|Model Name/Number:||Datejust Thunderbird 16263|
|Serial/Year||W - 1995|
|Case:||Stainless steel (36mm) w/ bidirectional 18k yellow gold Turn-O-Graph bezel and scratch resistant sapphire crystal|
|Dial:||Black Index w/ Tritium hands and hour markers and yellow gold chapter ring|
|Bracelet:||Stainless steel and 18k yellow gold Jubilee w/ stainless steel Folding Oysterclasp|
|Box & Papers:||Rolex box, booklets, polishing cloth and Rolex papers dated 03/1998|
|Warranty:||This pre-owned Rolex comes with Bob's Watches one year warranty.|
|Return Policy:||If not 100% satisfied, return watch in 3 days for a full refund. Terms.|
This Rolex watch is in minor surface wear to the bracelet and bezel.
By Paul Altieri
If you're in the market for a nostalgic luxury watch that holds a special place in Rolex history, consider the "Turn-o-Graph" Datejust ref. 16263 for sale here today. Also known as the "Thunderbird," the Turn-o-Graph was the first Rolex to feature a rotatable bezel and was also one of the first military tool watches offered by Rolex. Steeped in tradition, this ref. 16263 is hard to resist. It displays the time on a black dial with classic yellow gold indices and matching yellow gold hands. The case and bracelet are presented in steel and gold, creating a remarkable dress watch that is suitable for all occasions.
* All Pre-Owned Rolex watches are guaranteed to be 100% genuine and certified authentic. Certificates are issued by WatchCSA, the industry's leading independent authority on watch authentication. WatchCSA Certified Pre-Owned certificates are provided for an additional fee at checkout. All watches are shipped to fit the average size wrist (7 1/4" - 7 1/2" for men and 6 1/4" - 6 1/2" for women). Additional links can be purchased if needed. Note that "B&P" means "box and papers" where stated.
This pre-owned Rolex comes with Bob's Watches one year warranty
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Beautiful watch that has met all my expectations at a price level that I can afford.