7 Weeks of Rolex
Week 5 of 7 : Rolex Day-Date Diamond Watch - New In Box With Papers - Evaluated By Independent Specialist
Rolex Day-Date Diamond Watch - New In Box With Papers - Evaluated By Independent Specialist
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Get a great deal with this online auction for a Rolex watch presented by Property Room on behalf of a law enforcement or public agency client.
118208 - Men's
31 Jewel Auto. #3155
Domed 18kt gold
Black with diamond markers and day/date windows
10.25" open, 7.75" closed (total length)
Concealed fold over
New in box, all papers included
What does Evaluated by Independent Specialist mean?
When an auction lists "Evaluated by Independent Specialist" it means this piece looked pretty special when we were sorting and we have hand-selected this piece for a closer look. We send these pieces out to an independent third party specialist to verify the metal, gemstone, size, etc. and pass that information on to you to help guide your bidding. Sometimes these auctions may include a GIA diamond grading or similar report. Watches may not have been serviced and it is possible that service and/or cleaning may be required for optimum performance.
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