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Rolex Explorer 1016

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We will buy YOUR EXPLORER for top dollar!

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Look at this ALL ORIGINAL (hard to find) vintage ROLEX EXPLORER 1016! The substantial 36mm. stainless steel case (with 1967 date stamp) is as clean as one would ever find…fully overhauled serviced by ROLEX about 3 years ago…it is truly beautiful to gaze upon! We are including a thick OYSTER bracelet…very fine condition as well! The serial number of 298xxxx dates this watch to the early 1970’s. The caseback dates to ’67. It is quite common and correct for ROLEX to use an earlier caseback on a slightly newer watch…we see this often… especially with Submariners of the same era. This particular EXPLORER was one of the first to use the desired “hacking seconds” caliber 1570 movement. The original dial is spectacular…evenly aged (hands and dial) to a mellow cream colour…WOW…not a blemish or mark on this dial! This is the finest example of a ROLEX EXPLORER 1016 we have ever owned.

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Rolex Explorer 1016

Click on picture above…more detail will appear

SOLD…

We will buy YOUR EXPLORER for top dollar!

Please email us>click here

Look at this ALL ORIGINAL (hard to find) vintage ROLEX EXPLORER 1016! The substantial 36mm. stainless steel case (with 1967 date stamp) is as clean as one would ever find…fully overhauled serviced by ROLEX about 3 years ago…it is truly beautiful to gaze upon! We are including a thick OYSTER bracelet…very fine condition as well! The serial number of 298xxxx dates this watch to the early 1970’s. The caseback dates to ’67. It is quite common and correct for ROLEX to use an earlier caseback on a slightly newer watch…we see this often… especially with Submariners of the same era. This particular EXPLORER was one of the first to use the desired “hacking seconds” caliber 1570 movement. The original dial is spectacular…evenly aged (hands and dial) to a mellow cream colour…WOW…not a blemish or mark on this dial! This is the finest example of a ROLEX EXPLORER 1016 we have ever owned.

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