WATCH BROTHERS LONDON
Vintage 1960s Rolex King Midas Hand-Wound 18-Karat Gold Watch, Ref. No. 9630
True arbiters in the industry, Watch Brothers London carefully selects its timepieces for their rarity and impeccable quality. Rolex's 'King Midas' - inspired by Greek mythology and conceptualized by Swiss watch designer Gérald Genta - was the heftiest gold watch money could buy at the time of its release in 1964. Among the few releases from the decade, this 'Naked' edition has a tonal dial to complement the bracelet and is powered by an ultra-thin calibre 650 hand-wound movement.
This watch and its water-resistant seals are vintage, so we do not recommend wearing it in water.
- Ultra-thin calibre 650 hand-wound movement
- 17 jewels
- Hour and minute hands
- Gold dial
- Gold baton hands and markers
- 18-karat gold case
- Crown for time adjustments and manual winding
- Acrylic crystal
- 18-karat gold case back
- Double deployment clasp-fastening 18-karat gold bracelet
- Case width: 27mm; case thickness 4mm
- Reference number: 9630
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