Rolex Watches shown:
“El Cornino” Early 1960s 1675 GMT-Master
“Pepsi” GMT-Master & GMT-Master II
“Fat Lady” GMT-Master II
“Coke” GMT-Master II
“Root Beer” GMT-Master & GMT-Master II
“Creamy” or “Cream Dial” Explorer II 16550
“Polar” Explorer II 16570, 216570, 26570
“Nipple Dial” GMT-Master & Submariner
“Exclamation Point Dial”
“The stunning contrast of the dial on this Rolex Daytona Ref 116509 makes this one of our favorites. The fact that it’s in absolutely mint condition with box & papers makes it a customer favorite. What makes a stunning timepiece, in your opinion?” ~ Bob Wingate aka Wingate’s Quality Watches
This week’s YouTube Video for Tic-Tock.com peeked a few of our friends’ interest. After posting the YouTube link about the newest blog called: Famous Rolex Watches Made Famous by Famous Stars ………. I got a special photo from a friend who happens to own a famous Rolex watch. He says that he will tell me the story the next time I see him.
I am looking forward to hearing the story of how James Kirk Hampton (aka Coach) owns a ROLEX!
Shout out to all the businesses and individuals that care about October and what the pink ribbons stands for !!
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Celebrating 60 years of James Bond films yesterday. Bond, James Bond, debuted on-screen on October 5, 1962. 007, played first by Sean Connery in Dr. No, wears a no-date Rolex Submariner on a leather strap, much like the one currently in our inventory (C51440). Some say it was Sean Connery’s personal timepiece.