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This is a rare version of a Rolex automatic watch from the 1940s. There is a manual wind version of this watch which is called the Athlete, but this automatic form is quite rare. It has a cylinder style case with the same automatic movement as the Rolex bubble back. It has a beautiful original dial with applied Roman numerals. What makes this watch even more unique is the fact that is come with the original box, papers, timing certificate, and tons of documentation about the original owner who was a Master Sergeant in the U.S. Army. See below for details. List of items. Rolex Watch Ref 3548 on a bracelet decorated with Eagle Wings owned by R.J. Vanevenhoven a World War II pilot. Original Box Chronometer Certificate & other paper work from Rolex Sterling silver Air force Officer's Broach Sterling silver Ring with Air Force emblem Sterling silver I.D. Bracelet incribed by his wife Maxine. Venevenhoven's Pilot's License dated July 6th, 1944 AAF cloth chart His Short-Snorter chain of International bank note Milwaukee Newspaper dated February 4th, 1944 U.S. Army magazine and various other paraphernalia.

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This is a really rare example of a Rolex Chronograph Ref: 2508 in 18k yellow gold from the 1940's. What makes this watch so rare is the inner telemeter scale on the dial. Typically the 2508 model has a more simple dial and to find this complicated graphic on the 2508 dial is quite rare.

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This is an exquisite example of the Rolex Datejust reference 6305/1 in yellow gold, smooth bezel, and original gold dial

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This is a beautiful Rolex reference 6282 that has an original ivory dial with textured tracking and applied gold markers.

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This is a very rare Rolex Jump Hour Prince watch from the 1930s in stainless steel. The jump hour watch includes a minute hand and digital number at 12 for the hour. This function was very rare for a 1930s watch and is very collectible. This is a reference 1491 and is known as the Blanchard model. The watch is triple signed by Rolex.

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This is a Rolex 18k yellow gold Day Date Presidential reference 18038 with a white dial, Spanish day wheel, and has a fluted bezel. This particular dial is called the Stella dial, and they are extremely rare and limited because Rolex did not produce many of these.

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Rolex Day-Date President reference 1807 with a Brown Stella dial with diamond markers and dimond bezel. This textured case is very unual. This watch comes with original papers, manual, and chronometer certificate.

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This is an incredible example of a Rolex precision from the 1950's. It is on 18k gold manual wind watch with beautiful double signed original dial by Joyeria Riviera. This was the official Rolex retailer in Puerto Rico. This double signature is very scare and highly collectible

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This is a limited edition Rolex Oyster Quartz watch in 18k yellow gold which was produced in the 1970s. This particular watch is an early version #019 out of approximately 1000 pieces made between yellow and white gold. The watch is in excellent condition with a very tight band which is the most important condition factor on this model. This is a Rolex reference 5100 and is famous for its beta 21 electric movement which is equipped in other brands such as Patek Philippe in their electric watches. This particular early version has an unusual clasp as seen in the picture. This is a highly collectible and rare Rolex due to its limited number, excellent condition, and beta 21 movement.

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This is an extremely rare automatic Rolex in 18k yellow gold from the 1940's. This type of Rolex case typically is equipped with a manual wind movement, but this rare reference 3783 is an automatic chronometre. The cooper color dial is 100% original. The case, dial, and movement are signed by Rolex.

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This is a beautiful, super clean Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day-Date Presidential from 1960. The original silver dial is pristine with applied yellow gold slash markers. The watch has a fluted bezel and comes on an 18kt Yellow Gold Presidential bracelet.

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This is a beautiful Rolex Day-Date Presidential from 1973 with Original Black Dial and Yellow Gold Fluted Bezel.

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This is as beautiful all original Rolex Stainless Steel Oyster Perpetual wristwatch from 1953. This watch has a nice matte dial with applied gold markers and a smooth bezel. This watch is a reference 6298 which means it has a bigger case than the normal Oyster Perpetuals from this period and what makes this watch collectible.

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This is a Rolex 18k Day Date Presidential reference 1803 with an original Orange enamel dial aka the Stella Dial. The Stella dials are extremely rare and limited because Rolex did not produce many of these.

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Rolex Cosmograph Daytona reference 6265 with a stainless steel bezel, silver and black dial, screw down pushers, caliber 727 manual wind movement, oyster bracelet, watch comes with box, punched papers, and service papers.

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This is an extremely rare example of the Rolex “Milgauss” from the 1950’s. It is an automatic watch with the original dial. This watch was made for individuals that worked around a large amount of magnetic activity which affects the timing of normal watches.

Rolex Milgauss
Circa 1950

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This is an exceptional example of the Rolex reference 1019 Milgauss from the early 1980s. This is a rare find with a black dial and unpolished case. It is difficult to find this reference in such nice condition. This Milgauss comes on the original heavy Rolex oyster band.

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This is the highly coveted Rolex Paul Newman Daytona reference 6241 from the 1960s. The combination of the black acrylic bezel with the three color white dial is highly desirable. This Paul Newman is in excellent condition with an original dial and lightly polished case.

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This is a minty Rolex GMT Master with a beautiful and original dial. The case on this watch is nice and solid and the dial is a real stunner. This watch comes on a heavy Stainless Steel Rolex oyster bracelet.

Rolex SS GMT Master
Circa 1979

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This is a rare Rolex Sea-Dweller Submariner 2000 reference 1665 with a beautiful dial and double red writing.

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Rolex Chronograph Anti-Magnetic Ref 4500 This watch some light scratches but it has never been polished. It is an incredible example with an untouched case and original dial.

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This is an excellent example of a very rare stainless steel Rolex chronograph wristwatch, Ref. 6238, with an original black dial. The Rolex Ref. 6238 typically comes with a silvered dial and to find one with an original black dial is very rare and difficult. This example is in excellent condition with a strong case and beautiful dial.

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This is highly collectible Rolex GMT reference 6542 from the 1950s known as the Bakelite GMT. This is one of the first GMTs produced with no crown guards and a Bakelite bezel. This GMT is in excellent condition with an original gilt dial. The dial has a very nice appearance with some minor cracking to the lacquer. Both the case and original bezel are in excellent condition.

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This is an exceptional example of the Rolex reference 1019 Milgauss from the late 1960s. The case is unpolished and the dial is in mint condition. It is difficult to find this reference in such nice condition. This Milgauss comes on the original heavy Rolex oyster band.

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This is an incredible example of the Rolex Chronograph reference 6034 with an incredible three color dial with sunken gilt diamond markers. I consider this the Paul Newman of the Rolex chronographs due to red and blue tracking. This watch is in close to mint condition. This is one of the best examples I have seen with this dial variation and case version. Very rare and very difficult to find.

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This is an exceptional example of a rare variation of an early Rolex Datejust in 18k rose gold from the 1950s. It is a reference 6605. The original black dial which is extremely rare is in excellent condition. The case is minty and the watch comes on the original period jubilee 18k rose color band.