Ralf Meertz

www.worldoftime.de

+49 (0)89 12 71 39 42

Prannerstr. 13
80333 München
Germany

Since more then 10 years Ralf Meertz is dealing in high quality watches. As a professional watchmaker himself, Ralf is very aware about the importance of the smallest details that play in crucial rolex for the originality of a watch and for collect in general. Many collectors find their way to his lovely shop in downtown München where he also has his in-house workshop. One of their specialities is vintage Rolex and therefor he has always a great collection with over 100 vintage Rolex for sale. We where very pleased he finally could find the time to join us for our latest Rolex Passion Meeting.

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This dealer's watches

  • Rolex Milgauss Ref 1019 with rare black dial, silver print and square luminous.
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    Milgauss
  • Rolex Oyster Daytona Ref 6263 Big Red from 1980
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    Cosmograph,Daytona
  • Rolex Red Submariner ref 1680 with box and original invoice from 1972
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    Submariner
  • 18K Yellow Gold Rolex Oyster Daytona Ref 6263 from 1982
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    Daytona
  • Rolex Explorer 1 - Ref 1016
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    Explorer I
  • ROLEX GMT Tigereye Ref. 1675, 1974
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    Gmt Master
  • ROLEX COMEX Sea Dweller Rail Dail Ref. 1665, 1977
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    Sea Dweller
  • ROLEX Daytona Cosmograph Ref. 6263, 1980
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    Cosmograph
  • ROLEX,Submariner Ref. 5513, 1967
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    Submariner
  • ROLEX Submariner Ref. 6536, 1959
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    Submariner
  • ROLEX Submariner Ref. 5513, 1966
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    Submariner
  • ROLEX Prince Ref. 1490, 1930
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    Prince
  • ROLEX Submariner "James Bond" Ref. 6538, 1957
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    Big crown,Submariner
  • ROLEX Day Date Ref. 1803, 1970
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    Day-Date
  • ROLEX Datejust Ref. 1601, 1970
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    Datejust
  • ROLEX Daytona Cosmograph Paul Newman, Ref. 6239, 1968
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    Paul Newman
  • ROLEX Submariner Ref. 5512 Chronometer 1962
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    Submariner
  • ROLEX Daytona Cosmograph Ref. 6239, 1967
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    Daytona
  • ROLEX Daytona Cosmograph Ref. 16520 A-Series, 2000
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    Daytona
  • ROLEX Red Submariner Ref. 1680, Marrone, 1969
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    Submariner
  • ROLEX GMT Tiger eye  Ref. 1675, 1977
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    Gmt Master
  • ROLEX Daytona Cosmograph Ref. 6265, 14ct gold, 1974
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    Cosmograph
  • ROLEX Submariner Ref. 5513, Bart Simpson Gilt Dial, 1966
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    Submariner
  • ROLEX GMT Pepsi Ref. 1675, 1965
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    Gmt Master,Rolex
  • ROLEX Daytona Cosmograph Q-T Swiss T-Q, Ref. 6263, 1972
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    Daytona
  • ROLEX Day Date  Stella "sangue di bue" Ref. 18039, 1977
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    Day-Date,Stella
  • ROLEX Daytona Cosmograph Ref. 6262, 1969
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    Daytona
  • ROLEX Oysterquartz "IL TEXANO", Ref.5100 First Quartz Beta-21, 1970
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    Quartz,Rolex
  • Rolex gold Submariner Ref. 1680, lila nipple dial
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    Submariner
  • Rolex Submariner "James Bond-big crown", without crown guards, Ref. 6538, from 1956
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  • Rolex Gold Submariner Ref. 16808, Sultan Dial
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    Submariner
  • Rolex Perpetual full calendar and moon phases, ref. 8171
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    Paddelone,Perpetual
  • Rolex Oyster Perpetual full calendar Ref. 6062, 18K Yellow Gold
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    Perpetual,Stelline

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