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Michael Clerizo of the Wall Street Journal was the first to come forward. He wrote a great, detailed article about the Heuer watches that Steve McQueen owned and which were used in Le Mans. We were all very impressed.

His outstanding historical knowledge of timepieces across all types of watches, his impeccable credibility and his long-standing personal relationship with Clerizo, not to mention Wall Street Journal's global reach, made him a compelling choice.

Michael Clerizo, Wall Street Journal Article.

2. What was the importance of spreading the story of the discovery rather than the specifics of the watch to the public?

This was crucial! We were all moved by the story of how the watch ended up in James Cox’s hands. The Rolex Replica Watches Daytona watch is legendary in and of itself. But the story behind how it was gifted to James Cox, who happened to be the boyfriend of Nell Newman and his daughter,Rolex Replica Watches as well as his generosity and the fact that part of the proceeds would go to Nell Newman Foundation, a charity founded by his daughter, makes it a story just as beautiful and legendary as the Rolex Replica Watches Daytona. This is a story worth telling in its entirety.

Rolex Replica Watches with his daughter Nell

3. Take a look back at the introduction of Rolex Daytona in 1963. The "exotic dial" was introduced later. What was the success of these watches from their inception and why, according to you?

Our research and scholarship indicate that the "exotic" dial (now known as "Rolex Replica Watches's dial") first appeared in ref. 6239 Cosmograph Daytonas in late 1966. Daytonas were not popular at the time, or even until the mid-1980s. It was actually one of only a few Rolex watches that were offered at a significant discount by dealers due to their difficulty in selling them.

Three years after Daytona's launch, the multi-colored exotic dials were offered as an optional option to clients. This was likely done to encourage sales. Rolex's production numbers are low because they were not chosen very often.

Daytona's poor sales can be attributed to several replica watches In the 1960s, consumers favored smaller dress watches. Chronographs and other tool watches were aimed at a niche market, with buyers choosing them for their functionality. From the late 1960s until the early 1980s the Daytona struggled with competing against other sport chronographs. Competing brands offered self-winding movements, which were more practical to wear on a daily basis, as opposed to the Daytona’s manual winding.