1970 Rolex Submariner Serif Dial Ref. 5513
All you need is a 5513 - The Submariner 5513 is not only the most iconic dive watch but also the most iconic wrist watch of all times. With a production run of about 30 years its maybe the longest production run of any Rolex. The 5513 came in various case and dial variants but has never lost even a tad of DNA. This very example offered here dates back to 1970 and has a near flawless Serif dial. The surface is clean and neat, free of any tool marks, spots or discolorations. The lumes have aged to a vivid yellow color and matching the pearl on the beautifully aged gunmetal grey bezel insert with fat font numbers. The watch that never gets old, the iconic and unmistakable 5513.
|Model||Submariner Serif dial|
|Case||Excellent stainless steel case that has been polished in the past and is showing light wear from age. The bezel is sharp and the original Fat Font insert has aged to a beautiful gunmetal grey.|
|Bracelet / Strap||Excellent rivited C & I Oyster with moderate stretch from age. The bracelet has 11 links and clasp is dated 1/71|
|Dial||Excellent and near flawless Serif dial crisp graphics. The original Tritium lumes have aged to a vivid yellow color.The hands have aged a few shades lighter|
Released in 1954 at the Basel Watch Fair, the Submariner was the first watch to be water-resistant to 100m. The most recognizable watch in the Rolex line-up. The Submariner is characterized by its iconic black dial and diving bezel. A tool watch with a strong Rolex DNA, the Submariner is not only the most iconic Rolex, but probably the most iconic watch of all time.