1971 Rolex Day-Date 1803 White 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 1971 timepiece is atypical in that it shows the days in German. The dial is a beautiful white dial with black printing and double indexes at 6 and 9. It features the rare doorstop indexes, miking it more collectable. The so-called “cigarette” hands look great with these indexes. Thanks to the white gold case and the fluted bezel, the cohesion of this watch is perfect, simple and chic.
Case materielWhite gold 18Kt
The watch is in overall excellent condition. Dial and hands are very clean, the case is in very good condition. The movement has been serviced, as usual, and the watch comes with our one-year mechanical guarantee.