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Old 10 June 2021, 05:56 AM   #1
aapkb
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Rolex Precision Movement ref 4062

Hello

Does Rolex Precision movements HAVE to have
the "PRECISION" written on it?

I found this one and im in doubt.

ref 4061
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Old 11 June 2021, 02:17 PM   #2
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Dial is refinished. Movement is fine. Calibre 710. 10.5 Hunter. 17 jewel. Non Shock Resistant. No adjustments noted.
Post 1940 app.

Shock was kind of a running change showing up as early as 1945. You still see non shock movements up into the late 40s for sure.
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