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    Circa 1989 Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder's Last Rolex Watch from The Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder Collection. Arguably, the most iconic sports handicapper of all time, Jimmy The Greek's most famed early-career sports moment came when he handicapped Super Bowl III by making the eventual champion Jets as a 17-point underdog. Of course, Joe Namath and his famed guarantee had others ideas.

    Post-dating Super Bowl III by about 20 years, this Rolex two-tone Oyster Perpetual Datejust watch was The Greek's last ever from the luxury timepiece manufacturer. Exhibiting moderate wear throughout, it is still in working order, while the case number is L 767910. Whether it should be considered his lucky or unlucky watch, one thing is sure, no Vegas legend should ever be without a flashy Rolex. Letter of provenance from Anthony Snyder.


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    August, 2020
    29th-30th Saturday-Sunday
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