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  • bongakam
    bongakam

    wanna get an idea

  • bongakam
    bongakam

    do u have another UAE rolex ?

  • sund4nce
    Sin Fini

    No I do not have anymore. It is hard to pin a price as Red stamped (not printed) Omani Khanjars is the more rare. Just like Omani Sea Dweller's logo. Plus Rose gold 1803, super rare in itself. Or Blue sunburst dial day-date. Both these watches come with Rolex service centre quotations noting the Red logos, authenticating the dials. Therefore, there's no real market prices for these pieces.

(Reserved) Rolex 1803 RG 18038 YG Oman Day Date Presidents

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12 months ago by sund4nce

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The Omani Khanjars Significance of a National Emblem and Rolex The Oman coat of arms national emblem has been imprinted on many variations of vintage Rolex sport models such as the Sea-Dweller 1665, and Submariner 1680/8 documented by Stefano Mazzariol. In the world of vintage Rolex, it is a known reality of an exclusive tag aligned with Rolex Oman models. Rare, desirable and intriguing. From the Netherlands, Philipp Stahl wrote on the Oman dial at RolexPassionReport.com – entitled The Rolex Oman Story of Special Rolex Watch Deliveries to the Sultan of Oman. Other related articles include ryan5446’s research on Sea-dweller reference 1665 Qaboos dial. Daniel Bourn (UK), of Vintage-DB.com have inked an article based on a true story featuring SAS defeating numerous insurgents in Oman in the 1970’s, covering factual events that involved outnumbered military personnel in unfamiliar territories. What significance does the Oman have on a Rolex signed dial? How many Rolex wrist watches with the Oman national emblem logo was actually made? Perplex far fetched questions intertwined with numeric-accuracy makes this an intricate matter to deal with. One thing for sure: there are mixed opinions on the significance of the Oman emblem on a Rolex watch. To a collector, the rarity factor will command a desire to own a Rolex watch with Oman logo. In my interview with Stefano Mazzariol back in May 2012, Oman was probably the most repeated [# hash tag] I had for this committed vintage Rolex specialist. As far as the true vintage Rolex collector, if one can take position-and-ownership on a rare timepiece aforementioned, the watch speaks for itself. Value or not, that lies in the eye of the beholder – beauty & significance of the Oman emblem on a Rolex. There have been many variances in terms of ‘liking’ or ‘disliking’ degrees in accordance to behavioural analytics based on interview coverage on the Oman logo on a collectors’ wristed timepiece. Much beyond the Oman logo lies the national association, history of men in action, and a collaboration between a country and a Swiss watch manufacturer in an agreed limited quantity production. Credits: Vintage Hour Rolex 1803 Rose Gold Rolex 18038 Yellow Gold. Day Date Presidents. Omani Khanjars. Super rare is an understatement. Watch to be appreciated as a pair. Not sold separately. YG 18038 comes with original 18k bracelet. RG comes with original Rolex leather strap and RG Rolex buckle (750, not plated). BOTH watches are authenticated with Rolex quotation papers stated inscribed logo and serials. Make your own research and know the vintage watch before you ask silly questions. Do not message me 'best price'. My best price is as advertised. If you wish to negotiate, trade your watch, need more pictures, etc, easy. Just see the watch. Then we can discuss. I am available most afternoons, near Orchard Mandarin Hotel. Thank you for reading. If you look at my list of watches sold you will realise i am a collector and curator of fine vintage pieces. There's a few vintage watch stores in Singapore buying from me time to time, besides seeking advice. The reason i set to Reserved at $0.01 is i am only looking for fair value from serious collectors. Also ignoring of course the typical "best price?" Messages. Bottom line is, i get a fair value offer i let go. And usually a fair value offer comes AFTER looking at the watch, rather than a "price-first" approach. Anyone who is serious in acquiring a vintage Rolex would have googled everywhere and have an idea of price range. If he is looking for a cheap value piece then my watches are not for him. In my view, these are the people to avoid. And they know nothing about Vintage Rolex just waiting to be spoon fed and acquire the cheapest piece. Good luck then. If you are not one of these guys, then see the watch. And then you will understand why it will never be the cheapest piece in the store at fair value. Therefore, no offence, if you have serious interests after reading the above feel free to text me and i will show you some of my available collection. Thank you for reading.

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