Rolex 1951

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    • Rolex 1951Bubbleback
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    • Rolex 1954Gloss Dial
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    • Rolex 1956Rare Dial
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    • Rolex 1951All Red Date
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    • Rolex 1951Honeycomb Dial
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    • Rolex 1951Luminous Hands
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    • Rolex 1953All Red Date
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    • Rolex 1953Honeycomb Dial
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    • Rolex 1955Rare Dial
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    • Rolex 1957Red & Black Date
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    • Rolex 1959Rare Dial
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    • Rolex 1950Semi Bubble Back
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    • Rolex 1950Semi Bubbleback
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    • Rolex 1950Semi Bubbleback
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    • Rolex 1952Semi Bubbleback
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    • Rolex 1953Semi Bubbleback
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    • Rolex 1953Semi Bubbleback
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    • Rolex 1953Semi-Bubbleback
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1951 Rolex Oyster Perpetual ref. 6084 honeycomb dial

This gorgeous Rolex Oyster Perpetual, distinctive by its semi-bubbleback case, is pure elegance. The creamy honeycomb dial shows a beautiful patina and is superbly well preserved. A touch of class is added by the alpha hands and the nice blue second hand. It features its original Super Oyster crown.

Coming on a later rivet oyster band, it the perfect mix of vintage look and understated elegance. Very easy to wear, it is refined enough to compliment a crisp suit, but cool enough to work with any sportier outfit.


ModelOyster Perpetual
Case materielStainless steel



Overall condition is excellent. Dial is in perfect condition and shows a nice patina. Case is thick and in excellent condition. Bracelet is in good condition, with some light stretch. Movement has been serviced and runs great.

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1951 Rolex

1951 Rolex For Sale on 1stDibs

Surely you’ll find the exact 1951 rolex you’re seeking on 1stDibs — we’ve got a vast assortment for sale. Frequently made of 18k Gold, Gold and Rose Gold, this item was constructed with great care. When shopping for a 1951 rolex, you’ll find that there are less available pieces for unisex or women today than there are for men.

How Much is a 1951 Rolex?

On average, a 1951 rolex at 1stDibs sells for $4,850, while they’re typically $2,000 on the low end and $51,000 for the highest priced versions of this item.

Rolex Biography and Important Works

While the rise in popularity of vintage Rolex watches is of no surprise to aficionados, collectors and industry experts, when it comes to contemporary luxury wristwatches, Rolex is also often the first brand that springs to mind. Not only is the company revered for its precision timekeeping and impeccable craftsmanship, but its name was designed to be memorable.

Rolex's enviable worldwide recognition can be credited in part to the genius of company founder Hans Wilsdorf. When the German-born watch dealer and his brother-in-law, Alfred Davis, set up their London enterprise, in 1905, they called it Wilsdorf & Davis, according to the traditional formula.

But Wilsdorf was determined to come up with another name that was short, would look good on a watch dial and was easy to say and remember in several languages. In 1908, he trademarked the name Rolex, and by 1920, he had moved the company to Geneva and redubbed it as Montres Rolex S.A.

But the main reasons for the brand’s success are its aforementioned commitment to precision and unflagging pursuit of innovation. In 1926, the company introduced the aptly named Oyster model. With a screw-down crown and case back, both fitted with rubber gaskets, this was the first truly waterproof watch.

Five years later, Rolex upped the ante with the Oyster Perpetual. That model’s patented Perpetual movement contained a rotor mechanism enabling it to self-wind. In another trendsetting move, in 1945, the brand debuted the Datejust, with a date window prominently displayed on the dial.

The company’s two most iconic models are sports watches. Although the Submariner, which debuted in 1953, was developed as a dive watch, its waterproof case, solid construction and good looks made it a favorite of adventurers and urbanites alike, including James Bond, who wore it in classics like Dr. No and Goldfinger. The Daytona, the racing chronograph made famous by Paul Newman, is especially sought after by collectors. Newman’s personal Daytona, which hit the auction block in 2017, sold for $17.8 million.

Find vintage Rolex watches, bracelets and more on 1stDibs.

