- Nov 25, 2017
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That's an argument to hold on to the crap we have today, because who knows when it might be worth something?Rolex prices began taking off in the mid 70s.
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Their cache from the 70s onward is not the same as the 60s and before.
As @RSS Alluded to earlier, arguing against Rolex Fandom is almost pointless.
To me, Rolexs are a signifier I don't care for. To me they strike me more as a....LV purse circa 2008.
I think there are many appreciable stories regarding them. I recently heard @dieworkwear tell his, and I think its great.
But in the early 60s when Dr No came out, they were nothing like they were today.