Rolex needs no introduction. Their vintage catalogue is filled with some of the most iconic watches ever made, many of which are still made today in modern form. Every watch collection needs at least one vintage Rolex watch.
The Rolex Datejust Ref. 1601 and its siblings, the 1600 and 1603, are very much defined by their numerous dial variations.
This classic two-tone Rolex Submariner from 1990 being offered at no reserve with box and papers makes a great addition to a collection or first Rolex.
The Rolex Oyster Perpetual is deeply rooted in Rolex history yet distinctively modern and distinguishes itself with its white explorer style dial with black numerals.
The Rolex Datejust speaks for itself and is one of the best daily wears that you can get in the vintage watch space.
A fantastic example of a Rolex GMT-Master II Root Beer from the mid 1990s with a two-tone bezel and vibrant brown dial.
A watch that, to many, needs no introduction, Rolex’s GMT-Master has remained a keystone offering of the brand since it was first unveiled in 1954.