The Rolex Precision watches are among my favourite from Rolex. Measuring 34mm in steel, they are the ideal size for many. This 1962 early version even retains its original Super Oyster winding crown, which was only used for about three years by Rolex. These crowns did not screw down and relied on the crown gasket to provide the seal. You never have to worry about the tube or crown threads wearing out, because there aren’t any. This vintage Rolex has an amazing completely original dial with larger gold-toned triangular and arrow markers, raised Rolex Coronet, along with original Dauphine hands, blued steel sweep seconds, and lume. I love the radium burns on the dial, which show where the hands stayed in place for decades while in a safety deposit box. This caliber 710 manual winding Rolex movements is a reliable workhorse. These movements don’t have a rotor, so fewer moving parts means less servicing problems and higher reliability. This movement was just serviced and is accurate. The riveted Rolex Oyster bracelet looks exactly like a 1962 and dates to 1970. I love the vintage look this Rolex exudes.