The Datejust is extremely famous and sold Worldwide in great volume over the years. This 1603 Datejust is in great condition overall. The watch is very nice and has a Pie Pan dial with black markers and luminous hands. The watch has been previously polished. Hands and dial are Service Luminova, giving a great modern look to the watch.


*** The pictures may show the reflexion of the camera lens, black spots mostly ***

Make: Rolex

Model: Datejust

Reference: 1603

Year: 1971

Material: Stainless Steel

Dimensions: 36mm

Crystal: Plexiglass Crystal

Movement: Automatic 1570

Bracelet/Strap: Time Merchants Band

Lug Width: 20mm

Box/Papers: No/No

Rolex Datejust Silver Pie Pan Dial 1603 1971


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