1967 Rolex Eatons Quarter Century Club


Look at this 33mm, 14k solid-gold, rare, Eaton’s Quarter Century Club Rolex dating to 1967! These watches were given to employees of the Canadian department store Eaton’s for 25 years of service and were contracted by Rolex. This particular model uses the (rarest) ref. 1011 solid-gold Rolex Oyster case with inwardly curved bombe lugs, which is in glistening condition with no dings or scratches, along with an elaborate inscription on the rear. These were amongst the only Rolex watches produced and allowed by Rolex to appear without the name “Rolex” on the dial. This watch also retains the original Rolex winding crown. The movement is the original caliber 1520, which was just fully cleaned, serviced, and is keeping excellent time, making it one of the last Quarter-Century watches ever produced. This movement is the same desirable and rugged engine as the one used in the Rolex Submariner during the 1960s. Normally, the earlier caliber 1030 is seen in these watches. This dial with applied letters is pristine – one of the finest we have encountered with original Dauphine-style hands and sweep seconds. This watch was fully serviced, overhauled, and will provide many years of reliable timekeeping.

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