Saturday, March 23, 2013

Rolex octagonal oyster steel

This afternoon, I have traded my vintage 1960 Rolex auto using the butterfly movement for a 1920s early Oyster Octagonal in steel. It must sound strange but the steel version is much rarer then the gold one..

I love this early pieces as it has a special look and flavor especially with its full numeral dial and the subsidiary second hand. Recently, I have introduced a "one in one out strategy" to ensure that my collection stay tight and follow the thematic scheme that I have set.

This Watch will fit nicely with my early Rolex Prince and the octagonal collection....

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Location:Cheong Tung Road,,Hong Kong

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