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The example of reference 7016 dating from 1969 presented here shows the detail of certain characteristics, the most visible being the dial and hands.
Punctuated with large and highly visible square-shaped hour markers, in place of the rose logo it displayed a shield, symbol of resistance and reliability.
If a bracelet has an additional ‘S’ stamped along with the year and date then it is a service replacement.
More recently with SEL (solid end link) bracelets Rolex have been stamping the part number, date code and Rolex crown into the inner part of the end link and so not visible without removing the bracelet.
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PLEASE PHONE 01 TO ORDER OR ENQUIRE (From abroad phone 0044 1) A 1979 Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust wristwatch in 18k gold. A jubilee bracelet with unusual 'bark' finish to the central links. Click here to view detailed image 1 Click here to view detailed image 2 Click here to view detailed image 3 Click here to view detailed image 4 Click here to view detailed image 5 Click here to view detailed image 6 Click here to view detailed image 7 A gents 1981 Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date 18K gold and steel gents wristwatch. A stainless steel case, case inner marked 'Dennison for Rolex'. Stainless steel case bracelet signed 'Tudor Watch Co LTD, Geneva Switzerland'.
Rolex bracelet codes are found on the inner part of the Rolex bracelet clasp and started in the 1950′s when Rolex also began stamping the inner caseback of their watches.
The 'bark' design continues onto the bezel, and offers a contrast to the polished gold finish to the rest of the case. A calibre 710 manual mechanism ref 68827 and marked 'Rolex Swiss Made 15 Rubis'. A stainles steel 'Denisteel' case made by Dennison, numbered 123 inside the case back. An off white silvered dial with dagger indices and Arabic numerals to 3, 6, 9 and 12. A 1954 gents Tudor 9K gold 'cushion' cased wristwatch. A silvered dial with silver batons and silver colored Dauphine hands. A case back signed 'By Rolex Geneva Original Oyster Case'. An off white dial gilt indices and Arabic numerals.
USA manufactured bracelets differ in their stampings to their European counterparts in that many bracelets have no date and that dated ones are month/year stamped rather than quarter/year.