Rolex The steel Daytona ref. 6265 retailed by Tiffany

Year of issue: 1973
Reference number: 6265
Condition: mint
Status: available
Dealer country: Monaco
Price in EUR € On request


Extremely rare steel Rolex Daytona ref. 6265, manufactured in 1973. The combination of the silvered dial with black subsidiary registers creates an eye-catching contrast with the steel case. The prestigious “Tiffany & Co.” retailer signature printed in black, enhances the rarity and appeal of this amazing specimen making it a trophy piece for important vintage watches collectors. Reference 6265 was introduced to the market in 1969 and ceased production in 1987. This new water resistant model featured screw down pushers and the 'Oyster' designation on the dial. Case n.: 3.464xxx Calibre: Manual, 727 Diameter: 37mm Box & Papers: None Manufactured in: 1973


Corrado Mattarelli


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.