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Richard Mille
Olympic-Worn Yohan Blake Tourbillon RM38 Prototype

Pre-owned () | Year of production 2012 | Original box | Original papers
Fixed price $1,750,000
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Listing code ELW9N2
Brand Richard Mille
Reference number RM038
Dealer product code 43047472988399
Movement Manual winding
Bracelet material Textile
Year of production 2012
Condition (Worn with little to no signs of wear)
Scope of delivery
Original box, original papers
Location United States of America, California, Beverly Hills


Movement Manual winding


Case diameter 39 mm


Bracelet material Textile






Brand: Richard Mille
Reference: RM038
Year: 2012
Material: Magnesium WE 54 Alloy
Dial Color: Skeleton
Dimensions: 39 mm
Watch Movement: Manual-Wind
Bracelet/Strap: Nylon Velcro Strap
Box/Paper: Original Box and Warranty
Condition: Excellent Overall Condition, Light Signs of Olympic Wear
SKU: 174187
Part high horology and part sports history, the Olympic-worn Richard Mille RM038 Prototype packs some serious punch for serious collectors. This prototype watch made its debut in the 2012 Olympics on the wrist of Jamaican sprinter Yohan Blake, who won silver medals in the 100m and 200m sprints and a gold medal alongside Usain Bolt as part of Jamaicas 4x100m relay team at the London games. With a white Magnesium WE 54 Alloy case and weighing less than 44 grams, the lightweight Tourbillon did little to slow down Blake, who wore the timepiece during those medal-winning runs at his sports highest level. The watchs yellow, black and green pays homage to the Jamaican flag. After garnering headlines at the Olympics, this watch made news again in 2013 when it sold at the Only Watch auction to raise money for research into Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. This watch, the exact watch worn in the Olympics and then sold for charity, was reviewed by Richard Milles service center in August of 2021 and is available now with the original Olympic worn strap, new yellow strap, original box and warranty.

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