Here is an extremely uncommon and fine 1959 Rolex Precision ref. 9829 measuring a full 34mm (which is a large size for a Rolex Precision). These vintage Rolex manual winding watches offer an all-dial appearance and look fantastic on the wrist. The stainless steel case on this watch retains its clear serial number and Rolex coronet on the steel case back. The original Rolex-logo winding crown is present. This case has sharp edges and has not been overpolished. The original dial and steel Dauphine hands looks fabulous, with only some very light age marks. Notice the raised steel arrow markers and raised Rolex coronet at 12:00. The very fine and reliable manual winding Rolex movement was just cleaned and is accurately keeping time. These manual winding movements are highly reliable and easy to maintain, as they lack the rotor and automatic winding system that tends to wear. I really must stress that these Rolex Precision watches are undervalued, especially when you consider a Patek Philippe with the same case style from the same era would be close to $20,000.