Here's Your Chance to Own Two of the World's Rarest Rolexes
Two of the world’s rarest watch models could be yours come this October.
A vintage Rolex GMT-Master 1675 Blueberry and a Paul Newman Rolex Daytona 6240, both in mint condition, will be going under the hammer at Finale Auction’s inaugural watch and jewelry sale.
The Paul Newman Reference 6240 in question was made in
Alongside the exceptionally rare watch is the Blueberry. Fitted with an all-blue bezel, the Blueberry was manufactured primarily for the Eastern market during the ‘70s, and as such, only a few hundred were made. What collectors really love about the blue bezel is its striking contrast against the 1675’s red hand.
One of the factors that
The auction also includes other exceptional Rolex models, including two Tropical Gilt models, classic 5512 and 5513 Submariners, and the Daytona in a pristine Zenith A series, a two-tone reference, and a yellow gold example with a leather strap.
Aside from Rolex, Finale Auctions will also present several Patek Philippe models including the
There will also be timepieces by H. Moser & Cie, Audemars Piguet, A. Lange & Söhne, Vacheron Constantin, Piaget, IWC, Jaeger Le-Coultre, Panerai, Hublot, Breguet, Cartier, Chopard, Omega, and Grand Seiko to look forward to.
The sale will have necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings under jewelry, from colorless to fancy colored. One of the highlights is a 3.6-carat emerald cut diamond ring in platinum signed by Cartier.
Finale Auctions’ inaugural watch and jewelry sale will be held on Sunday, October 14,