- A. Lange & Söhne1
- Audemars Piguet2
- F.P. Journe1
- Franck Muller0
- Jacques Monnat1
- Jaeger Le Coultre5
- Patek Philippe6
- Record Genéve1
- Universal Genève4
- Vacheron Constantin6
Reference 6234 was first introduced in 1955 and was also the first Rolex Chronograph to have the now iconic Oyster case.
It can be considered a “transitional model” between the ‘50s Chronographs, along with the “pre Daytona” reference 6238, and the 60’s Daytonas, which have now become some of the most iconic and sought after references. Since the launch of this model, several dial combinations have been created in addition to the classic.
This example retains all its sizes and case finishing and features a double-scale dial with black outer tachometer and blue inner telemetry.
The overall condition of the dial is impressive: all graphics are sharp and clear and a light creamy patina has developed over time, turning this specimen into a unique and desirable watch.
The manual winding cal.72 is running smoothly and is stamped ROW on the bridge.
The watch comes with its original riveted bracelet with 57 end links.
Case: 36mm stainless steel
Case back: Screw-down stainless steel case back with Rolex and ref. engraved on inner side
Bezel: Stainless steel
Bracelet: Original and matching stainless steel riveted bracelet and 57 endlinks
Dial: Original radium dial with double-coloured tachometer and telemetry scale
Hands: Original Rolex dauphine hands
Movement: Cal.72, 17 jewels, ROW
Documents: The Watchboutique warranty certificate
Please leave your details below and we will contact you shortly after we receive your message. Thank you.