Rolex 17013 Oyster Quartz Champagne Dial SS/18K Yellow Gold (24858)
24858 Rolex Datejust Oyster Quartz 17013, stainless steel and 18k yellow gold on a stainless steel and 18k yellow gold bracelet, fluted bezel, champagne dial with applied stick numerals, quartz movement, date at 3 o clock, sweep seconds hand, sapphire crystal, water resistant, size 35.5mm, thickness 13.5mm, L Series (1989) Excellent condition with original box, and tags.$3,700
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This is a stainless steel and yellow gold Rolex Datejust OysterQuartz 17013. It has an integral Rolex stainless steel and yellow gold bracelet with a double deployment clasp, and a scratch resistant sapphire crystal. There is a screw-down solid case back, and a screwed down Twinlock winding crown. The 35.5mm solid three-body case, integral hooded lugs, bracelet, and angled bezel are polished/brushed. The dial is champagne with applied faceted yellow gold baton hour index markers and luminous dot hour indices around a perimeter minute/seconds scale. It has steel baton hands with luminous inserts, and a center sweep seconds hand. There is a date aperture window at 3 o'clock underneath a Cyclops magnification bubble in the crystal. It's water resistant, and the 13.5mm thick case, dial, and movement are all signed. The quartz automatic Rolex caliber 5035 OysterQuartz movement is rhodium plated. It's constructed with 11 jewels, it's adjusted to temperature with analog thermocompensation, and it has a 32 khz oscillator.
This Rolex Datejust OysterQuartz 17000 was introduced in 1977. It required five years of engineering, development, and testing, and was the company's first completely in-house quartz movement. It ended its nearly 25-year run in 2001, and it remains one of the rarest regular production Rolex watches.