1997 Rolex Submariner No Date Tritium Dial Ref. 14060
The last Mohikan - What we have here is a beautiful example of the iconic No-Date Submariner, the probably most popular Submariner configuration until today. This particular piece dates to 1997 and is one of the last examples with Tritium dial and hands, the one we all want. The creamy patina on the lumes and also pearl makes this one stand out from the crowd and much more desirable than the later Luminova versions. The case and bracelet are preserved in a beautiful crisp condition, the dial is flawless and still retains its full gloss. If you are looking for your very first Vintage Submariner, this is a great one to start with.
|Model||Submariner no Date Tritium Dial|
|Case||Excellent case that has been lightly polished in the past. The lugs remain thick and even showing beautifully bevelled edges. The numbers are crisp and the green case back sticker is still present|
|Bracelet / Strap||Excellent and matching 93150 Oyster bracelet showing only light wear from age. Clasp code is Z10 dating it to 1997.11 links|
|Dial||Excellent Black glossy dial with white gold surrounds. The original Tritium on dial and hands has aged to a beautiful creamy color|
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.