Rolex Day-Date Ref. 1803 White Gold Wideboy
The Day-Date “Presidential” watch was (and arguably still is) one of the most glamorous watches you could buy when it was launched in 1956. It was only produced in precious metal and has been worn by anyone who's anyone throughout the 20th century, all the way up to today. This example happens to be one of the nicest examples i’ve seen in a very long time. Firstly it is produced in white gold, which happens to be ultra rare in these early models and not only is the white gold case beautiful, but it is incredibly well preserved and sharp. Accompanying this gorgeous case is the iconic Presidential bracelet that is also produced in white gold, it is in exceptional condition with very minimal stretch and is part of a extremely rare family of Japanese designed bracelets and is maybe even rarer than the watch itself. Although the case and bracelet are amazing, the dial is just as incredible. Its silver sunburst surface is immaculate and the hands and markers happen to be apart of the extremely coveted “Wideboy” configuration. This is a truly special piece and I couldn't be happier to offer it in the Watch Shop!
*Some marks or spots on the dial are reflections or dust on the crystal and are due to high intensity strobe lighting used while photographing. They are not actually on the watch or visible in natural lighting.
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