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


Original luminova black dial in excellent condition.


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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Rolex Submariner "Tulip Crown" 2-Line Gilt Chapter Ring Dial

REF. 5512

An excellent example of an early 5512, this particular watch is characterized by its irregular shaped coronet, hence its name. Made for a very short period of time, this watch has a truly impressive look with its greenish lume and faded bezel. This particular example has a beautiful dial that is very glossy and has very little surface wear.

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The Horological Minute
feat. Sam Hines
This week, we sit down with Sam Hines, the newly appointed International Head of Watches for Phillips auction house. Sam started his career in the watch world working at the Henry Stern Agency in New York, and since then has parlayed his love for watches into various executive positions in the auction world. Based in Hong Kong, Sam has advised some of the top watch collectors in the world with buying and selling some of the best examples of both Rolex and Patek Philippe watches ever made. A great friend of TPT since the beginning, we're proud to feature our good friend on this week's Horological Minute.
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