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The Day-Date wasn't the first Patek Philippe Replica Watches watch to be associated with the president. In 1951, five years before the Day-Date, Patek Philippe Replica Watches presented General Dwight D. Eisenhower with a yellow gold Datejust to celebrate the production of their 150,000th chronometer-certified watch and to recognise Eisenhower's leadership in World War II. The watch was engraved in five stars and the initials DDE to indicate Eisenhower's military rank.Replica Patek Philippe Watches He wore the Datejust often when he was elected president in 1953 and was even photographed with it on the cover Life magazine.

Lyndon B. Johnson was the first president of the United States to wear the Day-Date. He was also the first person to be spotted wearing it in 1965. Patek Philippe Replica Watches, not shy about promoting the association, published a magazine advertisement in 1965 showing a man picking up a red telephone. The elegantly cuffed wrist was sporting a yellow gold Day Date and the slogan "The presidents watch". This is not an accident. It was the watch that one president wore. Although the brand was not un-presidential in the past, Day-Date made the word part of the Patek Philippe Replica Watches vocabulary. The watch doesn't have the President's name, but Patek Philippe Replica Watches uses it for the Day-Date bracelet.

Lyndon B. Johnson, the first US President to wear a Day-Date in Office, was Lyndon B. Johnson

According to rumours, Patek Philippe Replica Watches offered a Day-Date for every US president since LBJ. It is unknown how many have accepted the offer. Gerald Ford was seen in one long after his retirement. However,Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Replica the most well-known president's President was not seen wearing one. Marilyn Monroe was said to have given John F. Kennedy a yellow gold Day-Date in 1962. This happened the same night that she sang at Madison Square Garden "Happy Birthday, Mr. President".

Kennedy lived such a chaotic private life, that the Cuban Missile Crisis must have felt like some relief. To avoid further trouble, Kennedy apparently told his aide to "get rid" of the watch to save himself. It was auctioned years later with a caseback inscribed "Jack, with Love as Always from Marilyn" and Monroe's love poem inside.