Easy to miss and rarer than a Paul Newman. We all know that black dials are rarer, but did you notice how the Daytona signature on this 1966 example seems to be a very gentle powder blue colour? What about the distinctive angle of the 1st "A" in Daytona? Very few 6239 Cosmographs left the factory with these dials and whilst it is certainly a stealthy rarity for now, as more and more people are drilling down into the details of the early Daytonas, we expect to see these rare examples appreciate in value dramatically over the coming years. In outstanding condition, powered by the manually-wound chronograph calibre 722-1 movement, and fitted with the original domed plexiglass and early riveted Oyster bracelet (stamped 1966).
Stock No. 10734
Material: Stainless Steel
Movement: Manual Wind Rolex chronograph 722-1
Box: Watch Club Box
Papers: Two Year Watch Club Warranty
Strap: Stainless Steel
Our price: SOLD
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