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ROLEX Cellini 3804 WG Blue Grey Dial 1970s

SKU: ROLEX194
Sale price$3,454.58 USD

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-Specifications
Brand
Rolex
Model
Cellini
Reference
3804
Year
circa 1974
Serial
38xxxxx
Movement
Manual Wind Cal.1600
Case
31.5 mm
Material
18K White Gold
Bracelet
Black Leather Strap
Bracelet Length
Approx 18cm
Includes
Rolex Signed Steel Buckle
Notes
The watch has been completely serviced by our watchmaker recently
The case has been polished in the service
Warranty
1-year Mechanical Warranty by us
Shipping
Global shipping via FedEx International Priority

* Due to Washington Convention, we cannot export Crocodile / Alligator leather overseas.

If you purchase from overseas, the strap will be replaced with a similar strap made of calf leather as an alternative.


-Description
Rolex Cellini is a collection that focuses on elegance without the Oyster case.

Cellini has a long history and was created in 1928.

The name 'Cellini' comes from the 16th century Renaissance Italian engraver Benvenuto Cellini.

This watch, Ref 3804, was produced in circa 1974.

The case material is 18K white gold and the shape is round, but the lugs are integrated into a curved design.

The dial is a blue-grey dial with sunray finish.

It is thought to have originally been navy color, but has become blue-grey with age.

There is also a sigma mark next to SWISS at 6 o'clock on the dial.

This is a notation found on watches made from around 1973 to 2000 by manufacturers who belonged to the APRIOR organisation, and indicates the use of precious metals such as gold for the dial and hour markers.

It was put there to indicate that "the watch is a Swiss-made of gold and of high quality."

This mark is found on watches from five companies - Rolex, Patek Philippe, Vacheron Constantin, IWC and Omega - but not all watches had it.

It comes with a genuine Rolex stainless steel buckle.

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