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Chronograph “Pre Daytona”
The predecessor to the Daytona, the ref. 6238 aka “Pre-Daytona” was shortly produced by Rolex from 1962 to 1969, in what’s believed to be under 2500 pieces. Due to its scarcity and historical relevance, the “Pre-Daytona” is highly sought-after by collectors.
This example dates to 1963 and features the beautiful first series Dauphine hands. The dial is in flawless conditions, with a charming cream tone and the correct “Swiss” print.
The case, the pump pushers and the bracelet are in excellent conditions.
Inside, the mythical manual chronographic Caliber 72B is in perfect running state.
The perfect reference to complete every chronograph collection, this example is surely the one to go for.
Case: 37mm stainless steel
Dial: First series “Swiss” dial
Hands: Dauphine hands
Movement: Manual, cal. 72B, 17 jewels
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