Rolex Day-Date 1803 Yellow Gold

President watch - 18ct. gold case and bracelet - excellent condition

Fixed price offer

The Rolex Day-Date is one of the oldest and most prestigious models of the Swiss watch manufacturer. Introduced in 1956, the Rolex Day-Date was a technical sensation. It was the first wristwatch to show both the date and the day of the week on the dial. The Rolex Day-Date is also called "The President Watch" as it was worn by the US Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy.

Here we offer a fantastic example of the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day-Date 1803 in 18ct yellow gold case from 1967. The elegant silver step dial has a date window at 3 o'clock and the weekday display in Italian at 12 o'clock. Every single lume dot is fully intact and has a tasty creamy color. The yellow gold case is in a honest condition with minimal signs of usage. In our opinion, the case has remained unpolished.

The automatic movement of caliber 1556 looks absolutely untouched. The watch has been checked and runs extremely accurate. The bracelet is another highlight of this offer. It's the super-rare yellow gold Oyster bracelet. Even the original spring bars are included. The Rolex clasp is signed 3/68 (first quarter of 1968).

Hardly any watch looks as elegant on the wrist as the classic Rolex Day-Date. Furthermore, this undisputed watch icon is today considered a stable investment. And this 50-year-old Day-Date is probably one of the best examples on the vintage market.

Serial number: (1967)

Int.Exe.: 10465

Classification by Watchpool Condition System

Vintage (1940 - 1980) - 9 - has rarely been worn - unpolished


Manufacturer: Rolex

Model: Day-Date

Reference: 1803

Functions: date - day of the week - central second - chronometer - screw-down crown - screwed-on caseback

Material: Yellow Gold

Dial: silver

Watch glass: plexiglass

Bracelet: yellow gold

Type of clasp: deployant buckle

Diameter: 36mm

Caliber name: Rolex 1556

Movement type: automatic

Year of Manufacture: 1967


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