8 Exceptional Rolex Watches Starring at the Upcoming Phillips Auction
Slated to occur November 7 & 8, The Geneva Watch Auction: Two by Phillips will have an unbelievable assortment of significant watches from the world’s driving watch makes. The Rolex part is particularly noteworthy with a lot of ultra uncommon, conceivably one of a kind and generally critical pieces. The last Geneva watch closeout that Phillips facilitated broke a few deals records, including the most costly Rolex Daytona. Furthermore, the current year’s release will clearly not disappoint.
Various watches that will be at Phillips Auction (Source: Phillips)
Phillips 2015 Expected To See Amazing Watches
Here are a portion of our number one Rolex watches that will be included at the auction.
1. Rolex “Stelline”, Reference 6062, Pink Gold, 1954
Estimate CHF500,000 – 1,000,000
Rolex “Stelline”, Reference 6062 (Source: Phillips)
Named after the Italian word for diva on account of the star hour-markers on the dial, the Rolex “Stelline” is one of just two Rolex models that incorporate both a triple schedule with a moonphase pointer. Pink gold varieties are an uncommon find, as represented by its amazing cost estimate.
2. Rolex ‘La Caravelle’, Reference 6102, Yellow Gold, 1953
Estimate CHF350000 – 700000
Rolex ‘La Caravelle’, Reference 6102 (Source: Phillips)
An dazzling Rolex piece including a cloisonné dial created by the celebrated Stern Frères dial creators of Geneva showing a vivid scene of a carvel cruising the oceans. In practically wonderful condition, this more than 60-year old Rolex actually has its unique lash and yellow gold buckle.
3. Rolex “Padellone”, 8171, Stainless Steel, 1950
Estimate CHF350,000 – 700,000
Rolex “Padellone”, 8171 (Source: Phillips)
Rolex has just at any point created two models that highlight both a triple schedule and moonphases and the 8171 is one of them. The watch was named the “Padellone”, Italian for huge skillet, because of its 38mm size, which during its time was a lot bigger than the standard 35mm wristwatch.
4. Rolex Cosmograph Daytona, “Paul Newman”, 6241, Yellow Gold, 1968
Estimate CHF300,000 – 600,000
Rolex Cosmograph Daytona, “Paul Newman”, 6241 (Source: Phillips)
Retailed by Hermès and sold in 1971, this yellow gold Daytona “Paul Newman” is the lone known model that incorporates a Hermès stamp on the external caseback notwithstanding a Rolex France stamp.
5. Rolex Daytona “Solo Rolex Quick Silver”, 6239, Stainless Steel, 1968
Estimate CHF250,000 – 500,000
Rolex Daytona “Solo Rolex Quick Silver”, 6239 (Source: Phillips)
A model so extraordinary that it was the picked as the cover shot of the incredible reference direct, “Extreme Rolex Daytona” by Pucci Papaleo, this Daytona 6239 houses a dial – conceivably the just one in presence – that has the word ‘ROLEX’ in strong dark veneer remaining without help from anyone else without the mark “Cosmograph”.
6. Rolex Cosmograph Daytona “Paul Newman”, 6239, Stainless Steel, 1969
Estimate CHF200,000 – 400,000
Rolex Cosmograph Daytona “Paul Newman”, 6239 (Source: Phillips)
Retailed by Tiffany & Co. furthermore, including its logo on the “Paul Newman” dial, this Daytona 6239 is one of just four models known to exist with this specific configuration.
7. Rolex Oyster Chronograph Antimagnetic “Barilotto”, 3525, Yellow Gold 1940
Estimate CHF200,000 – 400,000
Rolex Oyster Chronograph Antimagnetic “Barilotto”, 3525 (Source: Phillips)
The “Barilotto” 3525, is an early illustration of a Rolex chronograph furnished with an Oyster case and this specific model in 18k yellow gold shows a particular gunmetal reflected completion due to oxidization.
8. Rolex Submariner, 5513, Stainless Steel, 1972
Estimate CHF150,000 – 250,000
Rolex Submariner, 5513, (Source: Phillips)
This generally huge Submariner 5513 featured close by Sir Roger Moore in the James Bond film, “Live and Let Die”. Marked “Roger Moore 007” inside the caseback, the changed 5513 was broadly furnished with a razor circle, buzz saw, and an attractive field generator to help the superspy save the world and dazzle the ladies.