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Rolex Day-Date ref. 1803 DiamondRolex Day-Date ref. 1803 Diamond

Rolex Day-Date Ref. 1803 Arabic

Rolex 1803 diamond-set dial, Arabic day-disc.

Take a look at this Rolex Day-Date, the president of Rolex watches in a very cool execution. The Day-Date is undisputedly one of the most luxurious watch models of all time. The flagship model has been around since 1956 and it has gained a respected reputation during its existence. It was only built with precious metals, and if that wouldn’t get you over the line, a diamond set dial probably would.

This Day-Date is equipped with such a dial, diamonds as hour markers, and baguette’s on the 6 and 9 markers. The first owner was probably not a dutchman since the day-disc is in Arabic. Whether you can read this language or not, it makes the watch even more special and in a way exotic when you look at it. There are only very few Arabic day-discs in 1803 day-dates. You probably will have guessed this by now, but with today’s Rolex market a watch becomes more desirable when it has more rare features than others.
If these features of this 1803 are something you like, wait until you see the condition. The case is in superb condition, the original bracelet with concealed clasp has almost no stretch and very tight end-links. The sigma dial is spotless, with perfect tritium, and matching hands. First come, first serve!

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Rolex 1803 diamond set dial, Arabic day-disc.
Take a look at this Rolex Day-Date, the president of Rolex watches in a very cool execution. The Day-Date is undisputedly one of the most luxurious watch models of all time. The flagship model has been around since 1956 and it has gained a respected reputation during its existence. It was only built with precious metals, and if that wouldn’t get you over the line, a diamond set dial probably would.
This Day-Date is equipped with such a dial, diamonds as hour markers, and baguette’s on the 6 and 9 markers. The first owner was probably not a dutchman since the day-disc is in Arabic. Whether you can read this language or not, it makes the watch even more special and in a way exotic when you look at it. There are only very few Arabic day-discs in 1803 day-dates. You probably will have guessed this by now, but with today’s Rolex market a watch becomes more desirable when it has more rare features than others.
If these features of this 1803 are something you like, wait until you see the condition. The case is in superb condition, the original bracelet with concealed clasp has almost no stretch and very tight end-links. The sigma dial is spotless, perfect tritium and matching hands. First come, first serve!

Brand

Rolex

Year of production (circa)

1977