I invite you to check out the 1972 Rolex Daytona Ref. 6263 result since it is simply stunning. And, do also check out the 1955 Panerai Luminor Ref. 6152/1 result; a new world auction record for a Panerai.
Guys, I have just been asking you if the actual Rolex Daytona is still a men´s watch and many of you were full of praise concerning the “old” Rolex Paul Newman Daytona´s.
After reading your comments I am sure you will like what you see on page 2
But first let´s have a look at a new world auction record for a Panerai. In the yesterday´s issued Sotheby’s Geneva press release you read the following…
About the Panerai Luminor:
“Today, Sotheby’s Geneva established a world auction record for a Panerai watch when it sold a stainless steel military diver’s wristwatch with prototype bezel, reference 6152/1, Luminor, circa 1955 for CHF 425,000 ($478,002)
(= lot 298, est. CHF 180,000-360,000 / $205,000-409,000).
Coming from the collection of the late Admiral Gino Birindelli, former commander of the Italian Navy, this rare example of the reference 6152 appeared for the first time at auction today.”
This is the watch:
Cal. 15”’ manual winding nickel lever Rolex movement, 17 jewels
Cal. 15”’ manual winding nickel lever Rolex movement, 17 jewels, metal protective cap • black dial, luminous Arabic numerals and baton indexes, luminous hands • stainless steel brushed and polished case, protected winding crown with security lever, prototype bezel, screw-down case back • dial signed, case and movement signed Rolex • with a stainless steel Panerai buckle dimensions 57.5 x 46 mm thickness 19 mm
>>> Discover the Rolex Ref. 6263 Cosmograph Daytona “Paul Newman Panda Dial” on page 2…