1974 Vintage Rolex 6263 Cosmograph So Called ‘Very Flat’ Dial

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Year of issue: 1974
Reference number: 6263
Condition: worn
Status: available
Dealer country: France
Price in EUR € 75.000

Description

1974 Vintage Rolex 6263 Cosmograph So Called 'Very Flat' Dial

year 1974

serial 3,71xxxx

dial Original silver dial in excellent condition made for a very short period, Dial is totally Flat ,there is some very very light surface mark on the minutes subdial which can only be seen at an extreme angle, original hands match perfectly.

movement Rolex 727

case original case has been detailed in the past. the lugs remain even and thick. the bezel is in overall very good condition with some average wear. the pushers, crown and glass are original.

bracelet Comes on a later Rolex oyster band ref 78350 with 571 endlinks, 12 links, almost no stretch.

accessories Comes with an original Rolex inner and outer box.

comments An absolutely stunning and collectible daytona. They have become very rare to find, a great addition to any collection. This Fantastic and rare Cosmograph is in super conditions with one of the rarest dial variations known, the “Very Flat” dial, the three subdials don’t have the typical concentric circles and there is basically no “step” between them and the rest of the dial’s surface. A similar example is published on Pucci Papaleo’s “Ultimate Rolex Daytona” book, pages 476-479.

Dealer

Jerome Fellous

DAYTONA BEACH 1960

Birth of a Horological Icon Timepiece  The myth around the iconic Rolex Daytona has spread around the world recent years. Always has the Daytona model been attached to motor racing, at first Rolex called their new Cosmograph the “Le Mans” and little later to “Daytona” when Rolex started to sponsor the well known U.S. speedway.
Cosmograph: a name that was to be the forerunner of great fortune. Actually, the choice of the name proved to be neither easy nor expected. Whilst Rolex on the one hand flirted with the car-racing world, on the other hand it could not remain unaware of the vast media attention, which at that time was surrounding the conquest of outer space.