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Rolex: Rolex Yellow gold versus rose gold

It is often difficult to see the difference between a yellow gold and Rose gold… putting them side by side will enable a clearer viewing
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By: maxbliss888
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Rolex: Rolex 16014

Thanks! Rolex 16014 is unique as it’s a transitional model for Datejust. It has a new movement allowing Quick set for Date but still it still retained the old plastic Crystal from the Rolex Datejust 1601, 1600, 1603 models.
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By: maxbliss888
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Rolex: Tudor ref 7966 Prince Oysterdate Big Rose

Tudor 7966 Prince Oysterdate Big Rose watch with 14k white gold bezel from 1965. The steel case measuring 34.5mm excluding the original Rolex signed crown. Many of these early Tudor watches were equipped with Rolex branded automatic caliber 2462 with 25 jewels
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By: maxbliss888
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Rolex: Rolex Prince

Very nice! Mine says Hi!
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By: maxbliss888
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Rolex: Rolex Prince

Very nice,, Mine says hi
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By: maxbliss888
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Rolex: Rolex Datejust 1601 White gold bezel versus Rose gold bezels

Rolex 1601 white gold bezel versus Rose gold bezel
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By: maxbliss888
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Rolex: Rolex Datejust

Rolex rose gold ref 6609 Turn O Graph, Rolex yellow gold & steel ref 1630, 1601 Rosegold and steel Datejust
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By: maxbliss888
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Rolex: Tudor made for Middle East or Indian markets ref 7934

There are a few variations. There is one at 31 mm size (Reference 7803) and another at 34 mm (Reference 7934).
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By: maxbliss888
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Rolex: Rolex 6605 Datejust from 1957

This is a Rolex 6605 Datejust in 18k gold with the single Swiss, pie Pan dial and early Dauphine hands. This is the generation before the Rolex 1601, 1600, 1603. Many has mistaken the 6605 to be the first series Big Bubbleback as it resembles the earlier Rolex 4467 Big Bubbleback in term of case sha
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By: maxbliss888
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