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Rolex Cosmograph Daytona "24 Hours Daytona Winner 2014"

REF. 116520

This watch is the reason why every year, nearly 100 drivers race and risk there lives at Daytona International Speedway. Presented to team principals and drivers of the winning teams, this watch represents the essence of Rolex and what the brand stains for. A truly rare and coveted piece worthy of any collection, complete with all boxes papers and documentation. The special presentation box has an extremely large Rolex logo which would be visible in even low resolution photographs.

Case

Case shows signs of very light wear. It has been worn maybe 2-3 times maximum.

Dial

Original luminova black dial in excellent condition.

Bracelet

Comes on a solid link oyster bracelet with polished centerlinks. There are 12 links on the band and there are only superficial scratches on the surface.

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  • Item ID

    TA709

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The Horological Minute
feat. Peter Goodwin
Peter is a real guy's guy. A passionate and serious collector of cars and watches, I'm sure he's got something in his collection that you'd be envious of, wether its that 300SL convertible in the garage, or that perfect 5513 Explorer dial sub on his wrist. His taste in watches run the spectrum of Rolex's usual suspects, but with a particular emphasis on the rare. From military Submariners to vintage Panerai, early chronographs to Explorer dial Subs, you name it, he has it. While not collecting cars or watches, Peter occasionally works and can be found skiing down some of the finest mountains around the world. He is a good friend, and we're happy to have him as this week's Horological Minute.
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