Rolex Daytona 6263 Sigma Dial 14K Yellow Gold Case
Most people find 18K yellow gold Daytona’s but not many find the elusive 14K ones. The reason is because Rolex reserved those for the American market while the others in 18K were destined for the rest of the world. The Daytona 6263 is also fitted with a jubilee bracelet made in the USA, which adds to the overall rarity of the watch. The present watch is distinguished by the “Sigma dial”, meaning that it has the Greek sigma letters on either side of the “T SWISS T” signature below the six o’clock register. The sigma letters on the dial indicate that the hour markers are made of gold. This Daytona comes from the widow of the original owner, who loved Rolex watches and viewed this watch as a prize to be worn proudly and sparingly. The watch is remarkable for the beautiful condition and the fact that the bracelet, pushers, and case are developing a beautiful pink color. 14k gold generally has more copper in it, which can cause it to age pink over time. To find a reference 6263 in 14k with a sigma dial and in this condition is extraordinarily difficult.