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18K Ladies Datejust

by Rolex

18k yellow gold Oyster Perpetual Lady Datejust. Automatic winding Rolex calibre with date display. Acrylic crystal with cyclops magnifier. 18k yellow gold "President" bracelet with hidden crownclasp. Tiger eye mineral dial with applied Rolex coronet.

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$29450.00 $8995.00

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18k Yellow Gold case with fluted bezel measuring 26mm dia.


Tiger Eye dial with date window 3 o'clock.


18K president bracelet with hidden folding clasp.


Automatic perpetual movement with date.


Circa 1981 very good condition with a rare dial option.

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