Finding the Right Watches for You

Records show that, in Europe, by the 16th century, it was high time for portable clock devices. Right now, perhaps you’re shopping for your own. If so, find a vast range of fashionable and functional antique, new and classic vintage watches on 1stDibs.

While wall-mounted time tellers and grandfather clocks were much more convenient than the sundials of ancient history, watches were becoming crucial for an increasingly connected society whose members learned that the latest advancements in technology meant they could carry devices that kept time to within a minute a day. Tragically, the first pocket watches — albeit an improvement on the accessories that preceded them, which dangled from a chain worn around the neck — didn’t help much as far as accuracy or portability. Focused on style over substance, the upper class frequently carried lavish pieces that ran hours behind. 

Eventually, watches migrated from owners’ pockets to their wrists. In the early days of watchmaking, watches were fragile enough that they necessitated protection from the elements. Now, watches made of gold and steel can withstand the harshest climates — even 100 meters underwater, in the case of Rolex’s Submariner. 

Indeed, although exceedingly practical, the watches of today are far from bland. Bvlgari’s iconic Serpenti watch was on everyone’s list after the collection’s bold bracelet, which technically debuted after the timepiece, graced the wrist of actress Elizabeth Taylor. If anything, elaborately crafted timepieces — the unmistakably boxy silhouette of Cartier Tank watches, the elegant and minimal Calatrava designed by legendary Swiss house Patek Philippe — are even more effective than the shape we associate with traditional watches. You’ll always know what time it is because you won’t be able to tear your eyes away from your new accessory. 

Form watches — the all-encompassing moniker bestowed upon non-round watches — are making headlines and completing contemporary fashionable ensembles the world over. At the same time, both casual fans and careful collectors are drawn to the unbeatable charm of vintage styles, such as the icons designed by Omega that even James Bond can’t resist. 

When shopping for a watch, it’s good to keep your needs as well as your specific personal style in mind: A smaller, subtle timepiece is a good fit for small wrists. When will you be wearing your new accessory? There’s a versatile model out there for everyday wear, while a rugged, feature-heavy watch is a safe bet if you’re prone to embarking on all-weather activities in the great outdoors. 

Find exactly what you’re looking for in an unparalleled collection of antique, new and vintage watches on 1stDibs — we promise it will be worth your time.

Rolex Oyster Perpetual-Ref. 6564 1950's Vintage beauty

Rolex Oyster Perpetual ref 6018 Bombé 14K YG circa 1951

Stunning and early Rolex 14K YG Oyster Perpetual Bombé ref # 6018 circa 1951. Featuring a 35mm diameter case with beautiful original antique matte silver waffle dial with applied gold tapered indexes and tapered dauphine hands. Powered by early Rolex calibre 645 self winding movement with sweep seconds and with  “Super Oyster” crown.

The dial on this watch is an original finish, not restored and not relumed waffle texture dial. The dial is signed SWISS and features the original and well preserved luminous dots, now turned a beautifully patina’d and aged color. The dial is an especially nice, original and unretouched example.

There were many different reference # models that used the stylish bowed and turned lug bombé case design, name after the bowed front chests popular in vintage Chinese furniture design. The current example is particularly early in that it uses the Super Oyster crown and the bubbleback era caliber 645 movement., and the early waffle dial. A great looking and extremely popular vintage model on your choice of fine leather or exotic skin strap

Recently serviced and detailed by one of our veteran watchmakers and offered with our 1 year warrantee of accurate time keeping and operation. Offered on your choice of fine leather or exotic skin strap. Your purchase includes our popular Italian leather watch pouch, ideal for travel or storage, and a $55.00 value.

Note: The super Oyster crown was an experiment by Rolex to produce a water resistant crown that did not require the threaded tube design requiring screwing and unscrewing of the crown in order to set or manually wind the watch. It turned out that the crowns were not as waterproof as the screw down version, so Rolex reverted to the screw down crowns around 1952. Since these watches are no longer water resistant, the Super Oyster crown is actually more convenient to use.

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1951 rolex

Rolex Oyster Perpetual 18K, Bubble Back, Thunderbird Bezel 1951 – Sorry, Now Sold!


