ROLEX OYSTER PERPETUAL REF. 6532
Fine and rare stainless steel self-winding wristwatch with silver dial
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The history of Rolex is intimately linked to surpassing oneself. Hans Wilsdorf, founder of the brand, understood the common interest in equipping record holders with an Oyster watch.
The first British woman to cross the Channel, Mercedes Gleitze paved the way for many athletes and explorers.
At the beginning of the 20th century, when men began to wear their watches on their wrist rather than in their pocket, it became clear that their timepieces were more exposed to the vagaries of everyday life. Pocket watches were indeed protected by clothing and therefore preserved from the elements and humidity.
Hans Wilsdorf remains convinced that the concept of the water-resistant watch will change the face of the watch industry.
The model presented here is an Oyster perpetual of reference 6532 from 1960. It is a stainless steel round case of 34 mm diameter. Screwed crown and case back. Silver dial with applied epis hour markers. Dauphine hands and central second hand. Self-winding mechanical movement, chronometer certified.
This rare reference is a must for a collector or a lover of fine and uncommon craftsmanship.
A chic and elegant collector’s watch that will be able to join your collection of remarkable watches.