- Audemars Piguet4
- F.P. Journe1
- Girard Perregaux2
- Grand Seiko1
- Jacques Monnat1
- Jaeger Le Coultre3
- Patek Philippe11
- Record Genéve1
- Universal Genève4
- Vacheron Constantin2
Introduced in 1959 and kept in catalogues for 21 years, until 1980, the reference 1675 was the longest produced GMT in the history of Rolex, bridging the gap between old 6542 and the more modern five-digits models. Made iconic by the "Pepsi" red and blue bezel, it was produced with a wide variety of dials replacing each other over the years.
The present watch, firmly placed in 1979 by its 5.7 million serial number, is correctly fitted with a matte "Mark 4" dial, with a clear, easily readable and well balanced layout - possibly the most contemporary of the whole 1675 production. Furthermore, this example has perfectly preserved prints, with no signs of fading and a light, even and pleasant patina to the lume plots and the tritium in the hands.
The watch is a time capsule example delivering the very best of vintage Rolex production. It is a great occasion to own and enjoy a virtually untouched GMT Master 1675, one of Rolex's most loved models ever.
Case: 40mm stainless steel (n° 57x.xxx)
Movement: Automatic, cal. 1575, 26 jewels
Documents: The Watch Boutique Warranty Certificate
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