Rolex Submariner Meter First Ref. 5512 Year 1967
The 5512 meters first with Zinc Sulfide markers is a very rare species. It is known that only a small number of cases has been equipped with this dial variant over a very short period of time. A true rarity among the matte dial Submariners if not the rarest.
|Model||Submariner Meter First|
|Case||Excellent case that has been lightly polished.Lugs remain straight with sharp edges. Numbers between lugs are crisp and fully intact.|
|Bracelet / Strap||Strap/Bracelet Later folded and rivited Oyster 7202 with moderate wear from age|
|Dial||Original and excellent four liner meters first dial with Tritium/Zinc Sulfide markers which are fully intact and glow strong after being exposed to light.|
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.