Rolex Explorer "R Serial"

REF. 1016

One of the most coveted 1016s, the R and L serial Explorers represent the penultimate and final iteration of the plastic crystal Explorer. An enduring icon of a lost era, this is a beautiful example to add to the collection.


Thick case with straight lugs. There is light surface wear on the lugs, but no major dings or scratches. Numbers between lugs are clean and visible to the naked eye. Bezel retains sharp edges and also has only superficial scratches.


Original matte tritium dial in excellent condition with matching hands.


Comes one a 78360 oyster band with 13 links and 580 end pieces. The band exhibits only very minor stretch.

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Tudor Submariner Date "Lolipop Box and Papers NOS"

REF. 76100

To complete the trifecta of NOS Tudors, we have here a "Lolipop" version of the 76100. Its named as such because of the unusual seconds hand which lacks the common "Mercedes" partition in the bubble. This example comes with an unstamped unsigned blank guarantee, and accompanying hang tag, papers and box. Be quick, this guy isn't going to last every long.

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Tudor Submariner Date "Box and Papers NOS"

REF. 76100

Part of our recent "haul", this time capsule Submariner is 100% brand new and unworn. When's the next time you'll see something like this? The watch was sold on May 19th 1989 and according to the internet, that day saw the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit 2,500 for the very first time. Don't wait until the Dow hits 50,000 and snag this amazing time capsule.

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Tudor Automatic Chronograph Exotic Dial "NOS, Box and Papers"

REF. 94210

Wow. 10 Past Ten has fired up the time machine to bring you a few incredible NOS Tudors, including this amazing "Exotic Dial" Chronograph. Aside from very minor wear due to handling, this watch is absolutely new. Its like you Marty McFly'd into the 1970s or 80s and grabbed this watch off the shelf at the Twin Pines Mall. Box, papers, hang tags you name it.

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The Horological Minute
feat. Joshua Ganjei
This week we bring to you an interview with Joshua Ganjei, a second generation watch dealer based in Boston, MA. Joshua got his start in the business early, causing trouble at the European Watch Company store at a very young age. Eight years ago, he officially joined the family business. The European Watch Company has been a fixture on Newbury Street in Boston for over 25 years, and was started by Joshua's father Albert. In the store they carry a fine selection of both new and vintage watches. Joshua's real passion lay with vintage watches, as he as worked hard to expand their business in that area with his knowledge of various different brands, not just Rolex. A genuine vintage enthusiast, we're proud to have Joshua as this week's Horological Minute.
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