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I have for sale an early example of Rolex Daytona, Ref. 6239 (circa 1964; 1.0m serial), with a lovely “panda” dial (white with black registers).�
This is the ones with a “-T Swiss T-” at the bottom, which was only used on early Daytonas.
The dial is in beautiful condition, with very light wear, the original tritium lume is still present on both dial and hands.
The watch comes with a Rolex American C&I Stretch Rivet bracelet, The bracelet has 12 full links and no stretch.
No box or papers but comes with a receipt of authenticity made on it, all parts are original.
What more can I say?
I’m only asking $46,000 net to me for this unique watch.
I have made sales in the past and have refs to provide I advise if you ask for some you should have as well.
Thank you all,