In the latter half of the 1940s Rolex created their first anti-magnetic triple calendar chronograph wristwatch, also known as the “Dato Compax”.
Reference 4768 was produced in stainless steel, yellow gold, pink gold, steel and yellow gold and steel and pink gold. According to scholarship, after the launch in 1947, only 220 examples were made in total. The current watch from 1948 is encased in stainless steel accented with a yellow gold bezel, crown, and date hand. Housed inside is the most reliable Valjoux 72C movement, which is fitted in some of today’s most desirable models ever created by the firm.