Rolex DateJust 36mm 126331 YG/SS Fluted Bezel Diamond Markers *6 Dials* Jubilee Bracelet A2836 & A2813


RLDJ0083BP
 Rolex
316LStainless Steel Case Asian Eta 2813 Automatic Movement,21600bhph
Rolex DateJust 36mm 126331 YG/SS Fluted Bezel Diamond Markers *6 Dials* Jubilee Bracelet A2836 & A2813

Rolex DateJust 36mm 126331 YG/SS Fluted Bezel Diamond Markers *6 Dials* Jubilee Bracelet A2836 & A2813 On Sale

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DESCRIPTION: From the BP Factory
CASE: ?316L?Stainless Steel Case
MOVEMENT: ?Asian Eta 2813 Automatic Movement,21600bhph
DIMENSIONS:36mm x 12mm
CRYSTAL:Sapphire
STRAP / BRACELET:Bracelet

Was: $418.5.00  SALE Price:  $279.00
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By bruce batson  September 15,2019,9:35 am
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