How to Tell if Rolex Watch Is a Real or Fake
Look at the source. The first thing to do when assessing the authenticity of a Rolex Watches is to look at where it comes from. A reputable jeweler or a fine watch dealer is probably going to be selling the genuine article. A man with a market stall selling them for much less than the usual market price is usually selling something either stolen or fake. Pawn shops are something of a mixed bag because they depend on the scruples of the individual sellers. Looking at the back of any Rolex will reveal that the case and innards are all made of metal. Fakes will generally use plastic because it is much cheaper to produce. Rolex Watches uses only the best materials and of course metal lasts a lot longer and costs a lot more to make.
It's amazing what you can find in your own home that may seem unimportant to you but may be considered a treasure to someone else. With eBay and other Internet auctions sites, it's so easy to turn something that has been sitting around collecting dust into a gold mine of cash in an instant. Hodinkee must have been mighty surprised to see his old dive watch sell for so much, but now at least he can rest comfortably and enjoy his retirement. He can even buy another watch, if he so pleases.
Rolex Watches Cellini King Midas
James Bond met his match on screen in 1974 The Man Rolex Watches with the Golden Gun when he encountered the evil Francisco Scaramanga. A notorious assassin so precise he required only one bullet made of gold and fired from a golden gun that was quickly assembled from parts that doubled as a cigarette case. Fleming wrote the original character to be the evil antithesis of Bond noble secret agent with a license to kill. So it seems only fitting that while Roger Moore wears the traditional Rolex Watches Submariner as Bond, Christopher Lee as Scaramanga should wear a gold Rolex Cellini King Midas.
Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air King, Ref.5500, circa 1973 image Black Bough
The Air King with charcoal grey dial is another vintage favourite with a lovely satin finish which changes in tone as it catches the light. This example was recently sold at Black Bough and was in wonderful original condition Black Bough watchmaker, who overhauled the watch, opened the watch to find it in untouched condition.
Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air King, Ref.5500, hallmarked 1970, 14ct gold image Black Bough
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