A similar watch appeared soon later at #Christies on the 2013 #RolexDaytonaLessonOne auction. Christies then had described the BIGBlueDaytonaDials were LOOSE Dial samples used for marketing test but were never released. The Dials were then GIVEN as gifts to friends and suppliers close to Rolex and senior excutives. And the Dials found its ways onto Daytona watches.
The fcuking irony was, even in that auction, LOT149 was implied as having a Dial that was NEVER mounted onto Ref16528 watches from Rolex originally, so the LOOSE BigBlueDial was NOT born on that watch originally.
The world has gone fucking crazy and bonkers, from one fcuking FalseStoryTeller..that proves ONE thing. 🐃💩 story made up watches sell for big MONEY.
Now, the same auctioneer picked the same fcuking FalseStoryTeller and publisher of the UltimateRolexDaytona book containing fake and madeup watches, as the Curator of their watches featured in the coming #DaytonaUltimatum auction in May 2018.
@foodloverus DO read the fcuking fact. The BigBlueDaytonaDials were LOOSE Dials, never mounted by Rolex, and NOT originally born with Ref16528 watches.
Next time anyone sees these #PicassoWannabe hand painted graphics on their #Rolex#Tudor chronograph watches, one is entitled to demand and claim the DOUBLE refund from the fcuking seller. These PicassoWannabe hand painted Bakelite bezels from #Italy..are fcuking MK. FAKE! @oredelmondo Care to comment?😁😁😁