Passion. Dedication. Expertise. These are all attributes that describe the team behind 10pastTEN. Born out of a love for vintage watches, this site is the culmination of years of hard work, aiming to bring to you the very best selection of vintage Rolex timepieces available anywhere. Whether it’s your first Submariner that you aim to acquire, or perhaps a rare Oyster Paul Newman Daytona, we can help you realize your dream watch.


Rolex Explorer I Fat Lume "Box and Papers"

REF. 1016

Nice full set example of an early matte-dial 1016 Explorer. Complete with punched guarantee papers, timing certificate, Explorer I box topper, as well as an old service invoice. Watch has been recently detailed and serviced.

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Rolex GMT-Master 1675 "Box and Papers and more"

REF. 1675

$133!! What does that buy you these days? Not much, but in 1969, it bought this beautiful GMT. With amazing patina and faded insert, this is one of the nicest matte 1675s we've had in a while. Comes with original inner box, double punched papers, original price tag with s/n on back, caseback sticker, and more!

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Rolex Submariner "Gilt Dial Two Line" Pointed Guard

REF. 5512

Nice early Submariners have been exceedingly difficult to find in nice condition, so we are proud to feature this gorgeous pointed guard 5512. This watch has a super glossy and richly aged dial and razor sharp bezel. With just the right amount of patina, this is an amazing example for the serious Submariner collector.

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Rolex Red Submariner Feet First "Box and Papers"

REF. 1680

A very pretty example of a full set Red Submariner. A real looker, this watch features a beautiful dial and sharp case. First sold in 1974, this watch comes with inner and outer box, cigarette card, double punched papers, and service guarantee papers from Rolex UK.

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The Horological Minute
feat. Joshua Ganjei
This week we bring to you an interview with Joshua Ganjei, a second generation watch dealer based in Boston, MA. Joshua got his start in the business early, causing trouble at the European Watch Company store at a very young age. Eight years ago, he officially joined the family business. The European Watch Company has been a fixture on Newbury Street in Boston for over 25 years, and was started by Joshua's father Albert. In the store they carry a fine selection of both new and vintage watches. Joshua's real passion lay with vintage watches, as he as worked hard to expand their business in that area with his knowledge of various different brands, not just Rolex. A genuine vintage enthusiast, we're proud to have Joshua as this week's Horological Minute.
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