Rolex Daytona Green Dial
The famous, very famous Green dial Rolex Daytona, ever since John Mayer talked about this watch on Hodinkee's YouTube channel the waiting lists have been growing like mad. An absolute future icon of a watch and we're very proud being able to offer you this rare Rolex Daytona.
This watch features a 40mm Solid 18ct gold case, a sunburst green dial and is attached to the famous 18ct gold oyster bracelet.
This watch was originally sold within the UK in 2019 and comes as a full set with everything included.
Rolex started making chronographs in the 1930s, but it was only in 1963 that a named product line was introduced: the Cosmograph. In some early advertisements, Rolex referred to the watch as the ‘Le Mans’ after the famous race track in France, although the name never appeared on the dial. After a few years, the line was officially renamed Cosmograph Daytona, after the racetrack in Florida. The most noticeable difference between these Cosmograph (Daytona) models and earlier Rolex chronographs, was the tachymeter scale (used for measuring distance and speed) that was moved from its traditional placement on the dial to the bezel. Furthermore, the dial was updated with the introduction of contrasting sub-dials. It’s hard to imagine now, but Daytonas received little love after their release. Most Daytonas languished in dealer displays for years and were only started to get noticed by Italian collectors and dealers in the late 1980s. Nowadays, Daytonas are among the most sought after Rolex models, fetching prices from $15,000 for modern ones to many millions for rare vintage references. A big contrast with the $210 list price when it was first released!
|Material (Case)||18ct Yellow Gold|
|Bracelet||18ct Yellow Gold|