Top 8 Rarest Rolex Watches Ever Made
Rolex Space Dweller Reference 1016: a slightly modified version of Rolex Explorer reference 1016. The design and other specifications were identical to regular Explorer only.
The Rolex Albino Daytona, Reference 6263: comes with stainless steel case and bracelet. It is powered by manually wound caliber 727.
Rolex Split-Seconds Chronograph Reference 4113: Split-Seconds Chronograph is considered the holy grail of Rolex watches. The watch was produced in 1942 but was never offered for sale.
The Rolex Zerographe, Reference 3346: No official records have been found on the origin and history of this exclusive watch. Researchers believe no more than 12 copies of this exclusive watch.
Indian Republic Day Gold Rolex Oyster: was made to celebrate the first Republic Day of India after its independence from the British.
Rolex Bao Dai, Reference 6062: It also held the record of the most expensive Rolex watch for a few years. This watch was specially made for the 13th and last emperor of Vietnam.
The Rolex Day-Date Khanjar Watch with Green Dial, Reference 18078: Qaboos bin Said, Sultan of Oman, was a connoisseur of luxury watches and had a great collection of rare timepieces.
The Rolex Datejust, Reference 6605: to celebrate the company’s 40th anniversary. Over the year, Rolex brought out several Datejust models, and they never went out of the Rolex catalog.