Rolex Submariner Meter First Ref. 5512 Year 1967

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Year of issue: 1967

Reference number: 5512

Serial number: 1747XXX

Condition: mint

Status: sold

Dealer country: Dubai

Price in US $: n/a

Watch details

The 5512 meters first with Zinc Sulfide markers is a very rare species. It is known that only a small number of cases has been equipped with this dial variant over a very short period of time. A true rarity among the matte dial Submariners if not the rarest.

SKU 1.1.624
Brand Rolex
Model Submariner Meter First
Ref. No. 5512
Serial No. 1747XXX
Year 1967
Gender Gents
Case Size 40mm
Case Excellent case that has been lightly polished.Lugs remain straight with sharp edges. Numbers between lugs are crisp and fully intact.
Strap/Bracelet Later folded and rivited Oyster 7202 with moderate wear from age
Dial Original and excellent four liner meters first dial with Tritium/Zinc Sulfide markers which are fully intact and glow strong after being exposed to light.
Price Sold
Crystal Superdome Crystal
Movement Automatic
Condition Mint
Box No
Papers No


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