serious expedition when exploring the world. This model with a big history of exploration was and still is being developed for the roughest conditions humans may ever come across. Most people who wear a Rolex don't climb the Mount-Everest with it but its history makes this model definitely more interesting. This is the Rolex Explorer II, the more sportive and robust version of the traditional explorer with many similarities with the GMT-master and Submariner making it a member of the popular Rolex sports model family. The recognisable solid oyster bracelet is in great condition and is the benchmark for any other steel watch bracelet. The oyster case makes this watch very waterproof and there is a paraflex, a special part developed by Rolex, to make this watch shockproof. A 24-hour hand is in the watch as well to show another timezone. This watch is equipped with a white dial, with light green luminous indexes. The steel bezel in unpolished and beautiful and the overall looks of this watch are great! The original box and papers are included making this a nice full set. Visit our store for more info when exploring the Reestraat, Amsterdam.
Alpha hand + Box&Papers
Tritium dial + Service Papers
Full set + 40mm
Pepsi Gilt + full set!
A Rolex GMT-Master from 1965 with all papers and service history documentation. This watch tells a story. A set this beautiful and complete is very special and highly collectable. The Rolex 1675 is the 2nd generation GMT-master, after the first model with the Bakelite bezel. This is one of the earlier models with a Gilt dial, this is a classic method of gold letter printing into the dial. Gilt letter printing was discontinued by Rolex in 1965 and has become a highly sought-after characteristic among watch collectors. The condition of the dial makes or brakes the beauty of such a watch, and our's is simply magnificent. The Gilt letter printing on our watch is fully intact, it even still has the glossiness which you want it to have. The hands in this GMT master have a nice vintage look and are filled with nice aged tritium. Combine this with the spotless black paint on the dial and still perfect tritium dots with matching patina, and you'll have a true collector's piece. Not even mentioning the original oyster bracelet which is equipped. (The little scratches on the picture are on the plexiglass, none in the dial) The documentation of our watch makes it better than many similar GMT's. Why? Warranty papers are lost on almost every 1960s watch we come across. Having the original papers makes the watch even more complete and reliable, and our watch still has its papers with corresponding case numbers. If this doesn't persuade you yet, all receipts from different years of movement service are included, this will tell you where this watch has been and by who en when it was serviced. A 1965 watch this special and complete is even rare to us, visit our store for more insight into this beauty. We are located in the Reestraat (9 streets), Amsterdam.
Steel chronograph + Original condition
Through our contact in Germany, we have acquired a perfect Breitling Chronomat reference # 808. The steel chronograph is the predecessor of the Breitling Navitimer and is in diameter a size smaller, 37mm. Our model produced in 1966 and is, therefore, a second generation. The turning bezel has no pearl edge anymore like the first generation. The state is really great and the watch case has suffered little and is still pretty tight. Both the hands and the dial are perfect, only on the inner ring a dark spot can be seen. The pushbuttons and crown are original. The steel band is not original from Breitling. It is of course great to place a leather strap on it, we have a great collection in stock. Our friends from Fratellowatches have written a nice article about the Chronomat reference # 808. Herewith the direct link: Fratellowwatches.com Are you looking for a distinguished vintage men's watch, we welcome you in our store in the Reestraat, one of the original 9 streets in Amsterdam.
Full set Box and Papers!
The Rolex GMT #16750 is only made for 4 years. This so-called "transition" model is made between the ref. #1675 and #16700. It has the thinness middle case with plastic glass but equipped with the "modern" new movement where the date can be set separated. Important to know is that it is also the transition year of matt tritium dial and glossy dial with white gold framed index. The old tritium mat dial is very rare and very collectible. Our "Pepsi" has been well preserved. The condition is really fantastic and the hands and face are perfectly matching. These have a beautiful and rich patina. And then please look at the Pepsi faded bezel! is it not beauty? The watch is in original condition and complete with original box and punched papers. Of course, completely checked and serviced at our high-level standard and we can give you any kind of guarantee that you want without any problems. So, ask all your watch friends what they think of it, and let them sell you our watch. Because we don't have to sell this rarity, it will sell itself!
Also in vintage, we see a trend. It is time to go back to basic, Bauhaus style is coming back. So this Rolex Oysterdate is just a beautiful example with the silver sunburst dial with gold coloured appliques and hands. The strap emphasizes the warm glow of the combination. Hand wounded movement, plexiglass, tritium, steel Oyster case...as vintage as it can get!
Box and papers
Buckley dial+vintage strap
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Pepsi bezel + Box
Box and papers.
Awesome! This Rolex daytona Cosmograph from the year 1975, the holy grail for every watchlover! In mint condition with black sigma dial, jaw-dropping! Numerous rumors and myths surround these often-unnoticed, sigma markings; however the general consensus is that they were a mark used by Swiss manufacturers to signify that the hands and hour indexes on a watch were craft from solid gold. Rolex started early seventies with this kind of marking on there watches and did this for about ten years. This reference had the bigger screw down pushers, wich gives it a more bold appearance. Also the scale on the bezel is unique for this reference , going to 200. Overall it is a real unique timepiece of Rolex for the true collector!
Smooth bezel + linen dial