Vintage Rolex Watch: Print Advertisements Over Time

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Vintage Rolex Watch Advertisements: Jackie Stewart’s Rolex Oyster Day Date. Time for more vintage Rolex watch adverts and, this time, let us check out these print ads for the Rolex Oyster Day Date which features Scottish racing legend Jackie Stewart. Also known as The Flying Scott, Jackie competed in Formula One from 1965 to 1973 and, during this period, he managed to win three World Drivers’ Championships. His accomplishments on the race track earned him many plaudits including being knighted by Queen Elizabeth in 2001.

Muhammad Ali Watch, Boxing Gloves, Sunglasses

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Muhammad Ali Watch, Boxing Gloves, Sunglasses. Vintage watch advertisement featuring the greatest boxer of all time, Muhammad Ali. The watch above appears to have been manufactured by a company called Depraz Faure America Corp. We can’t find anything about this manufacturer but there’s a Swiss watch company called Dubois Dépraz which must have been the parent company for the American branch.

Vintage Watch Advertisements: Batman, Mickey Mouse, Ingersoll

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Vintage Watch Advertisements: Batman, Mickey Mouse, Ingersoll. Wanna go back through time and take a look at what your daddy’s granddaddy wore when it comes to their timepieces? Because we can’t literally return to the past, we recon the best way to do this would be to take a look at the vintage ads from a century ago. Did you know that the stork, aside from bringing babies, also has the double duty of bringing you your Ingersoll watch?

Vintage Rolex Watches: Martin Luther King’s Datejust & Marlon Brando’s GMT Master II

Today in vintage watches, we bring you Martin Luther King and his Rolex Datejust watch. Okay, here’s a pop culture question for you: What do Bryan Williams, Harrison Ford and Martin Luther King have in common? These guys (and gal, in the case of Kim) all wear (wore in the case of MLK) a Rolex Datejust . We kinda feel bad putting the great civil rights leader MLK in a group with girl-with-the-great-behind Kim K, but it’s more interesting this way. Hehe.