A Tropical Red Sub has to be seen in the real, to fully appreciate its dial. It is all about nuances of dark, deep brown. Not easy to notice under some low light conditions. I tried to take a couple of pictures, to show you this dial. This meters first is
In the past I was considered an odd one chasing 168000s. The 168000 was a bit of an urgly duckling. I added a 9.3m serial 168000 complete with box, booklets and papers back in 2012. It went straight to RSC for an overhaul, while keeping the dial and hands
This Zubmariner is like a Unicorn. Almost impossible to find one with all original dial and hands with matching Patina. Also very controversial. I see on Rolex Forum debate about there being 85s & 86sbouth new with papers and thus the 7-9 month production
Bill's watch receiving a quick photo session some years ago. I am more fan of the No Crown Guards Submariners, but here, I can only enjoy such a dial, with a lot of charm, character and should I add... Greediness. Best, Nicolas
I should apologize for not attending this wonderful place as it would deserve. This is my latest acquisition, early 2 million gold 1680, still fatty lugs and nice patina for the dial ... the gray bezel insert is the cherry on the cake to me.
While it is probable that the Rolex " Oman " from the 60's and the 70's had some military background, I don't think it is true anymore, with the 116610. Here is one which was recently auctioned, by Antiquorum. Not the only one, as there is also the new GM
ok I swore I would not part with the red sub...however...ahem...it wasn’t quite the one...close...so it has left me for this beauty from 1974...and a 1968 5513 on a rivet bracelet...I’ll post pics of the sub when I have it back I left it with my local Rol