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    Rolex Ref. 6567 Vintage 18K Oyster Perpetual, circa 1956
    Case: 18k yellow gold, # 451704, 34 mm, smooth bezel, screw back
    Dial: silver with double line raised gold bar markers, gold Dauphine hands
    Movement: caliber 1030, automatic, 25 jewels, adjusted to five positions and temperature
    Band: leather
    Signed: triple signed Rolex

    Condition Report*: Type: Rolex Ref. 6567 Vintage 18K Oyster Perpetual
    Dial: gold bar markers
    Hands; gold Dauphine
    Metal: 18k yellow gold
    Case No: 451704
    Case Info: smooth bezel, screw back
    Case Width: 34 mm
    Crystal: acrylic
    Watch Movement: automatic, caliber 1030, 25 jewels, adjusted five positions and temperature
    Band: leather
    Circa: 1956
    Condition: dial is refinished, case is okay with a few tiny dings on the back, movement is good and running
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    Auction Dates
    May, 2011
    3rd Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 17
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