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.

$26,500

Rolex Ref. 1675 GMT-Master "Gilt Chapter Ring"

REF. 1675

A really "WOW" example of the early 1675 Chapter Ring GMT-Master. With some reluctance, we are offering up this amazing specimen. Ticking all the boxes, this watch features a beautifully aged bezel, killer gilt glossy dial, and curves and edges that would make a Jaguar E-Type jealous. This is one not to be missed!

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$8,500

Rolex Tudor Submariner Ref. 7928 "Gilt Chapter Ring Pointed Guard"

REF. 7928

Boom! We haven't had a really nice example of a Tudor 7928 in quite some time, but we're really please to be able to officer this specimen. Made in 1960, this is one of the earliest PCG 7928s that we've seen. For the Tudor or Submariner aficionado, this one is a can't miss!

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$27,500

Rolex Submariner Ref. 5512 "Gilt Four-Line Dial"

REF. 5512

Another stunning top quality gilt dial Submariner brought to you by 10 Past Ten! This remarkable four line 5512 features a deep glossy dial and an amazing case that has gently aged but sharp edges and chamfers. One of the best examples of this variant that we've ever seen. Truly a magnificent example.

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$6,300

Rolex Submariner Ref. 1680

REF. 1680

Not overly fancy, the date Submariner is perhaps the most recognizable of all Rolex models. A simple and timeless classic, this particular example features a beautiful dial with little patina, and matching equally white colored tritium hands. Watch comes with old service papers from Rolex Japan.

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The Horological Minute
feat. John Field
Many of you know him as Beaumont Miller II on the various forums, but his real name is John Field. An anesthesiologist by trade, John is a passionate collector of vintage Rolexes, particularly Submariners. He turned his passion and enthusiasm for them into the website 5513mattedial.com, which has become an invaluable resource for collectors worldwide. We're happy to have him as this week's Horological Minute.
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