1969 Rolex Oyster Precision (Ref. 6426) Linen Dial
Manual wind movements were a large part of Rolex history, named the "Precision" line, where the automatic movements received the "Perpetual" moniker. The Precision timepieces were created as more affordable options that retain in-house movements and charming details. The ref. 6426 was one of the longest-running Rolex models spanning from the 1950s to the 80s. The Rolex Oyster Precision is a gentlemanly timepiece, both handsome and thin, perfect for daily wear and suitable for any occasion.
|Rolex 7205 Oyster-Rivet Bracelet W/ 57 End Pieces
The case is in impressive condition, exhibiting only a light sleeve polish and retains strong factory dimensions and crisp edges with honest signs of previous use. The smooth stianless steel bezel is unpolished with light signs of use. The original Rolex 7205 Oyster-Rivet bracelet with 57 end pieces is stamped 2/70 and retains 13 links that show some stretch from use.
The original silver linen dial is in wonderful vintage condition, showing some light signs of age arounds its edges with no blemishes present. The tritium lume plots have taken on dark patina and exhibit no degradation whatsoever under U.V. light inspection. The original tritium hands match the dial perfectly and show no degradation when inspected under U.V. light.
None. The watch was recently serviced and is keeping time perfectly, backed by a 1-year warranty on accurate timekeeping.