Rolex Submariner 5513 'Matte Dial'Sold
Rolex Submariner 5513 'Matte Dial'
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Produced from 1966 to around 1984, the Rolex Submarines 5513 matte dials are one of the most sought-after Submariners nowadays.This sharp-looking piece date back to the year 1970. It is made out of stainless steel, has a case size of 40 millimeters and runs on caliber 1520. The watch comes with it original ‘9315’ stamped bracelet and ‘380’ stamped end links.Underneath the slightly domed plexy glass we’ll find the matte dial which is in pristine condition. We’ll also find the original tritium handset which is beautifully aged just like the tritium plots. Further on, the watch is in overall good condition and comes with its original inner box, outer box, booklets, warranty card an anchor.
REF. 5513The 5513 is the longest-running Submariner reference, having been in production for a whopping 27 years (from 1962-1989). The rare pointed crown guards made their first appearance with this model and were later replaced by the rounded crown guards. The 5513 uses the calibre 1530 movement, which is not chronometer certified, and therefore has a dial that bears 2 lines of text (as opposed to the 4-line chronometer dials on the ref. 5512). Early executions of the 5513 featured the rare ‘meters first dial,’ because the depth rating in meters was printed before the rating in feet (“200m = 660ft). Around 1969, Rolex switched to printing the feet before the meters to satisfy the growing American customer base.
- SKU 4846
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