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Rolex - 6420 - Speedking - Precision - Mens

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Name 6420
Family Speedking
Grade Precision
Gender Mens
Movement Rolex 1210 (Details)
Years in Production 1943 - 1961
Case Diameter (mm) 30
Mechanism Manual
Chronometer No
Hacking No
Date Function No
Quickset No
Chronograph No
Power Reserve (Hours) 58
Frequency (bph) 18,000
Jewel Count 17
Case Material Stainless Steel
Shape Round
Bezel Material Stainless Steel
Crystal Material Acrylic
Band Replaceable Yes

Notes: This striking vintage mid-size Rolex Oyster Speedking is an incredibly rare find. A piece of Rolex history, the Speedking made its first appearance in the 1940's and brought with it a classic design that is just as relevant today as it was when it first debuted. Within the 30mm Oyster case lies a white dial with an appealing a minimalistic design. The dial is set with dagger hour markers, alpha hands topped with lume, and the name "Rolex Oyster Speedking" displayed just below the Rolex Crown at the 12-hour marker. The simplicity of the Rolex Oyster Perpetual reference 6420 will win you over from the moment you put this vintage timepiece on your wrist. A comfortable Rolex leather band accompanies the case, creating a sophisticated statement piece for any outfit.

This calibre dates from the mid 1950s. The calibre 1210 was one of the many derivations of the old Hunter 10½ movement, which dated back to the 1920s. The 1210 was one of the last of these manual wind movements, unlike the original 10½ movement it features shock protection on the balance & escape pivots. These movements usually feature 17 jewels, and were used in the 3038 series of 'Pre-Cellini' watches.

The 1210 is the sister to the 1215, with the primary difference being that the 1215 has a date feature where the 1210 does not.

Item created by: gdm on 2018-10-05 15:02:57. Last edited by gdm on 2018-10-05 15:09:22

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