This 1962 stainless steel Rolex Oysterdate ref. 6426 is more uncommon than your regular Oysterdate, due to its early Dauphine hands and arrow markers located at 6:00 and 9:00. The original white dial displays amazingly fine original condition for its age. This dial retains the original lume dots. The corrosion on the original second hand only shows up in my photos. In person, it appears barely visible and just makes the second hand appear darker. The 34mm steel case has no major flaws, just the usual light marks from normal use. The Rolex winding crown screws down smoothly. The fine manual winding Rolex movement was just cleaned by our watchmaker and is keeping accurate time. These watches are undervalued; and in my opinion, the next to shoot up in value.