Rolex Manually Wound Cal 1210

Case material:

Stainless Steel

Ref: 6426


Here we have a stunning example of a dressy Rolex from the 1970s. This has a manually wound movement, 34mm stainless steel case, original Oyster bracelet and box and papers.


The dial is a brushed silver with applied baton hour markers. There is a subtle minute track that borders the dial. The case has a satin finish top with a polished smooth bezel and polished sides. The screw down case back has a presentation engraving, given in 1976 though the serial number dates manufacture to 1974. The lume on the hands and hour marker plots is in beautiful condition  with no discolouring or flaking.


The Oyster bracelet ref 7835/19 with 357 end links shows no stretch dings or scratches. It appears this watch was probably only worn the odd time for special occasions. The bracelet currently fits a large wrist.


The box and paperwork are also in near mint condition only light marks to the outer box.


Technical Details

This watch uses the Rolex manually wound Cal 1210

This has 17 jewels and a 58 power reserve.

Frequency of 18,000


Condition Report

The watch is in outstanding condition with very minimal signs of wear or ageing to the case, dial and bracelet. Movement is clean and keeping excellent time, We do not guarantee water resistance.



Rolex Oyster Precision Ref 6426

  • If you are not local to us, we are happy to post your watch to you, fully insured next day delivery at buyers expense (between £8 and £12)

  • While all care is taken to ensure every watch functions perfectly well, occassionally when worn on the wrist they can behave slightly differently. If any issues occur within the 30 days after purchase we are happy to refund or repair the watch hassle free.