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Rolex Nickel Sporting Prince Chronometer Travel Clock
By Rolex
Located in London, GB
A Nickel Sporting Prince Chronometer Travel Clock 1561, silvered dial with index batons and arabic numbers at 3, 6, 9 and 12 0'clock, blue steel hands, small seconds sub dial, a brus...
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Vintage 1930s Pocket Watches

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Other

Rolex Nickel Sporting Prince Chronometer Vintage Travel Clock 1561
By Rolex
Located in London, GB
A Nickel Sporting Prince Chronometer Travel Clock 1561, silvered dial with index batons and arabic numbers at 3, 6, 9 and 12 0'clock, blue steel hands, small seconds sub dial, a brus...
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Vintage 1930s Pocket Watches

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Other

ROLEX Vintage Wall Clock
By Rolex
Located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
ROLEX Vintage Wall Clock measuring 10 inches in diameter.<br /> circa 1960
ROLEX 1970s Quartz Desk Clock
By Rolex
Located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
The ideal accessory for the Rolex enthusiast in your life! Measuring 4.75 inches in diameter, this handsome and very heavy clock will make a substantial addition to your collection o...
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Vintage 1970s More Jewelry

Rolex Wall Clock circa 1980s
By Rolex
Located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
Made of a composite foam, this wall clock is a neat piece of Rolex memorabilia and would be the best gift for the Rolex enthusiast in your life. Measures 18 inches in diameter. This ...
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Vintage 1980s Pocket Watches

ROLEX 1960s Plug-In Wall Clock
By Rolex
Located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
Mid-century cool- The "must-have" accessory for the vintage Rolex enthusiast in your life. 10 inches in diameter, plug in cord attached to the back, all original and in excellent con...
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20th Century Wrist Watches

Rolex Metal Wall Clock circa 1960s
By Rolex
Located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
Mid-century cool, the must-have accessory for the vintage Rolex enthusiast in your life. 10 inches in diameter, plug in converted to battery and in excellent condition. Metal frame.
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Vintage 1960s Pocket Watches

ROLEX 1970's Quartz Large Desk Clock
By Rolex
Located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
The ideal accessory for the Rolex enthusiast in your life! Measuring 4.75 inches in diameter, this handsome and very heavy clock will make a substantial addition to your collection o...
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Vintage 1970s Desk Accessories

Rolex Sabot or Hoof Dealer Display Clock
By Rolex
Located in Dallas, TX
Rolex Sabot or Hoof Dealer Display Clock - Finest example we have ever seen; Electro- mechanical Rolex movement (Battery winds a small mainspring periodically to build up the power r...
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20th Century Desk Accessories

ROLEX Lady's Stylized 1950s Clock 'Lock & Key' Watch
By Rolex
Located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
Vintage charm abounds... A truly unique twist on a classic charm bracelet, with an asymmetrical lantern shaped manual wind watch suspended from a chain of oval rose gold links. Craft...
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Vintage 1950s Wrist Watches

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18k Gold

Rolex "Time To The Second" Quartz Desk Clock
By Rolex
Located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
The ultimate gift to bestow upon your favorite Rolex collector, this is an exceptionally cool object that will please your eyes every time they glance in its direction. The clock is ...
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Vintage 1980s Wrist Watches

Rolex Art Deco Metal Travel Clock circa 1920s
By Rolex
Located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
Fantastic manual-wind circa 1920s Art Deco Rolex metal travel clock. This ingenious design folds open and closed and would make the ideal gift for the Rolex enthusiast. The clock ret...
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Early 20th Century Art Deco Pocket Watches

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Base Metal

ROLEX Lady's Stylized 1950s Clock 'Lock & Key' Watch
By Rolex
Located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
Vintage charm abounds... A truly unique twist on a classic charm bracelet, with an asymmetrical lantern shaped manual wind watch suspended from a chain of oval rose gold links. Craft...
Rolex Lady's Yellow Gold Stylized Clock 'Lock & Key' Watch
By Rolex
Located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
Vintage charm abounds... A truly unique twist on a classic charm bracelet, with an asymmetrical lantern shaped manual wind watch suspended from a chain of oval yellow gold links. Cra...
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Vintage 1950s Wrist Watches

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18k Gold

ROLEX Extremely Rare Rose Gold Travel Clock Retailed by Bucherer
By Rolex
Located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
Darling mini Rolex travel/desk clock which folds into a neat little package, concealing the clock inside. Simply give the bale a gentle tug and the watch pulls out and folds back...
Rolex-Licensed Pan Am Extra-Large Wall Clock circa 1960
Located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
Rolex Pan Am plug–in wall clock from circa 1960 which previously hung in Pan Am's headquarters in NYC. Rolex and Pan Am had a special relationship, as Rolex developed the GMT for Pan...
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Vintage 1960s More Objets d'Art and Vertu

1980s Rolex yellow gold Bezel Wall Clock
By Rolex
Located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
An assertively sized 14 inch diameter Rolex wall clock, operated by batteries and made of foam core. The golden bezel is fluted, just like that of your favorite Datejust. Treat yours...
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Vintage 1980s More Jewelry

Rolex Clock For Sale on 1stDibs

Surely you’ll find the exact rolex clock you’re seeking on 1stDibs — we’ve got a vast assortment for sale. Every item for sale was constructed with extraordinary care, often using 18k Gold, Gold and Other. If you’re browsing our inventory for a rolex clock, you’ll find that many are available today for women, but there are still pieces to choose from for unisex and men.

How Much is a Rolex Clock?

On average, a rolex clock at 1stDibs sells for $8,150, while they’re typically $3,500 on the low end and $29,600 for the highest priced versions of this item.

rolex Biography and Important Works

Ask anyone, anywhere, to name a luxury watch brand, and the answer will probably be “Rolex.” This 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 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 and contemporary 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.