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Rolex, Day-Date, "Tapestry Dial", ca 1991.

140 000 - 160 000 SEK
12 700 - 14 500 EUR
13 300 - 15 200 USD
Hammer price
150 000 SEK
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Rolex, Day-Date, "Tapestry Dial", ca 1991.

Case size: 36 mm
Material: 18K gold
Movement: automatic, caliber 3155
Year: circa 1991
Crystal: sapphire crystal
Bracelet: President bracelet in 18K gold, folding clasp, ref. 8385-P6/55 B
Reference number: 18238
Serial number: E'446'769
Movement number: 5'704'012
Case number: 18000
Accompanied by: certificate, box

Wear due to age and use. Scratches.

The movement is running at the time of cataloguing, Bukowskis does not guarantee the future function of the movement. Please note that the movement has not been tested for timekeeping accuracy and may need a service at the buyer's expense. Watches have been opened to examine movements therefore no warranties are made that the watches are water-resistant. Potential buyers should inspect each watch to satisfy themselves as to condition. For more information, please read our Conditions of Purchase.

More information

The Day-Date model by Rolex has been regarded as the epitome of luxurious time-keeping since its inception in 1956. Initially launched as a niche model, it was exclusively manufactured in precious metals like yellow, white, and rose gold or platinum. Its price tag was significantly higher than any other Rolex model, making it a symbol of opulence. However, due to its immense popularity among distinguished individuals, including presidents, it eventually became the flagship model of Rolex. The Day-Date has been associated with a wide variety of prominent figures, ranging from world leaders, athletes and celebrities. Despite their differences, they all share one common trait - success in their respective fields. As a result, the Day-Date model continues to be synonymous with luxury, prestige, style, and success. While the most modern models may differ, the classic Day-Date watch remains a modest 36 mm in size.

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