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Rolex Centenario Coin Watch ref.3612 1/10 from 1971

Rolex Centenario Coin Watch ref.3612 1/10 from 1971

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In 1921 Mexico created the Centenario coin, often known as the "Centenario de Oro" in Spanish, is a significant Mexican gold coin that was first minted in 1921 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Treaty of Cordoba, the treaty was an agreement signed on August 24, 1821, that officially ended the Mexican War of Independence. It was a simple and important document that recognized Mexico as an independent nation, separate from Spanish colonial rule. This treaty was signed by Agustín de Iturbide, a Mexican royalist who switched sides to support Mexican independence, and Juan O'Donojú, the last Spanish colonial ruler in Mexico. The Treaty of Córdoba paved the way for Mexico to establish itself as a sovereign country, although it would face challenges and conflicts in the years that followed. In 1971 Rolex made a limited edition of 10 watches to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Centenario and the 150th anniversary of the Treaty.

Brand: Rolex
Model: Coin Watch
Year of manufacture: 1971
Serial number: W0445xx.  0x/10
Material: 18k gold and 22k gold
Dimensions: 39mm thickness 5mm
Reference number: 3612
Type of movement:Hand Wound
Bracelet size: 21mm
Bracelet: Original rolex alligator strap and 18k buckle
Box/Papers: No.


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