1970 Rolex Day-Date 1803 Yellow Gold doorstop dial
When it was created in 1956, the Day-Date was the first automatic, water-resistant, chronometric wristwatch to feature a modern calendar that instantly displays the day in letters and the date in openings on the dial.
This 1970 timepiece has a beautiful gold dial with black printing and doorstop indexes at 6 and 9, making it more collectable. The so-called “cigarette” hands look great with these indexes. Thanks to the yellow gold case and the fluted bezel, the cohesion of this watch is perfect, simple and chic.