Rolex Submariner ref 5513 Brown Dial

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Model: ,

Year of issue: 1965

Reference number: 5513

Serial number: 12067**

Condition: hardly worn

Status: sold

Dealer country: Italy

Price in EUR €: n/a

Watch details

Rolex Submariner ref. 5513 Brown Dial

Serial numbers 12067**, 1965

Case:

in very good condition

Serial and ref. numbers are perfect between the lugs

Dial:

Original Rolex Tropical Dial

Very good condition

Caseback:

ingraved with the name of Captain Wn. C. Cobb.

Bracelet:

Original Rolex Oyster ref. 7206/80

clasp 165

Accessories:none

Note:

the watch belonged to the Navy Captain Warrington C. Cobb.

He fought in the Korean War be in command on USA minesweeper.

Price on request

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Rolex Submariner ref. 5513 Quadrante Marrone

Seriale numero 12067**, 1965

Cassa:

in ottime condizioni

Seriale e referenza sono visibili tra le anse

Quadrante:

quadrante originale Rolex tropical marrone

Ottime condizioni

Fondello:

inciso con il nome del capitano Wn. C. Cobb.

Bracciale:

originale Rolex Oyster ref. 7206/80

clasp 165

Accessori:

nessuno

Note:

orologio appartenuto al capitano Warrington C. Cobb che combattè nella guerra di Corea al comando di un dragamine USA.

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Dealer

Stefano Mazzariol

The Rolex Submariner

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