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Lot 206: A rare fourteen karat gold "Paul Newman" chronograph bracelet watch, Rolex, cosmograph daytona circa 1969
07 November 2016
Philadelphia, PA, USALive Auction
A rare fourteen karat gold "Paul Newman" chronograph bracelet watch, Rolex
cosmograph daytona circa 1969
17 jewel movement calibre 722-1, adj. to 3 positions, ref. 6241, serial no. 208 310 (both numbers partially obscured and incomplete), case no. 6241, exotic dial with chronograph registers for seconds, minutes and hours and tachometer bezel completed by a Jubilee bracelet with foldover clasp.
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reference # 6241
serial # 2081310 partially obliterated number
repaired 8 x's
last repaired in 2007 and/or 2014
black enamel on outer bezel worn and scratched.
crystal needs polishing
original owner for entire time
obliterated date on back of case,
'Till the end of time, June xxx (?) 19xx(?) Love Norma'
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