From the early 1960s to the 1980s, the Rolex Daytona was produced with a four-digit reference number after being produced in small quantities. Later, due to increased demand, Rolex produced a second series with a six-digit reference number. Although the Daytona has been produced in two separate series, the four-digit series is much rarer. The rarest of all has a Paul Newman dial, which is distinguished by block markers rather than lines as well as a number of other subtle details.
To buy one in the first series is very difficult as they are highly prized by collectors. They regularly fetch a healthy price at auction and finding a Rolex Daytona used for sale is as rare as they are. An ideal place to search without the competition and risk of auction, however, is JamesEdition.
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