Rolex. A Fine and Rare Stainless Steel Chronograph Wristwatch with Bracelet
Rolex. A Fine and Rare Stainless Steel Chronograph Wristwatch with Bracelet

SIGNED ROLEX, RETAILED BY TIFFANY & CO., REF. 6265, CASE NO. 3'048'113, CIRCA 1973

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Rolex. A Fine and Rare Stainless Steel Chronograph Wristwatch with Bracelet
Signed Rolex, Retailed by Tiffany & Co., Ref. 6265, Case No. 3'048'113, Circa 1973
Movement: Manual, Cal. 727, 17 jewels
Dial: Silvered, baton numerals with luminous accents, three black subsidiary dials
Case: Stainless steel, screw back, two screw down buttons in the band, inside case back stamped 6262, 37mm diam.
Bracelet/Clasp: Rolex Oyster bracelet and deployant clasp, stamped 75, overall approximate length 7 inches
Accompanied By: An extra Rolex Oyster bracelet, a Rolex service warranty dated July 22, 1993, a Tiffany & Co. presentation box, a Rolex service presentation box and a Rolex polishing cloth

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Lot Essay

The panorama of manually-wound Rolex Daytona Chronographs encompasses 7 different models, plus two bejeweled models produced in extremely small numbers. Among the non-bejeweled timepieces, only three models truly qualify as Oyster case (indeed, while these three models bear the Oyster designation on the dial, the others do not). A true Oyster case is defined by the screw back, screw down crown and screw down chronograph pushers that ensure increased water resistance. Reference 6265 is one of these highly sought-after models. Together with its sister reference 6263 (the difference being the black-insert bezel rather than the metal one), reference 6265 is the final evolution of the manually wound Daytona. It is distinguished, beyond its metal insert and screw down pushers, by the caliber 727 (evolved from caliber 722-1).

The present watch impresses due to its pristine condition. The dial is wonderfully preserved with black registers that are beginning to turn a dark shade of brown, a feature for vintage Daytonas that is highly sought after. In addition, the luminous dots which accent the baton numerals have aged well and evenly throughout. Furthermore, the dial prominently features the renowned retailers signature, Tiffany & Co. The case is full and well proportioned, offered with its original bracelet this watch ticks all the boxes for collectors of vintage Rolex.

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