Antiquorum Auctioneers, the 100th anniversary of Rolex’s founding, will hold an auction next month with the theme of ‘the evolution of Rolex sports watches’. The world tour preview started in Hong Kong at the end of the month, and then moved to Beijing, Tokyo and other places. It was held on April 17th at Antigua’s US headquarters in New York.
This auction covers Rolex series including Oyster Oyster, the Submariner, the Cosmograph and the Milgauss. Among them, Rolex watches nicknamed ‘Paul Newman’ and ‘James Bond’ are also on the auction list.
Rolex Submariner Ref. 6538, it is believed that Schoen Connery wore this watch in the first 007 film ‘No. 7 Intelligence Officer Dr. No’.
劳 Rolex Submariner Ref. 6538, nicknamed James Bond, produced in 1954, stainless steel case, waterproof. It is believed that this watch was worn by the actor Schoen Connery in the first episode of the 007 film ‘Dr. No’ in 1962. The estimated auction price is between 1.24 million and 1.86 million yuan.
Another Rolex Cosmograph Daytona Ref. 6239, nicknamed Paul Newman, also talked about the watch fans. The early Cosmograph Daytona features a white (or black) dial with three small black (or white) bezels, a hand-finished movement, and a stainless steel watch. These are the so-called Paul Newman watches. High collection value.
Rolex Paul Newman watch Cosmograph Daytona Ref. 6239
Even if Cosmograph Daytona later introduced subsequent models, watch fans insisted that the numbers 6239 and 6241 were ‘Positive Port’ Paul Newman watches. The reason is related to Paul Newman. One said that Paul Newman wore this watch in the film ‘The Winning’, and some people said that Paul Newman did not wear it in the film, but he wore it when making the poster. , And attracted the attention of Italian watch fans, so it became a hit.