On July 11, 2020, Sotheby’s held a vital watch auction in Hong Kong. A rare Rolex Daytona numbered 16516 was finally sold for US$3.27 million (approximately RMB 22.87 million, including commission). The watch was estimated to be HK$4 million to HK$8 million before the auction. Exact swiss replica watches.
Sotheby’s said the watch was “historically significant and possibly unique.”
This watch was produced around 1999, the end of the line for Rolex Daytona watches using the Zenith El Primero automatic movement. Rolex began using Zenith movements 1988 and launched its involuntary chronograph movements in 2000. Franck muller replica.
Sotheby’s calls it “the only known platinum Daytona watch with a lapis lazuli dial.” Case number A171132 is equipped with a screw-in case back and a built-in Cal.4030 automatic movement with 31 jewels.
Band Length: 19cm
Case Color: Silver-tone
Band Width: 20mm