In spectacular condition, here we have a 1951 Rolex Oyster Perpetual in 18ct solid yellow gold with a semi-Bubble Back and Rolex Thunderbird bezel. Known by Rolex as model 6085 it carries the Cal.645 chronometer grade movement (highly accurate and reliable) and a Super Oyster crown. The Super-Oyster crown and was only manufactured for between 3 and 4yrs and is therefore quite rare. Add with the semi-Bubble-Back case accommodating the early automatic movement we have here a very desirable and collectable wristwatch!

The Dial

The dial is the original Rolex matt black dial, which has been restored to the very highest standards. And the gold spearhead indices look wonderful in relief against the matt black, in low light. A this is something we have tried to capture in the photographs, although it really does look much better in real-life.

The original, restored gold ‘Dauphine’ hands and gold needle seconds hand are all in excellent condition. In addition to the ‘Rolex Crown’ at 12 0’clock, the dial is simply signed Rolex, Oyster-Perpetual and ‘Officially Certified Chronometer’ with Swiss at the very bottom of the dial. The lens which is clear with no scratches marks or damage.

The Movement

This is the original. high grade “Officially Certified Chronometer” 19 Jewels, 645 calibre movement which is known for being particularly accurate, reliable and strong. It is in superb condition and is working perfectly following a thorough overhaul and service by our Master Watchmaker. It is marked ROLEX PERPETUAL and SWISS MADE. The movement has been time checked and calibrated and is running strongly and accurately. It is now ready for many more years of reliable service. The movement carries twelve months warranty* Please note the ‘2 Rubies’ marked on the rotor apply to the rotor only.

*12 months warranty os only applicable if the ‘Buy It Now’ price is paid.

The Case

The original Swiss hallmarked 18K solid yellow gold case, measures 34mm in diameter without the crown and is in outstanding condition! The highly desirable Thunderbird bezel has no scratches or dings and has great definition which indicates the watch has be very well cared for. The rest of the case, the sides, lugs and case back are all in superb condition. The semi-Bubble Back in particular is in beautiful condition and it has never been engraved or damaged.

The Bubble-Back is so called due to the bulbous round back needed to accommodate the early automatic movement and rotor which was a little too large for a standard flat back case when first introduced. This case-back has slighter bubble and so is often referred to as a semi-bubble back.

The watch case has been professionally cleaned and lightly polished and is looking superb! Inside the case back are two Swiss 18ct hallmarks and 0.750-18K. Also the beautifully ornate early Rolex emblem and signature along with ROLEX PATENTED 6085.

The case is a large size 34mm in diameter not including the original Rolex Super Oyster Crown (see ref above).

Box and Papers

Although there are no original papers with this watch, the numbers and markings on the movement, case and case-back are all correct, dating this watch to 1951. And so a detailed written description and receipt, with a 12 months warranty* and a separate insurance valuation (for the replacement value in the event of loss) will be provided at the time of sale. We also provide a lifetime authenticity guarantee. (please see our FAQs).

The Rolex presentation box shown in the photographs is included in the sale.

*Note 12 months warranty is only applicable if the listed price is paid.

In Conclusion

This is a superb example of the gent’s early 1950’s vintage 18ct gold Rolex, in immaculate condition. It is sufficiently different from the norm to be distinctive, still classic, and completely practical and completely practical for everyday use. And if treated with care, it will make an excellent investment and heirloom piece, particularly if it remains in top condition.

– Even though vintage Rolex prices have risen recently, we still feel good examples such as this are undervalued and still have a long way to go. As each year goes by the global market for vintage gold Rolex watches is expanding rapidly with a consequent effect on prices.

And so in summary this is a highly collectable vintage gold watch from horology’s most famous name, which will provide an excellent reliability, a sound financial investment as well as something to treasure and enjoy!

We will be happy to accept Paypal as this is the quickest and simplest method of payment. However if you would like to pay by UK cheque or by bank transfer we will be very pleased to assist you with this and pass on a 3% saving to you.

If you have any questions please call 020 7727 7095 or 07515 949 250. Or +44 7515949250 if calling from overseas.

We are able to accept part exchanges of similar watches.

Please take a look at our other Vintage Gold Watches!

And thank you very much, for reading this far!

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