1971 Rolex Detejust Turn-O-Graph | Ref. 1625 | In Two Tone

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Produced between 1959 and 1977, the reference 1625 came in solid 18k gold, two-tone steel and yellow gold, and steel with a white gold bezel. Its hallmark is the engine-turned finish, which, when combined with an oystercase, creates a distinct and unmistakable appearance. The two-tone version, especially with a luxurious champagne dial like the one we have, highlights Rolex's skill in creating timepieces that seamlessly combine opulence and everyday style.

Here at TTC, we focus on two key aspects when selecting our offerings: condition and rarity. This particular piece exemplifies the first aspect, as it is in exceptional shape, likely unpolished and nearly mint. Such finds are incredibly rare today, especially one with a gold-tarnished, very sharp bezel and a flawless dial free of stains, marks, or aging.



The watch is in exceptional condition, very clean and sharp. The movement is very clean, the dial is flawless and free of scratches and marks. Lume is complete in both dial and hands.

It has been fully serviced and keeps a fantastic time.
The amplitude of 251° Rate -12s/d and Beat Error 1.2ms.


Maker: Rolex
Model: DateJust Turn-O-Graph
Reference: 1625
Year: 1971
Material: Stainless steel and yellow gold
Dimensions: 36mm diameter; 12mm thickness
Crystal: Plexiglass
Lume: Tritium
Bracelet/Strap: New Mustard Atelier Del Sur strap
Box/Papers: Non

This watch was photographed on a 6.9 inch / 175mm wrist.

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