12 November 2007
Rolex. A fine and rare 18K white gold, diamond and sapphire-set self-winding water-resistant chronograph wristwatch
Signed Rolex, Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona model, ref. 116599, case no. K593273, manufactured in 2007
Cal. 4130 nickel-finished lever movement, 44 jewels, the pavé-set diamond dial with blue Roman numerals, three subsidiary dials indicating constant seconds, 30 minutes and 12 hours registers, in tonneau-shaped water-resistant-type case with sapphire-set bezel, diamond-set graduated hooded lugs, screw back and screw down crown, two screw down chronograph buttons in the band, 18K white gold Rolex fliplock deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
39 mm. diam.
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Accompanied by Rolex Attestation de Chronomètre Officiel dated 20 February 2007, brochure, original fitted presentation box and outer packaging.
Prospective buyers should be aware that the importation of Rolex watches into the United States is highly restricted. Rolex watches may not be shipped into the USA and can only be imported personally. Generally a buyer may import only one watch into the USA. For further information please contact our specialists in charge of the sale. Please note other countries may have comparable import restrictions for luxury watches.
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