Reference 4100 is the first intermediate size Royal Oak manufactured clocking in at 35mm diameter.
This watch is #62 produced of this reference (the engraving on the case back is not so visible in the pictures but it’s there!). The retail price of it in the early 80s was a whopping $3250 (I own catalogs and price lists for my favorite watch ever).
This specific timepiece is incredibly sharp and crisp and really attractive.
The case has it’s original sharp edges and strong angles combined with prominent original satin finish. Some signs of wear here and there but damn the watch is crisp!
The original black/anthracite dial is in good conditions with minor expected aging. Overall the dial is uniform and very pleasing. The hand set is in top conditions.
The bracelet is hard and erect, like new. The watch will fit a 6 1/4 wrist (more links can be ordered at your expense). The clasp is in top conditions.
The automatic movement is running strong with no issues. I do not have service history for it.
All in all an extremely attractive specimen of the “compact” Royal Oak, not to be missed as prices are on the strongly on the rise.
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