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It comes as a full-set, with its original box and extraordinarily complete paperwork. Included is its original signed guarantee paperwork from 1971 (with serial number 263 XXXX), a signed guarantee from the original, Durban-based retailer, a Rolex Skin Diver Handbook (detailing a Navy Standard Decompression Table) and its original SUBMARINER 200 card - suggesting the original box should be used for cigarettes, after removing the card and the inner watch support. The watch also comes on a 93150 Oyster bracelet (580 end-links), with matching clasp and divers' extension.

The dial of this Submariner 5513 is in exceptionally good condition, has a matte black finish, tritium index markers, without fading on the white minute markers or the Rolex coronet. The tritium index plots and ‘Mercedes’ hands have aged to a yellow patina and show consistency.

The case is in excellent vintage condition and does not suffer from over polishing, as the lugs display clear beveling and bumps/grazes (consistent with use). The watch retains its original Rolex 'trip-lock' crown.

The watch has been fully serviced and comes with a two-year warranty from A Collected Man.

Selling price is £11,775 for ChronoTrader.

Thank you to Jeff and ChronoTrader for the space.

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