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What are the most expensive Rolex watches in the world?
When people hear the word “Rolex,”
they immediately think of grand luxury and assume that the wearer must be
incredibly wealthy. Because of this, it’s interesting to know that no Rolex
appears on the list of the world’s most expensive watches. But because it’s
Rolex, and Rolex deserves a spot in the most expensive, we have dug up the
world’s most expensive Rolex watch for you.
There have long since been rumors swirling around
that a Rolex was sold at Selfridges in London for a whopping 8 million pounds,
which translates into $15 million USD. But these rumors have never been verified
as being true. So, we turn to the next, confirmed case of the most expensive
Rolex in the world. This one stems from the UK as well and was sold at an event
held by Sotheby’s in June 2003. This “Paul Newman” Rolex Oyster Cosmograph
“Daytona” was just in fact a prototype when it was sold at auction. This
particular watch has a red face with black sub-dials located at strategic
positions. And although it wasn’t sold until 2003, the watch was actually
created in 1979, which no doubt added to its value.
The “Paul Newman” Rolex Oyster Cosmograph “Daytona”
may not have reached the massive price tag of 8 million pounds that the rumored
most expensive Rolex did, but it did quite well for itself. It was sold for
210,000 pounds, which is about $350,000 USD.
The Paul Newman Cosmograph Daytona