With Rolex period blank Guarantee, green 6262 sticker, Cosmograph brochure, second bezel and presentation box.
The present reference 6262 Cosmograph Daytona "Paul Newman" is distinguished by its very good, original overall condition.
In production for a very short time between the end of the 1960s and the beginning of the 1970s, reference 6262 is one of the rarest manually wound Daytona references. It was available in stainless steel, 14K and 18K gold, the dials either standard two-tone or the Paul Newman version. reference 6262 is defined by its metal bezel, pump chronograph buttons (as opposed to the screw down version of its sister reference 6265) and the celebrated calibre 727, final evolution of this family of movements: Rolex will exchange the manually wound calibre with an automatic version in the late 1980s.
Reference 6262 is illustrated and described in Rolex Daytona - a legend is born by Carlo Pergola, Stefano Mazzariol, Giovanni Dosso, pp. 110-130.