- YEAR : 1978
- Ref. 1665
|The Last Bubble-back
|Type of movement
|Certificate of Authenticity
|New / Used
|Manufacturer's caliber reference
|Caliber Rolex A.296 , 18 jewels
|Case size (mm)
|Type of glass
|Withe with red mention
|Original Jubilee strap
|Min. strap length (cm)
|Max. strap length (cm)
|Rare vintage watch in very good condition
The mythical Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust watch from the nineteen sixties, the double red ovettone 6305, a collector's model still nicknamed the last bubble-back, considered the most successful and the last model of the famous series of watches that has marked the history of Rolex in the second half of the twentieth century. A watch that takes up the jubilee bracelet borrowed from the innovative rolex datejust 1601 Prima of the early sixties and that will allow Rolex to set an additional milestone in the world of luxury watches.
White dial with black and red inscriptions, a combination echoed twice by the day-date window disc which indicates the date alternately in red and black, hence the nickname rolex datejust 6305-2 double red.
This watch known as the last of the famous Rolex Bubble-back models features an 18-jewel self-winding movement, reference Rolex caliber A-296, it has six adjustment positions and an ingenious anti-shock device that protects the operation of its movement. Model highly sought after by lovers of vintage rolex its advantageous case diameter allows it to be worn by all types of wrists. With a luxurious and dressy appearance, its vintage side gives it that exceptional watch side sought after by both luxury watch watchers and lovers of beautiful vintage occasions.This Rolex datejust Ovettone is guaranteed for two years and is in perfect mechanical condition with all its original parts. It comes with a warranty certificate and a Mostra leather travel case. It can be seen in our shop in Aix en Provence and can, on request, be accompanied by a Watchcertificate certificate.
In terms of the collection, this watch was for a long time on the wrist of Roy Thinnes, the famous protagonist of the Invaders series. A men's watch in the sixties, today it conquers many women's wrists like its modern equivalent Rolex datejust 36 mm, this size of case being by nature today unisex.
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