The Lady-Date is named after its signature feature, the automatically changing date display. Rolex was the first watchmaking company to offer this innovative feature and includes it in nearly every watch they produce. On the heels of the immense success of the original Datejust watch, Rolex released the ladies variation, which focused on feminine proportions as well as maintaining the classic style of the model in the form of a jump date on the dial and a durable exterior. Two-tone variations, such as the used Rolex 6917 that we have listed here today, are a widely sought-after option for collectors that seek a mid-level gold Rolex dress watch.
|Serial/Year:||7,0XX,XXX – 1981 – 1982|
|Case:||Stainless steel w/ 14k yellow gold fluted bezel (24mm)|
|Dial:||Champagne Index w/ Tritium hands and lume plots|
|Bracelet:||Stainless steel and 14k yellow gold Jubilee w/ Fliplock clasp|