This ladies Rolex is simply superb and one of the rarest that we have had.
Made in a 9ct rose gold Rolex case, stamped “W & D” for Wilsdord and Davis” the founders of Rolex, and hallmarked with the London Import mark for 1913, this is one of the earliest Rolex watches that we have had, yet it gets even more fantastic.
The dial itself is in pristine condition, and as perfect today as when it was made nearly 100 years ago. It is so easy to read with the numbers, and has one of the early Rolex “signature” marks of the red 12.
However, this is the only lady’s Rolex watch of this era that we have ever found with a centre sweep seconds. This really is going to be a hard Rolex to replace.
The case is in 9ct rose gold and measures 29mm across plus the crown making it a very good size to wear, and can easily be worn on a daily basis. The condition of the case is perfect, with no engraving or damage to the back or the hinge.
If you are after a highly unique, collectable and rare Rolex watch that is nearly 100 years old, then this just has to be the one.