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Rolex Day-Date Ref. 1811 Wideboy

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Straight Facts

The Rolex Day-Date is one of the most historically important watches ever to be produced. From its striking design to its place on the wrist of pop culture royalty, it has solidified itself as the watch to wear. This gorgeous and rare example produced in 1967 is one of the most interesting I have seen in a long time. It features a wonderful Wideboy a dial with its original matching Wideboy hands. Not to mention that it is by far the rarest four digit Day-Date reference, the 1811 which is trademarked by the Florentine finish of the bezel and the addition of a matching Florentine or bark finish bracelet. The case is razor sharp unpolished and the hidden clasp bracelet is in great shape. 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.

Yellow Gold 1967 Automatic Dress

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