Rado Golden Castle Vintage Watch Ultra Rare 1970s 38mm Men 603.7996.2 Automatic
This watch is a rare and stunning example of Rado's innovation and design in the 1970s. Rado is a Swiss watch brand that was founded in 1917 under the name Schlup & Co. By brothers Fritz, Ernst and Werner Schlup in their parents' home in Lengnau, Switzerland1. This watch belongs to the Golden Castle series, which was one of the sub-brands used by Rado in the 1970s. The Golden Castle series featured elegant and sophisticated designs with high-quality movements and features.
This watch has a gold-plated stainless steel case with a diameter of 38mm, which is a large and impressive size for a vintage watch. The case has a smooth bezel and a screw-down case back with the Rado logo. The dial is gold with applied gold indices and hands, and a date window at 6 o'clock. The dial is marked with the Rado name and logo, as well as the word "Golden Castle". The movement is an automatic caliber with 17 jewels.
The movement is signed with the Rado name and logo. The watch comes with a brown leather strap with a gold buckle.This watch is in very good condition for its age, with only minor signs of wear. The case, dial, and movement are all original and authentic. This watch is a rare and collectible piece that will attract any vintage watch collector. It is also a great way to own a piece of Swiss watchmaking history, as Rado is one of the most innovative and prestigious brands in the industry.