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Rolex Oyster Perpetual 6564 Patina Dial with Papers

SKU: ROLEX241
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-Specifications
Brand
Rolex
Model
Oyster Perpetual
Reference
6564
Year
1955
Serial
32xxxxx
Movement
Automatic Cal.1030
Case
34mm
Material
Stainless Steel
Bracelet
Oyster Riveted Bracelet with 357 End
Bracelet Length
12 Links (Approx 18cm)
Includes
Guarantee Paper dated 1956
Chronometer Certificate dated 1955
Notes
The watch has been completely serviced by our watchmaker recently
Warranty
1-year Mechanical Warranty by us
Shipping
Global shipping via DHL Express with full insurance

-Description

The Oyster Perpetual is a direct descendant of the first Oyster released in 1926, which established Rolex's reputation as the world's first waterproof wristwatch.

It is the origin of Rolex watches with two of the three major inventions of Rolex: the Oyster case, which is waterproof and extremely durable, and the Perpetual mechanism, an automatic winding mechanism with a rotor that rotates in both directions.

This reference 6564 is an Oyster Perpetual without a date display manufactured in 1955. Comes with a very rare original guarantee paper and chronometer certificate.

The case diameter is 34mm, so it can be used comfortably by both men and women.

The dial is an ivory dial which has great patina.The combination of bullet-shaped indexes and dauphin hands gives it a vintage feel.

The installed movement is automatic Cal.1030. It was the first Rolex to feature a bidirectional winding rotor. The rotor part is called a butterfly rotor because it looks like a butterfly.

The bracelet comes with a riveted bracelet. The bracelet is very light and the buckle has a design with a protruding crown.

The chronometer certificate is dated 1955 and matches the movement serial. The serial number on the warranty card is blank, but the year 1956 is written on it.

The dial is unique in its variation, and the watch is both practical and collectable, with not only a guarantee but also a chronometer certificate.

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