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Auktionen Dr. Crott 91st Auction

135134 Rolex “Oyster Perpetual Chronometer”, Movement No. N8475, Case No. 315417, Ref. 3372, 32 mm, circa 1945  An attractive rare automatic Rolex “bubble back” with extensive documentation Case: steel, screw back, screwed “Rolex Oyster” winding crown, reeded index bezel, flexible riveted steel “Oyster” bracelet “I/62”. Dial: silvered, luminous Arabic numerals, centre seconds, blued luminous hands. Movm.: rotorwind movement, rhodium-plated, ground, “patented super balance”. The documentation of this watch is likely to be quite unique considering its age. It includes the following papers: - a bill of sale from 12.06.1945, made ​​out to Lt. Richard K. Schroeder - the original warranty card by Rolex Geneva from 12.06.1945  - the original transition receipt dated 06.04.1945 for the used mechanism N8475  - the official explanation for the “Bulletin de Mârche” - a leakproofness certificate of Rolex Geneva - three deposit receipts for invoice amount of USD 267.50 - a confirmation of the transfer by Credit Suisse in New York on 17.08.1945  - two documents attesting to the delivery of the cash payment to Credit Suisse (return receipt) 勞力士 “Oyster Perpetual Chronometer” — 極引人注目的勞力士自 動腕錶”bubble back”,附極多的相關詳細文件。這款腕錶機蕊 在2010年由慕尼黑的Bucherer保養過。 41066  C: 2, 10 D: 2, 8 M: 2, 41, 51  6.500 - 8.000 EUR 7.200 - 8.800 USD 58.500 - 72.000 HKD Rolex “Oyster Perpetual 200m/660ft Submariner”, Movement No. 475639, Case No. 145325, Ref. 6538, Cal. 1030, 37 mm, circa 1955  A gentleman’s historical important, early automatic Rolex “James Bond - Big Crown”, one of the first wristwatch of this reference. With extensive documentation, explaining that this watch was worn by Bernhard Gorsky at the Moana expedition in 1957. Case: steel, screw back, turnable bezel, screwed “Brevet” winding crown, diameter 8 mm, riveted steel “Oyster” bracelet. Dial: black, luminous indexes, centre seconds, luminous Mercedes hands. Movm.: rotorwind movement, rhodium-plated, ground, 6 adj., 25 jewels, Glucydur screw balance, shock protection for balance. Ref. 6538 - James Bond Reference 6538 was produced from 1955 until 1959. From 1957 on the dial of the watch bore the inscription “Officially Certified Chronometer”, whereas the earlier models had not been chronometer certified by COSC. Sean Connery made his debut as James Bond in the 1962 film “Dr. No” and has worn the Rolex Ref. 6538; for this reason the reference 6538 is considered to be the only true “James Bond” Submariner by many collectors. The 6538 is called “coroncione” by its Italian fans - “coroncione” meaning “big crown”. The transfer to Eli Coantic, who had been the previous owner, was initiated by René Jeanneret of Rolex Geneva himself. In this letter it is mentioned that this watch was worn by Bernard Gorsky during the Moana expedition. Further letters exchanged between Rolex Geneva and the owner date up to the malfunction of the watch in 1995. From then on the watch was kept until 2010 and was then sold. In 2010 the watch mechanism was maintained by Bucherer in Munich, the watch being waterproof at that time. Here again we have an extraordinary documentation about this watch, collected over many years, which additionally - in contrast to the prevailing opinion, that during the Moana expedition only the Submariner 6200 was carried along - confirmes that this watch was also taken along was on this expedition. 勞力士 “Oyster Perpetual 200m/660ft Submariner” — 極富歷史價 值的早期勞力士自動腕錶,號稱”James Bond - Big Crown”。這 是其中之一的這種最早製作的參考型號腕錶,根據相關文件記 載,這也是Bernhard Gorsky在1957年Moana極地探險所戴的腕錶。 41065  C: 2, 11 D: 2 M: 2, 41  33.000 - 50.000 EUR 36.300 - 55.100 USD 297.000 - 450.000 HKD