This Men's Rolex President Day-Date, model 18348, is a gently pre-owned watch. It is in very good condition as evidence by the close-up pictures of the actual watch. There are no major signs of wear on the case, bracelet, or crystal. All of the functions work perfectly and is guaranteed 100% Authentic. The serial number for this model is from the E Series, meaning the approximate production year was between 1990-1991. The retail price for this luxury watch is approximately $48,300.
It features case, crown, and lugs made from the precious metal 18K yellow gold. The bezel is made from the same material and is lined with original high quality Rolex factory set diamonds. The case measures 36mm without the crown and protects a complicated automatic movement. A gold dial is textured with rolex logos throughout the display. It features additional diamonds which are used as hour marker. A magnified date window is also featured on the dial and is located in place of the 3 o'clock marker while a day window is in place of the 12 o'clock marker. Gold toned hour, minute, and second hands are featured on the display. The 18K yellow gold President bracelet uses a deployment clasp. It can fit a wrist up to 7 inches.
Rolex is one of the most famous luxury watch companies in the world. When Hans Wilsdorf began the epic journey of the storied fine watch company, the watch market mainly consisted of pocket watches. Many were skeptical of the accuracy of a wrist watch. The founder sough the potential of an accurate wristwatch as an opportunity. He took the challenge of developing advanced techniques and technology to insure his watches accuracy. The continued success of the company is proof that he succeeded.
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