Rolex enjoys an unrivalled reputation throughout the world for quality and precision in luxury watchmaking.
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An exceptional take on the Daytona, customised by F1 veteran Rubens Barichello.
Highlights include a 1950's Rolex Stelline Triple Calendar and a 19th century pocket watch once owned by Patek Philippe co-founder Antoni Patek.
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A sparkling gold and diamond version of the Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona.
A gold Speedmaster for a golden anniversary.
The tropical dial colour scheme emulates the highly sought patina of the original model from the 70's.
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A limited edition of 50 modified Daytona's created for former F1 driver Juan Pablo Montoya.
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