Every Rolex watch comes with a serial number. And, the serial numbers can help to find out an estimated age of a Rolex watch.
However, the serial number is a significant way to determine the approximate value of your Rolex watch and also, to verify its authenticity.
The serial number on older Rolex watches is typically carved in the middle of lugs on the watch body. You have to remove the bracelet to figure out the serial number of your Rolex timepiece.
On the contrary, the serial number is engraved at the 6 o’clock position on modern Rolex watches. You can find the number inscribed on the watch’s inner bezel at the 6 o’clock position beneath the crystal.
To know more, read on this guide: A Comprehensive Guide to Rolex Serial Numbers
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