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 Ref. 5513 "Gilt Underline Swiss only PCG"

REF. 5513

One of the very earliest 5513s, this watch features pointed crownguards and a distinctive Swiss only dial with an underline. With a nice and even patina, this is a charming early Sub to be added to any collection.

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Rolex Sea-Dweller Ref. 1665 "Rail Dial"

REF. 1665

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REF. 5513

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REF. 1655

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The Horological Minute
feat. Joshua Ganjei
This week we bring to you an interview with Joshua Ganjei, a second generation watch dealer based in Boston, MA. Joshua got his start in the business early, causing trouble at the European Watch Company store at a very young age. Eight years ago, he officially joined the family business. The European Watch Company has been a fixture on Newbury Street in Boston for over 25 years, and was started by Joshua's father Albert. In the store they carry a fine selection of both new and vintage watches. Joshua's real passion lay with vintage watches, as he as worked hard to expand their business in that area with his knowledge of various different brands, not just Rolex. A genuine vintage enthusiast, we're proud to have Joshua as this week's Horological Minute.
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