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It's noteworthy when you collect the most quirky Rolex....?

It's rare to witness Rolex being 'playful'......but an intense study of the 'blue-dial' model of the Milgauss is a welcome contrast to their more 'serious' designs which grace my collection... My original Submariner 1987 Ref 168000 My 40 Rose Gold YachtMa
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By: Halcro
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Halcro
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Magical Rolex Red Submariner 1680.

The meters first Rolex 1680 red Submariner has a lot of charm. The Scritta rose. The little touch of red makes this a legendary diver among the Submariner family. Have a great Father’s Day weekend. Rolex 1680 Red Submariner mf
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By: Bill
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amanico
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Is the dial turning tropical?

An older brother.
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By: David Chien
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David_Chien
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Is the dial turning tropical?

New here Rolex 16800 Year 1987 Is the dial turning tropical? Thanks all
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By: David Chien
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David_Chien
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Tudor submariner Bracelet from the catalog late 1970’s

Original catalog shots of Tudor 94110 and 94010 9315 with 380 End links perfect for Submariner Catalog calls for 9315 flip lock 9315 bracelet folded linkks Bracelet 9315 folded with flip lock for Rolex submariner also 1680, 5512 and 5513
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By: Bill
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amanico
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16610 plus Everest Bands Racing

Have a great week everybody 👊
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By: Andy_Mac
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Andy_Mac
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Sometimes less (gold) is more

I often pair my beat up old 16803 with a slinky stretched stainless Oyster bracelet. Other days I swap the bracelet from the black Bamford Daytona. Mix it up! Anything goes!
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By: Phaedrus29
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TicketyBoo
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Rolex 1680 meters first. A tan for the body and the watch.

Good for the mind good for the soul. The Sun. This old boy has really enjoyed his time in the sun. Rolex 1680 Red Submariner Tropical meters first.
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By: Bill
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amanico
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Rolex 1680 meter first Red Submariner MK II.

I agree, this Red Sub has a lot of charm....
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By: Bill
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nasseriq
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