Rolex 6265 Oyster Cosmograph Sigma dial is super mint condition!!!

Model: ,
Year of issue: 1977
Reference number: 6265
Condition: mint
Status: available
Dealer country: Netherlands
Price in EUR € 80.000

Description

first owner untouched Rolex 6265 sigma dial ( best one I have ever seen!!!) It is from 1977 and sold in 1980 for F1.745,- gulden (is  around € 780,-)  by Schaap &Citroen jeweler in the Netherlands. This watch has sitting in a draw for the last 30 years, because the feder was broken. It  is in super mint unpolished condition Movement has been service, and all seals are replaced  by my watchmaker It was open for the first time in 43 years, it was never touched before. 1977 is late for a sigma dial  but this dial is different then the normal sigma dial . the serial is correct for a Red Daytona sigma dial serial 52XXXX. This dial has the same characteristic’s as a big red (sigma) dial. Same fond and same finishing of the sub dial. Sub dials of a normale sigma dial have a matt (grene) dark grey finish Finishing of a Big red (sigma) dial have a more glossy finish. And the color is almost dark blue ore even purple if you take it in the sun Exact the same as this watch So this dial is a big red sigma dial with out the big red Daytona text on it Very rare !!   import taxes & import cost are the expense of the Buyer. NOTE: All our watches are bank stored and can be visited with 1 to 2 days processing time

Dealer

Cosimo Watches

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.