Passion. Dedication. Expertise. These are all attributes that describe the team behind 10pastTEN. Born out of a love for vintage watches, this site is the culmination of years of hard work, aiming to bring to you the very best selection of vintage Rolex timepieces available anywhere. Whether it’s your first Submariner that you aim to acquire, or perhaps a rare Oyster Paul Newman Daytona, we can help you realize your dream watch.


Rolex Submariner "Tulip Crown" 2-Line Gilt Chapter Ring Dial

REF. 5512

An excellent example of an early 5512, this particular watch is characterized by its irregular shaped coronet, hence its name. Made for a very short period of time, this watch has a truly impressive look with its greenish lume and faded bezel. This particular example has a beautiful dial that is very glossy and has very little surface wear.

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Rolex Explorer I

REF. 1016

The quintessential Rolex, this Explorer I exudes all the charm and character that we love about vintage Rolex. An original domed crystal, nice patinated dial and a crisp case- what else can you ask for?

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NOS Unworn Tudor Submariner Snowflake

REF. 94110

Fire up the time machine! This is really something amazing- for the collector that wants something really special, this Tudor Snowflake really ticks all the boxes. Unworn with a full sticker on the back, this Tudor Snowflake is as new. The watch comes with a red hangtag (Sticker is missing) and a blank guarantee paper as well.

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Rolex GMT Master II "Coke Bezel" Box and Papers

REF. 16710

An early example of the GMT Master II, this watch superseded the Fat Lady in the Rolex lineup, and was for nearly 20 years until being replaced by the ceramic GMT. This particular example was worn sparingly, and has razor sharp edges and still retains its caseback sticker. A real great example of a Rolex staple, coming with original box, papers and hang tag.

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The Horological Minute
feat. Charles Tearle
This week, we feature friend and horological industry veteran, Charles Tearle. Charles got his start working at the famed London based Somlo Antiques in 1990. After working for over 10 years at Somlo's, Charles joined the Bonham's team as a US based Head of Clocks and Watches. From there, he joined Antiquorum and subsequently became the head of the Sotheby's Watch Department in Hong Kong. After spending 20+ years working for some of the most prestigious names in the business, Charles decided to go out on his own, offering consulting services and selling a carefully curated selection of watches available on his website. An old friend, we're happy to have him as this week's Horological Minute.
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